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post #21 of 104 (permalink) Old 01-28-2011, 06:59 AM
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Pressure and no respect.
I suspect Silvas gameplan is exactly the same.

Bring it on! I cant wait.
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The guy is an idiot.

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To begin with, I don’t understand why these thing that the physiology calls “mutt complex” – what comes from outside is always better. Brazilians are the best fighters on the world, we are more talented, and we’re pretty good. If you look at UFC’s champions, you’ll see that most of them are Brazilians and that’s a pity Brazilian people see it that way. Werdum went fighting with Fedor and the Brazilians said Fedor would win. I’ve never seen such thing, it’s crazy. I fight Judo since I’m 5, I have a genetic baggage, since my father was a Judo fighter, he was on the Brazilian team, so I conquered many Judo titles. I’m a black belt, I’ve beaten great heavy weight in Brazil... From Judo I started training Wrestling, spent five months in Bulgaria, one of the great places of the modality… I’ve beaten Bulgarians, Turkeys; I’ve earned a Olympic vacancy for Beijing. I was supposed to go there, but I didn’t because of some mistakes of the organization. I’ve fought with Cubans, many guys… Sometimes the guys don’t really know what they’re saying.



Here, I’ve trained with high level athletes of the American Wrestling, like Randy Couture, I’ve had great trainings with them and they all love my training. It’s funny because the Americans come here and ask for help and the Brazilians claim the Americans are the bests (laughs). That’s all I have to say about it. I’m sad Brazilian people think that way. They should be happy to see a Brazilian fighting on a modality that, indeed, I agree it’s weird, but there are great talents. If you look at the Brazilian team, you can find guys really tough, and I’m sure they could beat any guys. I, thanks God, am here helping not only Vitor, but few Americans. It’s a shame that Brazilians think that way.
First of all. Americans are known for being one of the best countries when it comes to wrestling. Only other one that i think is as good at wrestling is Russia. So this guy saying that he doesnt know why people think that Americans are superior wrestlers is just plain stupid. Then he goes and says that Brazilians are basically the best at everything. And then he brags about Americans trying to hire him as a wrestling coach.

What a douche. I dont even know him but i dislike him.

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^^ Exactly.

Belfort can win by doing the same thing differently.

Chael hit Silva. A lot. Because he was more concerened with take downs.

Vitor will take him down for the same reason. His GnP is a lot harder than chaels.

Silva needs a minute or two to find his rhythm and his opponents. If he's not careful he'll be rocked, on his back and getting pounded before then.

Pressure and no respect.
That is essentially a suicide mission. Everyone has known that you can't let him setup his strikes for a long time; Chael didn't expose anything. Most guys don't go for that strategy because you have about a 90% chance of being destroyed and finished. I agree with it however because if you don't bring constant pressure you have a 100% chance of being humiliated for 5 rounds. Man up and go out on your shield if you are a real fighter because you can't beat him without taking huge risks.

I really don't want Vitor to win. If someone beats Andy I want it to be a young rising star who is the future of the division not some guy who will probably lose in his first title defense and is getting old.
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That is essentially a suicide mission. Everyone has known that you can't let him setup his strikes for a long time; Chael didn't expose anything. Most guys don't go for that strategy because you have about a 90% chance of being destroyed and finished. I agree with it however because if you don't bring constant pressure you have a 100% chance of being humiliated for 5 rounds. Man up and go out on your shield if you are a real fighter because you can't beat him without taking huge risks.

I really don't want Vitor to win. If someone beats Andy I want it to be a young rising star who is the future of the division not some guy who will probably lose in his first title defense and is getting old.
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^^ Exactly.

Belfort can win by doing the same thing differently.

Chael hit Silva. A lot. Because he was more concerened with take downs.

Vitor will take him down for the same reason. His GnP is a lot harder than chaels.

Silva needs a minute or two to find his rhythm and his opponents. If he's not careful he'll be rocked, on his back and getting pounded before then.

Pressure and no respect.
I think Vitor should fight the same fight he fought against Franklin honestly. Not rush into the fight, because that's what Silva likes his opponents to do.

He is a perfect at catching the other fighter coming for him. He is an excellent counter-striker.

He won't pull the same s**t he did against Maia, that's for sure, because Maia's striking is cr*p compared to SIlva's, not matter how much he improved it.

Against Chael he was to concerned about the takedowns, that's the reason why he was reluctant and attacking. I think he tried to impose the pace more and attack in the 4th round, but evenutally he got taked down again.

I believe the outcome of the fight will depend on one thing: who lands the first good punch.

I see Belfort beeing more cautious though and not wanting to rush like a mad man, because he knows what Silva is capable of.
Plus, this is his big chance. He's been through a lot and has waited too long for this chance.

I am pulling for Belfort, even though i see most people don't give him any chance.
And i think Vitor will get the belt!

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I think Vitor should fight the same fight he fought against Franklin honestly. Not rush into the fight, because that's what Silva likes his opponents to do.

He is a perfect at catching the other fighter coming for him. He is an excellent counter-striker.

He won't pull the same s**t he did against Maia, that's for sure, because Maia's striking is cr*p compared to SIlva's, not matter how much he improved it.

Against Chael he was to concerned about the takedowns, that's the reason why he was reluctant and attacking. I think he tried to impose the pace more and attack in the 4th round, but evenutally he got taked down again.

I believe the outcome of the fight will depend on one thing: who lands the first good punch.

I see Belfort beeing more cautious though and not wanting to rush like a mad man, because he knows what Silva is capable of.
Plus, this is his big chance. He's been through a lot and has waited too long for this chance.

I am pulling for Belfort, even though i see most people don't give him any chance.
And i think Vitor will get the belt!
If he goes in with the same gameplan he had Franklin, he's getting destroyed. Anderson is far too elusive to run into one of Vitor's huge shots.
If the Liddell fight proved anything, it's that Vitor can stun someone, get over confident and then, get tagged. I fond it unlikely that he'll tag Anderson, I find it unlikely he'll be able to take him down, the only thing I believe is likely is Anderson turning Vitor's lights off and walking home with that belt.

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If he goes in with the same gameplan he had Franklin, he's getting destroyed. Anderson is far too elusive to run into one of Vitor's huge shots.
If the Liddell fight proved anything, it's that Vitor can stun someone, get over confident and then, get tagged. I fond it unlikely that he'll tag Anderson, I find it unlikely he'll be able to take him down, the only thing I believe is likely is Anderson turning Vitor's lights off and walking home with that belt.
I seee.
So you are tying to make a point and your argument is a fight that Vitor Belfort fought 9 years ago?!

Seriously?!!

Ok, in that case:
You know Anderson bit the sh*t out of one guy for 15 minutes, like a punching bag, making his face look like mashed potatoes?!
An then he got subbed in 2 seconds?! *By a Kyokushin Kaikan fighter*.

I'll let you find out what i am talking about!

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Vitor aint gonig to shit, i don't know if he is going to have a game plan if he does i would be shock. Vitor is gonig to bang with silva and is praying to god he connects with a counter punch. This fight is going to end up one way silva or vitor on there ass.
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vitors not winning guys quit your daydreaming melonheads
i'm a die hard silva fan but i'm saying this fight is 50/50. As good as silva is a puncher always has a chance.
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