Sunday, April 24, 2016

Jon Jones vs Ovince Saint Preux : UFC 197

Jon Jones vs Ovince Saint Preux : UFC 197

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13 comments:

  1. If Jones was willing to fight DC, he should have been willing to fight anyone at LHW, this should have been Anthony Rumble Johnson's fight, not OSP.

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    1. You do realize rumble was hurt, he had mouth surgery and wasn't able to take that fight. OSP was the only one who took the fight on short notice.

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  2. If osp had a full camp he would have faired exponentialy better. He went the distance with jones without the best conditioning and training. I bet it would have been a much closer fight had it been otherwise.

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  3. If osp had a full camp he would have faired exponentialy better. He went the distance with jones without the best conditioning and training. I bet it would have been a much closer fight had it been otherwise.

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  4. I'm sorry, Jones is extremely talented... But he is reprehensibly DIRTY. Leaping attempt to land on a guy's knee with a kick? Elbow blatantly sent with a pause to aim & strike the back of the head? They've got to take points for this stuff. It's absurd. That's not MMA. That's doing anything he can to find an unfair advantage & intimate his opponent who won't stoop to that level.

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    1. Those front kicks to the knees are career ending and the only reason he wins fights (along with eye poking), the UFC or the athletic commission need to ban them, the only purpose it serves is to destroy the joint, but unlike submissions, you dont get to tap out before the damage is done.

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    2. Are you guys stupid? It is a fight...he is doing whatever in the current rules to win. You both need to go watch tennis...jesus christ

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  6. But hey, blame the UFC for allowing it to continue unfettered. In my own worthless opinion, these practices are a blight on the organization & the phenomenal expertise of a tremendous martial artist.

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  7. So nice to see that fighters finally are giving time to put on their sponsored shirt, let's pretend its just a coincidence that this happened right after the rebook deal. xD

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