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How are Nog's chances against Cain?

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  1. seanb1979 Brown Belt

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    If he gets a title shot, and comes in with great cardio, I think he matches up well. He got caught in the last fight, but his movement and boxing seem much better now. And his grappling is always good. Cain will have a hard time maintaining top position and avoiding sweeps and subs. I think eventually Nog could submit him. Hell, maybe even land a shot and get a tko/ko.

    Thoughts?
     
  2. kmasonbx Brown Belt

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    The pace would be way too much for Nog and it would be another finish for Cain. Nog has nothing for Cain.
     
  3. Hanoi Rox Black Belt

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    I think that Nog's second fight with Mir proved that Nog is no longer near the top of the division.
     
  4. Fists of Fire Silver Belt

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    He would not do very well.
     
  5. EJRMAN513 Black Belt

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    He's still top 10 and he almost won that fight
     
  6. Emporio Alnino 1152

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    c'mon man...
     
  7. lilotaku Stop being shertarded!

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    Gotta love a warrior like Nog, but he's just past his prime. He can definitely put up a great fight, but I just don't think he can hang out with the sharks anymore.
     
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    I thought you were joking, Nog does not need another Fedor like beatdown which is what would most likely happen not to mention he can't take those kind of beatings anymore. Nog's had his time and he'll be remembered as a great, but I can't see him making a run at the title, forget about beating Cain.
     
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    Are you for serious ?
     
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    lol Are you serious? Cain was lighting up Nog in their fight and he barely broke a sweat before KOing him.

    (The difference between that KO and Dos Santos' on Cain was that Dos Santos was not clearly winning the stand up battle before the knock down.)
     
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    Hahaha! Lol but Nog is a warrior though.
     
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    REVENGE FOR ME AND MASTER

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  16. EJRMAN513 Black Belt

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    I chuckled.
     
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    He got caught??? No he got knocked the fuck out
     
  18. kmasonbx Brown Belt

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    This makes no sense. He had Mir badly hurt, got nervous when he got warned for striking to the back of the head, and probably underrated Mir's ground game and got subbed. It's not like he got dominated.
     
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    Apparently 2004..
     
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    Big Nog was close to TKO'ing Mir, and Mir is very dangerous and powerful with his submissions. This bout showed both are dangerous.
     

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