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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 03-04-2007, 06:06 PM Thread Starter
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whats next for militech

They have no more champs. they had 3 a year ago. and if horn could've worked a upset on chuck that would've been 4. Does this take away some credability. It looks like more of they had the most fighter's not the best. and its starting to show. thoughts
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post #2 of 23 (permalink) Old 03-04-2007, 06:10 PM
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yea man, they were riding high for awhile now they look like a bunch of has beens. Who of the guys has the best chance to bounce back?

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ya alot of MFS fighters are getting exposed for being one dimensional. I dunno, the guys in the camp may not mesh well enough to learn from each other

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I still think Militech has a good camp. There will always be good fighters coming from there, maybe not all champs but who knows.
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yea man, they were riding high for awhile now they look like a bunch of has beens. Who of the guys has the best chance to bounce back?
MAYBE Spencer fisher, not likely though


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Matt Hughes is still the best Militich fighter, but Rich Franklin has the best shot at getting his belt back.

I have a feeling his rematch with Silva will go different, Rich is a smart fighter and probably will come with a better gameplan.
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After watching Silva against Lutter, I agree that Franklin will get his belt back. But as for the rest? Not a chance.
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thought id point of that Franklin isn't technically an MFS product. although he has trained with them, he trains mainly with New Generation Martial Arts.

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thought id point of that Franklin isn't technically an MFS product. although he has trained with them, he trains mainly with New Generation Martial Arts.
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post #10 of 23 (permalink) Old 03-04-2007, 06:45 PM
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ya alot of MFS fighters are getting exposed for being one dimensional. I dunno, the guys in the camp may not mesh well enough to learn from each other
I've been to the gym lots of times, and they mesh great. Everyone there is always helping each other when they can.

I don't see how losing fights makes someone a bad fighter and makes their camp bad... Maybe GSP's camp sucks because Patrick Cote is a terrible fighter.
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