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UFC 204: Bisping vs. Henderson II - Results/Discussion (Spoilers)

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Roberts was winning 4:50 seconds of the 2nd round, he had Perry hurt in the round as well, so no 10 seconds does not win you the round

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Posted by Shawn91111

Roberts was winning 4:50 seconds of the 2nd round, he had Perry hurt in the round as well, so no 10 seconds does not win you the round



That is a bit of a stretch that Roberts was winning the entire 4.50 lol, i didn't see Perry visibly hurt ? Maybe the head kick rocked him a bit I think...but yeah Roberts could have won that fight had he not been drawn into a fire fight

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Diakiese is too wild, wish he would throw some combos instead of a strike at a time

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Posted by Shawn91111

Roberts was winning 4:50 seconds of the 2nd round, he had Perry hurt in the round as well, so no 10 seconds does not win you the round



That is a bit of a stretch that Roberts was winning the entire 4.50 lol, i didn't see Perry visibly hurt ? Maybe the head kick rocked him a bit I think...but yeah Roberts could have won that fight had he not been drawn into a fire fight



Roberts controlled almost that entire round. Was Perry as rocked/hurt as Roberts, no, but he was viably rocked. But as you said, and I agree, had Roberts not been drawn in at times, ie. the last 30 seconds of every round, he could have won.

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Diakiese has good striking, but he was wild and needed to calm down. He missed a lot of strikes, especially at the end when Sajewski was covering up against the cage

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The fuck is going on this event

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Man Edwards got that arm under the chin real quick ! Tumenov didn't show enough urgency for escape, but hard to defend when you get under the chin like that..books or no hooks

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Posted by Shawn91111

The fuck is going on this event



There's been a few head scratchers so far.

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Stasiak may be small but he is deceptively strong for BW, close round probably give it to Grant though

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I'm with y'all. This event is brutal for picks. Martins cost me $80K, and Tumenov I figured was a lock, if there's such a thing.

5pts here.

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lol this event...what is going on

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If this trend continues we're going to see Hendo walk away with the belt!

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Maybe my Manuwa pick will hit too. I was in the 15% that took him.

I'm actually not watching the fights yet though. Didn't feel like shelling out $60 bucks so on my way to B-Dubbs. Hopefully there's not a wait.

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Posted by JLS1980

I'm with y'all. This event is brutal for picks. Martins cost me $80K, and Tumenov I figured was a lock, if there's such a thing.

5pts here.

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dude....me too

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Fuck shit card.

Thank god for underdog bets.

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