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Thread: breaking down Tim Sylvia Vs Andrei Arloski III

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    AA's number one key to this fight is to not get overaggressive and get caught reaching in for a punch. Sylvia's key is to keep AA at bay with crisp punches until he can get an opening to attack.

    Since Sylvia didn't correct his lazy jab after losing, I highly doubt he will do it after winning. So I think it is going to work out this way. They will feel each other out for a few moments and then Sylvia will throw a lazy jab and AA will knock him down (just like in both previous fights) and then AA will try to take top position and sub him.

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    Both fights where so short it is kinda hard to judge this. Old saying that when in doubt you always go with the better talent, I think AA is the allaround better fighter.

    I looked up there records on fight finder just to look at there past fights. HW really is a week division in UFC.

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    I hope the fight lasts less than 20 seconds and Sylvia gets highlight reel knocked out by AA. I actually think there's a distinct chance it ends very quick because of what all has been said on the board... Mainly being I really feel AA knows everything Sylvia is going to do and will take advantage of that.

    I was literally sick to my stomach when Sylvia won the last time around.
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    I'm not totally behind this Arlovski glass jaw theory & I'll tell you why.

    Sylvia got hit went down hard, covered up, recovered & stood up.

    Arlovski got hit went down hard, recovered, did not cover up & got stopped.

    At no point was Arlovski out cold & the ref stopped it purely because AA wasn't defending himself properly (Sylvia's follow up punches hardly found a target).

    For Arlovski to win the 3rd fight he has to compose himself more & not rush in when he knocks Sylvia on his ass. If he does get tagged, he needs to defend himself better & not lie in a foetal position riding the sloppy follow up punches from Sylvia.

    For Sylvia to win he best hope AA has learned nothing from the last fight & does the same.

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    Tim Won By A Punchers Chance....and Yeah Aa Gave No Excusses But Everyone Knows Herb Dean Likes To Stop Fights A Little Early...tim Is In No Way Stronger That Aa.. In Fact I Think Aa Is Way Stronger...if It Goes To The Ground Which It Might I See Aa Dominating... But I Think It Stays Stand Up And I See Aa Knocking Tim The Fuck Out Just To Shut Every One Up... Arlovski By Knock Out 2nd Round

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    I dont know whick of the fighters is "Stronger", but I would say that Tim probably has heavier hands than AA.

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    AA by total domination.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alvin
    I'm not totally behind this Arlovski glass jaw theory & I'll tell you why.

    Sylvia got hit went down hard, covered up, recovered & stood up.

    Arlovski got hit went down hard, recovered, did not cover up & got stopped.

    At no point was Arlovski out cold & the ref stopped it purely because AA wasn't defending himself properly (Sylvia's follow up punches hardly found a target).

    For Arlovski to win the 3rd fight he has to compose himself more & not rush in when he knocks Sylvia on his ass. If he does get tagged, he needs to defend himself better & not lie in a foetal position riding the sloppy follow up punches from Sylvia.

    For Sylvia to win he best hope AA has learned nothing from the last fight & does the same.

    watch AA's glass jaw against Pedro Rizzo. the glass jaw theory isnt new for AA, its been with him for some time now
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thaiboxer
    watch AA's glass jaw against Pedro Rizzo. the glass jaw theory isnt new for AA, its been with him for some time now
    that was one of the cleanest KOs ive ever seen in the UFC
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    for those that haven't seen it

    http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...&q=pedro+rizzo

    pedro rizzo ko's aa

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