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  • 10-12-2006, 09:36 PM
    iced
    Quote Originally Posted by LethalStriker
    Rashad and Jardine aren't going to fight each other, they're both with Jackson's team. If Evans won the title Jardine said he would move back up to HW.
    oh, my bad. maybe forrest?
  • 10-12-2006, 09:01 PM
    chungt79
    I not too impressed with Jardine at all. He looks slow and none of his fights were eye catching. Also, take into account that he hasn't fought any decent fighters.

    I am just sadden that UFc is trying too hard to build up their TUF stars. There are better fighters they can bring in to fight Jardine and also fill in to fight at UFN. Instead, they fill the fightcards with bunch of TUF losers because we recognize them. I guess that is the cheapest way to go about doing an event but I'd rather see experienced fighters come in.

    Well, in going back to the point, I don't like Jardine and this fight is only going to improve his record on paper. In turn, UFC will make him into a contender based on that paper record.
  • 10-12-2006, 08:54 PM
    LethalStriker
    yeah, i see if he gets though nickels a possible fight with rashad.
    Rashad and Jardine aren't going to fight each other, they're both with Jackson's team. If Evans won the title Jardine said he would move back up to HW.
  • 10-12-2006, 08:41 PM
    iced
    yeah, i see if he gets though nickels a possible fight with rashad.
  • 10-12-2006, 08:08 PM
    Matt Boone
    I'd like to see the fight. Jardine needs at least one impressive win over a name fighter after Nickels this Saturday before it's even a possibility though.
  • 10-12-2006, 05:09 PM
    shenku68
    Quote Originally Posted by killerinstinct
    I think he might be able to have some success against Chuck.He's not anywhere near Chuck's caliber ,but I think style wise he could match up well with Chuck(better than anyone else in the UFC LHW division).Jeremy Horn had success against Chuck in the 3rd round of there fight using nothing ,but leg kicks so I'm sure a guy who's great with leg kicks like Jardine could have some success.I think Chuck would probably come in with a good gameplan and win the fight by KO though.
    I agree with you killer on that Jardine would probably give Chuck a good fight. Jardine has good stand up and ground game. If Tito loses (which he more than likely will), he should fight Jardine. Jardine is a tough guy and will be a handful for anyone. Everyone I know who saw that fight with Bonnar, thinks Jardine won it. I think the UFC was trying to groom Bonnar for a big fight later on (which backfired with the loss to Evans and again to Forrest, steroids). I think Jardine will ko Nickels in the first round.
  • 10-12-2006, 07:19 AM
    killerinstinct
    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Boone
    Jardine says he's ready for Liddell. What do people think of that match up? There ain't too many people left for Liddell after the Tito Ortiz rematch and maybe a Forrest Griffin fight. Jardine could be closer to a Liddell fight than people think.
    I think he might be able to have some success against Chuck.He's not anywhere near Chuck's caliber ,but I think style wise he could match up well with Chuck(better than anyone else in the UFC LHW division).Jeremy Horn had success against Chuck in the 3rd round of there fight using nothing ,but leg kicks so I'm sure a guy who's great with leg kicks like Jardine could have some success.I think Chuck would probably come in with a good gameplan and win the fight by KO though.
  • 10-12-2006, 07:13 AM
    Matt Boone
    He's definitely fun to watch with his style. With Nickels, you think he'd have the perfect opponent to perform a complete showcase of his abilities as a fighter. Looking forward to the fight, despite the lopsided nature of the match-making.
  • 10-12-2006, 07:02 AM
    LethalStriker
    Big fan of Jardine, he got royally robbed against Bonnar. He should be undefeated in official UFC fights.
  • 10-12-2006, 03:53 AM
    Matt Boone
    Jardine says he's ready for Liddell. What do people think of that match up? There ain't too many people left for Liddell after the Tito Ortiz rematch and maybe a Forrest Griffin fight. Jardine could be closer to a Liddell fight than people think.
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