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Old 10-17-2010, 07:48 AM
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I am gutted I missed this card live and on TV.

Looks like Bisping has a great fight and showing maturity - he may beat AS yet!

Hardy took his defeat will well - I love that man. Good win for Condit.
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Old 10-17-2010, 09:08 AM
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It was definetly a badass card! Carlos looked great!

So did Bisping. If it wasn't for the stoppeg after the low blow I think Bisping could have finished him.


I wonder if the Outlaw will be a little more humble now???

ahhh doubt it
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Old 10-17-2010, 09:45 AM
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Con did in 1 round what Gsp couldn't do in 5 lol.

Sexy needs to leave, no take downs, no Judo. He has 0 cardio makes Penns old days look like he was a cardio freak.

Cheick needs to check himself out of the UFc.
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Old 10-17-2010, 01:15 PM
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I am gutted I missed this card live and on TV.

Looks like Bisping has a great fight and showing maturity - he may beat AS yet!

Hardy took his defeat will well - I love that man. Good win for Condit.
I am sure it will be rebroadcast, probably as counter programming to Strikeforce.

Regardless, I enjoyed this one, a lot more than 119 which I paid for.

Hardy does have class. I kind of enjoy his trash talking; it's really funny. Anyway I enjoy watching him, he never lacks intensity. I did enjoy watching Carlos win though; I have been following him since his WEC days. Looks like he has adjusted to the UFC.

Can Bisping beat AS? Hmm....
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Old 10-17-2010, 01:22 PM
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Can Bisping beat AS? Hmm....
Chael Sonnen couldn't stop Silva after he held him down and threw everything but the kitchen sink at him, and he was on teh juice.

What's Bisping gonna do? Circle right into one of Silva's counter shots and get fed a 4oz sleeping pill?
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Old 10-17-2010, 01:24 PM
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Con did in 1 round what Gsp couldn't do in 5 lol.

Sexy needs to leave, no take downs, no Judo. He has 0 cardio makes Penns old days look like he was a cardio freak.

Cheick needs to check himself out of the UFc.

I agree. Kongo(whose last win came from viciously elbow striking Paul Buentello's leg) looked like crap.
Browne looked like he took an online course to learn striking, and he still nearly beat Kongo.
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Old 10-17-2010, 01:33 PM
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Con did in 1 round what Gsp couldn't do in 5 lol.

Sexy needs to leave, no take downs, no Judo. He has 0 cardio makes Penns old days look like he was a cardio freak.

Cheick needs to check himself out of the UFc.
so that must make condit a better fighter ....

oh and anyone thinking bisping can beat AS? why do you think bisping wants a rematch with wanderlei? because he knows anderson would beat him like a stepchild ...
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Old 10-17-2010, 01:39 PM
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REALLY disappointed with Kongo.. he should have had two points taken. But the ref didn't seem to see him hold shorts through some of the 1st round.

Condit has always been a a hell of a fighter.. but I thought that Hardy could take him. But Rogan call it great... Condit had the tighter, better placed punch. We were about 3 inches away from a double KO.

Bisping beats Andy??? heheh... I REALLY don't see that.. but it would be fun to watch watch THAT fight.
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The way the Condit/Hardy fight ended reminded me of Evans/Liddell.

I thought there was a chance Browne might get knocked out early the way he had his hands down at the beginning. Is a draw considered a lose/lose or win/win or maybe a little bit of both?

Bisping looked hyper at the beginning and Akiyama did get that good punch in at the beginning that rocked him. I don't think Bisping would beat Anderson.

I thought the Hathaway/Pyle fight was good.
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The way the Condit/Hardy fight ended reminded me of Evans/Liddell.

I thought there was a chance Browne might get knocked out early the way he had his hands down at the beginning. Is a draw considered a lose/lose or win/win or maybe a little bit of both?
When Evans KO'd Chuck, he was literally a split-second away from landing that left hook that was coming behind the overhand right. If Chuck wouldn't have fallen so fast he would have gotten it even worse.

A draw is basically a lose/lose for everybody involved. The fighters, the fans, and the promotion.
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