Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by DeeDubb, Jul 30, 2016.
And any chance of seeing those as gifs side by side?
My fucking bank account noticed it. Only 2 fights I bet on tonight. 0-2. haha.
All you need in mma is an over hand right to get far. LoL it's kinda sad.
They're the same person
Either trolling or literally the worst poster on here, can't tell which.
You're a sucker to bet on MMA anyway. Glad you lost.
It's fun, and you're a dick.
Similar to JDS against Hunto too, especially the way Robbie was suddenly flat-footed and inching backward just before it happened.
Of course the difference with Hunto was he just smashed his toe to smithereens and had become flat-footed due to trying to work out why his foot was numb, but aside from that, virtually identical.
Totally different set-ups (Ellenberger's was off a double jab, Woodley's off of feints), cage location (Ellenberger in the open, Woodley had Lawler against the cage), circumstances (Ellenberger was backing Brown up with his high-pressure double jab, Woodley had Lawler bite on his fake right before throwing the real one). Was the trajectory even the same ? Don't know what you're seeing, TS.
You know what else is fun? Running into traffic on the freeway.
I'm not a dick i just don't waste money.
I didn't see that at all
Get some god damn gifs in this
Identical punches? Illuminati confirmed.
Ok, i found some MP4s.
Both had sort of a double pump jab followed by a lunging overhand right while the opponent was flat footed going backwards.
yea, from the first punch Woodley missed. I thought "he really thinks he can catch Lawler with the same shit Brown got caught with? lol"
and Bang, it happened.
I was going off of memory, since I didn't have the pictures when I started the thread, but even with the pictures, there are definitely a lot of similarities in the set up and how the opponent responded.
At the very least I noticed the way they closed the distance was very similar.
There are only so many ways an overhand right can look ts
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