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#381676 - 02/11/08 11:43 PM Re: Armchair fighters rule!!! Who can you beat? [Re: Neko456]
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Registered: 03/17/05
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MrMoyer vs. Cro Cop, r Bisping, r Rich Franklin, Bob Sapp






Well, luckily I am a heavy weight @ 6'2", 360lbs. :-)

Hmm, Cro Cop, I would do sicne I haven't been impressed with him lately and it seems every since that knocked out head kick he hasn't been the same.

Oh yeah, I would definitely take on Bisping. I love him as a fighter and person, but I think I could get a knock out as long as he don't take me do the ground. But I am not sure what is groudn game is like.

Rick Franklin, Nah, don't want that fight....

And mos def I would take on Sapp....

Ok, let's invite the pro's to the next East Coast Get together.
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#381677 - 02/20/08 06:18 PM Re: Armchair fighters rule!!! Who can you beat? [Re: JasonM]
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Registered: 12/23/07
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I would love to fight Eddie Bravo.
It would be an awesome learning experiance.

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#381678 - 02/21/08 06:39 AM Re: Armchair fighters rule!!! Who can you beat? [Re: Kimo2007]
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Armchair fighters? Huh, they're nothing. You try taking on a couple of sofas and then we'll talk!
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#381679 - 02/29/08 04:40 PM Re: Armchair fighters rule!!! Who can you beat? [Re: BrianS]
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Registered: 02/21/08
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I've seen many in the mma ring getting criticized here.

If you could commit the time to training who would you fight and beat?

From looking at the tuf series I believe I would be a good competitor. I think I have the tenacity it takes to train like a wildman. I think I could beat some of those guys with the training I have now even.

I'd like to fight Tim Silvia. To me, he's just a big slob. His size has gotten him where he is now. Doesn't ever look different. They talk about how tough his training is, well, I don't see it. He is always looking out of shape and gasses easily.

Let me hear how wrong I am.




I think if I really buckled down and committed to it physically and mentally that I could train to fight, and beat, that old guy that dances around in the large glasses on the six flags commercials while the organ plays in the background.

But only if I really worked at it.

And only if I could keep that organ from kicking on - cause when it plays - he's unbeatable.


Edited by janxspirit (02/29/08 04:41 PM)
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#381680 - 03/15/08 03:20 PM Re: Armchair fighters rule!!! Who can you beat? [Re: janxspirit]
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lol that is a very agreeable statment about the 6 flags guy.
but does anyone agree that if you started mma fighting early it would be almost nothing differant from you and them exept that they do it as a profession??
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#381681 - 03/18/08 08:11 PM Re: Armchair fighters rule!!! Who can you beat? [Re: preangel]
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Registered: 02/08/07
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No, never in my wildest dreams with infinite amount of training do I think I could beat George St. Pierre or be of the same calibur of some of the fighters.

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#381682 - 03/22/08 12:15 AM Re: Armchair fighters rule!!! Who can you beat? [Re: MattyChi]
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Even though I'd lose in a fair fight to him, Matt Hughes seems like someone I could get behind fighting. Presuming it's not in a ring and he's not expecting me I might even have a shot.
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#381683 - 04/03/08 06:29 AM Re: Armchair fighters rule!!! Who can you beat? [Re: Novum]
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Hmm, this is interesting. I think training full time I could nail that guy who's pillow Leben [censored] on, fairly easily, then Meeks (I dont even know who he is but he sounds pretty bad), Josh Rafferty, Chris Leben is a BIG maybe (especially if it went to the ground), the WEC light heavy champion (he is slow and sloppy so that's an easy one just thought I'd throw that out there) and of course it would be a no brainer that I could take Sylvia (and lose by the way). And hey probably some of the old fighters like Keith Hackney and the huge guy he fought!
Seriously, Sylvia is very very boring, but a very smart and effective fighter, he certainly has won against some good competition for example Arlovski, Vera, Monson, and he at least wasn't finished by Couture and lasted awhile against Noguiera. He may not be top 5, and probably not top 10 but he is still a good fighter. Arlovski was the big win (twice I might add). That DEFINITELY counts for something.
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