Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by Beerus, Jun 24, 2018.
IF so.... His win over Jacare was also a fluke? Since he lost the rematch.
yes, both flukes
First one wasn't a fluke, second one was.
mouse tried to kick jac in the face and did
the spin kick was thrown at mous stomach, and mous ducked into it so it hit his head and ko'd him
This is dumb logic
Funny thread because, not too long ago, Jacare admitted himself that Mousasi was "trouble" and the only man in the division he did not want face inside the octagon
Mousasi is the GOAT MW,, atleast he hasn't roided too
Jacare dominated Mousasi and Mousasi KOd him as intended in the first fight. No flukes there. Hall/Mousasi? Yeah pretty flukey.
They're friends. Jacare didn't have much trouble finishing Moose in the rematch.
That's why Jacare dominated him standing and on the ground?
It's never a fluke when someone is trying to do something but both were examples of guys just getting caught.
This, until the day someone trips and lands on the opponents knee knocking themselves unconscious its not luck or a fluke
Two low-percentage moves imo
In a fight things happen. I try not to consider flukes because fights are unpredictable. Your goal is to put the other guy out and that’s what happened. Uriah Hall always throws spinning shit and this time it connected.
There's levels of flukeyness.
Hall's kick landing like that, with moose ducking into it made it particularly flukey.
But moose's upkick was simply very well timed. but I think it caused a flukey ish result.
Jacare would have won that fight 8 times out of 10.
The more unlikely the move lands, the more flukey. Flukey is just another word for unlikely.
But flukey sounds catchier.
No flukes, it just goes to show anyone can win any given night.
2 guys could fight 1000 times with 1000 different results. Every single kind of finish, in that case, would statistically seem like a fluke.
how? hall KOd him as intended. No fluke there
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