April 28, 2010 at 1:43 am
Thanks for giving away your entire game plan in the interview. hahaha. But, it's not like had no idea the Brit wanted to box and didn't know how to wrestle, anyways. Koscheck should employ a GSP style for this fight. That big KO bomb can't hurt you when they're on their back for 15 minutes. Kos just better not let his ego get the best of him and try to stand with Daley or it WILL be lights-out. Gee, this is very similar to Kos' last fight with Anthony Johnson, except AJ was actually a wrestler, too, in addition to throwing bombs.
So, Kos should be able to win this if he's smart. Kos by submission (rear naked choke) in Round 3. Book it!
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