Discussion in 'The Wasteland' started by Mixfight, Jul 8, 2018.
Thanks, I retract my previous statement.
When a fighter is flipping over to make an effort to stop an attack......You're confusing it with some other fight.
What the hell is going on in here?
Woooo boy, if this was real life I would beat your head into the pavement so hard even your kids would come out brain damaged.
LHW power > HW power
But he has longer nails.
I think Anthony Johnson would also KO Stipe.
Where do you train, bro?
I can still remember when DC got subbed into the Grand Prix.
I was disapodisapp because I didn't know who he was and it took away some of the shine.......
Then he dumped Josh Barnett on his head and never looked back.
I'm afraid this would not be the case sir.
Move along now fatty.
Nah, but when LHWs who hit hard move up to HW, they have great speed and usually increase their already high (for their weight class) punching power. Cormier hits harder at HW, Henderson hit harder at LHW and HW.
Middleweights can bang, brah
God Melvin has so much fucking power. He is always so fucking dangerous no matter what just because of that.
Watching him vs Lawler, the whole time I'm thinking he is going to murder Lawler any minute now...He was slowly breaking him down hard.
Then Lawler swang for the fences and clocked him good.
Top 5 most exciting fights imo
Never seen anything like it
Lawler had wicked power at MW himself.
And pendulum-like legs
Plot twist DC is a MW wrestler (he wrestled at 184 aka God's Division). The best UFC HW got KOed by a MW wrestler... who was overweight at the time.
"In 2000, Cormier went 26-5. He entered the national tournament as the #3 seed at 184 pounds, but fell one match short of becoming an all-American (given to the top 8 finishers in each weight class). In 2001 Cormier went 27-5. He became an all-American by reaching the finals of the 184 pound weight class, where he lost to Cael Sanderson (aka God) 8-4. His final record was 53-10, with 27 falls. 6 of Cormier's losses were against Cael Sanderson." - Wikipedia
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