WestCoastKilla wrote:oh yeah...shes hot...i love the way i can use one of her severed arms to fish my kids toys out from under the fridge.
Edgardo wrote:I think the edge goes to Carlos Condit. Carlos Condit capitalizes well on mistakes, while GSP usually stays on the outside, playing to his opponents weaknesses and his own strength. Something he has done well so far, due to his opponents lacking decent all round skills. But Kos has shown in both fights the ground game can be negated. The Jake Shields fight shoved a GSP lacking timing, and Jake Shield is not known for his stand up game or speed. Carlos Condit has better stand up, and a better submission game that is also explosive. GSP has better speed, better take down and perhaps better footwork when it comes to covering a distance.
I think Carlos Condit well take this one, and if this fight occurs it will be great to finally see a well rounded fighter face the WW title holder for a belt unification match.
Both fighters understand subtleties of the MMA game, and both are eager student of martial arts.
I consider Erick Silva to be the WW champion and only when he has his title match will i consider the winner to be the undisputed champion. A fight between him and Rory McDonland would perhaps be the closest to an unofficial champion match.
Brian12817 wrote:I hope GSP wins just for the fact that if he loses, Linker will explode with ACL surgery excuses (which are legitimate). But I hope he knocks Condit's head off and finishes the fight so all the GSP critics can put their keyboard swords and shields down for a while and scratch their heads.
biggs7a wrote:I think Carlos winning would open up the division more,plus i like his fighting style.Carlos finishes fights unlike GSP,maybe Carlos winning would be best for GSP.
izrg wrote:DanQuinnsKnockoutJab wrote:^^ I know what you are thinking. Im not fighter bashing. Nick Diaz is not fighting anymore.
Nah, he was thinking
Scarface798 wrote:I think I would want to fuck that baby.
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