Hector Lombard is a monster

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    He's fucking scary
     
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    you mean physically? Becose his ufc stint is less than impressive so far. Still want to see him getting destroyed by AS.
     
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    G-Sot also looking ready to fight some bears.
     
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    Eh, he got outpointed in his both losses, hurting his opponents rather bad in both occasions.

    "Monster" is pretty good way too put it... Immobile, straightforward monster, that's easy to outmaneuver, basically. :icon_chee
     
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    Too top heavy.
     
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    Thank you, kind sir.
     
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    You cant even see his legs!
     
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    haha!:p
     
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    Muscles need oxygen. Between a rough cut at 170 and his Phil Baroni-esque beach muscles, I don't see good things ahead for Mr. Lombard.
     
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    palhares is just as ripped.. he's short so it's decieving.
     
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    Exactly.

    I wonder how he would fair if he needed to go the distance. His fight with Okami was not too impressive.
     
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    This angle makes G-Sot's old man chest look almost normal.
     
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    Lol. One of his ab muscles is as big as one of G-sots chest muscles.
     
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    One word came to mind looking at that photo
     
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    If muscle mass mattered in the UFC, he'd be a champ already.
     
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    Well, at least we know which way he leans now....:redface:
     
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    He's 1-2. But if he can't beat Nate, I'm sure he'll be on a train to wsof
     

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