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    Cool Machida vs Jones

    De film zegt genoeg Machida gaat winnen


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    hahah rashad
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    Een hele vette card!

    Alleen spreekt de match Jones-Machida mij niet echt aan...
    Denk wel dat Jones m pakt op TKO 1st round..
    Ben Henderson/Urijah Faber/A.Overeem/Donald Cerrone/Jon Jones/Dan Henderson/
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    Machida zie ik als de laatste vechter die enigzins kans heeft om Jon Jones te pakken. Zo niet, dan voorzie ik dat Jones lang gaat domineren in de light-heavyweight klasse.

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    Als machida niet wint... Dan zal Henderson dit snel oplossen. In 3 rondes slaat die met overhand right Jones terug naar waar hij thuis hoort. (New York)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Virtus View Post
    Machida zie ik als de laatste vechter die enigzins kans heeft om Jon Jones te pakken. Zo niet, dan voorzie ik dat Jones lang gaat domineren in de light-heavyweight klasse.
    phill davis zie ik binnenkort ook wel als groot gevaar voor jones, henderson z'n hoeken zijn altijd gevaarlijk. Voor de rest zie ik inderdaad weinig man die jones zouden kunnen pakken, Of er moet een heel groot talent binnenkort opstaan

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    Frank Mir Doesn't Want to Hear Excuses from Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira

    Three years ago, Frank Mir defeated Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira at UFC 92 in a one-sided beating that many of Nogueira's supporters blamed on a staph infection that had plagued Nogueira during his training camp.

    After three years of hearing people suggest that he only beat Nogueira because of that staph infection, Mir has heard enough.

    In comments to the media Thursday during a promotional call for his UFC 140 rematch with Nogueira, Mir said he thinks fighters who blame a sluggish performance on illnesses or injuries are doing a disservice to their opponents, and that he's tired of all the talk that the staph infection had something to do with Mir's second-round technical knockout victory in December of 2008.

    "There were a lot of words, circumstances surrounding the last victory how legitimate it could possibly be because of the illness of Nogueira," Mir said of what he's heard about his victory over Nogueira.

    Mir then added, "No excuses afterward."

    Although Mir said he realizes that health problems can affect a fighter, he thinks that if you agree to take a fight, it's disrespectful to your opponent to bring up those health issues after the fact.

    "As fighters, any time you say you lost because of injury, that's a strike against your opponent," Mir said. "No, the guy in front of you beat you."

    In his last two fights, Mir beat Roy Nelson and Mirko Cro Cop, and he said he believes he's getting close to heavyweight title contention if he makes it three in a row against Nogueira. But Mir said he's expecting to see an even better version of Nogueira at UFC 140, considering how impressive Nogueira looked in his victory over Brendan Schaub in August.

    "His confidence has to be up higher," Mir said. "You see it in all sports, when people's confidence is high that can be the difference between them being successful and not."

    And if he is able to beat a Nogueira who's riding high after beating Schaub, Mir won't want to hear any excuses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kemal View Post
    Frank Mir Doesn't Want to Hear Excuses from Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira

    Three years ago, Frank Mir defeated Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira at UFC 92 in a one-sided beating that many of Nogueira's supporters blamed on a staph infection that had plagued Nogueira during his training camp.

    After three years of hearing people suggest that he only beat Nogueira because of that staph infection, Mir has heard enough.

    In comments to the media Thursday during a promotional call for his UFC 140 rematch with Nogueira, Mir said he thinks fighters who blame a sluggish performance on illnesses or injuries are doing a disservice to their opponents, and that he's tired of all the talk that the staph infection had something to do with Mir's second-round technical knockout victory in December of 2008.

    "There were a lot of words, circumstances surrounding the last victory how legitimate it could possibly be because of the illness of Nogueira," Mir said of what he's heard about his victory over Nogueira.

    Mir then added, "No excuses afterward."

