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Gegard Mousasi broke down his first-round knockout of Renato “Babalu” Sobral at Strikeforce “Carano vs. Cyborg.” ...Hear More

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Post #1   8/17/09 10:37:34PM   

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His English is suprisingly good...really good...a very marketable fighter indeed.

Post #2   8/17/09 10:40:16PM   

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Man, I was wishing the UFC landed this guy. Big things ahead for Gegard. Outstanding, well rounded fighter and only 24 years old scary

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Post #3   8/17/09 11:01:21PM   

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I can't say enough good things about this guy. For someone as young as him to have such a calm composure and a well rounded arsenal is just amazing. Along with his talent he already has a wealth of experience, I believe he is one fight away from having 30. He has not lost a fight in nearly three years, in that time he has racked up an impressive 13 wins and all of which were finished in the first round except for 1. Mousasi has an incredibly bright future ahead of him and I see him annihilating all future opponents that are put before him.

Post #4   8/18/09 3:05:29AM   

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Yeah he is a scary dude and not even in his prime yet. He will be very very tough to beat

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If he can get more head movement he'll be ready for Silva. I don't blame him for taking his time though. He can make money, get a bigger name and then splash down for the superfights later. There are at least 4-5 in the next year and half for him in SF and Dream. No way he fights that much in the UFC in the next year and a half.

By the time he's 26 he'll be in the UFC though. By that time Silva may be ready for one last fight and Machida will have reigned for 2 years. :)

Post #6   8/18/09 5:54:41PM