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From: American_Ninja Send Private Message Add Comment To Profile
Posted: 12/27/11 7:33 PM
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 Good stuff Tim, thanks. Can't wait for friday.

From: Devlin 82 The total sum of your votes up and votes down Send Private Message Add Comment To Profile
Posted: 12/27/11 8:48 PM
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12SixElbow - ]Its a good example to look at Reem's hands in MMA because its his first win against a top 10.
(werdum)
and 7 of his last 11 opponents were coming off losses.
So the werdum fight was really the first time we've seen Overeem win in a top 10 setting.
KOing Duffee who too the fight on short notice and who was coming off a horrific knockout loss to win your "Dream HW CHampion" belt is both sad to mma as a sport, and a horrible example of your skill set.

 

It would be a great example, if Werdum had of put up any real resistance to overeem and not just butflopped the second he moved forward, i'd have taken a point for timidity had i been the referee. Overreem was robbed of a chance to show his skills. I agree though Overreem has had a few less than stellar opponents, and in fairness he fought the fight to duffee not long after the k1 grand prix finals if i'm not mistaken

From: 12SixElbow 623 The total sum of your votes up and votes down Send Private Message Add Comment To Profile
Posted: 12/27/11 8:51 PM
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Devlin - 
12SixElbow - ]Its a good example to look at Reem's hands in MMA because its his first win against a top 10.
(werdum)
and 7 of his last 11 opponents were coming off losses.
So the werdum fight was really the first time we've seen Overeem win in a top 10 setting.
KOing Duffee who too the fight on short notice and who was coming off a horrific knockout loss to win your "Dream HW CHampion" belt is both sad to mma as a sport, and a horrible example of your skill set.

 

It would be a great example, if Werdum had of put up any real resistance to overeem and not just butflopped the second he moved forward, i'd have taken a point for timidity had i been the referee. Overreem was robbed of a chance to show his skills. I agree though Overreem has had a few less than stellar opponents, and in fairness he fought the fight to duffee not long after the k1 grand prix finals if i'm not mistaken
It takes two to tango.
Werdum's game was the ground, Overeem's ground the feet.
Its no ones fault but Reem's that he didn't get the KO.

In fact, Werdum landed more strikes in every round,
Werdum also took over 40 strikes from Overem.
So, Reem him Werdum 40x........
Werdum was able to hit Overeem 60x....

What does that say?
 

From: D241 12 The total sum of your votes up and votes down Send Private Message Add Comment To Profile
Posted: 12/27/11 10:34 PM
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12SixElbow - 

It takes two to tango.


Its no ones fault but Reem's that he didn't get the KO.


 

 You are right on the first sentence, incorrect on the 2nd one.

I was at the fight live, and it was a major disappointment. Also, Werdum apologized in post fight interviews for not engaging and awknowledged his mistake.

But re-watch the fight again, and if you still feel the same, would you care to elaborate on when/how Overeem was supposed to KO Werdum?  Certainly not the many times he was butt flopping and butt skootin

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Posted: 12/27/11 10:34 PM
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