Brock Lesnar and Randy Couture will face off for the UFC heavyweight title on Nov 15 at UFC 91.
September 3, 2008 at 12:15 pm
See Randy is overwelmed already…but he will develope a gameplan just dont know if it will work….Lesnar is too much for him but you never know. I respect both fighters and may the better man win but i see this fight being the passing of the torch per say from old to new.
just another MMA dud
September 3, 2008 at 12:57 pm
See, that's how Brock gets you! He doesn't look that much bigger than Randy sitting across the table. In the cage, he is vast. I agree Lesner is probably going to be too much for Randy. Does anyone else think that Lesner stands a better chance agains Randy, Randy stands a better chance against Fedor, and Fedor stands a better chance against Brock? Maybe not the place to ask that but I have been curious. Anyone?
September 3, 2008 at 1:39 pm
i do agree. i could see fedor tko-ing brock at this time with his limited mma experience. but i also see brock being able to manhandle the smaller randy. although randy can suprise anyone. but this fight is a win win for brock. if he loses then he loses to one of the best against randy after only his fourth fight but if he wins then he just beat randy – a legend in mma. i can't wait to see it.
September 3, 2008 at 1:50 pm
Exactly i have been trying to get across these points to all the other haters on this fight. Its a Win win for lesnar and he is too much for Randy but never count him out at the same time…example the Mir fight although Randy is way inexperienced in BJJ and Subs compared to Mir he still possess some skills and is a threat in that catagory while Lesnar should have some grea Defense skills of his own after spending nearly a month with BJJ legend from Brazil but cant remember his name. Also Lesnar is a natural freak…Randy has never fought the likes of Lesnar before..Size, Strenght and speed and wrestling wise all put together…the question how is he going to contain Lesnar? a man who will outwiegh him by 50lbs of muscle and is a better wrestler and more powerfull with his punches..that ? will be answered Nov 15 and i am already looking forward to a possible rematch with Mir mid 09
September 3, 2008 at 2:07 pm
We saw Tim Sylvia beat the majority of his opponents because of his huge size advantage. Now we get another monster who is going to be bigger, stronger, and probably faster than anyone he fights. I hope Randy puts together a good gameplan because this is going to be a tough guy to beat.
September 3, 2008 at 2:50 pm
I dont think Brock is gonna be faster then randy at all.Also I dont think either of them have even a decent chance at beating Fedor. Fedor ko or armbars both of them easily.
September 3, 2008 at 3:12 pm
damn brock is super big
September 3, 2008 at 11:49 pm
all i can say is good luck to Randy…Brock is much different fighter from Tim.. He is much faster and stronger. But i would love to see Randy's game plan. Nice to see Randy back fighting..i hope he finishes his contract in UFC for his much anticipated fight with fedor.
September 4, 2008 at 10:49 am
I think Brock is pretty respectable from his attitude in that interview. He sounded genuine and gave Randy his dues. I hope he doesn't celebrate like he did if he wins. I want to see Tim Sylvia fight Lesnar after this. I just want to see some completely abuse Sylvia. Fedor didn't do it long enough.
September 4, 2008 at 1:00 pm
i dont think brock lesner and randy couture should be fighting. i dont think brock lesner deserves a title shot at all. randy should be fighting Fabricio Werdum, antonio nogueira or cheik kongo. or the winner between werdum and nogueira. its too early in brock lesners career. he just started and won a fight the other day and now he gets a title shot. thats bs. werdum has payed his dues. he deserves a shot. cheik kongo definitely deserves a shot after all the wins hes earned in the ufc and nogueira is nogueira. dont have to say anything about him if you know mma. he is the man. but thats my opinion. and randy will beat him.
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