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post #21 of 150 (permalink) Old 02-02-2012, 02:48 PM
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I am going to say I can take one of the following guys

Kalib Starnes, Tank Abbott and Jason Thacker

So yeah all 3 really scary but I could Merc them probably.
Kalib Starnes was actually a pretty good fighter.



Whos the guy Cerrone dominated with leg kicks recently? I could probably beat that guy.

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Kalib Starnes was actually a pretty good fighter.



Whos the guy Cerrone dominated with leg kicks recently? I could probably beat that guy.
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Jorge Gurgel, provided that I can sucker him into a striking match. If I can get him stand & trade with me I should be able to use my speed & footwork to stay on the outside and outpoint him for 15 minutes. But if he smarten up and decides to take me down I'm toast.

Same thing with Andy Wang, as long as it stays standing I can take him, and he's just dumb enough to fight a standup batle even when it's the worst possible thing for him to do.
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I am going to say I can take one of the following guys

Kalib Starnes, Tank Abbott and Jason Thacker

So yeah all 3 really scary but I could Merc them probably.
Completely forgot about that guy. I think I can add him to my list too. What the hell was he could at?

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I have trained in MMA and Judo for a long time and anyone even near UFC level would kill me stone cold dead. Anyone who thinks otherwise is bullshitting themselves. What's you amature records, all the guys (even the shit ones from TUF) have good amature records before even going pro. Training every day makes a hell of a difference from training twice a week. That said I'd choose GSP. I'd make a lot of money and prolly not get too hurt.


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I'd have to say Dan Hardy. My background is a little more varied than his. I had my black belts in judo and tkd by twelve as well as a blue belt in shotokan karate. I have competed at Golden Gloves level in boxing and have had more than my fair share of amateur kickboxing, muay thai, and wrestling matches. I've only competed in one bjj tournament and I got outpointed by a 2nd degree black belt under Renato Tavares. I was actually training for my pro debut in mma when I ripped my thigh muscle in half and spent the next three years walking with a damn cane.

With Hardy... I'm pretty much better at everything. More varied striking combined with takedowns and GNP. And he fights stupidly. Same plan everytime. Easy to plan for.

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Kimbo Slice if he didnt have 60 pounds on me. I guarantee my wrestling/grappling is on a higher level then his.

The thing is though... i dont think i could stand with many UFC fighters if ANY. And that would make my shots predictable and from a far distance.

Chances are they would all beat my ass unless i was going up against some un talented 145ers or something.
Lol I guarantee your wrestling/grappling is nowhere near ANYONE in the ufc. I mean honestly do you think since the day limbo decided to do mma he wasn't training his wrestling/bjj.

Basicly what I'm saying is you think way to highly of yourself. In all aspects. Still laughing from when I read "my hair pulls girls alone" hahaha... freakin weasel.
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A flyweight that has bad wrestling.
I would have 100 pounds on him and could prolly KO him or submit him because of much better strength.
That being said, give me half a year training camp to get my cardio to a somewhat ok level first or i gass in 2 mins and lose to anyone in the UFC :P
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James Toney or Dan Hardy
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I wouldn't fight Andy Wang, even though we are close to the same size and I have a decent background in boxing and wrestling and am competent in BJJ. I just don't think my pride could handle it if I lost to someone like Andy Wang.

I am surprised no one has said Koji Oishi, I think I would wreck that guy even if he has 20 lbs on me. Though his block punches with his face technique is intriguing.
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