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  • 02-26-2013, 04:14 PM
    rivethead
    The submission attempt opened a few eyes, showing Daley’s all-around attack is improving rather than remaining stagnant. “Semtex” spoke about the win shortly after scoring it, telling Fighters Only Magazine he was working hard to get better on the ground.
    almost-submitting a c-lister and reverting back to striking is supposed to open a few eyes to...what, exactly? I'm glad he's working on his ground game, but that's not the best of all possible illustrations of improvement.

    rh
  • 02-26-2013, 02:22 PM
    joeodd2
    He needs to get his ass over to Bellator, I think he's in no hurry to fight Askren though, especially after he grapple fucked Armousu, who I thought was going to kill him.....
  • 02-26-2013, 09:48 AM
    Pasha K
    Yeah, he looked excellent against Koscheck for sure.
    He can knock people out, but having a good striking technique and KO power is not enough to be the best.

    His record btw is 31-12, and 90% of his wins are against unknowns.
  • 02-26-2013, 04:41 AM
    Sniggles
    Nope.

    Bisping can deal with wrestlers and has a far more well-rounded game.

    I'd also say Brad Pickett, Ross Pearson and John Hathaway are better p4p in my book.
  • 02-26-2013, 04:22 AM
    Cat--Smasher

    Paul Daley believes he’s the United Kingdom’s best fighter

    Paul Daley believes he

    Welterweight Paul Daley made his return to the ring this weekend after more than six months on the sidelines due to a few contractual issues, showing once again why he’s one of the most exciting fighters in the sport by scoring a flying knee knockout in the second round of his clash with Patrick Vallee at a Cage Contender event in Dublin, Ireland. The strike-based stoppage was his 24th in 31 total wins but came after Daley nearly locked up a Triangle Choke early.

    The submission attempt opened a few eyes, showing Daley’s all-around attack is improving rather than remaining stagnant. “Semtex” spoke about the win shortly after scoring it, telling Fighters Only Magazine he was working hard to get better on the ground.

    “People sleep on me since I got cut from the UFC. I’ve had a few decision losses…and people are trying to forget about me and push me to the side. I’m not disrespecting any British fighter, but I honestly feel that, pound-for-pound, I’m the best UK fighter,” said Daley of his performance. “We can do it old school PRIDE open-weight tournament. I’ll fight anybody.”

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