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Second rule in MMA = never drop your hands (unless you are Anderson Silva)

First rule in MMA = never fight Anderson Silva

 

I think its mad when he drops hands n goes on Matrix mode. (e.g. round 1 & 2 of Silva vs Maia, 2nd half Silva vs Forrest n Silva vs Belfort, round 2 of Silva vs Okami)

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Second rule in MMA = never drop your hands (unless you are Anderson Silva)

First rule in MMA = never fight Anderson Silva

 

I think its mad when he drops hands n goes on Matrix mode. (e.g. round 1 & 2 of Silva vs Maia' date=' 2nd half Silva vs Forrest n Silva vs Belfort, round 2 of Silva vs Okami)[/quote']

 

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i support you bro

 

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Cheers breh

 

well your chances are very high. as long as you have better stand-up than this little girl' date=' you got this fight in the bag.

 

that's what he gets for taunting!![/quote']

 

Heh! I tran

 

lol even if Anderson was bound to a chair that wouldnt happen :D

 

You know I would KO him in under 10 secs

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Kranga will piss himself them immediately close the door --

 

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This is real talk bro.. :mad:

 

Kranga crying once again cuz of the pain in his butt. Poor kid.

 

Try to stay on topic next time' date=' but how did you know?

 

Seems like only white people have a problem with putting your hands down and still be effective when fighting. Its a Roy Jones style people can use when they have speed accuracy and head movement.. Classic example of we cant do it so lets say its bad sportsmanship and stupid..lol Corny..

 

smh

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You guys cant be serious? DO you honestly not know why he drops his hands? Its got nothing to do with being ****y.

 

He lulls fighters into a trap, once they are in teh trap he drops his hands.

 

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU DROP YOUR HANDS?

 

Ans :> The opponent commits to a punch and if hes already dazed and confused by an attack , LIKE that kick from Anderson in the first round, the opponent is more likely to throw a sloppy punch and get countered

 

SO Anderson drops his hands, Okami commits and BANG

 

LIGHTS OUT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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You guys cant be serious? DO you honestly not know why he drops his hands? Its got nothing to do with being ****y.

 

He lulls fighters into a trap' date=' once they are in teh trap he drops his hands.

 

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU DROP YOUR HANDS?

 

Ans :> The opponent commits to a punch and if hes already dazed and confused by an attack , LIKE that kick from Anderson in the first round, the opponent is more likely to throw a sloppy punch and get countered

 

SO Anderson drops his hands, Okami commits and BANG

 

LIGHTS OUT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!![/quote']

 

that...makes...too much sense....other's won't be able to process this....

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You guys cant be serious? DO you honestly not know why he drops his hands? Its got nothing to do with being ****y.

 

He lulls fighters into a trap' date=' once they are in teh trap he drops his hands.

 

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU DROP YOUR HANDS?

 

Ans :> The opponent commits to a punch and if hes already dazed and confused by an attack , LIKE that kick from Anderson in the first round, the opponent is more likely to throw a sloppy punch and get countered

 

SO Anderson drops his hands, Okami commits and BANG

 

LIGHTS OUT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

time and time again, Anderson is so goo dat cointering and lulling guys into his world in the octogon that he needs to be confident to be able to implement his very RISKY gameplan. Sonnen doesnt buy into that bullsht, thats why Sonnen could do what he did.[/quote']

 

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