Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by copyandpasteguy, Dec 16, 2016.
I can see it.
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Thick. Solid. Tight. Match up.
Weird. Both are only 2 years apart, both are the same size. But I still feel like it's an unfair match up. It feels like a 35 year old prime fighter vs a young 18 year old who isn't seasoned yet. But somehow they're only 2 years apart
That's why I want Gall to win. He would sub Perry.
Perry is five years older than Sage and Sage has been fighting for 5 months longer.
what are you smoking ? Sage is 5 years younger than Mike perry
Not a chance the UFC would ever make this match up lol.
Sage is actually 17. He's aging backward. Benjamin Button Northcutt.
Perry vs Meek if Perry wins.
Honestly I would love Perry vs Hector Lombard at 170.
Pretty sure they fight in different divisions and you're an idiot.
Sage is fighting Gall at 170 and fought bam bam at 170 albeit on short notice. I expect his futre is at 170 as cutting weight is hard with age.
Hendo won btw
Pretty sure you're still an idiot anyway.
Not sure why tho..
Why? Are you trying to get Sage killed?
you nailed it.
But Jouban will be no pushover
I imagine he WILL need more than just pushes to down Jouban.
thankfully he's a black belt in those hands.
So what? When I see Mike Perry fight and Sage fight, it feels like I'm watching two guys who have a 10 year gap of experience and toughness.
You said there was only 2 years of difference between them, which is false.
Also he will forever be only 19, so 5 years from now he will be 10 years younger
Nah, that's fucking retarded.
Gall is a no one. He might be a phenom, he might be alright, or he might suck - CM Punk and the MMA photographer aren't enough to gauge anything.
Sage needs the Matt Riddle treatment. The guy has good offense - he hits strong doubles and blitzes well with his strikes. However, he's clearly very inexperienced off his back and has poor general ringsmanship, referring to his tendency to expend a lot of energy early. He needs to fight the barely UFC guys for a few years and really season himself.
Perry already finished HGL and Danny Roberts; some people might get cheeky and post a 'who' gif, but those are legit guys. Not top echelon guys by any means, but anyone who knows them knows they're good mid-level fighters that have a steady upswing.
Perry needs to keep moving slowly up into the top 20, while Sage, win or lose, needs to fight the very bottom rung just for the experience - he's more of an investment.
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