December 17, 2010 at 7:28 am
I ran off that wall……like a Ninja!
kos = crap
December 17, 2010 at 9:11 am
now only if koscheck had that in his arsenal
December 17, 2010 at 3:34 pm
GSP is not entertaining any more. Yeah he is great but not fun to watch. What was that. Your the best in the world atleast finish in the 4th or 5th round on a one eyed guy that is doing nothing.
December 18, 2010 at 1:05 am
It should have been so easy!
It's not like Kos is good or anything.
All GSP did was dominate the entire fight from start to finish, what a loser.
There are two types of MMA Fans, those that are looking for a dramatic conclusion and those that appreciate the game. I think its the same for any sport. My nephews love when Kobe dunks, but since they have never really played Basketball cannot appreciate ball handling, passing, rebounding, coaching, team work, etc. They are newbie fans and are missing out on what makes it so amazing.
December 18, 2010 at 4:18 am
not a newbie fan. This has been the case for GSP all the time now. What I'm saying is GSP has the tools to finish any guy he likes but he doesnt and kos was right ever since Matt serra he is gun shy. Rampage got beat by wandelai twice and he came out and fought like a man and knocked him out. Chuck lidell comes out and fights like man (even though he ahs been knocked out 4 times now) Shogun fights like a man.
December 18, 2010 at 6:27 am
MMA maniac please explain what you mean by fighting like a man?? do you mean that fighters like Rampage, Chuck and Shogun fight like men because they stand and trade strikes with their opponent even if their a chance they may get knocked out? And GSP is less of a man now because he uses his wrestling more, is that what your trying to say?
December 18, 2010 at 8:15 am
gsp is a great fighter, i would probally say he has faced the harder compition of the top pfp fighters and dominated in his fights, but watching a guy dominate people isn't always the most execiting fihts. not that he should change anything but i am not that intersted in his fights till he fights at mw or finds someone who can give him a fight at ww.
December 18, 2010 at 9:54 am
to say that GSP doesn't "fight like a man" is idiotic. This isn't rock 'em sock 'em robots. It's MMA. You may not like his style, but he's a winner, has amazing technique and athleticism, and wins every fight. Every fight – against the best MMA fighters in the world. He hasn't lost a round in how many fights? The guy is the best at winning. Period. His determination, control, athleticism, and strength are outstanding. I LOVE watching GSP. For me, it's better than any knockout.
December 19, 2010 at 2:32 am
Have to agree with Timmie on this one. Finishing an opponent is dramatic but t does not mean much to me. I'd rather see a great fight than a dramatic ending. GSP is not a Finisher, but he is the best.
It is always cool to see a knockout or submission, but by far, that is not what makes this sport great. Some of the best fights have been a full 15 or 25 minutes. I will say this though, GSP does seem to be a little timid to finish. It seemed like his combinations were very short with Koscheck. He is great, obviously, but I think he could finish more fights.
December 19, 2010 at 5:53 am
Somebody is actually going to bring it to GSP one day and knock him out cold. Thats the thing you have to just go for it. It happened to machida when shogun just went for it thats what he should have done in the first fight. GSP will get knocked out cold someday (nd he did already) but somebody has his number
December 19, 2010 at 7:10 pm
Of course, anyone can get in a lucky swing, but can he be beat by skill?
That is the question and the challenge.
December 19, 2010 at 9:20 pm
More fake Cobra…wow, you're REALLY a fan, huh?
December 20, 2010 at 2:01 am
Yes, I am a fan even when I am not focusing all my energy on the ancient art of deep throat, almost have my yellow belt
December 20, 2010 at 2:14 pm
Cobra Cltuch what do you mean by "lucky swing"? These guys train to knock people out and thats thier job. Getting lucky is for the guys on the street. if you have 2 elite level fighters going at it of course someone is going to get caught thats the whole point is to catch someone.
December 21, 2010 at 7:41 am
Yes, you are right some of the time and a good deal of the time Haymakers are getting thrown that have great impact but little accuracy. Thus the huge swings that go nowhere, but if perchance make contact, or even better make contact to the chin or throat can have KO power.
Anyone that watches Fight Sports has seen dozens of lucky shots where someone is throwing wild bombs and luckily catch their opponent, usually in the later rounds when they know if they don't get a KO, they'll lose.
CobraClutch is gone.
December 21, 2010 at 12:11 pm
That's not Cobra. I know Cobra. That's not Cobra. This is just a super fan trying to get the real Cobra back……but he's gone. And yet, his fans try to have his legacy live on.
Flattering for the Great One, I'm sure, that he was missed so badly…but yet pathetic, as well…for there is a little boy out there who misses his favorite poster so much that he'll attempt to make believe he's the one…but he's not. He's just a child.
December 21, 2010 at 10:52 pm
I partially agree with MMA Maniac, in Pro MMA there are very few fighters that swing like Tank Abbot or Butter Bean, however CobraClutch is correct, in that it does happen sometimes in the final moments when desperation sets in.
Leben was chucking wide bombs at Bisping when he knew that he had lost on points and that only a serious knock down or KO would get him a Win
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