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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 04-18-2011, 01:11 PM
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Bader is going to bring Tito a cup of hot chocolate, home made cookies and a bed time story when putting him to sleep.

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I like Tito and think he stands a good chance. I just don't like Tito's 80 year old back. I think Bader may start off slow but as Tito slows down (TD's and TDD) that Bader will pull of a 29-28 decision.
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Well Tito, you also thought you fought with a cracked skull but I guess we can't be right all of the time.


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lol. Tito Ortiz.




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Tito's sentences kind of don't make sense.

It's like he misses words or is thinking too fast and they don't come out right.

Hehe.

But hey, props to the guy for at least still trying.
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The only thing Tito has goign for him is his cardio. He got outstruck by Matt Hamill. He couldn't take him down either. Bader is a legitimate wrestler who is going to be bigger, heavier, and stronger than Tito come fight time.

I see Bader taking this.
Yeah, but Tito gassed in his last fight so we don't even know if his cardio is what it once was.
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At best, Tito is little more than a gatekeeper now. Bader is a young, more skilled,physically superior Tito Ortiz. I don't see Tito walking away with the win. I think the only thing that will let him lose by decision, rather than by KO, is that his stand up defense is fairly good. The only offensive weapon Tito can benefit from in this fight is his technically proficient jab. But, even with the jab, he has no real threat to offer in this fight.
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At best, Tito is little more than a gatekeeper now. Bader is a young, more skilled,physically superior Tito Ortiz. I don't see Tito walking away with the win. I think the only thing that will let him lose by decision, rather than by KO, is that his stand up defense is fairly good. The only offensive weapon Tito can benefit from in this fight is his technically proficient jab. But, even with the jab, he has no real threat to offer in this fight.
I agree. I think Tito will survive because he covers up pretty well and he's got a big ole' head but I still think he's going to get stomped.
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