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05-01-2012, 04:22 PM
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Originally Posted by Sakara=Excitement
MMA math is saying since fighter A accomplished something against fighter B, then fighter C should have no problem doing that. That's MMA math. It's okay though, I mean if Tito could do it, Rampage could right?
LOL, I understand what you're saying but what I was angling for was more to do with Bader ability to take a punch from anyone, with Tito being the lowest on that totempole.
IMO an emotionally engaged, focused, committed and on-weight Rampage Jackson DEFINATELY could've done it to Bader, whose striking is wild and spotty at best. I don't want to take too much away from Bader in that fight because the gameplan he employed looked VERY good, however I also believe Rampage faciliated the fight being so onesided and Bader's gameplan succeeding so much, by coming in looking like utter garbage.
I think Bader's striking while powerful, has some of the biggest holes among top LHWs and should be exploited by most of the top tier, of whom are all superior strikers(sans Davis)
MY MMA RANKINGS
HW Velasquez Cigano Werdum Cormier Bigfoot Barnett Mir Browne
LHW Jones Machida Evans Hendo Davis Goose Teixeira Shogun Mousasi Bader
MW ASilva Rockhold Belfort Weidman Jacare Okami Kennedy Consta Belcher Boetsch
WW GSP Hendricks Condit MacDonald Diaz Maia Fitch Kampmann Ellenberger Pyle
LW Bendo Alvarez Maynard Melendez Thomson J.Miller Diaz Pettis Chandler Grant dos Anjos
FW Aldo Mendes Curran Lamas Frankie Zombie
BW Cruz Barao Fernandes Faber Moraes
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