    Although Mir said he realizes that health problems can affect a fighter, he thinks that if you agree to take a fight, it's disrespectful to your opponent to bring up those health issues after the fact.

    "As fighters, any time you say you lost because of injury, that's a strike against your opponent," Mir said. "No, the guy in front of you beat you."

    In his last two fights, Mir beat Roy Nelson and Mirko Cro Cop, and he said he believes he's getting close to heavyweight title contention if he makes it three in a row against Nogueira. But Mir said he's expecting to see an even better version of Nogueira at UFC 140, considering how impressive Nogueira looked in his victory over Brendan Schaub in August.

    "His confidence has to be up higher," Mir said. "You see it in all sports, when people's confidence is high that can be the difference between them being successful and not."

    And if he is able to beat a Nogueira who's riding high after beating Schaub, Mir won't want to hear any excuses.
    Als ik me goed herinner is er door Nogueira helemaal niets gezegd na het gevecht, maar was het Dana White die het ter sprake bracht.
    Hoe dan ook, een gezonde Nog tegen Mir levert hopelijk een interessant gevecht op.


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    IF FEAR HAS A STRANGLEHOLD ON YOUR LIFE, TURN AROUND, FACE IT...AND BEAT THE SHIT OUT OF IT!

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Bambino View Post
    Na Jones heeft Machida de langste reach, en vergeet niet, Machida is een van de slimste vechters van UFC!
    lol, niet dus. Machida heeft een reach van 74 wat vrij kort is voor LHW.
    Bones heeft een reach van 84.

    10 inch=25 cm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Asura View Post
    lol, niet dus. Machida heeft een reach van 74 wat vrij kort is voor LHW.
    Bones heeft een reach van 84.

    10 inch=25 cm
    Machida heeft Seagal achter zich staan...

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    als jones wint, dan blijft hij een tijd kampioen want ik zie hendo niet winnen van jones, als er iemand kans maakt is het phil davis met zijn wrestling skills. anders zal hij naar heavyweights moeten verkassen voor nieuwe uitdaging.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Virtus View Post
    Machida zie ik als de laatste vechter die enigzins kans heeft om Jon Jones te pakken. Zo niet, dan voorzie ik dat Jones lang gaat domineren in de light-heavyweight klasse.
    Als ie steeds na elke partij een half jaar pauze neemt dan kan het wel even gaan duren ja.

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    Jon Jones: 'I'm the Best Fighter I've Ever Been Right Now'

    UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones says he'll be better than ever when he steps into the Octagon with Lyoto Machida at UFC 140.

    Jones said on The MMA Hour that he's been training four times a day, and that he's physically stronger, in better shape and a better mixed martial artist than he's ever been before.

    "Judging on my numbers in the weight room, judging on my numbers in the cardio tests, it's the best I've ever been," Jones said. "I'm the best fighter that I've ever been right now."

    If that's true it would be bad news for Machida, as in Jones's last two fights he had no trouble running through two fighters who have previously beaten Machida, Shogun Rua and Rampage Jackson. Jones also said that he believes that dealing with Rampage before their previous fight -- when Rampage frequently denigrated Jones -- has made him mentally stronger.

    "Rampage elevated me in a way of being able to handle future opponents who are going to get under my skin and try to trash talk me," Jones said.

    As Jones has become one of the freshest faces and brightest young stars in the UFC, there's been something of a backlash among MMA fans , and Jones said he hears from fans on Twitter who tell him he's too cocky or arrogant. Jones said he's not sure what he's done to inspire that kind of backlash, but he has learned to accept it.

    "I could see if I was Floyd Mayweather," Jones said, referring to the brash boxing champ who seems to delight in making fans hate him. "I deal with it by realizing that not everyone's going to love you."

    Although Jones has become a star, he says that hasn't changed who he is deep down -- even though he has changed as a fighter and become, in his own mind, better than ever.

