We'll probably get to see another side of Brock as he interacts with his team. And JDS has said before that he's been learning english. But whoever said Bock shouldn't get a title shot if he wins is right. I'm sick of immediate rematches and the people that don't deserve them.
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I don't think there is that much to be talked about this fight tbh.
Fans here have talked so much about this ex-potential fight.
It's good to see Brock coming back ---> guess we can throw to the garbage the rumours of him goinf back to the WWE. I don't think he deserves a title shot that early yet. In a way he would id he will beat JDS, the number 1 contender.
Like McK said: JDS's TDD will be tested finally. And his ground game also.
But so will Brock's chin again.
I honestly think this fight could finnish faster than Cain-Brock. If Brock stays and trades with JDS it will be like suicide for him. He will go to sleep.
He needs to take JDS down ASAP.
I am curious about TUF though and about how camera shy Brock will be. I don't think there will be a lot of trash talkin though.
And for those who keep saying JDS doesn't speak english:
Was taken in august last year. So i'm guessing he has improved his english even more.
Is it just me, or is Lesnar going to be atrocious at teaching the guys on the show? I have a feeling that he can't convey what he knows well ... ah well, that's what the assistant coaches are for I guess.
I don't know if I neccesarely like this... but there wasn't many options for coaches that made sence, and Dana has to explot Brock's popularity to the show. And people complaining about he fighting for a #1 contender spot..... yes, Cain won in a desicive maner, but JDS said he didn't want to wait for Cain to recover... so who deserve it more than Brock? Carwin or Nelson coming from loses? Mir after his fight with CC?.... i know Brock too lost his fight... but at least he was the champ.
Oh and before I forget... i dont know how the **** the UFC put 2 HW as coaches and they don't make the season a HW season with their lack of talent in that division.
1) Lesnar shouldn't get a shot at the nr.1 contendership straight after losing the belt. If Brock beats JDS then he fights Cain and Cain's first title defense is a rematch with the previous champion HE JUST DESTROYED!?
2)) How is Brock supposed to coach welterweights?
3) JDS doesn't speak English, how is he going to coach his guys?
JDS Actually speaks pretty decent english actually. About on par with Nog. I agree with the other two points though lol. I bet everyone wants to be on JDS' team
Good move for the UFC, this will undoubtedly bbe the highest rated TUF ever. Bad move for Lesnar. If he thought Cain hit him hard he's in a world of trouble with JDS' fists.
It will be tested in a way. It's safe to say that Lesnar has way better take downs than Nelson. He managed to take Velasquez down a couple of times.
I think that both fighters have a lot to gain in this fight. Dos Santos is actually the number one contender, so Brock beating him will put him right back into contention, and also add the fact that people think Brock can't take being hit. It's probably true as well. Although Dos Santos is one of the most dangerous strikers in the UFC. More dangerous than Velasquez in my opinion. If Brock can take his punches and actually defeat him, that will silence a lot of critics and show that he has dealt with his "weakness" since getting exposed by Velasquez.
Dos Santos has a lot to gain in this fight as well. Not only does being on the ultimate fighter up his stock a lot, but beating a huge name like Lesnar will easily make Dos Santos very marketable and a potential poster boy if he becomes a champion. He made a great choice here career wise. He also hasn't been tested by a great wrestler like Lesnar. I think that if he is able to stuff his take downs, or even scramble back to his feet once taken down, that will make a statement. If he does that and ends up winning, I'll be picking him to beat Velasquez.
Lesnar and Velasquez were extremely close in the wrestling department. Lesnar managed two take downs against Velasquez with one being a nice slam. The tide only started to change once he started getting clipped a few times by some good punches. If Dos Santos can neutralize a brute wrestler like Lesnar, that will be saying a lot in my mind.
So anyways, I'm looking forward to this season.
Formerly known as Nick_V03
1. Chuck "The Iceman" Liddell
2. Diego Sanchez
3. Glover Teixeira
4. John Dodson
5. Michael Bisping
6. Jon "Bones" Jones
7. Nate Diaz
8. Nick Diaz
9. Demian Maia
10. Dong Hyun Kim
makes more sense to me to have Carwin vs JDS for no 1 contender and mir vs lesner on the show(even higher ratings) then the winner fights the winner for the real no 1 contender just in time for cains return
"I tried to punch him, and he literally moved his head out of the way and looked at me like I was stupid for doing It"
- Forest Griffin
NPFFL: Alistair Overeem, Fedor Emelianenko, Shane Carwin, Chris Leben