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How can you think that a one dimensional boxer is going to beat Randy Couture; who is the king of guys whoes game plan is made of finding holes in people's games and exposing them.

 

Teenagers and people whos IQ is below 95 frequent this forum alot. This combined with the UFC hype train equals "TONEY GONNA KTFO RANDY!!!!!!!!!! BLEE DAT!!!!!!!!!'.

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And you guys are just as ignorant to think James can't beat randy. Randy has never faced anyone with the striking accuracy and power as toney. If he hits randy once, the fight could be over. Yes, odds are in favour of Randy, and he should win this if he sticks to the outside and doesnt get too impatient going for the take down.

 

Im no boxing fan, but you have to give respect where its due,

 

 

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BLEE DAT!

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How can you think that a one dimensional boxer is going to beat Randy Couture; who is the king of guys whoes game plan is made of finding holes in people's games and exposing them.

 

i really don't believe that toney will beat randy..randy is not stupid enough to trade with toney,he will take him down and the party is over.

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Teenagers and people whos IQ is below 95 frequent this forum alot. This combined with the UFC hype train equals "TONEY GONNA KTFO RANDY!!!!!!!!!! BLEE DAT!!!!!!!!!'.

 

Mabye you should look at the structure of your sentence before making reference to IQ.

 

If randy goes straight for the take down he should win by a simple rear naked choke.

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How can you think that a one dimensional boxer is going to beat Randy Couture; who is the king of guys whoes game plan is made of finding holes in people's games and exposing them.

 

Randy can lose this fight. He need only get tagged once and its over. Lidell did it and Toney has as much, if not more power and speed on his punches. If/ when this goes to the ground, than its a bloody Toney and another notch in the legenary belt of Randy Couture.

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And you guys are just as ignorant to think James can't beat randy. Randy has never faced anyone with the striking accuracy and power as toney. If he hits randy once' date=' the fight could be over. Yes, odds are in favour of Randy, and he should win this if he sticks to the outside and doesnt get too impatient going for the take down.

 

Im no boxing fan, but you have to give respect where its due,

 

 

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BLEE DAT![/quote']

 

A. Toney will not have shoes. This is a big factor in the punching power and accuracy of a boxer of Toneys style. The loss of these is NOT made up for by the smaller gloves.

B. Toney is not a natural Heavyweight, not even close. In shape, without little excess weight and water, Toney would MAYBE be a MW. In MMA terms (cutting weights) he'd likely be a big WW, if he were in shape. Randy has faced fighters with far more power, if not the striking accuracy and finesse of Toney (all of which has been DECLINING for the past 5 years). Toney simply isn't a naturally big man. He will suffer a height, reach, weight and physical power deficit in this fight. And in boxing that may not be to bad, THIS ISN'T BOXING.

C. Toney has never been a boxer with great, even good, lateral movement. Yes his punches are dangerous, but his lower body will be as good as stationary. This may allow him to throw better, but it will do him no favors against leg kicks and shoots.

D. Toney has never been a 1-punch KO artists. The last time he was consistently ending fights before the mid-way point was in the mid 90's...

E. Randy has been "past his prime" since he STARTED in MMA. Yes, some day that age will catch up with Randy. But it won't be Aug 28th, 2010.

F. Randy has stayed in shape his entire career. Question anything else, but his conditioning has NEVER been called into question, and for my money, conditioning is the single most important physical ability an MMA fighter can have.

G. Toney may have had some grueling boxing matches (10+ years ago...), tied up often and dirty boxing, but he has never been driven into the cage, with his opponents FULL weight pushed against him. His leg's have never been the target. Within the first 3 minutes of this fight he will be more tired and hurting in more places than he ever thought possible.

 

In closing, yes, James Toney is an incredible boxer, but the long and short of it, as it was the day the fight was made, is that THIS ISN'T BOXING.

 

Toney will lose. Plain and simple.

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A. Toney will not have shoes. This is a big factor in the punching power and accuracy of a boxer of Toneys style. The loss of these is NOT made up for by the smaller gloves.

B. Toney is not a natural Heavyweight' date=' not even close. In shape, without little excess weight and water, Toney would MAYBE be a MW. In MMA terms (cutting weights) he'd likely be a big WW, [b']if he were in shape[/b]. Randy has faced fighters with far more power, if not the striking accuracy and finesse of Toney (all of which has been DECLINING for the past 5 years). Toney simply isn't a naturally big man. He will suffer a height, reach, weight and physical power deficit in this fight. And in boxing that may not be to bad, THIS ISN'T BOXING.

C. Toney has never been a boxer with great, even good, lateral movement. Yes his punches are dangerous, but his lower body will be as good as stationary. This may allow him to throw better, but it will do him no favors against leg kicks and shoots.

D. Toney has never been a 1-punch KO artists. The last time he was consistently ending fights before the mid-way point was in the mid 90's...

E. Randy has been "past his prime" since he STARTED in MMA. Yes, some day that age will catch up with Randy. But it won't be Aug 28th, 2010.

F. Randy has stayed in shape his entire career. Question anything else, but his conditioning has NEVER been called into question, and for my money, conditioning is the single most important physical ability an MMA fighter can have.

G. Toney may have had some grueling boxing matches (10+ years ago...), tied up often and dirty boxing, but he has never been driven into the cage, with his opponents FULL weight pushed against him. His leg's have never been the target. Within the first 3 minutes of this fight he will be more tired and hurting in more places than he ever thought possible.

 

In closing, yes, James Toney is an incredible boxer, but the long and short of it, as it was the day the fight was made, is that THIS ISN'T BOXING.

 

Toney will lose. Plain and simple.

 

I agree with all of this.

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