Last edited by Schlottke; 10-12-2010 at 12:51 PM.
KJ broke his hand in the second round. Thats why he was so sloppy. Though, KJ's boxing is not as polished as I expected. His footwork and head movement were not at the level of Frankie Edgar. I was surprised.
I like T-Wood's fight. While not a competitive fight, T-Wood showed explosive striking briefly enough. Galvao was once one of my prospects. Wow, did he ever fall down that ladder. Tyron and Saffidiene are 2 of the best rising welterweight stars. I don't want to hear about Hathaway or Kim. These 2 guys are on their way.
Josh Thomson's fight was exciting, though he looked horrible. That was not the same guy that beat Gilbert during their first meeting. I had that fight a draw. Calvacante did not clearly win round 2, nor did he clearly lose it. Thomson dominated round 2, and JZ won round 3, though not dominant. If I scored all 3 rounds combined and weighted it, the right man won the fight. But no way was it a 30-27 as Josh said during the interview.
I pictured you as that guy Gaylord in Showboat, passing up taxis to walk because he's broke and playing it off as if it's the doctor's advice. - Clmetal
Diaz broke Noons jaw in the first round so that likely played a part in how sharp he looked. He was having a lot of success with the left hand in the second and then he broke it and was not nearly as effective after.
Also cut your hair noons.
I read about Josh Thompson sayiong he has NEVER lifted weights before, and after this camp, dealing with injuries so much, that he would start. How is that possible to be a professional, high level MMA fighter and have never lifted weigghts?!