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Fedor would light JDS up on the feet.

Discussion in 'The Lightweights' started by Mixfight, Aug 17, 2015.

  1. Mixfight Banned Banned

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    Prime JDS was a lot faster and would give the current Fedor big problems but the JDS who fought Stipe would get lit up by Fedor. Slow and predictable and Fedors punches would find his chin. JDS striking is overrated and a guy with Fedors handspeed will land on him a lot.

    Im sure this will get flamed but anyone who has watched JDS fight with Stipe knows Fedor can strike with him all day.
     
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    But really... I agree with you to an extent. That extent being that Fedor could outstrike him. "Light him up" though is a bit much.
     
  3. GordaoPreguico Red Belt

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    You need to clarify you say Prime JDS but dont say which Fedor you are basing your assumption off of. Pride Fedor? Maybe to a probably but current Fedor vs current JDS is a win for JDS in my book.
     
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    Sure, prime Fedor could find his chin, but that does not guarantee victory. JDS has an iron chin, I'm not sure Fedor could KO him.
     
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    JDS isn't a can, don't fool yourself.
     
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    Does anyone really think Fedor is going to sign with the UFC?
     
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    would watch
     
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    Dude stfu about JDS bring past it, Stipe is an excellent opponent and JDS won 4 rounds to one. Even if he didn't look like a god, it's just one fight anyways.

    Fedor is in fucking retirement on the other hand... who do you really think is more past it lol
     
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    I think he'd probably lose in the standup but then again, prime JDS was getting tagged a lot by a past his prime Cro Cop so it's tough to say. It'd be an interesting fight but I'd give the slight edge to JDS. Would be hoping for Fedor to take his head off though
     
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    Lmao,you needed to take attention to JDS isn't prime now,but Fedor's in middle of his Pride day,right ?

    The truth is no one knows how Fedor would comeback and that is a much bigger question mark than whether JDS slowed down or not.
     
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    He shouldn't, the myth was busted as soon as he got the taste of "UFC level guys" in Strikeforce, 3 times in a row. He's a guy who's career was built on tune up fight after tune up fight. He's had a 2-3 notable wins. Unless he's struggling for cash, he should try and keep what little of he's legacy is left.
     
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    Even current Fedor.
     
  15. TheComebackKid Banned Banned

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    JDS at his best wins a striking battle with Fedor
     
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    All depends how much Fedor has declined as well. present day both fighters are probably not near where they were.
     
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    Pre-Cain II JDS vs Pride Fedor would be a contest of epic proportions. I don't know who would win and I honestly don't care, I'd probably just be in awe at the fight.
     
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    thirsty troll is thirsty. here is a sprite.


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    There is no difference, its the same JDS and he was just in a tough fight. Its funny how mma fans claim that fighters change their status fight to fight. I guess by your standard TS, you can apply to this to any fighter. Robbie Lawler, Johny Hendricks, Cain Velasquez, Glover Teixera etc.

    These guy aren't perfect and will not dominate every opponent start to finish. That is how the fight game works, I still dont understand how mma fans who watch this sport for years cant comprehend this. Its the same god dam fighter, he happened to fight a tough opponent coming of a long lay off.

    As for FEdor/JDS? Its a very tough match up for both guys, hard to say
     

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