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5/22/10 7:49 AM
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The world's strongest tap comes at 1:43 of Round 2

Trapped underneath former UFC champion Tim Sylvia on the ground, Mariusz Pudzianowski (2-1) tapped out after eating several right hands on Friday at the Moosin God of Martial Arts show in Worcester, Mass. It was the second consecutive win for Sylvia (26-6) after a two-year stretch that saw him lose four of five fights. "I'm back now," Sylvia said. "I've been back."


5/22/10 7:55 AM
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"The world's strongest tap comes at 1:43 of Round 2"

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5/22/10 8:03 AM
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Pudz showed potentials for a guy who never wrestle before, Im impressed on him taking Timmy down with his raw wrestling abilities something that a college wrestler like Monson never did..hope Pudz trains with Golden Glory and Team Quest for his next fight..7 months of MMA training is not enough to beat Timmy
5/22/10 8:43 AM
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Wow. Just, wow. I'm sure Pudz is a nice and respectable guy, but he just sucks. No stand up, no wrestling, no gas, no nothing. No harm in him getting paid to fight cans, but he'd better stay away from anyone with any skills.
5/22/10 8:46 AM
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"Pudz showed potentials for a guy who never wrestle before, Im impressed on him taking Timmy down with his raw wrestling"

I don't think it was that impressive...he had Tim's leg and threw him to the side...the strongest man on the entire planet threw another man to the ground. Wow. It was brute force, but it cost him in stamina.

I will say, for someone with basically no experience, putting up a bit of a fight against a 6'8" ex-world champ is something to admire though.
5/22/10 8:51 AM
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Moke - "Pudz showed potentials for a guy who never wrestle before, Im impressed on him taking Timmy down with his raw wrestling"

I don't think it was that impressive...he had Tim's leg and threw him to the side...the strongest man on the entire planet threw another man to the ground. Wow. It was brute force, but it cost him in stamina.

I will say, for someone with basically no experience, putting up a bit of a fight against a 6'8" ex-world champ is something to admire though.

Bas was impressed with Pudz's performance
5/22/10 9:19 AM
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 God of War?  Isn't that a video game?
5/22/10 9:23 AM
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overeems throwing of Brett rogers is more impressive of POWER than pudz "throw" of timmys leg shovin ' lol
5/22/10 9:30 AM
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 Didn't realize Pudz had that high of a level of BJJ.  Nice move.
5/22/10 9:36 AM
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Crazy Zimmerman -  God of War?  Isn't that a video game?



I used to work in the moving picture business with the fellow that designed/created this game.

Taught him the one handed ticket tear.
5/22/10 9:41 AM
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 Even though Sylvia won, I think Pudz represented himself just as well (before he tapped to strikes).

Sylvia was supposed to win. Bottom line. He looked lethargic out there and out of shape, in my opinion. I was pulling for him, but the 2003 Sylvia would have KOd Pudz inside of a minute. 
5/22/10 9:54 AM
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Moke - "Pudz showed potentials for a guy who never wrestle before, Im impressed on him taking Timmy down with his raw wrestling"

I don't think it was that impressive...he had Tim's leg and threw him to the side...the strongest man on the entire planet threw another man to the ground. Wow. It was brute force, but it cost him in stamina.

I will say, for someone with basically no experience, putting up a bit of a fight against a 6'8" ex-world champ is something to admire though.

Bas was impressed with Pudz's performance



cant argue with this factor at all ::)
5/22/10 9:54 AM
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lol @ CZ
5/22/10 9:59 AM
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 Third fight?  Not bad against a former champ.  I would give even money on him vs. Kimbo or Walker.
5/22/10 10:35 AM
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Pudz looked alright until he gassed...
which was about 45 seconds
5/22/10 10:57 AM
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there was nothing impressive about pudz performance besides his initial strength which we already knew about
5/22/10 11:10 AM
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"Get in my guard!"
5/22/10 11:11 AM
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Looking that terrible against THAT Tim Sylvia is neither reprenting yourself well or showing any signs of skills yet to develop.
5/22/10 11:13 AM
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good production values and good announcing team I thought.
5/22/10 12:08 PM
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UncleGrappler - Looking that terrible against THAT Tim Sylvia is neither reprenting yourself well or showing any signs of skills yet to develop.

kinda agree with this. not very impressed with much of anything in that fight. glad Tim handled his business, but at 305 he is not even close to competing ion the major orgs again
5/22/10 12:31 PM
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The only thing remotely impressive about Mariusz was his chin. He took a lot of hard shots with seemingly no problem.
5/22/10 12:57 PM
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Pudz wanted nothing to do with the second round.

Tim didn't even seem that impressed with his victory. Didn't even smile. He was just like "I can haz cheezburger now?"
5/22/10 1:34 PM
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lol @ tim being back for beating up a 2-1 strongman.

And wtf was with that announce team? I love bas, but they had him paired with someone that sounded like a weasel.
5/22/10 1:45 PM
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UncleGrappler - Looking that terrible against THAT Tim Sylvia is neither reprenting yourself well or showing any signs of skills yet to develop.




It is if it's your 2nd ever pro MMA fight , against a 6ft 8 inch former world champ while having VERY VERY little training behind you...DUH !
5/22/10 1:50 PM
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 Good for tim!

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