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  • 07-09-2012, 11:05 PM
    IceCold48
    Quote Originally Posted by metalkev1 View Post
    if your gonna keep calling a legal knee illegal then youre just a moron who shouldnt be watching mma anymore. Thats like saying in basketball someone shot a 2 which was later replayed and changed to a 3 and having fans still calling it a 2 pointer
    What the fuck? This idt nazi Germany where your executed for expressing your opinion.
  • 07-09-2012, 10:01 PM
    metalkev1
    1.Mark Munoz vs Chris Weidman and Tim Boestch vs Hector Lombard who ever is most impressive in their win gets the title shot

    2. Evans vs Belfort if Evans wins he gets a title shot, If Belfort wins he faces who ever didnt get a title shot in the first scenario. The winner of that gets title shot.

    3. Bisping vs Belcher/Stann and Franklin vs Belcher/Stann winners face each other for next shot at title

    after that i think anderson would retire
  • 07-09-2012, 09:53 PM
    dexter
    I've seen Munoz have trouble with Maia and even Kendall Grove striking. I think Silva would take him out standing fairly easily.

    EDIT - his GNP is excellent though...
  • 07-09-2012, 09:45 PM
    Fedorlei Gomipierre
    IMO, this all depends on how Munoz looks against Weidman. I still have questions about Munoz's cardio if this fight goes deep. Still think he's one fight away from really proving his worth as a #1 contender.

    If he wins, I'd like to see him faceoff with winner of Boetsch/Lombard(DO NOT be surprised if Tim wins.)
  • 07-09-2012, 09:33 PM
    K1NG P3NN
    Munoz can Donkey Kong him. While I think Silva will beat him handily, anyone who sleeps on Munoz's chances of winning should reconsider IMO.
  • 07-09-2012, 09:14 PM
    VimyRidge
    Quote Originally Posted by Sniggles View Post
    The shorts and vaseline are valid points, the knee is not.

    How does the top of the leg not make contact with Chael's chin?
  • 07-09-2012, 08:36 PM
    rivethead
    I think the winner of Munoz/Weidman should get the next title shot, unless Boetsch beats Lombard.

    Even with a win over Boetsch, I think Lombard is another win away from a shot.


    That's what I think. The only thing I know is that my sense of justified titleshots doesn't always sell PPV's and Zuffa is going to do something different.

    Quote Originally Posted by VimyRidge View Post
    I would rather see Silva-Sonnen 3 (minus the awful spinning back fist, shrot grab, illegal knee, greasing, fence grab etc) than Silva-Munoz. I give Munoz almost a zero percent chance.
    I actually don't. I didn't think Anderson's TD looked good. I know Munoz doesn't have as good a shot as sonnen, but it's not horrible. Plus, when you factor in that Anderson didn't have to be concerned about chael's striking to any significant degree, and he will need to pay attention to Munoz's hands, it makes setting up a TD a bit easier.

    I'm not favoring Munoz, but I give him more of a chance than I would have a week ago.

    I actually think the fighter with the best potential to beat Anderson at MW is Weidman, with a bit more experience.

    rh
  • 07-09-2012, 07:45 PM
    Mr. Cornute
    I think if & that is if Munoz can take Anderson down he could give Anderson a few fits due to his strength in Ground & Pound. But from the fight I recalled w/Maia Munoz didn't take him down at will & even attempted to strike & was surprised by Maia & stunned.
    Now I completely understand that MMA math is invalid but Maia striking is in no way as lethal as Silva's & being Maia was able to tag him standing I truly believe Silva would pick him apart.
    As far as the grease wiping, I am confused why this is an issue w/anyone due to the fact, as it has been stated many times, that Silva does this every single fight...more so the ref wiped Silva off if I'm not mistaken so it had absolutely no impact.
    The short grabbing, Sonnen himself states that every fighter INCLUDING Sonnen himself does this so it is not an issue. It did nothing to affect the chain of events that led to Sonnen's backfist attempt & further TKO.
    Lastly, yes anyone & everyone has a right on this forum to state their opinion (& anywhere else for that matter), but when an opinion is absolutely contrary to the absolute fact, the videotaped, gifed, pictured, & EVEN stated by the fighter himself FACT, please don't get upset when people state they would prefer not to hear from you (calling an legal knee illegal).
    People don't like Silva, wanted Sonnen to be the guy to beat him, but he didn't, twice for that matter. If it is just trolling then cool take it with a grain of salt funny ha ha, but I get the feeling there are people who actually believe the knee was illegal.
    This damn knee if the level of dillusion gets worse I'll begin to call it the 9-11 KNEE.
  • 07-09-2012, 06:36 PM
    earle
    I think Munoz is going to lose now.
  • 07-09-2012, 06:25 PM
    metalkev1
    Quote Originally Posted by Sniggles View Post
    The shorts and vaseline are valid points, the knee is not.
    i never really said anything about the shorts besides sonnen had no complaints. the vaseline had no effect what so ever but i can see people complaining about it. The only thing thats annoying is when people call the knee illegal
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