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ericr64 Says, in 11-16-2012 at 18:40:05 from 50.124.8.248    

For the definition of “A puncher’s chance”, see fight #1.

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kill Says, in 11-17-2012 at 00:38:09 from 98.202.90.14    

i would not call it a punchers chance. just gsp had a better chance winning like that. witch says a whole lot for serra specially when he gives up height and reach. its like saying this fight is the definition of ‘a good top game control conservative ground and pound chance’. imo the only way matt was lucky the first fight was gsp stood and banged with him. he was not so lucky the second fight. guess you could say george was lucky that matt tried to engage and fight making it a lot easier for gsp to take him down. can you say RE tarr D……….

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Rick Says, in 11-17-2012 at 04:49:11 from 72.214.7.86    

With a belt on the line, that was a little early stoppage.

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greengiant Says, in 11-17-2012 at 08:46:32 from 71.196.251.21    

The little guy beat his butt legitimately the first time and the second the little guy did some good things too but gsp proved to be too much this night.I think serra still could contend with top 10 fighters.On the ground i noticed some things serra did that i think only a smaller person could do.Short and tall have advantages but it really just depends on the person.//rt

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mike Says, in 11-17-2012 at 10:07:19 from 99.246.133.25    

pretty sure GSP lost his father like a couple days before the first fight, and so he was in a weird place. But yeah, imagine Condit has a chance. It’s not like GSP hasn’t dominated every single round of every opponent after that first Serra fight. Look at the facts, not what you want to believe, that makes you a sucker

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