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tatsujin
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Joined: 12 Oct 2021
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Styles: Ryusei-ha Ryukyu Kempo Karate-jutsu

PostPosted: Fri Feb 11, 2022 11:19 am    Post subject: Anyone excited about UFC 271? Reply with quote

UFC 271 kicks off tomorrow...anyone excited about it or watching?

What are your picks and why?

In the main event, I think Izzy will probably win. I am, however, rooting for Whittaker. Other than Jon Jones, I don't think anyone out there is capable of creating such crazy angles and being able to spontaneously be innovative from seeming horrible positions and/or situations. "Bobby Knuckles" has some really ugly technique sometimes, but THEY WORK! If you have ever seen some of his head kick KOs, he wouldn't be graded in a Taw Kwon Do school very highly, but they go to sleep! LOL! But, he has been training with an outstanding striking trainer (boxer). So, hopefully his punches won't be the big usual wide looping shots he takes...and his punches won't be coming from the ground like they have in the past...and, for goodness sake, hopefully he learns to keep the off hand up and not at his waist! When it comes to Whittaker, there is alot of fight in that dog...and Izzy has shown that he can get hurt by the bigger brawlers.

Not too excited about the down card...the co-main? Meh...not a huge fan of either guy...although their post-fight antics are sometimes funny. Lewis has shown some recent improvement in technique and a very little bit in his endurance. I am going for a "shoey" and taking Tuivasa.

Cannonier vs Brunson might be a decent fight. Going with Cannonier on that.

Poor Roxy Modafferi might be in for another beating...I hope not! I will be pulling for her!

Other than that, meh!

How about you?
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