Sunday, July 10, 2016

Joe Lauzon vs Diego Sanchez : UFC 200

Joe Lauzon vs Diego Sanchez : UFC 200

Promotion : Ultimate Fighting Championship
Date : July 9, 2016
Venue : T-Mobile Arena
City : Las Vegas, Nevada

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    1. In my opinion it way a good stop

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    2. Yea that was a very late stoppage. He should've stopped it long before then.

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    3. yeah ref shoulda stopped it about 5 punches earlier.

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    1. uh look at joes looks over his left shouler. hes looking for the ref, hes got him rocked dead on his feet. He knew it he expected the ref to as wwell. you really dont want to punish someone that way. he had already done enough. watch it again ;)

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    2. Sanchez was clearly not defending himself intelligently , which you ALWAYS have to do to not have it stopped

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  3. If this was a boxing match, woulda been stopped like 20 seconds earlier, completely legit stoppage. The guy doesn't need to be out cold to be considered unable to intelligently defend himself... Diego was wobbles from the jump.

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  4. Damn even BJ Penn couldnt do that and he landed a massive punch on Diego.

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  5. obviously you people never saw a mma match before, this people can't recover with a count, so you must be sure that he can't continue until stop a fight because they can (and could) recover even in worst situation than that and win the fight, so go a see K1 if you don't want to see a beating

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  6. Great accuracy from Lauzon. Good fight and timely stoppage.

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  7. Man that stoppage is a a tough one, I'd have stopped it a bit earlier like when Joe looked over his shoulder, but still not too bad. I think it's better that a ref let's a fighter take a few extra punches than making him lose because it's called too soon

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  8. Man that stoppage is a a tough one, I'd have stopped it a bit earlier like when Joe looked over his shoulder, but still not too bad. I think it's better that a ref let's a fighter take a few extra punches than making him lose because it's called too soon

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