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    Quote Originally Posted by ODH View Post
    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.
    If the fight hinges on the takedown, circle it down as a win for Brock. Lesnar wouldn't have much trouble taking Fedor down at all.
    Lets go Brent!

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    Have to agree with adolf, lesnar would be able to take fedor for sure. I think the bigger question is whether he could avoid a submission once on top of fedor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by p-jersey View Post
    Have to agree with adolf, lesnar would be able to take fedor for sure. I think the bigger question is whether he could avoid a submission once on top of fedor.
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    Lesnar is better from the feet. But as I said before, he doesnt have the BJJ/MMA training that Fedor does and will lose the match on the ground.
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    How is he better than fedor on the feet? Lesnar hits hard for sure but so does fedor, fedor overall is a better striker.

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    I mean he has better takedowns. Lesnar's sheer size and strength would allow him to take Fedor down. What happens once their on the mat may just depend upon how they land. Whether Fedor goes straight into guard or if Brock can get side control. As far as striking goes, Fedor is a better striker. Though I think Lesnar's best punch is better than Fedor's best punch
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    Lesnar keeps things simple and he wins that fihgt. Lesnar tries to get cute and play Fedor's game, ie: challenge himself on the ground, or stand with him, Brock loses.
    Lets go Brent!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adolf Oliverbush View Post
    Lesnar keeps things simple and he wins that fihgt. Lesnar tries to get cute and play Fedor's game, ie: challenge himself on the ground, or stand with him, Brock loses.
    agreed
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zapp Brannigan View Post
    The author of this article is an idiot. Fedor may have beaten big men before. He's never...EVER faced a big man that has the physical tools that Brock does. Brock is huge, strong, but also insanely fast. I'd say there's a pretty good chance Brock beats Fedor.
    Agreed.

    All the big guys he beat were one dimensional strikers (Semmy Schilt, Hong Man Choi,Tim Sylvia, Mark Hunt).

    Fedor has had trouble with wrestlers. Arona (at 5-11 220 lbs), who's an okay wrestler took Fedor down at will in Rings and many argue that he won that fight.

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