    "In high school I got the free lunch because we didn't have the finances to go to Wendy's for lunch like the other kids," Jones said. "That I got good at fighting ... that changes nothing about the real world. I have changed as an athlete -- I believe in my heart that I'm the best, I believe I won't lose to Lyoto, or Rashad [Evans], or [Dan] Henderson or any of the other guys. ... As 'Bones' I'm growing and yeah I'm a little cocky and it's important to be that way. But as Jonathan, in the real world, everyone who meets me will say I treated them with the utmost respect."

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    Machida: Don't be suprised if i take Jones down

    Conventional wisdom has Lyoto Machida trying to keep it standing when he faces Jon Jones this weekend and attempts to take the light-heavyweight title from him.

    A black belt in his own family style of karate - which has hefty doses of Muay Thai and boxing thrown in - the Brazilian former champion has caused problems for all his opponents bar one when standing with them. He is famously hard to hit, throws his own shots with raw power and has an unusual arsenal which opponents cannot always pre-empt.

    But that also sounds a lot like Jones, who already has a reputation as one of the most unorthodox fighters in the UFC. He seamlessly blends techniques from different arts to produce a style which has allowed him (bar one disqualification) to remain undefeated for his whole career.

    “I guess it’s hard to predict how things will go on during the fight, but we trained a lot offensive wrestling, me taking him down. Besides the takedown defenses, we trained counterattacks with the takedowns, so if I take him down, it won’t be a surprise for me, for my team, because we know what we’ve been doing here,” Machida told Tatame.

    He has been working with Muhammad ‘King Mo’ Lawal on his wrestling, but much of that will probably be defensive work. Machida’s chosen way of bring the fight to the floor is the foot-sweep, which he has proven his effectiveness with time and again.

    If he can get Jones down and keep him there the fight will become extremely interesting as we have not seen enough of Jones working from his back to assess his Jiu Jitsu, although the flying triangle attempt on Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson recently suggests that he is as creative there as he is striking.

    The fight takes place this weekend as the headline bout of UFC 140, which is being staged at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Canada.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Soulbringer320 View Post
    Geeuw. Doen ze dat soort shit nog steeds?

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    UFC 140 Prelims to Air Live on ION Television

    Four of the seven UFC 140 preliminary bouts will air live on ION television, the UFC recently announced.

    Beginning at 7 pm. ET, ION will air Igor Pokrajac vs. Krzystof Soszynski, Jared Hamman vs. Constantinos Philippou, Dennis Hallman vs. John Makdessi and Yves Jabouin vs. Walel Watson.

    The remaining preliminary bouts will be streamed on Facebook. Those fights are Mark Bocek vs. Nik Lentz, Rich Attonito vs. Jake Hecht and Mitch Clarke vs. John Cholish.
    This will be the third time ION has televised UFC undercard bouts, but the first time with two hours set aside. ION aired one-hour UFC prelim shows for UFC 125 and UFC 127 earlier this year.

    The UFC 140 pay-per-view starts at 9:00 p.m. ET for one final time before pay-per-views return to the 10 p.m. ET start time beginning with UFC 141.

    Pay-Per-View Bouts - 9 p.m. ET
    Jon Jones vs. Lyoto Machida
    Frank Mir vs. Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira
    Tito Ortiz vs. Antonio Rogerio Nogueira
    Mark Hominick vs. Chan Sung Jung
    Claude Patrick vs. Brian Ebersole

    ION TV Preliminary Bouts - 7 p.m. ET
    Igor Pokrajac vs. Krzystof Soszynski
    Jared Hamman vs. Constantinos Philippou
    Dennis Hallman vs. John Makdessi
    Yves Jabouin vs. Walel Watson

    Facebook Preliminary Bouts

    Mark Bocek vs. Nik Lentz
    Rich Attonito vs. Jake Hecht
    John Cholish vs. Mitch Clarke

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    UFC 140 Predictions

    Will Jon Jones continue his domination of the light heavyweight division, or will Lyoto Machida get the belt back? Can Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira avenge his loss to Frank Mir? Will Tito Ortiz continue his surprising career resurgence, or will he be sent a step closer to retirement by Antonio Rogerio Nogueira?

