Wondering what you guys think of how these two match up. Lately I've been seeing more and more people claiming that Nick's style has nothing to offer GSP, but I really don't see it that way. GSP's top control is really good, but imo the most dangerous person off of their back that he's fought was Condit, and he managed to remain pretty active and even pull off a sweep or two. I think Nick's guard is a caliber above Condit's. Nick has a much more aggressive, submission oriented ground-game, and I think it could pose problems. Clearly GSP has the ability to dictate where the fight takes place, but I'm not convinced that he'll be able to relax anywhere the fight goes. I've noticed that GSP's striking usually revolves around him bullying his opponent and pressing forward with a dynamic mixture of jabs/kicks. We've seen this against Condit (among others). But how will he respond to the pressure Nick will put on him? A lot of you will bring up the Condit fight to discredit Nick's striking, but I don't see that as a valid comparison. MMA math doesn't work, and GSP's style is different than Condit's. I would think GSP's best bet would to kick Nick's legs as much as possible. Regardless, I think the striking in this match will be much more competitive than people think. IMO a hard fight to call, but being a fan of Diaz I am pulling for him to get the upset. I either see this as a submission or TKO finish from Nick, or GSP scores a UD. Cliffs: Diaz's BJJ and High pressure striking / GSP's great top-game and Dynamic striking Who has the stylistic edge and why? Any insight you'd like to share is welcome.