Discussion in 'OT Bar' started by TigreTek, Oct 16, 2007.
I saw that today when I entered my picks for the weekend.
I think it's a great idea. both fighters are coming off of back to back losses.
so shogun needed knee surgery could that have been what coture was talking about
i want tickets!!!
i really don't think this will be as good as people think. call me fickle but chuck's last loss has me really concerned about his camp and his mindset. I'm taking a game wandy over an aging iceman that's refusing to adapt.
completely, and a lot of the excitement is gone when thinking about it. But when it happens, and no one backs out, i will be ecstatic... ....even more so to see Chuck go night night.
it would be great if chuck won and that would set up wandy for a hella rematch either that or every one will say wandy is done
I think that Chuck has just made so much money that he doesn't give a shit anymore.
DIRECTV ADVERTISING SILVA VS. LIDDELL
[FONT=Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]Thursday, October 18, 2007 - by MMAWeekly.com[/FONT]
(Graphic courtesy of DirecTV.com)
Wanderlei Silva is attending the Ultimate Fighting Championship event in Cincinnati this weekend, apparently to announce his Dec. 29 fight at UFC 79 in Las Vegas.
As much as the promotion typically tries to keep such announcements a surprise for the live event on pay-per-view, it seem that DirecTV has already started advertising a bout between Silva and former UFC light heavyweight champion Chuck Liddell.
A promotional blurb on DirecTV’s website features a graphic of Liddell and Silva with a description stating, “This is it – the biggest fight of the year. Chuck ‘The Iceman’ Liddell takes on Wanderlei ‘The Axe Murderer’ Silva. Plus, Hughes vs. Serra. Miss it and weep.”
The bout is Silva’s return to the UFC after more than a seven-year absence, during which most of that time was spent as a champion in Pride Fighting Championships.
Both Silva and Liddell are coming into this bout off of back-to-back losses.
UFC officials were unavailable for comment at the time of publication
Couldnt agree more.
Round 1- Leg kicks go unchecked
Round 2- See above
Round 3- See above
Thats a problem. Waiting around for every oponent to open up long enough to throw a looping right is a poor game plan. Adaptation and failure to conform to change will be Liddells downfall if it already hasnt been shown.
Btw, what did you decide about that S14?
not sure. the srt4 is due for replacement. (i just never fell in love with it for whatever reason )