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Bisping vs Munoz..who would have won?

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  1. EvanSullivan Yellow Belt

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    I just remembered that Munoz was supposed to face Bisping untill Bisping got hurt and then Machida stepped in. I think Bisping would have won a very one sided UD
     
  2. MuayThaiBX Black Belt

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    Bisping by decision. He doesn't have the power that has hurt Munoz in the past but his volume and speed would work well here. I think Bisping's TDD would fair pretty well against Munoz's wrestling. Munoz would be able to keep it close and maybe steal a round but that's it.
     
  3. PSX Purple Belt

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    Bisping's counter wrestling would've been enough to neutralize Munoz. Bisping by decision.
     
  4. witt1021 Blue Belt

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    agree with both the last two posters
     
  5. DoUEvenLiftBro Brown Belt

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    I usually pick Bisping. Not because I think he's good, but his point-fighting style works well. Munoz would have been an interesting matchup, since Munoz does have KO power standing. Bisping always gets tagged standing in his fights, so I wouldn't have ruled out Munoz winning by KO. We forget, but Munoz does have legitimate KO power. He put Dolloway away in seconds.
     
  6. Augustus Caesar Festina Lente Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    I think Bisping would have been able to stuff his takedowns and win a UD.
     
  7. IloveTHIS Humble Narcissist

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    Bisping would easily handle him. Especially in a 5 rounder.
     
  8. LNP 101 Banned Banned

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    I think Munoz would wreck him.
    Heavy hands. Good TDs.
     
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    Bisping is just a bad match-up for Munoz.
     
  10. Selukrid612 Red Belt

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    Probably Bisping, but I wouldn't count Munoz out.
     
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  12. fernandom Purple Belt

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    Good TDs? No way
     
  13. IngaVovchanchyn Plutonium Belt Platinum Member

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    I would favor Bisping in that fight.
     
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    I think Munoz take him down in each rounds, control Bisping from start to finish to win a UD.
     
  15. MuyThaiTom Brown Belt

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    Bisping by ud. Takedown defense and jabs.

    I like Munoz but he overachieved in making himself a borderline contender for a while. He is scrappy but just not a real top 10 guy.
     
  16. linvillegorge Silver Belt

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    Likely Bisping. People like to knock the guy, but he's a damn good fighter. He'd be far superior to Munoz on the feet and he has pretty solid takedown defense, not to mention a pretty decent chin if he did get clipped. Getting KO'd by a full on H-bomb does not equal a bad chin.
     
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    this
     
  18. RoninJin Holla At Me If You Like My Avatar

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    if Munoz can repeat what Kennedy did, then he can take it
     

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