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Old 06-08-2009, 07:22 PM
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this happened in the first round and I think it make the difference in the fight. not just in the way of punching but for the chokes he tried near the end. I think his left hand was hurt aswell. he was throwing the left hook as a slap like in king of Pancreas
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Old 06-08-2009, 09:25 PM
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Brown would win ANOTHER rematch.
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Old 06-08-2009, 09:47 PM
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Brown would win ANOTHER rematch.
maybe Iam just saying that that hand put any chance of him winning out the window and it happened in the first round.and there needs to be a third fight at some point well if brown can take Aldo
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Old 06-08-2009, 09:58 PM
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maybe Iam just saying that that hand put any chance of him winning out the window and it happened in the first round.and there needs to be a third fight at some point well if brown can take Aldo
a third fight would be dumb, what happenes if urijah wins a 4th fight and what if urijah wins that one are they gonna have a 5th fight to even the score..... Naw there are a bunch of upcoming fw's to have new matchups not the same recycled one over and over... Urijah had two chances and lost.
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Old 06-08-2009, 10:00 PM
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a third fight would be dumb, what happenes if urijah wins a 4th fight and what if urijah wins that one are they gonna have a 5th fight to even the score..... Naw there are a bunch of upcoming fw's to have new matchups not the same recycled one over and over... Urijah had two chances and lost.
so your not going to give him a shot if he kills every one else at the weight like he has been
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Old 06-08-2009, 10:32 PM
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I'll say it again.

We may never know if Urijah would have won. However, we do know he held the belt for an age, that he was injured, and that dispite that injury in the first round, he was never finished

I think that once he recovers they will make this a trilogy.

Until then, watch Jose Aldo
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Old 06-09-2009, 12:15 AM
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I noticed near the end of the fight Faber was throwing slaps more then he was throwing bombs, I think trying to compensate for his broken hand he might have inured it to a degree as well. I have to give mad props to him for sticking it out with a broken hand, I know how painful they can be, punches blocks, elbows and pressure on the forearm is a crazy crazy pain.

As for a Brown vs Faber, I know there will be a 3rd one down the line. Its already being questioned the performance Brown put on. Your suppose to be the best with 1 punch power but a guy with 1 hand gave you all you could handle for 5 rounds.
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Old 06-09-2009, 12:55 AM
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Does seem odd to have another rematch so soon.

Rich lost to Silva, got the rematch, lost, didn't fight him again.

Matt lost to GSP, got the rematch, lost, didn't fight him again.

Not saying it WON'T happen and I realize the circumstances are a bit different but still. Just seems odd to have another rematch with Brown and Faber any time soon.
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Old 06-09-2009, 02:14 AM
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Brown would've won whether faber broke his hand or not... and faber still could've won even with a broken hand but didn't


joe riggs beat phil baroni with 2 broken hands!!!!
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Old 06-09-2009, 02:22 AM
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Its no excuse, he is the one who punched wrong and broke his own hand.
When you're striking is so unorthodox this is going to happen,
but the bottom line is, if he was the better man he would have won anyway.

Fedor has broken his hand in several fights,
he also fought Mark Hunt with broken toes.

Rich Franklin, broke his hand, still won.

The better fighter usually wins (aside from some odd occurrences),
and Brown has beaten Faber twice in convincing fashion.
IMO, if Faber wouldn't have been backpeddling so much, he would have been finished.
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