I actually had Cormier, not Mir picked to win in that fight. Idk what made me miss that in the above quote. I also had X-Man winning his fight, and he won. Being an ardent lover of Olympic combat sports, I was all over Romero since he got his silver medal. He won, too. So overall, I still won way more than I lost. But I let that Mir thing slip by me, when I meant Cormier. Hahaha, too much multitasking. Since everyone I know has been pressing me about this, I wanna say it here: I think Jones beats Cormier. I don't think Cormier is well rounded enough in the striking department to win that exchange, I don't think Cormier can match Jones' fleet, savvy footwork. I think Cormier can and will get Jones down, but I don't think Cormier will be able to finish Jon. Bones Jones wins by decision. I am still surprised at the lack of adaptability shown by the Diaz and Gracie camp. Hey guys...somebody get on the horn quick and call Ernesto Hoost and the Vos Gym. STAT. You guys need wholesale kickboxing, pronto. Somebody get on the horn quick and call Dr. Rhadi Ferguson, and The Olympic Training Center. The Scrap Pack needs a major dose of world class MMA oriented Judo and technical Olympic caliber wrestling. STAT. Smooth, btw, should call Tokey Hill. As I've been saying for over a decade, and as Anderson Silva, Anthony Pettis, Bones Jones, Smooth, Luke Rockhold, Michael Venom Page [ MVP ], Louiseau, Edson, and several others prove...most MMA guys are sitting ducks for Olympic caliber TKD kicking combos. Tokey Hill, and coaches like former USA 2012 OLYMPIC TKD Head Coach Juan Moreno and Coach Patrice Remarck [ current USA OLYMPIC TKD HEAD COACH ] are exactly the people to take his skills to another level. Smooth could also benefit from intensified Greco training. And lots lots more boxing training. And somebody doing something with his hair so it doesn't fall in his face during fights.