Mir called it....

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  1. Cognitive D.K

    Cognitive D.K New Member

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    notice mir's best work is done within the first 3 minutes of a fight though?
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  2. Macabre

    Macabre via Fatality

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    Mir seems more focused than he was in the past though. You don't gain that much muscle by being lazy.

    His tko of nog was in the second round. Of course we all know what kind of shape nog was in, but a win is a win.

    Don't get me wrong though, I'm not a big Mir fan by any means. He likes to use the size excuse for the brock fight, but it's kinda bullshit. He wasn't doing shit off his back except waiting for a standup.
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  3. UnbrokeN

    UnbrokeN Well-Known Member

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    bruce would (almost) rekill brock on the ground as well.
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  4. Cognitive D.K

    Cognitive D.K New Member

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  5. Cognitive D.K

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    yeah i know he has obviously been hittin the weights hard.... focusing on fighting

    but look at his results

    80% of his fights are finished in 3 min or less , is all i was saying, except the nog fight he has been ineffective historically after 3 mins
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  6. Mac Sabbath

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    indeed.

    plus since you bring it up, you have to question how much the muscle mass will slow him down in the long run.
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  7. Tha Cunnysmythe

    Tha Cunnysmythe Unsavoury Negroid

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    It makes sense in theory, but MMA as a sport isn't yet deep enough to support those extra divisions in any one organisation. Right now there'd hardly be any contenders and the already piddling heavyweight division would be split among the others and diluted. Not to mention that 205 would get shallower from some people moving up.

    In a few years I'd be all for it, but right now we just don't have the fighters for it.
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