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View Poll Results: GSP = Best P4P
Yes. GSP is the Best P4P! GSP GSP GSP!!! (and i also believe in Benny Hinn) 36 41.38%
No. GSP doesn't have phenomenal striking or submission skills to finish fights. 51 58.62%
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post #51 of 121 (permalink) Old 05-05-2011, 06:09 PM
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Yes but why do GSP fans act like that fight never happened? It doesn't matter if it was a fluke or not, he fought Serra in 07 and lost by KO.

Andy's last legitimate loss was in 04. He got DQ'd in 06 but has demolished everyone since then. His worst performances are on par with a typical GSP fight. In other words:

Andy vs Leites = GSP vs Shields

But GSP gets praised for going out their putting on these crappy fights while Silva gets pooped on

Its seems to me that Silva is so damn good at what he does that occasionally when he performs like GSP he gets criticized.
Thales Leites, seriously?

5 Fight Win Streak as opposed to Shields 15 fight win streak over tough competition and champion in two different weight classes/fight leagues?

Also, GSP fought through 3 rounds with a scratched eye that filled up with blood giving him absolutely zero visibility. Which means his depth perception was gone which is why he was getting hit with punches he would normally not get hit with. And which is also why he didn't put on more of a stand up clinic with Shields, he couldn't see what the hell he was doing.

I guarantee if he could see for those 3 rounds, he would've A: Finished Shields, B: Made Shields face would look like hamburger like GSP's recent opponents both of which would've accompanied GSP coming out without a scratch like usual. He's very lucky a doctor didn't look at his eye or they would've stopped it. Which goes to show just how much this guy dominates his tough competition. He does it with 1 freaking eye, guys with 9, 12, 15 even 16 fight win streaks all have lost when they run into him and he does it decisively.

GSP's strength of schedule has been way tougher than Silva's and he wins fights.. Finishes or not, he beats tougher competition hands down.

He's #1.
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I guarantee if he could see for those 3 rounds, he would've A: Finished Shields, B: Made Shields face would look like hamburger like GSP's recent opponents both of which would've accompanied GSP coming out without a scratch like usual.
GUARANTEE? LOL.

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Really, that's all you could pull from that post? The fact that I believe GSP would've tooled Shields if he could see out of both eyes?

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Really, that's all you could pull from that post?
I stopped reading after that retarded comment. Everything above it was fine.

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That would have been fine, but you didn't say that. You GUARANTEED that GSP would have FINISHED Shields. That's just stupid

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Rofl no way gsp is #1. Anderson for sure.
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That would have been fine, but you didn't say that. You GUARANTEED that GSP would have FINISHED Shields. That's just stupid
Should read it again, one or the other would've happened. You're saying it wouldn't have? He was taking him down and attempting to hurt him with swinging overhand rights. If he had depth perception and just plain sight for that matter he would've put on much more of a striking clinic with Shields who had nothing.
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I like GSP because he is the nullifying King, he can completely shut down his opponent and then work on him. I like Yushin Okami because he is also a fighter who can nullify their opponent. It might be a snoozer watching fighters fighting off their game, but its an effective way to fight and win. Anderson Silva cannot do the same, he cannot nullify opponents as well and leave them confused and disoriented, he just knocks them out cold and his superior reflexes prevents damage. Silva fights in almost a "kill or be killed" way, you bring it and I bring it we will see who is better. While GSP tries to put you at a stalemate before he works you silly, almost like a "chess match". I like both ways of fighting and dont find GSP or Okami "boring" or Silva "clowning" when he shows guys mercy by prancing around.

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Yes but why do GSP fans act like that fight never happened? It doesn't matter if it was a fluke or not, he fought Serra in 07 and lost by KO.

Andy's last legitimate loss was in 04. He got DQ'd in 06 but has demolished everyone since then. His worst performances are on par with a typical GSP fight. In other words:

Andy vs Leites = GSP vs Shields

But GSP gets praised for going out their putting on these crappy fights while Silva gets pooped on

Its seems to me that Silva is so damn good at what he does that occasionally when he performs like GSP he gets criticized.

Silva just got his ass handed to him by Sonnen GSP hasnt lost a round since god knows how long.

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Silva just got his ass handed to him by Sonnen GSP hasnt lost a round since god knows how long.
Uh.....5 days ago?

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Silva just got his ass handed to him by Sonnen GSP hasnt lost a round since god knows how long.
Hi.. I could have sworn that fight Silva finished that fight.. Its been awhile maybe my memory is deteriorating.

There is no ifs/ands/buts about it.. you can debate it for years but guess what.. it ended with Silva subbing him. You can say he was losing and all that jazz but he finished him. GSP was dominating a one eyed fighter in KOS and still couldnt finish him. Say what you want there. But to me Silva has the heart of a champion. Most fighters would have wilted.

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