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  1. somedumbrookie White Belt

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    Matt brown in my opinion is the opposite of clay guida.

    Matt brown fast pace and aggressive
    Clay guida fast pace but passive

    Matt brown aggressive striker
    Clay guida passive wrestler

    Matt brown finisher
    Clay guida decision fighter

    Anything else you want to add that has to do with fighting style
     
  2. BrazilianDude Gold Belt

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    I don't think Guida is passive, except in the fight against Maynard.
    He is usually aggressive, but does not connect much. I think he improved in his last fight though.
    I agree he is more of a decision fighter.
    Both seem to be very fast paced fighters
     
  3. DownwardStrike Purple Belt

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    But they both have fast pace?
     
  4. Ben Askren is the opposite of Matt Brown
     
  5. Sole Sole Calibur

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    You're just some dumb rookie, TS.
     
  6. JustinvR Brown Belt

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    Both have brown hair and are caucasian, so noo. They also fight at a high pace.
    A true opposite of Guida would be all that you mentioned, but is tall, dark skinned with blue hair and fights at very slow pace.
     
  7. CouchPro** Blue Belt

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    Matt likes sitting down for a quiet family dinner.
    Clay jumps up and down throwing food on everyone.
     
  8. Mma Adiction Brown Belt

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    isnt the opposit of fast pace low pace?
     
  9. pclanadmin2 SFA3 Belt

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  11. Silent311 Yellow Belt

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    Guida is the belching carpenter... you cant compare Brown to him. He doesnt even have long hair.
     
  12. Jesse James Chastity Belt

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    May "pace" be with each & everyone of you!
     
  13. IloveTHIS Humble Narcissist

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    why.........why does it matter? what is the point of this comparison?
     
  14. FC PRIDE Orange Belt

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    Nailed it!
     
  15. SCADA Guest

    Cliffs....

    They are both hairy bastards.
     
  16. MajJ Banned Banned

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    hahaha legit lol'd
     
  17. BiasBEgone Purple Belt

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    Thats what i first noticed. Seems like a stupid thread to me.
     
  18. elzar Red Belt

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    clay's fought much harder competition: nate diaz, diego, gomi , grey, bendo, pettis, mendes.

    brown's toughest opponents: lytle, dong hyun kim, swick, pyle, mein

    maybe this is a fruitless comparison.
     
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    cool thread
     

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