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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 05-29-2008, 07:35 PM
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how were there no skills shown from either fighter? I cant stand retard posts like that with no explanation.It was a bit wild at times but both seemed pretty technical to me.
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I think it had to do with that knee to the ribs. It looked to hurt him pretty bad plus you have to figure these guys have a fight like every 2 weeks if not less and they are training full time, something a lot of them have probably never done so that takes a toll on your body.
I'm not saying I was completely dissapointed with Brown, but rather saying that he has shown us a toned-down version of what he was earlier in the season. It all started with the Jeremy May fight...

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I'm not saying I was completely dissapointed with Brown, but rather saying that he has shown us a toned-down version of what he was earlier in the season. It all started with the Jeremy May fight...
Like I said these guys are training harder then they ever have before and are having multiple fights in a short amount of time. I guarantee him and most of the other fighters are feeling a little run down from everything.
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how were there no skills shown from either fighter? I cant stand retard posts like that with no explanation.It was a bit wild at times but both seemed pretty technical to me.
I hear ya man... I think it was a great fight..And from a couch critic like that guy it looks even worse lol.. I was sick as a dog but that fight was the only thing of the day that brought joy.

Keeping in mind this is a reality show for people who are trying to make it in the business.. they aren't full blown professionals and Amir hasn't even had a professional bout yet. Amir is pretty god damn good in exchanges and a little unpredictable with his strikes which makes him better.

Amir lacks head movement and just gets dinged all day with jabs. It sucks that he underestimates himself though.. with confidence he would excel... i'm sure he'll get in a good camp after the show regardless of the outcome
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Matt Brown seemed to be doing pretty well in the striking when they were broken up, he's just too small to deal with the clinch of a bigger better mt guy. I think Brown has fought at lw before. He'll deffo drop to ww as soon as the show is over.

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I agree it was a solid fight. But they definelty boosted up Matt Brown to be the hands down winner of TUF and how no one wanted to fight him. Amir fought tough though for the win.
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I thought Amir looked pretty good with the exception that it did take him a long time to capitalize on a few dominant positions. He had mount a few times and didn't do much. But that will come with more training. He was probably shocked to be there.

I actually think his attitude will help a little. He definitely isn't going to underestimate anyone. I also think he downplays his confidence more as a joke than any real lack of confidence.

And I agree. Matt gave up before the triangle. He was either gassed or hurt from the knee. Either way he wasn't going to do anything else.
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i thought it was a good fight, both fighters did good.. could of been better but oh well.
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