Gilbert 'Durinho' Burns vs Rashid Magomedov confirmed for UFC S

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  1. orlandod

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    Cool fight. I take Durinho by sub.

    The card so far:
    Main Event: Vitor Belfort x Dan Henderson
    Gleison Tibau x Abel Trujillo
    Rashid Magomedov x Gilbert Durinho
     
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    Nice. :icon_chee

    I thought that this might be the next matchup for both and was hoping to see it on UFC 191. That card still needs fights.
     
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    M Raid K Black Belt

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    If Magomedov can thwart Burns' takedowns, he should win because Burns was lit up by Alex "Cowboy" Oliveira and I bet that Magomedov is a better striker than Oliveira.

    P. S. The UFC doesn't give Russian/Dagestani/Ukranian fighters any favourable match-ups at all. Tumenov -> Jouban, Krylov - Marcos Rogerio de Lima (who's dangerous as hell), Magomedov -> Burns...
     
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    Burns gonna get TKO'd in this one
     
  5. KhabibTheBeagle

    KhabibTheBeagle Papi de la Sherdog

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    Burns is one of my favourite prospects, really pulling for him to get a sub in this one.
    War Durinho!
     
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    KhabibTheBeagle Papi de la Sherdog

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    Tumenov-Jouban could easily be FOTY. I'm calling that shit right now. Also, Jouban via hard-fought decision.
     
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    They don't get booked often enough either. It's a pain to be a fan of the eastern european guys; they only get booked like twice a year max.
     
  8. orlandod

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    There are american fighters who fight even less than that (Pettis, Cain, etc) :icon_chee
     
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    KhabibTheBeagle Papi de la Sherdog

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    If I were Joe Silva/Sean Selby, I'd have Tumenov and Taisumov on every card I could. Dudes bring the heat.
     
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    Jouban isn't a very dangerous opponent for Tumenov, imo I think Albert KOs him. I do agree Krylov and Magomedov's opponents do have a possible chance at winning.
     
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    Magomedov opens as the underdog, and wins by decision as the underdog.
     
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    I agree that jouban isn't dangerous for Tumenov. Everything Jouban does, Tumenov does better.
     

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