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  • 07-09-2012, 07:45 AM
    Jelyman
    Not that he deserves it and I'm not even sure why, but I would like to see Boetsch fight silva. Realistically......Lombard if he wins then winner of Evans bisping.
  • 07-09-2012, 05:39 AM
    Pasha K
    Quote Originally Posted by LukeSalvatore View Post
    I would say that the winner of Lombard v Boetsch should fight the winner of a Rashad v Bisping matchup, and then that winner should fight Anderson.

    So that means waiting like 10 months before watching Anderson fight again?
  • 07-09-2012, 05:36 AM
    LukeSalvatore
    I would say that the winner of Lombard v Boetsch should fight the winner of a Rashad v Bisping matchup, and then that winner should fight Anderson.
  • 07-09-2012, 05:06 AM
    Pasha K
    Winner of Evans vs Bisping? It was announced or something?

    I think they will give it to Lombard if he beats Boetsch. And I will not be that surprised if Lombard actually beats Anderson.
  • 07-09-2012, 04:35 AM
    metalkev1
    1.Winner of Evans vs Bisping
    2.Winner of Munoz/Weidman vs. Lombard/Boetsch

    i would also set up belcher vs stann and have the winner face the loser of evans/bisping

    belfort could face the loser of Lombard/Boetsch
  • 07-09-2012, 04:24 AM
    AnchorPunch
    Quote Originally Posted by Sakara=Excitement View Post
    What in Jesus name did he neg you for?

    it was the first one:
    surprised to hear her say that given the training history between sonnen and the cesar gracie gym.
    though, in all fairness, i think there are just some hard feelings from the too emotional sonnen-silva threads. but clearly i didn't appreciate it
  • 07-09-2012, 04:02 AM
    Fedorlei Gomipierre
    I'd bump Rashad to the front of the line if he does drop down to MW. He's got the most street cred and is a major league, mainstream draw.

    I think that bout makes the most sense while they establish the winner of Weidman/Munoz with one more bout, possibly against Vitor or maybe winner of Boetsch/Lombard for the #1 contendership.

    PPV-wise, while I truly believe a Bisping/Anderson bout would 99.97% be a snuff film, I also believe it has big money potential and outside of Evans, I think is the biggest draw to go up against Anderson.

    I'd like to see Munoz take on Anderson IF he beats Weidman impressively, however I haven't liked his cardio on occasion and think his striking has alot of holes that one just cannot have against Anderson.

    IMO:
    1. Evans
    2. Bisping straight-up just for the mainstream factor
    3. Winner of Munoz/Weidman vs. Lombard/Boetsch after a title eliminator
    4. Cung Le in China.
  • 07-09-2012, 03:57 AM
    Sakara=Excitement
    Quote Originally Posted by AnchorPunch View Post
    he did, and it was a split decision, but munoz definitely fought against a better prepared okami.

    overall, i don't think munoz has that crazy forward-only, iron-chin, style that chael does and i don't think he'll be as successful because of it.

    though the one dynamic that i think will be really fascinating to watch is the fact that they've trained together and seem to like each other. has anderson fought anyone that he's trained with in the ufc yet?
    What in Jesus name did he neg you for? This....

    surprised to hear her say that given the training history between sonnen and the cesar gracie gym.
    or this....

    indeed. though people don't usually say that about the folks that come to their camp. i hadn't been following it closely, did sonnen stop doing his occasional workouts with them?
    Because both are extremely unwarranted. Damn
  • 07-09-2012, 03:50 AM
    AnchorPunch
    Quote Originally Posted by initial_zen View Post
    If munoz can get silva down i think he can pose a much more dangerous threat there than chael did.. he has pretty brutal gnp. And to be fair didn't Munoz face Okami after Okami got beat by chael and trained specifically with chael to not get beat like that again? I still dont think munoz has what it takes to beat silva, just curious what others think.
    he did, and it was a split decision, but munoz definitely fought against a better prepared okami.

    overall, i don't think munoz has that crazy forward-only, iron-chin, style that chael does and i don't think he'll be as successful because of it.

    though the one dynamic that i think will be really fascinating to watch is the fact that they've trained together and seem to like each other. has anderson fought anyone that he's trained with in the ufc yet?
  • 07-09-2012, 03:36 AM
    initial_zen
    Quote Originally Posted by Xtremo View Post
    Probably Hector Lombard since he is a beast, no doubt about it. I think he poses a much more dangerous threat than Munoz, since Munoz is almost like Chael, but not as good... (Munoz couldn't get through Okami, but Chael did)
    If munoz can get silva down i think he can pose a much more dangerous threat there than chael did.. he has pretty brutal gnp. And to be fair didn't Munoz face Okami after Okami got beat by chael and trained specifically with chael to not get beat like that again? I still dont think munoz has what it takes to beat silva, just curious what others think.
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