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Old 07-02-2009, 06:02 AM
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Dude, the guy went 106-5 overall in 4 years of NCAA Division I wrestling, he was the runner-up in 1999 and champion in 2000. You think a power double leg alone is going to win a championship and have him receive an offer to join the U.S.A. Olympic wrestling team? Get real man!

And go back and read what you just typed: "brocks not even a temendous wrestler", then you finish with "hes such a good wrestler".

i ment technique wise thats what we have been talking about the whole time technique and skill....His wrestling is very effective but not very technical........ Mir is the more skilled fighter... One year of training doesnt change that because in the year brock has been getting better frank has too.

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Old 07-02-2009, 09:26 AM
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brock will lose, period. I don't know why anyone thinks differently. He will have to rely on "a punchers chance" to win this fight.
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Old 07-02-2009, 09:26 AM
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brock will lose, period. I don't know why anyone thinks differently. He will have to rely on "a punchers chance" to win this fight.
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Old 07-02-2009, 12:08 PM
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brock will lose, period. I don't know why anyone thinks differently. He will have to rely on "a punchers chance" to win this fight.
Brock controls the fight, where he wants it, it will go there, Mir knows that, he even admitted it. All Brock has to do is avoid getting his leg caught and he will be just fine. Even Mir admitted after their first fight that he gave up trying for Brock's arms because they're too big so he decided to go for a leg. Brock made a rookie mistake "giving" him the leg. It just won't happen again. Mir is going to me pummeled and he won't have Mazz there to save him this time.
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Old 07-03-2009, 12:28 AM
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brock will lose, period. I don't know why anyone thinks differently. He will have to rely on "a punchers chance" to win this fight.
don't be surprised to see Brock in side control and smashing Mir's face until the ref stops it.
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Old 07-03-2009, 12:55 AM
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lol. He didnt give him the leg the first time. Mir took it, and Lesnar tapped. He couldn't pull his leg from Mirs little arms, and he was tapping like a school girl for Maz to save him. end of fight...
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Old 07-03-2009, 12:47 PM
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Brock had the chance to step back and didn't take it - thats when Mir got the knee bar. Go watch it again.
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Old 07-03-2009, 01:14 PM
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lol. He didnt give him the leg the first time. Mir took it, and Lesnar tapped. He couldn't pull his leg from Mirs little arms, and he was tapping like a school girl for Maz to save him. end of fight...
It was a rookie mistake, Brock gave him the leg out of inexperience, get over it. It's not going to happen again.
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Old 07-03-2009, 05:16 PM
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I have been doing mma and bjj for about 3.5 yrs, I am not all that by any stretch but I can hold my own. I focus HARD on technique so I am confident in my craft. 2 months ago a buddy of mine came in and wanted to roll. My friend has been raised on a farm his whole life, i have at least 15 lbs on him and 3.5 yrs of practice. Just because of his strength alone it took me about 8 min to submit him. I would get something and he would muscle out of it before i could lock it in. Now like I said, I aint the man so I sent him down to a friend in Hammond La. who has a Gracie bjj school and they said that after 2 wks he was tapping almost everyone.

The point is, Technique and knowledge is only part of the fight game, and it can be taught, natural ability and strength cant be taught and when served up in big enough portions, it can overcome technique. You dont have to believe me but I bet Randy does.
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Old 07-03-2009, 08:26 PM
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I have been doing mma and bjj for about 3.5 yrs, I am not all that by any stretch but I can hold my own. I focus HARD on technique so I am confident in my craft. 2 months ago a buddy of mine came in and wanted to roll. My friend has been raised on a farm his whole life, i have at least 15 lbs on him and 3.5 yrs of practice. Just because of his strength alone it took me about 8 min to submit him. I would get something and he would muscle out of it before i could lock it in. Now like I said, I aint the man so I sent him down to a friend in Hammond La. who has a Gracie bjj school and they said that after 2 wks he was tapping almost everyone.

The point is, Technique and knowledge is only part of the fight game, and it can be taught, natural ability and strength cant be taught and when served up in big enough portions, it can overcome technique. You dont have to believe me but I bet Randy does.
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Ive been doing bjj for about7.5 months and after winning my bracket I did the absolute under 200 and I managed to beat one of Renzo's blue belts by 2 points by just being quicker and stronger then him and I just normaly ended up on top when we got into scrambles(alot of this was luck)and the final score was 12 10. yea then I got killed by his coach in the next round (he was a BB under Renzo)and I think I stalled for almost 3 mins then got tapped with the score 9-2 (I think he let me sweep him)

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