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aceprone

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My picks:

1. Chris Horodecki
2. Bart Palaszeki
3. Rory Markham
4. And Finnally Matt Lindland...haha...

Post #1   2/17/07 10:57:33PM   

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Posted by aceprone

My picks:

1. Chris Horodecki
2. Bart Palaszeki
3. Rory Markham
4. And Finnally Matt Lindland...haha...



Good call with Lindland and Markham. Horodecki is great but could use one more season to mature.

Post #2   2/18/07 1:37:02AM   

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claude patrick
john gunderson should do well

Post #3   2/26/07 4:46:38PM   

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Ben Rothwell is 21-5, with 14 TKOs and 7 submissions (yes, he's finished everyone he's ever beaten).

He's got a Decision loss to Tim Sylvia in '01, a Decision loss to Mike Whitehead in '02. Since a 3rd-round submission loss to Dan Christison in '05, he's been on a 9-match win streak.

He's cut a swathe through the IFL, with 4 1st-round wins and one 2nd-round win.

Post #4   2/26/07 4:51:33PM   

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All the guys you've listed desreve ashot in the UFC or Pride IMO. I would like to add MIke Whitehead, who has been on a roll since he left the UFC. ANdre Gusmao and Andy Reese seem to have some good potential at 205. Also, Brock Larson lost a decision at 185 to Fitch, but I think he's worthy to given another shot in the big 2. Horodecki and Rothwell are the 2 I could see in future title contention right now.

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Post #5   2/26/07 5:35:29PM   

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Chris Horodecki
Chris Wilson
Benji Radiach again. This kid is wicked.

IMO Chris Horodecki is amazing. I been praising him since day one and nobody has listend until he beat Bart. Does it really take a fighter 8 wins nowadays b4 he gets noticed?

Post #6   2/26/07 6:59:27PM   

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chris wilson left the wolfpack and signed with bodog.

Post #7   2/28/07 5:24:27PM   

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IMO, Krzysztof Soszynski could make some noise in UFC's HVWT div...

On a side note, man Bas has a badass team...

Chris Horodecki 155 (8-0)
Jay Hieron 170 (11-3)
Benji Radach 185 (13-3)
Alex Schoenauer 205 (10-7)
Krzysztof Soszynski 265 (11-6-1)

Post #8   2/28/07 6:05:08PM