October 19, 2007 at 5:46 pm
As much as I would like to see Franklin win this fight, I think Sillva is gonna take it. He is such a smart tecnical fighter, he is amazing to watch. Franklin is no slouch & I'm sure he's been studing Silvas fights, hopefully he's found a weakness. My bets on Silva.
I never have cared much for Tim Silvias style, it looks to me like he's moving in slow motion. I'm taking Vera on this one. I just hope they are both good fights!!!
October 20, 2007 at 4:07 am
I'm betting on Franklin taking another beating, but he should be better prepared this time, so it will be less severe. Also, I don't know enough about Vera to vote, but I'm on his side just from sheer dislike for Silvia.
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