This entry was posted
on Wednesday, August 1st, 2012 at 11:42 am and is filed under Carlos Condit.
You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.
Both comments and pings are currently closed.
23 Responses to “Nick Diaz vs. Carlos Condit Rematch, UFC on FOX 3, Drug Testing, UFC 144 Talk and More”
I like diaz and condits style…. I still give that fight to diaz … that take down a sub attempts were the only time I Stood Up. Diaz 1,2 and 5 , condit rounds 3 and 4 . a rematch would be pretty damn fun . both guys are top pros and get RESPECT .
Yeah, which is a shame, cuz Aldo deserves alot more attention, BUT he hasn’t been with the promotion for that long and his history lies in the WEC. He’s only had 3 fights in the UFC, so I understand that side of it for sure… but Aldo is already a star to me, I never think twice about ordering an Aldo event.
Cruz dances around moves in fires of a few week as shots then moves away.. then repeats the same thing over and over and over and over until he has to do a few different takedowns like last fight, but ultimately his style is weak and boring. Cruz is a champ in a transitional period of the 135lbs divivion. The 135 division wont become popular until Cruz loses. I like Cruz and I think hes a great fighter but he isnt ppv (oh I have to pay 45 dollars to see him) kind of entertaining
wow you think Dominic Cruz’s style is more entertaining than what Condit did against Diaz.. lol Let me just say this, I like Condit and thought he had a great game plan but I still think Diaz won the 1,2 and 5th rounds. Cruz is boring as shit to watch- in my opinion, Cruz is the ultimate points fighter and I would never pay a penny to watch the guy fight- I dont pay money to see any of these fights though cause I am smart and I have a number of websites that post the ppv events
I listened with interest to both KN and LT expounding the importance of fighters not entering the cage under the influence. I can’t think of one reason to disagree. One thing which they may want to have considered or touched on, is the fact that to ensure the fighter is safe, he needs to be tested BEFORE as well as after entering the cage, and this cannot be done on a random basis. If they leave with a broken arm because they were non-compos mentis, the damage has already been done, literally.
Cruz’s movement is not running, or boring, to me, Condit’s style in this fight was running( he turned his back to Diaz). Cruz is exponentially more exciting than any lay and pray, Cruz puts himself in dangerous spots, his only knock is lack of power, but that isn’t necessarily his fault.
also their was a crowd fight at 143 and im upset it didnt go the distance just alot of trash talking
was like hell yeah werdum/nelson and some random dudes shoving each other 2 for one deal always wins me over