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post #41 of 42 (permalink) Old 01-21-2011, 11:30 AM
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I think botom line, Lesnar just needs a new camp. I am a huge fan of his and will try to remain that way, but if I keep seeing him go out with the same game-plan and making the same mistakes over and over against good strikers (running from punches and going into the fetal position) I don't know if I can continue lol.

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post #42 of 42 (permalink) Old 01-21-2011, 01:17 PM
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I really think some people need to believe Lesnar won't be champion again. Lesnar's wins haven't been pretty for the most part but he's stepped onto the biggest MMA stage and has held his own. He was the first man to endure Carwin and put him away, as well as having finished both Randy and Mir.

I know a vast majority of this forum believe Cain to be the second coming of Jesus Christ but the reality is that Cain's accomplishments in the UFC aren't that impressive either. Cain is just now getting to the point of fighting the best of weak heavyweight division. In his fight with Lesnar they were both exchanging on the feet and holding their own on the ground. Until Lesnar got clipped on the shot the fight was really back-and-forth.

I still think the sky is the limit for Lesnar if he would ever most past his personal training camp and get to someone like Greg Jackson. It might take a little luck for Lesnar to get that belt back but it definitely isn't outside the realm of possibility. If he puts the work in he has as much of a chance as anyone in the heavyweight division.

When heavyweights collide I don't think anyone can make predictions that include 'always' or 'never'.
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