Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by Bmartin89, Jul 28, 2016.
Book it: Woodley will take Robbie Lawler's soul
Woodley got this easily.
Woodley by Athleticxplosive KO.
Lawler has been in too many wars lately and it will catchup with him sooner than later.
Hell if Condit was able to knock Lawler down with a jab in the first round..then Woodley just might finally put the lights out.
This should be a very competitive fight, but I'll take Lawler by TKO in round 4 or 5 over a gassed out Woodley.
Robert does the KOing my son.
Jesus. All I read was 'Robbie Lawler out'.
Freaked out for a second.
I think this is the best match up Robbie has in the top 5. He's putting Woodley to sleep early for a change.
True that, predicting Woodley will grind Robbie for most of the fight and will then knock him out in the 4th or 5th.
I got Lawler by later round KO/TKO
I agree, Woodley has this in the bag.
He's in his prime both mentally and physically.
Lawler's granite chin is past its expiration point.
"Fighter A is going to knockout fighter B, mark my words." (no fight analysis provided to support bold claim)
Woodley will knock his own teeth out when he rams his own face into Lawlers fist.
Woodley is some huge KO artist now
With how people talk about him you would think the guy has knocked out all the best fighters
Because woodley is known to do well in championship rounds and not gas, OK
It could happen, but I am willing to bet Lawler outlasts him and finishes late in the fight.
You would think. Wrestlers do tend to pick up knockout power quickly, probably due to a well-developed posterior chain, plus significantly less fear of a takedown attempt by their opponent, but people forget just how hard Robbie hits, and he's fairly accurate as well. He knocked out Melvin Manhoef, granted Melvin's chin has diminished greatly, doesn't mean he hits any softer these days. I think Robbie is most likely to turn this into a drawn-out back and forth fight. As much as I'd like to see a finish, I'd also like to see how Woodley does over the course of a 5-round fight. I think it's the last thing he needs to really bring out his potential.
I'm favoring Lawler to win, however.