BJ Penn pulled this same shit during the build up to their second fight and look how well that worked out for him. Lets see, call out Georges, insult him endlessly then acuse him of using PED's. Thats a great game plan to getting your ass kicked by a pissed off GSP.
Stupid childish statements from a stupid child.
Earth! Fire! Wind! Water! Frankie Edgar!
Ima huge diaz fan, always will be, LOVE his fights....but man, I can see why he hates the media...pretty sure i read he is adhd and anytime he gets talking about something he just rants n trails off. Certainly a familiar symptom
MY MMA RANKINGS
HW Cain JDS Werdum Cormier Barnett Bigfoot Browne Miocic Napao
LHW Jones Goose Evans Texeira Davis Hendo Shogun Manuwa
MW Weidman ASilva Belfort Jacare Machida Rockhold Munoz Kennedy Bisping
WW GSP Hendricks Condit Lawler Maia Kampmann Rory Ellenberger Askren Lombard
LW Pettis Bendo Alvarez Chandler Grant Gil Thomson Diaz J.Miller dos Anjos
FW Aldo Mendes Lamas Frankie Cub Lentz Kawajiri Zombie Elkins
BW Barao Cruz Faber Bibiano McDonald Moraes Assuncao Wineland Dillashaw
Hating on Anderson Silva before it was the cool thing to do.
The idea of a "true number one contender" is the stupidiest MMA idea to be perpetuated by fans and media, EVER.
HATES the new MMANEWS forum. Bring back the dark background.
I also ask because I can't recall the last time GSP faced a southpaw - feel free to correct me if I'm missing anyone obvious. Has he ever faced a southpaw in his career? Do you think that has the potential to throw him off his game somewhat?
Personally, I find it quite interesting that he's facing Diaz and then has the potential to face Hendricks (although I'm rooting for Condit) meaning he could be fighting southpaws back to back.
Out of the two I think Hendricks has the better shot at victory due to his superior wrestling and bigger power in his overhand left, even though I rate Diaz as the superior boxer. I'd still be picking GSP as the unbackable favourite in either fight - I just think the southpaw factor could make it more interesting than some of his recent orthodox opponents.
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