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What are Joseph Barajas' chances to beat Marlon Moraes?

Discussion in 'Worldwide MMA Discussion' started by shonuf, Feb 16, 2016.

  1. shonuf Titanium Belt Platinum Member

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    http://www.sherdog.com/fighter/Joseph-Barajas-76876

    Anyone know much about him? I see he's only had the 1 WSOF fight and i can't say i really remember it. But he's 12-1 with 4 KO/TKO (33%)3 SUBMISSIONS (25%)5 DECISIONS (42%)

    Anyone think it will be a good fight? What are his strengths? How's his chin, etc?
     
  2. chunglii No Me Duele

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    This looks like a good ol' Coker Special.
     
  3. Lucifer Alpha The Catastrophe Double Yellow Card

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    Never heard of him if that helps. I imagine it does.
     
  5. Kalmah Gold Belt

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    Slim to none.
     
  6. beefcake180 Aces Wild

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    Yeah very little chance here. Kakai had his way with him from what I can remember
     
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    Same, never saw him fighting
     
  8. M Raid K Black Belt

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    Barajas is an awkward fighter, constantly switching stances and looking to counter. Sirwan Kakai beat him, so Moraes can certainly beat him.
     
  9. SeoulRome Blue Belt

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    Not great and I think Moraes is already looking past him, talking about taking a bunch of fights at 145 or even 155 this year. He claims it's because he wants to stay busy, but a large part of it is probably him wanting to get through all the fights on his current contract in a timely manner.
     
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    They had better guys
     
  11. lykae23 Student of the Gentle Art

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    Well iirc after Barajas, Marlon only has one more fight in his WSOF contract.
    But to answer the question, I'd give Barajas maybe a 5% chance to land a lucky shot or for Marlon to get injured. Otherwise (more likely), I'd say Moraes inside two rounds.
     
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    I think Thompson had a better chance beating Ubereem than Barajas does.
     
  13. shonuf Titanium Belt Platinum Member

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    man, you guys got me so excited now. lol :(
     
  14. Fahrenheit1221 Gold Belt

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    I'm rooting for Moraes. He should have more exposure by now.
     
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    Well looks like everyone hear was basically right lol.
     

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