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  • 08-11-2006, 07:32 PM
    Masscore
    I also think this rematch shouldn't happen. I see almost no chance of Royce beating Hughes. Even Royce some how managed to catch Hughes in submission. How many time have we seen Hughes just power out of submission because he is a freak of nature. I just dont see Royce being strong enough to submit Hughes.
  • 08-11-2006, 07:18 PM
    KnowledgeKnown
    This rematch absolutely should not be made. It's ridiculous. Maybe there should be a rematch between Floyd Mayweather and Diego Corrales too. I mean Mayweather only knocked him off his feet 4 times in one round. This would be a travesty.
  • 08-11-2006, 03:46 PM
    tapper
    oh god no, who wants to see an old man get beat up again.
    respect to royce, but doesn't he see whats happening to shamrock. same dif.
  • 08-11-2006, 03:44 PM
    baba
    Quote Originally Posted by Clint
    +1

    His reasonings for losing are just as delusional as kens. "I overtrained" is not an answer for the ass kicking he got.

    He is as delusional as Shamrock. And he's very arrogant. He didn't even train with any top-notch wrestling guys. I for one have no interest in paying for or seeing for free another awful lopsided beatdown.
  • 08-11-2006, 02:31 PM
    Clint
    Quote Originally Posted by Hypergit
    After reading that interview, I think he is already in the same ballpark as Sham. Almost every answer he gave reeked of arrogance and dellusion. Funny how the vast majority of martial arts practicioners were happy and grateful to learn from him, but he still seems insistant that bjj is the -only- ground game. And how he dares to say he will not fight any 'losers' when his recent record is shit... lol.

    JMHO, flame me if you like.

    git.
    +1

    His reasonings for losing are just as delusional as kens. "I overtrained" is not an answer for the ass kicking he got.
  • 08-11-2006, 01:43 PM
    Hypergit
    Quote Originally Posted by UFCfanatic
    Nobody wants Royce to start being thought of as a Ken Shamrock.
    After reading that interview, I think he is already in the same ballpark as Sham. Almost every answer he gave reeked of arrogance and dellusion. Funny how the vast majority of martial arts practicioners were happy and grateful to learn from him, but he still seems insistant that bjj is the -only- ground game. And how he dares to say he will not fight any 'losers' when his recent record is shit... lol.

    JMHO, flame me if you like.

    git.
  • 08-11-2006, 08:37 AM
    kickass32
    There is no way Royce can standup and win this fight...impossible.....
    This is just going to turn into another Tito/Shamrock game, where the legend keeps getting his ass fed to him, by the younger, better fighter.
    Although, I do believe Royce has a better chance of beating Hughes, than Shamrock does with Tito
  • 08-11-2006, 05:43 AM
    Howie
    i think royce could pull it out....but hughes is a very dominant fighter...i would love to see him get submitted but its a long shot...we'll see what happens i guess
  • 08-11-2006, 05:28 AM
    killerinstinct
    Quote Originally Posted by Afro Samurai
    so no one thinsk that Royce can beat Matt?

    I dont wanna see this fight personally, I think Matts wrestling is too good and Royce's standup isnt good enough but I dont think for one second that Royce cant beat him. Especially if hes coming off a loss from GSP.
    Royce's stand up is good enough.I had him winning the fight untill it hit the ground.Neither was doing a whole lot ,but Royce dictated the pace with leg kicks.
  • 08-11-2006, 03:51 AM
    MMA 4ever
    Quote Originally Posted by Afro Samurai
    so no one thinsk that Royce can beat Matt?

    I dont wanna see this fight personally, I think Matts wrestling is too good and Royce's standup isnt good enough but I dont think for one second that Royce cant beat him. Especially if hes coming off a loss from GSP.
    If he can pull guard or achieve guard after they hit the mat, yes. If Hughes takes him down into side mount again, probably not but I would love to see Royce get the win this time.
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