Discussion in 'Cageside - MMA Discussion' started by Leafs Watcher, Aug 9, 2019.
yes and i am assuming his last
Man this white guy is one big hombre. You can't teach size.
The biggest shitshow in combat sports was when you fought your dad in the main event of a local ammy card at the Broward College Omni Center
im hoping for a ken shammy/oscar de la hoya cam soda co promotion
I can't remember Barzola ever being in a fight where he wasn't going wide open...
I also can't really remember anything of note happening in one of his fights.
I had the pleasure of visiting Montevideo back in '78 after the world cup. What a great city.
Good for UFC to finally fly the cage down their.
He tapped to strikes
If Moffett had listened to his corner’s advice, this decision might’ve been different.
now a sacrifice for the Sun Gods
Let Dana have the honor
When I was still watching mma full time I remember Pettis looking unbeatable.
I'm surprised to see it wasn't so.
bucket list style
Hot and cold, he had his good run but hes gone up and down in weight quite a bit lately, with mixed results. Always exciting to watch that hasn't changed.
Most recently, at 170 his Ko on Wonderboy was beautiful.
He was very one-dimensional and very beatable, even when he was champion.
I'm surprised he became as successful as he did before getting exposed by a decent wrestler. I guess after he lost to Guida they gave him favorable matchups.
The KO was beautiful but he was getting his ass kicked for all but 10 seconds of that fight.
He's undersized for 170 but that won't matter in his next fight because so is his opponent.
Did n8 just say he’s fighting the wheaties box dude?
Rodolfo Vieira in the UFC. This is awesome crazy. Legit one of the best grapplers on the planet.
100% agree, Wonderboy was tuning him up. Agree again, like you said after he got carpeted he was protected to the Wheeties box a bit.
Still gave Tony fits not long ago, hes always good to watch, skilled everywhere.
I guess they might have jumped the gun with the whole Wheaties box thing eh