Originally Posted by Sakara=Excitement
And all this article is, is about debuts, not UFC careers.
...to put a more fine point on it, it's about UFC debuts
, not professional debuts or
Originally Posted by disposableassassin
I will say it was pettis' fault he got dry humped for three rounds. He couldn't stop the TD and was too content to fight off of his back or he just plain couldn't get back up.
I'll play a bit of devil's advocate, in that I was disappointed in Pettis's debut, but not with Pettis. There were several times where the action could have been stood up in that bout, where Guida wasn't doing anything but stalling for time. So with a more consistent officiating, it would have been stood up more.
...but then to be devil's advocate to the devil's advocate, you've got to probably figure that Guida just would have taken him down again and continued the LnP festival, and would still have won the UD.
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