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    I dont know if lesnar is a terrible match up for fedor. Fedor has a big edge in my opinion on the feet as he hits hard and fast and is hard to hit, and while you never want lesnar on top of you fedor is lighting quick with his submissions off his back so i dont know if lesnar will be savvy enough to avoid those. Add in the fact that Fedor is much more experienced and great at executing a gameplan and you might say he is a terrible match up for fedor.

    That being said lesnar is a monster and still has the ability to win the fight.

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    If theres one thing that we've all seen, its that anyone can beat anyone.

    but I think Pjers has it right about Fedor, even though I know it probably pained him to write those words.
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    haha i am a lesnar fan but he still has holes his game and a lot of unknowns such as his chin and cardio. A guy with fedors skills and experience would a favorite in my mind. Despite the holes, lack of experience and unknown factors lesnar is still a huge, athletic, powerful, wrestler so he will have a chance to win every fight if he can bring into his world.

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    Default Re: Could Brock Lesnar Possibly Defeat Fedor Emilianenko?

    I was a Lesnar fan....until he did what he did at UFC 100
    "It ain't about how hard you hit, it is about how hard you can get hit and keep moving foward, how much you can take and keep moving foward. That's how winning is done!"

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    mhs189 you seem like a good guy. I'm going to go ahead and ask you to give the Big Fella a pass and get back on board the run away freight train. Brock is allowed a slip up every now and again.
    Lets go Brent!

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    Just watch the Fedor vs Hong Man Choi fight and you'll see where it's going to go. Granted Lesnar's not as big or tall as the techno goliath, but he is much more agressive, fast, and he has more grappling talent. Lesnar is much more dangerous and I'm afraid the odds are against Fedor, especially if he gives Lesnar time.

    If I were Fedor I'de fight Lesnar as soon as possible, before he becomes the fighter he has the potential to be.

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    Doesnt seem like the best example seeing as fedor was the one who brought choi to the ground while choi wanted to keep it standing. Not to mention Fedor quickly subbed choi once it was on the ground.

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    Default Re: Could Brock Lesnar Possibly Defeat Fedor Emilianenko?

    Brock can win via ground and pound decision if he can get takedowns.
    Otherwise, Fedor will win via decision because of his superior stand up.

    The whole match hinges on whether Brock can take him down.

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    Default Re: Could Brock Lesnar Possibly Defeat Fedor Emilianenko?

    Quote Originally Posted by Adolf Oliverbush View Post
    mhs189 you seem like a good guy. I'm going to go ahead and ask you to give the Big Fella a pass and get back on board the run away freight train. Brock is allowed a slip up every now and again.
    Don't get me wrong, he's a good fighter and I like his style. I just don't really like him as a person. If he can win/lose a fight and not act like he did at UFC 100, we'll see. As for now, I just don't like him. Doesn't mean I won't root for him against Fedor if that match never happens.
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