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post #101 of 106 (permalink) Old 04-24-2010, 03:57 PM
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Hammertree deserves the wildcard so far, I've seen quite a few people, including myself that think he won his fight.
Yeah I agree. Wait is it a fight with two wild cards or just one person gets a ride into the next round?
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Yeah I agree. Wait is it a fight with two wild cards or just one person gets a ride into the next round?
I think there is an odd numbers of fights, so there will be one guy with no one to fight and the coaches will pick a wildcard to fight him.

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I think there is an odd numbers of fights, so there will be one guy with no one to fight and the coaches will pick a wildcard to fight him.
OK yeah that makes sense. I was confused at how that is working. Hammortree seems like a good pick now that I am thinking about it more. At least he did not decisevly lose. I just hope that Uscola doesn't because I am really starting to dislike him the more I think about that episode.
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OK yeah that makes sense. I was confused at how that is working. Hammortree seems like a good pick now that I am thinking about it more. At least he did not decisevly lose. I just hope that Uscola doesn't because I am really starting to dislike him the more I think about that episode.
TBH, I don't really like anyone this season, they all seem either really immature and annoying or overly serious.

The only guy I can stand is Kyle Noke, he's about the only guy that acts his age and isn't a fun nazi.

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TBH, I don't really like anyone this season, they all seem either really immature and annoying or overly serious.

The only guy I can stand is Kyle Noke, he's about the only guy that acts his age and isn't a fun nazi.
Yeah me too. Noke seems like a pretty cool guy and just laid back about everything. That and he seems to be a good fighter. I am rooting for him. A lot of the spotlight is being stolen by tito's team though so I can not say if I like anyone from Liddel's. You know Henle got picked last and he got a sumbission but I do not know if it was a lucky one or what because they did not show the whole fight. I am watching him to see if he is any good.
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Maybe a dumb question here but, When Attenito dropped Uscola on his head is that considered spiking?

I think Uscola will be back.
Dropping someone on their head does not usually constitute spiking. Spiking is specifically guiding someones head into the mat while you control their body. The classic example is a piledriver. In a piledriver the person being slammed has no ability to control their body to protect themselves. For example, if you elevate someone with high crotch and slam them headfirst into the mat, this is not a spike because the person has the ability to tuck and breakfall when being dumped.

A further example: If I have you in an armbar from guard and you elevate me and slam my head straight down into the mat as hard as you can, is that spiking? No because I control my own body. I can let go of the arm and fall safely out of the technique. Make sense?

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