HomeFighter Talk Rashad Evans He Is Better Apart Than Together With Jackson Camp Bruno October 29, 2012 Fighter Talk 8 Comments Rashad Evans comes clean to Karyn Bryant about his feelings on Jackson’s MMA, Jon Jones and his future in the UFC. Tweet Pin It Maybe You Don’t Have The Chin You Thought You Did Jake Ellenberger Talks Win Over Jay Hieron, Loss To Kampmann, GSP vs. Condit 8 Comments eat it October 29, 2012 Rashad is a dumbass, all that talking and no bite. Even though i don’t like Jon he took it easy on you, he could had finished your sorry as* Log in to Reply mmafan11 October 29, 2012 Rashad is a real fighter maybe you can go say things to his face if your man enough? Man up, no didn’t think so. Log in to Reply huma October 29, 2012 I like Rahad, if he was to win jones, he needs to study jeetkundo. because most of those techniques that jones uses are jeet kundo. Log in to Reply bob October 30, 2012 JJ is a decent fighter. But his main advantage is that he is TALL so your fists are too far from his face and he is LONG so he can hit you from far away without being in danger. Mix that in with good (but not great) fighting skills and you have JJ and why he is hard to beat. He has good wresting, good elbows, and chokes. His leg kicks and strikes are mostly just to soften people up for the finish. Log in to Reply Gotogo October 30, 2012 Or maybe Rashad could man up and actualy do something to Jones rather then give up in the last fight and play it safe to save face. Log in to Reply kaution187 October 30, 2012 Evans in my opinion is the only fighter in that division smart enuff and athletic enuff to get the belt from off of Jones. Log in to Reply TheKungFuLowKick October 31, 2012 @huma Jeet Kun Do isn’t one particular martial art.Bruce Lee did some kung fu, judo,boxing,basicly everything that was known internationally at his time.He would learn the same technics guys learn today if he was from our era. Log in to Reply paddedummy November 4, 2012 There were NO fighting techniques that were invented by Bruce Lee or by anyone else after he died, get off the Gracie’s and Steven Seagal’s nuts! The techniques guys learn today are the same techniques being taught in the 1960’s, the guys today actually learn fewer sport specific techniques because they are only training to compete in the sport of mma with all of it’s rules! The opening scene of Enter the Dragon is a mma match against a fat boy, they are even wearing speedos and slightly bigger fingerless kenpo gloves. Stop drinking the UFC kool aid Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.