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post #11 of 1020 (permalink) Old 07-02-2007, 09:36 AM
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Got to go with LHW, there are so many great fighters in the division and with the big names from pride coming over its only going to get better and better, can't wait to see Henderson vs Jackson at 75
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post #12 of 1020 (permalink) Old 07-02-2007, 09:43 AM
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I like the light heavyweights the best. They're like the lightweights, only big.
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Not really. They gas more often, and the pace is slower.
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LHW. There is some real depth in the LHW division and there is a lot of possible match-up's.
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LHW, so many great fights over the years.
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LHW's They are basically HW power with MW speed and they are the most exicting divison by far IMO i will say that the LW are a lot of fun but they don't have top names yet and they are really lacking finishing skills they have exicting fights but I would like to see the top guys finish each other more often so we don't have contervesy like Guida vs Griffen
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post #18 of 1020 (permalink) Old 07-02-2007, 12:19 PM
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I don't need big names for great fights. I really like 3 round wars the lightweights have. It's just an insane speed for 15 mins and they can sustain it like no other division.
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I don't need big names for great fights. I really like 3 round wars the lightweights have. It's just an insane speed for 15 mins and they can sustain it like no other division.
but they seldomly finish those great fights with either KO's or Subs Huerta vs Garcia was a decison, Griffen vs Guida was a decison, Shrek vs Florian was a decison, Fisher vs Stout was a decison. They don't have the flash KO power in the LW divison.

The speed though is exicting to watch Some Fighters in other divisons go hard for three rounds but every fighter in the LW seems to go full out for 15 minutes and that makes for exictment
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post #20 of 1020 (permalink) Old 07-02-2007, 01:06 PM
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but they seldomly finish those great fights with either KO's or Subs Huerta vs Garcia was a decison, Griffen vs Guida was a decison, Shrek vs Florian was a decison, Fisher vs Stout was a decison. They don't have the flash KO power in the LW divison.
I guess that's where we differ somewhat. I love a good KO as much as the next guy, but its not a prerequisit for a great fight in my book. Great fights are great fights regardless of the outcome.

I'd take any of the above fights over a first round KO anyday.
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