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Are we getting to an Era where its almost impossible to take someone down?

Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by L3g3ndz**, Dec 18, 2012.

  1. L3g3ndz** Banned Banned

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    Where strikers are getting really good at stuffing the takedowns and most fights being on the feet?
     
  2. D.R.H. If you haven't heard...I'm the best! Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    No even remotely.
     
  3. Scoop Brown Belt

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    Huh? No?
     
  4. Michael13 Black Belt

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    No.

    Plenty of strikers get taken down all the time.
     
  5. El Chimpo Cruel Man Platinum Member

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    not to long ago people thought the opposite
     
  7. MrWhiteBelt Orange Belt

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    Not even close.
     
  8. WINNERBYTWISTER Purple Belt

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    I dont think so.

    Why do you ask?
     
  9. MuyThaiTom Brown Belt

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    If we were I could bare to watch a GSP fight.
     
  10. tkotom Fedor belt

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    There are always gonna be guys that are difficult to take down.. Cro Cop.. Chuck..

    People have their own style. There are no eras of takedown.
     
  11. DarthChen731 Gold Belt

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    facepalm...sigh...this shouldnt even need answering...
     
  13. Bronson Purple Belt

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    The age of nanobots and unstoppable takedown defense. Will be remembered for the latter.
     
  14. Zatara Green Belt

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    was this meant to be a troll thread?
     
  15. hussar922 Brown Belt

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    what? we must be watching very different mma
     
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    I would say it's an era of more well rounded fighters which = strikers with better TDD. By no means are fighters getting impossible to take down.
     
  18. maddwarf Green Belt

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    ok heres what happend. Ts got wasted and stumbled upon a K-1 card and was blown away by everyones insane TDD!!
     
  19. CrazyLikeAFox Orange Belt

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    Nope. Not even close. No way. Dumb question. BAN!
     
  20. JiuJizzle Blue Belt

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    Lets ask Mike Ricci.
     

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