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post #11 of 21 (permalink) Old 06-10-2010, 02:02 PM
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He sat back because he thought Chris was going to run foward like he did last time. The deciding factor in this fight was the gameplans...Savage had the better....I think this is going to be a great final fight for this season...You have to remember McCray fought 5 time this season....5 fights in 6 weeks is insane you would have to be in the best shape possible to operate at top level each week comming off a fight not to mention the ringer tito was putting them through during all this....
Never looked at it that way, that's very true. Talk about will to win.
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God, pay attention.. The semi's always have 3 rounds, even if the judges score it 100-0

Btw, anyone else felt Bryant should've gotten the win?
I wanted McCray to win, but I think Bryant won the fight
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Good point. I forgot about that. That's actually pretty insane. The whole time, Kris just had one week off. Still though, I've honestly never been that impressed with McCray other than the fact that he's pretty tough and can take a good punch. He's got crazy heart, and if he developed and polished his skills, I'm sure he could be a decent mid-tier guy in the Middleweight division.

I will leave my judgement on him to when hes had ample time to recover. Your are right about his heart you cant beat it.
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Bryant should be at 170
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Both are better suited for 170 IMO. Mccray has a lot of unnecessary bulk on him too.
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Both are better suited for 170 IMO. Mccray has a lot of unnecessary bulk on him too.
Eh I think McCray would be good at 185. Bryant should definately drop to 70. He reminds me Josh Haynes from Season 3.
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I had it 30-28 round 1 to McCray, 2 even and 3rd again to McCray.
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29-28 McCray, but the third round was pretty close.
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Eh I think McCray would be good at 185. Bryant should definately drop to 70. He reminds me Josh Haynes from Season 3.
He's bulky with a good amount of fat, and short arms(70 inch or so). Mccourt who is 3 inches shorter has a 6 inch reach advantage arm-wise. He could stay at 185, but I think 170 would suit him better if he can make the cut.
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Kray was bigger so he could bully ryan around. I love his heart, its so hard to go on when you are completely gassed and he did it.

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