Perosh vs Bader UFC fight night 33 Australia

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  1. doit1time

    doit1time Orange Belt

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    This is looking great for a free card!

    Mark Hunt vs. Antonio Silva
    Mauricio Rua vs. James Te Huna
    Anthony Perosh vs. Ryan Bader
    Pat Barry vs. Soa Palelei
    Dylan Andrews vs. Clint Hester
     
  2. DaleyChamp

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    They keep trying to build Bader back up with easy fights. He will stop Perosh in a minute or so. They should give Bader someone that he has to fight for his job against. Not an easy fight like this again.
     
  3. ufcfan4

    ufcfan4 Can't Andle The Riddum

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    Barry, Shogun, Bader are all in fights where Dana and co. almost assuredly want them to win and rebuild. However, theyre also in fights where the other guy could pull off the win.

    Te Huna, like Shogun, is an aggressive killer. He may not have the overall skills but he's definitely got the wrestling to put Shogun on his back and he's a tenacious striker.

    Perosh has been looking solid. It's almost a given that he's going to get his chin checked by a bader hook or overhand but who knows if he catches Bader with something first and then finishes him on the ground.

    Barry has the style to beat Palelei but Palelei has power and Barry has a mediocre chin.


    card is looking good for sure.
     
  4. Hanri

    Hanri Black Belt

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    This is literally worst possible fight for Perosh.
     
  5. scrap style**

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    Wow bader is going to kill him
     
  6. feedhimbrah

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    Shouldn't underestimate perosh mate....
     
  7. king of theRing

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    If tito can almost knock out bader then anyone with a pulse has a chance to do it also
     
  8. EARLOBE

    EARLOBE Brown Belt

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    I agree with you only on Perosh. It looks to me like they're trying to build up Te Huna by giving him a very winnable fight over a big name in Shogun.

    Barry vs. Palelei is just a matter of two low ranked HW's going at it. They'll push whoever wins.
     
  9. countswagula

    countswagula Gold Belt

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    They just gave him freaking Glover, I don't see the problem in stepping down the competition a bit.

    Edit: Holy dyslexia batman
     
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    Goddamn, this is one of the worst possible matchups for Perosh.
     
  11. Loops

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    i thought the ufc was trying to build vinny against Perosh , we all know how that went. Lol at the people who are counting out Perosh ...
     
  12. machine85

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    I'll be rooting for Hunt, Bader, Te Huna and Palelei!
     
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    But, you know, like, Vinny's no good, Bader is legit top 10.
     
  14. Chules

    Chules @UVEE'S BESTIE

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    Such a gimme fight for Bader.

    Hope Perosh KOs him
     
  15. Mufasatheking

    Mufasatheking Purple Belt

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    Perosh is a ground guy with a mediocre chin. He wont be able to get Bader down and bader has a ton of power.

    Saying that Bader also has a suspect chin so youve got a point.
     
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    ostlerrage Black Belt

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    Even aussies have to admit Perosh is in a world of hurties.
     
  17. TankAbbott4Eva

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    Hmm, well I'm glad they've got all the top Aussies on the card, but I'm not sure I'd favour any of them to get the win unfortunately.
     
  18. SimonNova

    SimonNova Worship and forget

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    I kind of understand the matchup. Perosh is 41, fighting on his home turf, and appart from 7 seconds he looked good in the ufc at 205 lbs. I can see why they reward him with a high ranked name fighter like Bader. However the Bader that fought Glover will kill Perosh.
     
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    Don't like the Hippos chances here.
     
  20. Jose Aldo Nova

    Jose Aldo Nova in vino veritas Platinum Member

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    Perosh face II coming soon, to a television near you.

    Can someone post that, please?
     

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