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Old 05-16-2007, 04:26 AM   #1
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What are your predictions for the outcome of UFC 71? Here are mine:


Chuck Liddell vs. Quinton Jackson
Karo Parisyan vs. Josh Burkman
Keith Jardine vs. Houston Alexander
Ivan Salaverry vs. Terry Martin
Chris Leben vs. Kalib Starnes

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What are your predictions for the outcome of UFC 71? Here are mine:


Chuck Liddell vs. Quinton Jackson
Karo Parisyan vs. Josh Burkman
Keith Jardine vs. Houston Alexander
Ivan Salaverry vs. Terry Martin
Chris Leben vs. Kalib Starnes
I would have to agree with you on every fight except the Parisyan vs. Burkman... I just don't know who would win. The are both great fighters but Parisyan hasn't been impressing me after the Diego fight.

I'd like to see what Terry Martin is going to do to the 185 division. I always thought he was too flabby for the 205s so I'm glad he came down.

Now HOW do you think Quinton is going to win. I say 1 or 2 round KO.

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I would have to agree with you on every fight except the Parisyan vs. Burkman... I just don't know who would win. The are both great fighters but Parisyan hasn't been impressing me after the Diego fight.

I'd like to see what Terry Martin is going to do to the 185 division. I always thought he was too flabby for the 205s so I'm glad he came down.

Now HOW do you think Quinton is going to win. I say 1 or 2 round KO.

Wasnt Terry Martin's last fight in the 185 division? I thought he knocked that one guy out right at the start of the fight. He was a chunky monkey at 205!

As for Rampage...I think they will trade a lot in round one and Chuck may survive a take down...but I see round 2 stoppage to GnP by Rampage!!
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Wasnt Terry Martin's last fight in the 185 division? I thought he knocked that one guy out right at the start of the fight. He was a chunky monkey at 205!
yeah his last fight was in 185 and he did very well.

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As for Rampage...I think they will trade a lot in round one and Chuck may survive a take down...but I see round 2 stoppage to GnP by Rampage!!
That would be something.
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I dont know about the rampage fight, I watched thier pride fight the other day, and it was unimpressive as far as I'm concerned. Yes chuck lost, but he seemed so much smaller back then. IDK, should be a good fight, I like rampage personality wise, so I'd like to see him win.

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Old 05-20-2007, 07:18 PM   #6
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I don't know...

First people were saying Jeremy Horn has "never been knocked out" and will submit Chuck one way or another.. Chuck won!

Next, people said Tito Ortiz's time is NOW.. Ground and pound.. He's been training in high altitute and is more than ready... Chuck won!

The list goes on. How many people does Chuck need to knock out before somebody thinks he'll WIN?!

I mean, I'm glad they have a good card with Rampage, and I know the history from last time they met. But, aren't fighters completely different *better* after every fight?

I don't know who'll win anything because I don't follow every fight. If I'm up late at work, then I'll definately see the fights for FREE at youtube.com..

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I don't know...

First people were saying Jeremy Horn has "never been knocked out" and will submit Chuck one way or another.. Chuck won!

Next, people said Tito Ortiz's time is NOW.. Ground and pound.. He's been training in high altitute and is more than ready... Chuck won!

The list goes on. How many people does Chuck need to knock out before somebody thinks he'll WIN?!

I mean, I'm glad they have a good card with Rampage, and I know the history from last time they met. But, aren't fighters completely different *better* after every fight?

I don't know who'll win anything because I don't follow every fight. If I'm up late at work, then I'll definately see the fights for FREE at youtube.com..
I really dont think Chuck has been tested that much in his last few fights. He had a string of really early knock outs and wasnt getting much fight time in the cage...I think its all about what happens behind the scenes...and that means training. As long as both fighters have really been getting ready for this fight then it should be a great battle.

Also UFC is notorious for policing the hell outta their UFC material on youtube. It is hard as shit to find fights on there sometimes.
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Also UFC is notorious for policing the hell outta their UFC material on youtube. It is hard as shit to find fights on there sometimes.
Yes and no. If you search the night of the fight, you'll find it, easily. Like I said, I never missed a UFC. Shit, I watched the entire De La Hoya fight sitting at work lol. After it's been out for a while, they will cancel it from Youtube... Usually after 100,000 views.
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Yes and no. If you search the night of the fight, you'll find it, easily. Like I said, I never missed a UFC. Shit, I watched the entire De La Hoya fight sitting at work lol. After it's been out for a while, they will cancel it from Youtube... Usually after 100,000 views.

Thats cool, I guess I have never searched for a fight directly after it was over. I always watch every UFC payperview in my dorm. Me and my buddies pool our money together and buy the payperview, pizza, and beer...talk about a cheat meal!! Hahaha good fun....
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