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Old 04-14-2009, 08:53 PM
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He tried that flying kick when he fought Nate that got him taken down. That was a mistake. You could also say that fighting Lutter on 2 bad knees was a mistake.
Was it a mistake to try the flying knee...I dont think one take down is a mistake if your Anderson Silva.

Fighting injured is not a mistake.
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Old 04-15-2009, 01:09 AM
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Was it a mistake to try the flying knee...I dont think one take down is a mistake if your Anderson Silva.
depends what happens when he gets taken down. Nate could not make Silva pay for the flying knee but other fighters might. The fact that he did a reckless move that got him taken down shows that that move was a mistake.
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Old 04-15-2009, 03:35 AM
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The horse is dead... stop it.


And he later came back to triangle and elbow Lutter into submission all having done with right after knee surgery.
Well, in fairness, just because you win the fight in the end,
doesn't mean you were never in trouble.
Him winning doesn't mean Lutter did come a hair from finishing him, now does it?

and yes, he was several weeks out from double knee surgery,
but Lutter was completely out of shape and dehydrated from trying to make weight, I call it even.


Anderson is incredible, but I hate it when people make him out to be bulletproof.
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Old 04-15-2009, 04:22 AM
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Well, in fairness, just because you win the fight in the end,
doesn't mean you were never in trouble.
Him winning doesn't mean Lutter did come a hair from finishing him, now does it?

and yes, he was several weeks out from double knee surgery,
but Lutter was completely out of shape and dehydrated from trying to make weight, I call it even.


Anderson is incredible, but I hate it when people make him out to be bulletproof.
agreed
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