Just wanted to comment on tonights TUF. While I like the guys a TON more than last season, the fights just suck.
I was a little surprised to see the guys who hadn't fought yet get all drunk and rowdy, but to each his own I guess.
Joy, is a little bitch and I can't believe that he walked out even after the president of the UFC came to the house to talk to him. Serra seemed none too impressed.
The fight? Wow, that flat out SUCKED. Once Billy got top position I just kept thinking how his neck was just begging to be guillotined, and sure enough...and then he made no effort to break it. I like the personalities this year, but man, they all seem like a bunch of quitters.
Last edited by OvertimeHero; October 5th, 2007 at 06:39 AM.
I'm REALLY shocked by this matchup. I've liked Bisping, and the UFC has really coddled him in my opinion. To give him to Evans after fighting Evans light, I'm gonna say that Dana feels Bisping isn't what he hoped he was. This is Bispings chance to show he's better than that last fight. I honestly think he has ZERO chance in this one. Rashad is a much better striker than Hammill and I think he's dominate the match. The only hope Bisping has is the fact that Rashad is a smaller 205 than Hammill is. I seriously think he gets killed though.
Well the UFC coddles all of the TUFers in my opinion. So I don't really blame him.
I think this was more of a panic move by Dana rather than giving a chance for Bisping to prove himself. He needed a headline fight in the worst way. This was supposed to be Penn-Sherk but Sherk's drug test ****ed everything up. Then it was supposed to be TIto-Rashad. BUt Tito was being retarded and not signing the contract. Who knows why he didn't do it.
Anyways, both guys are undefeated so he can market a fight to the UFC masses and build both these guys up. Someone's "0" has got to go and such.
Bisping is the heavy underdog, the only thing he's got going for him are submissions off his back and that Rashad is a very small LHW like Bisping. Even with that though, Evans has a lot of raw strength. I think he'll ground and pound his way to a victory.
Unless some other fight is added to this card, I'm think I'm definitely going to pass.
Think he was saying that Sanchez was the best fighter. Misunderstood what you were asking maybe? To answer your question though, it's a pretty tough thing to answer. I can't really remember who lost in those fights since they (for the most part) weren't heard from again. I know there were a couple that were pretty decent though. Just couldn't tell you from the names. I can't remember that fight from one of the seasons where that guy cut like 28lbs and won his fight. He went through some brutal work to get there and he pulled that one out of his ass with a KO I think. Don't really remember if the fight was good. . .but I remember it was a hell of an effort.