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    UFC 103 (Sept. 19th 2009) - 32 yrs old 195lbs:



    UFC on FX (Jan. 19th 2013) - 36 yrs old 185 lbs:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sakara=Excitement View Post
    UFC 103 (Sept. 19th 2009) - 32 yrs old 195lbs:



    UFC on FX (Jan. 19th 2013) - 36 yrs old 185 lbs:

    I just remember how everyone was amazed by the second half of Roger Clemens' pitching career and how it seemed to defy logic about the traditional arc of an athlete's career, when it should be winding down as the athlete ages and talent declines.

    If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.


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    Quote Originally Posted by initial_zen View Post
    He is almost exactly the same size in both pictures Sure there are nice shadows under his muscles in the left one and it is taken in much better quality than the right photo, but i am not seeing a big difference at all. Your acting like he made an overeem type change.
    Without a doubt he is more chiseled now than what he was in the past. Now this wouldn't be such a big deal but considering his age and further considering as Sak pointed out when he fought Jones he looks a lot softer. The point I was making with the Super Saiyan comment is that he looks a hell of a lot harder (ripped) compared to the other pic where he looks softer (normal muscular tone).
    If you feel it is just lighting and flexing then ok, we just happen to have a difference in opinion of what we see.


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    Quote Originally Posted by W.Silva>C.Norris View Post
    So, there's no way 10 lbs of water weight could make that difference in appearance?
    I'd buy the water weight or lighting discrepancies argument if it wasn't for a guy who started his MMA career as a gassed to the gills heavyweight, then drops down to LHW and finally gets popped after years of strong innuendo and is now getting these TRT exemptions at age 36, coincidently in conjunction with a career resurgence at a time where he should traditionally be winding down or at the very least, plateauing rather than looking vastly improved and physically shredded. I don't buy it with Hendo, nor did I Couture, but neither has been popped before, which makes me more cautious of Vitor.

    When I hear hoofsteps, I think horses in this area. I don't buy Vitor as clean or the "outlier' for one second, far too many things strike me as hinky to believe.

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    Well he has changed camps and one would assume therefore strength and conditioning coach right? That could be the difference there...

    Anyway so happy to see Tibau get a guillotine win! Seems to me I think he beat Dunham or Khabib by sub where whomever it was appeared to tap and then wound up decisioning him. So this is making me very happy! Also damn he's been in the UFC for a long ass time! Nov 2006 and 13-6. Nice to see.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fedorlei Gomipierre View Post
    I just remember how everyone was amazed by the second half of Roger Clemens' pitching career and how it seemed to defy logic about the traditional arc of an athlete's career, when it should be winding down as the athlete ages and talent declines.

    If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
    Very good point, but talent doesn't fade with age. Physical ability does. TRT is something I think the sport will fix in time. I look at this as sort of the same thing baseball had in the 90s, though not quite as bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sakara=Excitement View Post
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    Actually it is. I hate Vitor, but for other reasons than his steroid past. Someone asked for pictures, I gave pictures. If someone wants to claim bad lighting and water weight, go for it.
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