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Bonnar426 08-31-2006 11:03 PM

Spratt vs Lytle
 
Unlike the last match, this match went rather quickly! Lytle submitted Spratt within a couple of minutes! What are your thoughts on this fight?

GI Hell 08-31-2006 11:06 PM

I thought it would be a tough one to call, with the edge to Lytle. Spratt didnt look like he even cared in the ring, then cries afterwards? W/e. Dude turns down a title shot against Hughes? Look where he is now. Hope he gets his shit together, b/c he looks like a good fighter, but it's in the head, not the hands that the problem lies.

kobra ki 09-01-2006 12:00 PM

When the match started at 9:51pm, I knew it wasn't gonna be a long one but damn that sucked. Lytle has poor accuracy and Spratt didn't do jack. When I was watching the match and they stood up, I didn't know what happened. Good fight by Lytle, poor performance from his opponent. I hope these fights get good.

Does anyone think that the pair ups being made by mojo effectively kills the competition in the ring (styles make fights)?

BHShaman 09-01-2006 10:37 PM

Anyone else sick of people saying they "were the better athlete".
It does not matter one bit if you get spanked.

Send this guy to play with the US Basketball team.
They can all run around jumping, flexing, and primpin' in the mirror...
while the WINNERS get back to the business of competition.

lll000000lll 09-02-2006 12:37 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BHShaman
Anyone else sick of people saying they "were the better athlete".
It does not matter one bit if you get spanked.

Send this guy to play with the US Basketball team.
They can all run around jumping, flexing, and primpin' in the mirror...
while the WINNERS get back to the business of competition.

lol, i totally agree, in a fight anything can happen. and i dont care how many push-ups or crunches you can do, i dont care how much you can bench or how fast or far you can run, all it takes is a solid blow to the jaw. or a good submission.

i know i can name a couple of "better athelets" thats have lost to way less athletic fighters.

Anything can happen in a fight.

Keithpas 09-02-2006 11:31 AM

I was really impressed with Pratt's performance against Robbie Lawler, finishing him with leg kicks. I was confused as to why he let Lytle charge in unchallenged when he has those nasty leg kicks. No disrespect to Lytle but his legs don't look like they can take that kind of punishment. All in all not a very good fight and if I was Dana White I would need to see better from Spratt in order to have him fight again.

D Wood 09-02-2006 02:57 PM

i thought lytle was more well rounded but didnt think ti would go this fast


congrats to chris

daddyp 09-02-2006 03:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kobra ki
When the match started at 9:51pm, I knew it wasn't gonna be a long one but damn that sucked. Lytle has poor accuracy and Spratt didn't do jack. When I was watching the match and they stood up, I didn't know what happened. Good fight by Lytle, poor performance from his opponent. I hope these fights get good.

Does anyone think that the pair ups being made by mojo effectively kills the competition in the ring (styles make fights)?

Yup! I hate that too, I gotta remove all clocks from my sight when whatching the main UFC or TUF fight.

But surely they want to make the fights all in their favour? OK not the most sporting way but in 1 way or another it's been like that every series, apart from TUF3. Ken didn't turn up or took them to play golf and waited for his 'fight' with Ortiz


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