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I suppose I will stick with the UK fighter and take Brendan Loughnane.

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haha although I am on the Oz team its hard not to like The Freakshow. He doesnt have a typical fighter personality & he ain`t half bad at fighting either. Those knees in the clinch were solid & that reverse guillotine thing he had Ben caught in was unique! The fight was pretty good but the rest of the episode was sorta slow. The teams messed with the coach portraits (as usual) & George & Ross tried to talk shit.. which turned out to be very flat.. both dudes are just too nice haha can`t wait for next weeks episode

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Nice performance from Fletcher.

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Fletcher did look good, he used his length well, good striking and good grappling. Team Aussie defo under estimated him.

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Fletcher did look good, he used his length well, good striking and good grappling. Team Aussie defo under estimated him.



He's got an interesting frame for 155. Similar to Jon Jones at 205. Long reach (with his arms and legs), tall and pretty skinny. Those knees he was able to hit in the clinch against the fence were nasty. A lot of guys can't do that. Like I said when they announced the cast, I see him winning for the Lightweights. There's a guy on Team Aussie that I think has a decent chance at beating him but that'll probably end up being the finals.

The guy I'm talking about is Richie Vaculik

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Budge knocks out jjeans with a nasty punch. Very quick and very impressive for Budge:

Robert Whitaker (9-2), 21, Sydney (welterweight) - Budgellism beats Luke Newman (5-0), 22, London (welterweight) - jjeans rd 1 KO

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WOW Those guys were throwin leather.

Also, Freakshow gets mad props for winning the wasabe challenge

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Posted by Rabi

Budge knocks out jjeans with a nasty punch. Very quick and very impressive for Budge:

Robert Whitaker (9-2), 21, Sydney (welterweight) - Budgellism beats Luke Newman (5-0), 22, London (welterweight) - jjeans rd 1 KO




I just finished watching it. Luke came in with HUGE shots. That could have easily gone the other way. Beautiful overhand right though to end things off

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Compared to TUF16, TUFsmashes has had the more exciting matches. AUSSIE AUSSIE AUSSIE

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Compared to TUF16, TUFsmashes has had the more exciting matches. AUSSIE AUSSIE AUSSIE



TUF Smashes > TUF 16 All day imo.

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Im enjoying both, there seems to be more heat on TUF 16 though between the fighters in the house.

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Brutal, George112 brutilizes cowcatcher, I personally felt the fight should have been stopped, cowcatcher was bleeding all over the place.

The theme continues across both versions of TUF, the coach picking the fight loses, got to be some of the worst match making we've ever seen on TUF.

-Norman Parke (16-2), 25, Bushmills, Northern Ireland (lightweight) - george112 beats -Richie Vaculik (9-1), 29, Sydney (lightweight) - cowcatcher UD

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Boy, was I wrong about Vaculik. Brits have the LWs and Aussies have the WWs so far.

Those elbows at the end of the 2nd round were nasty. I thought it was going to get stopped as well.

The fights on this version of tuf have been infinitely better than tuf 16. The guys on the show are more interesting as well. Freakshow is growing on me more and more as the weeks go by

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