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post #31 of 36 (permalink) Old 10-24-2009, 02:10 AM
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I agree that Yoshida has the ground game to beat Johnson but I dont think he has the complete game to get him to the ground. Johnsons wrestling/size/strength will cancel out Yoshida's defense and it will be a stand up fight, one that Yoshida will lose horrifically.
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I was not surprised to see him miss weight.

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well you see big johnson has a tendacy to blow his load prematurely sometimes and seems and soften up a bit as minutes go by. He always starts out hard, pumping like a machine, but the question will be if he will be able to keep it up. He might want to try some techniques i use, such as thinking about something else other than the matter at hand, switching positions, or even stalling to get a quick break in, all useful in my opinion and have worked well in the past.
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well you see big johnson has a tendacy to blow his load prematurely sometimes and seems and soften up a bit as minutes go by. He always starts out hard, pumping like a machine, but the question will be if he will be able to keep it up. He might want to try some techniques i use, such as thinking about something else other than the matter at hand, switching positions, or even stalling to get a quick break in, all useful in my opinion and have worked well in the past.
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I was not surprised to see him miss weight.
It's a bit off imo, if a fighter can't make the weight he should forfeit the fight, otherwise why shouldn't everyone just come in 6lbs over

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well you see big johnson has a tendacy to blow his load prematurely sometimes and seems and soften up a bit as minutes go by. He always starts out hard, pumping like a machine, but the question will be if he will be able to keep it up. He might want to try some techniques i use, such as thinking about something else other than the matter at hand, switching positions, or even stalling to get a quick break in, all useful in my opinion and have worked well in the past.
LOL, great post.


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