HomeFighter Talk Stephen Wonderboy Thompson vs Dan Stittgen Behind The Scenes At UFC 143 Bruno April 3, 2012 Fighter Talk 17 Comments Stephen Wonderboy Thompson vs Dan Stittgen Behind The Scenes At UFC 143. Tweet Pin It Jimmy Conrad Challenge’s Dana White After White Says Soccer Is “The Least Talented Sport On Earth” Brock Lesnar Returns To F-5 John Cena At WWE Monday Night RAW On April 2, 2012 17 Comments thecyclops April 3, 2012 Wow,that head kick was all technique,no wind up or follow through..just up and snap,nice! Log in to Reply neovvl April 3, 2012 dude is the man that brazil kick was wicked Log in to Reply Stranger April 3, 2012 great technique, twas a pretty kick. Log in to Reply PRESIDENT EISENHOWER April 3, 2012 Give him siyar bahadurzabadababda (if he beats paulo) and see what happens when Kickboxing meets Karate 2012 Log in to Reply j0e April 3, 2012 he’s super exciting i’m charmed Log in to Reply sticky April 3, 2012 You can tell this kid has a genuinely good heart, unlike other whom you can tell are presenting a facade. *coughjonjonescough* Log in to Reply warrior1978 April 4, 2012 Stephen is indeed how he presents on this video. I live 10 minutes from Upstate Karate and have trained with him a few times. He’s a solid guy who I hope goes far in the UFC. South Carolina is so ignorant of this sport, and I’m relieved to have a guy like him bring it to the light. Also, after training with him it was clear how bad I suck and any dreams I had of becoming a fighter were mocked….and we were just doing drills. Log in to Reply stu11 April 4, 2012 “Wonderboy is the best striker I’ve seen in my life” GSP Log in to Reply Jbs77 April 4, 2012 What is with that photo. It looks like he drank a glass of red Koolaid. Log in to Reply Dharmaboy April 4, 2012 That winning flip to pose is god like! Log in to Reply MMAGiantSilva April 4, 2012 seems like a genuinely great guy. Not gonna lie I have a lot of concerns with his stance when fighting but needless to say that was a wonderful kick one of the best i have ever seen. Log in to Reply PitfighterZ April 4, 2012 @MMAGiantSilva: “Not gonna lie I have a lot of concerns with his stance when fighting.” It’s how he baits his opponents to do what he wants. It’s like GSP with the faint TDs. Wonderboy has pretty decent JJ, too. I think that, if he is learning some wrestling with GSP, this kid has everything to be champion later on in the game. Of course there are many great fighters that can test him, especially in mixing up wrestling, ground, and stand up, but he has tons of experience, he is training with some of the best, and he just doesn’t know how to lose. Log in to Reply tonysnow April 4, 2012 one great fight in the ufc, lets give him time before we call him the next big thing Log in to Reply drunkentigah April 4, 2012 It seems to be either a karate or tkd stance. he probably has a background in tkd cause he has his hands a bit low and presents a side profile Log in to Reply kaobeto April 5, 2012 His brother-in-law is Carlos Machado, cousin of Gracie. Log in to Reply warrior1978 April 5, 2012 @drunkentigah His background isn’t tae kwon don’t, its kenpo/kickboxing. He did a lot of point sparring growing up and fought in WCL. In 2006 he was called the best kickboxer in the world by, that’s right – Chuck Norris. Log in to Reply KungFuLowKick April 5, 2012 @kaobeto Nice I didn’t knew that.That means he probably has some good BJJ.I already knew he was a good grappler because you can’t become pro with no grapplnig.But Carlos is a great fighter and coach. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.