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    How about you train him how to check a fucking leg kick.....
    If Nick has a prayer in this fight, he will have to be VERY aggressive off of his back and constantly go for submissions even if they could end up with him in a worse position.
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    He can practice all day.
    GSP is also practicing what he will do. GSP by UD!
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    Quote Originally Posted by FFFRpickup View Post
    Thats a rediculous stupid plan! Talk about planning for defeat. so a black belt in BJJ is "working off his back" are you kidding me. I though thats what they do! how about TDD

    Its like going into a war againt a navy and just "practicing on your swimming" instead of practicing to avoid getting sunk in the first place.
    You can't win a war if you're swimming. You can however, win a fight off of your back. In this case though, it's not likely. GSP by TKO.

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    Diaz will be on his back most of the fight... Imo at this point of his career, he has a better chance of catching GSP in a submission, than getting his TDD up to a level where GSP respects it.

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    I found it interesting that GSP used the Bendo/Nate fight to call a blueprint rather than the Condit/Nick fight........

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    Quote Originally Posted by dan the man 67 View Post
    I found it interesting that GSP used the Bendo/Nate fight to call a blueprint rather than the Condit/Nick fight........
    Bendo is kind of the LW version of GSP at this point and their styles are similar makes more sense to mimic something that you are closer to. Will be much easier to get Diaz off his game if you are mixing leg kicks in with takedowns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FFFRpickup View Post
    Thats a rediculous stupid plan! Talk about planning for defeat. so a black belt in BJJ is "working off his back" are you kidding me. I though thats what they do! how about TDD

    Its like going into a war againt a navy and just "practicing on your swimming" instead of practicing to avoid getting sunk in the first place.
    Working on td defense for GSP is the most "ridiculous" plan ever bud. He will take anyone down no matter how hard they work on it, then all that training will be for nothing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Y2JUBAE View Post
    Working on td defense for GSP is the most "ridiculous" plan ever bud. He will take anyone down no matter how hard they work on it, then all that training will be for nothing.
    Agree, look at the guys he has taken down with ease. Koscheck, BJ, Fitch, Hughes, etc.
    Quote Originally Posted by Rise View Post
    Bendo is kind of the LW version of GSP at this point and their styles are similar makes more sense to mimic something that you are closer to. Will be much easier to get Diaz off his game if you are mixing leg kicks in with takedowns.
    Yep, Nick is going to eat leg kicks, jabs, and double legs all night.
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    Nick is going to get steamrolled.

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