    We'll answer those questions and more as we predict the winners at UFC 140.

    What: UFC 140: Jones vs. Machida

    When: Saturday, the Facebook stream begins at 5:45 PM ET, the Ion televised card starts at 7 and the pay-per-view starts at 9.

    Where: Air Canada Centre, Toronto

    Predictions on the five pay-per-view fights below.

    Jon Jones vs. Lyoto Machida
    With a win, Jones would put a bow on what may have been the best year any fighter has ever had in the UFC: Jones has already destroyed Ryan Bader, Shogun Rua and Rampage Jackson in 2011, and adding Lyoto Machida to that list would be an incredible feat.

    Machida, however, may be the light heavyweight whose style is the trickiest for Jones to handle. Machida is so elusive that Jones is going to have a hard time getting to him even with his decided reach advantage, and Machida is such a good counter-striker that Jones is going to have to be careful not to get too fancy. Machida has frustrated a lot of great fighters, and it wouldn't shock me to see him win a decision.

    But Jones has been so dominant of late that I simply can't pick against him. If Jones is able to take Machida down he should be able to use his superior strength to bully him on the ground, and even if the fight remains standing, Jones is eventually going to tag Machida the way Shogun Rua did. Of all the light heavyweights in the world, I give Machida the best chance of beating Jones. But right now I'd pick Jones over anyone.
    Pick: Jones

    Frank Mir vs. Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira
    Mir has made no secret that he's a little annoyed that he even has to give Nogueira a rematch, three years after Mir won by TKO. And Mir really doesn't like the fact that Nogueira and his supporters have suggested that an illness prior to the last fight is the reason Nogueira won.

    This time around there should be no excuses, and the fight should go more or less the way the last one did: Mir will get the better of Nogueira standing, and he won't even try to engage Nogueira on the ground. Nogueira did earn a solid win over Brendan Schaub in August, but to the extent that these two have changed since the last time they fought, I think Mir has become bigger and stronger while Nogueira has become older and slower.
    Pick: Mir

    Tito Ortiz vs. Antonio Rogério Nogueira
    A year ago Ortiz was largely written off as washed up, but he deserves a lot of credit for persevering: He beat Ryan Bader soundly and then fought a good fight in a losing effort against Rashad Evans. And the mere fact that Ortiz is now preparing to fight for the third time in less than six months, after fighting only once a year every year from 2007 to 2010, says a lot about how much healthier he is after his recovery from back surgery.

    Nogueira, on the other hand, is on a two-fight losing streak and hasn't had a really strong performance since he TKO'd Luiz Cane more than two years ago. If either one of these guys has looked washed up recently, it's Little Nog.

    However, in this particular matchup Nogueira's boxing is going to carry the day: Nogueira should be able to keep Ortiz at range and batter him with punches, and eventually Nogueira will wear Ortiz down enough to win by TKO.
    Pick: Nogueira

    Claude Patrick vs. Brian Ebersole
    Patrick is 3-0 since signing with the UFC lat year, and if he can win this one he'll start to make some noise in the welterweight division. But Ebersole, who's been fighting for 11 years, is much more experienced than Patrick and has a more versatile ground game, and should be able to win a decision.
    Pick: Ebersole

    Mark Hominick vs. Chan Sung Jung
    My pick for fight of the night, Hominick vs. Jung has all the makings to be one of those fights that makes you lean forward, clench your fists and stare in awe of the intensity of the action. Hominick will have the hometown crowd on his side in Toronto, just as he did the last time he fought, when he lost to Jose Aldo at UFC 129, but in that fight it was a Rocky-like crowd, cheering him because he simply wouldn't quit no matter how much punishment he took. In this fight, Hominick will be the better striker in the cage, and he should be able to out-land Jung and win convincingly.
    Pick: Hominick

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