Jacaré wants Dream’s belt

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MMAcca
8/6/08 2:42:01PM
Waiting for the announcement of his next opponent, Ronaldo “Jacaré” Souza keeps training hard without caring about who he will face. “The expectations are the best, I’ll do my best as a person and fighter, all my heart and faith to be the champion”, said Jacaré to TATAME. After hearing about what Jason Miller said about him. “He’s a jackass with a mouth, and can say whatever he wants. He calls himself a jackass. He can say whatever he wants, he lost, and if he wants to fight again just need to ask”, answered Ronaldo, that said he’s working everything to win his first MMA belt. “I’m training everything, Wrestling, Jiu-Jitsu… I’m going to do MMA. I’ll bring this belt home”, guarantees the Xtreme Couture athlete.







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bojangalz
8/6/08 6:41:00PM
I'm not sure that he's well rounded enough to get it just yet. But, I'm rooting for him.

Actually though- I'm not sure who I'd like to see have the Dream 155 belt. Hanson's second chance luck is a great story, especially after how well he faught Alverez in the opening round. And I think that rematch is a promoter's dream (no pun intended). And no matter what the outcome is of that fight, I'll be pleased with whoever the title holders is. Alverez is quickly becomng a fav of mine too.

I love Jacere, and this kid has a ton of potential, and personality. I'll root for him all the way too. And Aoki's no slouch either. I'd say that Dream's lightweight division is probably the most compelling of any major promotion. There seams to be four-five legit contenders, and you just don't know whose going to win on a given night. It's an aweful lot of fun.

Dream!
jiujitsufreak74
8/6/08 6:43:33PM

Posted by bojangalz

I'm not sure that he's well rounded enough to get it just yet. But, I'm rooting for him.

Actually though- I'm not sure who I'd like to see have the Dream 155 belt. Hanson's second chance luck is a great story, especially after how well he faught Alverez in the opening round. And I think that rematch is a promoter's dream (no pun intended). And no matter what the outcome is of that fight, I'll be pleased with whoever the title holders is. Alverez is quickly becomng a fav of mine too.

I love Jacere, and this kid has a ton of potential, and personality. I'll root for him all the way too. And Aoki's no slouch either. I'd say that Dream's lightweight division is probably the most compelling of any major promotion. There seams to be four-five legit contenders, and you just don't know whose going to win on a given night. It's an aweful lot of fun.

Dream!



i was a little confused by the way you typed your post. you know Jacare is a MW right? he would get the belt if he wins the MW GP just like Hansen won the LW belt by winning the LW GP.
bojangalz
8/6/08 7:13:28PM

Dream!


i was a little confused by the way you typed your post. you know Jacare is a MW right? he would get the belt if he wins the MW GP just like Hansen won the LW belt by winning the LW GP.



Brain fart.


Mchubb316
8/7/08 12:40:05AM
I don't think Jacare will win the MW grand prix. I think if he fights Manhoef it will end as quickly if not quicker than he beat Sak. If Jacare can somehow learn better striking and avoid being hit so much, he has a chance to be very good.
jiujitsufreak74
8/7/08 12:53:55AM

Posted by Mchubb316

I don't think Jacare will win the MW grand prix. I think if he fights Manhoef it will end as quickly if not quicker than he beat Sak. If Jacare can somehow learn better striking and avoid being hit so much, he has a chance to be very good.



i don't know, Melvin has also been known to wilt against grapplers. they both are each other's Achilles Heel and i would be interesting to see who capitalizes on the other's weakness first.
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