i honestly think ubereem is gonna murder him. I dont understand how people think it will be close, i mean JDS is without a doubt one hell of a fighter and a great striker but the reem is on another planet right now. After he gets the UFC, Strikeforce, Dream, and K-1 belts, he's going for bellator next. Lol but not really
YoungKimbo312 wrote:i honestly think ubereem is gonna murder him. I dont understand how people think it will be close, i mean JDS is without a doubt one hell of a fighter and a great striker but the reem is on another planet right now. After he gets the UFC, Strikeforce, Dream, and K-1 belts, he's going for bellator next. Lol but not really
LMAO "he's going for bellator next'
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this fight is all about speed vs power . For the first time in his career JDS is going up against a guy who is more skilled at striking then him . JDS has holes in his striking game and overeem is good enough to expose those holes . that said JDS is really fast and really powerful . His strikes are precise and his timing is scarey as all hell . if this ends in rounds 1 or 2 JDS will win by knock out . if it ends in rounds 3 4 or 5 Overeem will have this one . To anyone though that thinks JDS will want to take this to the ground Overeem has more submission wins then JDS has fights . This fight is 50/50 imho hopefully JDS covers his face when he uppercuts for the first time because if he doesn't overeem will punch him retarded .
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Amsterdam wrote: It would be great to see more title holders from countries outside of N. America and Brazil. I think that the relative slowdown of MMA in Japan has been detrimental to the worldwide growth of the sport. Currently almost all of the best teams and training centers are in the US and Brazil, with a few exceptions. It would be great to see growth of high level MMA training in other nations.
Yeah I think thats why we see guys from out side theose countries cheer more for their home fighter not out of nationalism but because they want a home champion to help grow the sport. For example id hate Bisping to be champion but at the same time I would be glad to see mma develop in my country.
Completely agree with you.... except I have to cheer the chumps on SFL. Jokes aside... some of them seemed pretty decent and there is a lot more talent in India waiting to be unearthed. We're far far away from an Indian UFC/SF/Dream/K1/Bellator fighter (let alone an Indian champion). But at least someone has started the journey.
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