MMA  > General MMA  > What fight are you looking forward to on Saturday the most?
September 28, 2012, 10:29 AM
Joao: For this upcoming UFC on Fuel event, the fight I am most looking forward to is the clash between Dan Hardy and Amir Sadollah. Bad boy Hardy is fighting on his home turf and Sadollah is going to outmatch Dan with his technical Muay Thai and underrated ground skills. Look for a ???Fight of the Night??? performance for both fighters, with Amir making the home crowd restless.
Question is: if Hardy loses, is he cut from the UFC?

Jim: Miocic vs Struve. I don???t think the fight will last long, but I???m very interested in seeing two young Heavyweights throw down. Will Struve show continued improvement in his standup? Will Miocic be able to use his boxing and get inside Struve? And if Miocic uses his wrestling, will he be able to avoid a triangle or arm bar from Skyscraper. In the end I see Miocic rocking Struve, who gets hit rather easily, being smart and taking his time while finishing Struve via TKO early in the fight.

Collin: Che Mills vs Duane Ludwig should be a fun fight. None of the other matchups look enticing to me at all.

David: Che might be the first TUF-tryout fighter to lose but make it to the show, he keeps getting this run as this world beater prospect, and keeps stepping on his dick. Bang is limited, but entertaining. Reminds me of Chris Lytle.

Rest of the RT @

http://7poundbag.com/2012/09/28/mma-roundtable-928-e dition/
September 28, 2012  12:58 PM ET

The Struve fight for sure. Hardy is a good striker, but Amir is smart striker. As for Hardy being cut, I dont see it. I think Dana took a shine to him after gutting it out against GSP, and once that happens your there awhile.

September 28, 2012  01:54 PM ET
QUOTE(#1):

The Struve fight for sure. Hardy is a good striker, but Amir is smart striker. As for Hardy being cut, I dont see it. I think Dana took a shine to him after gutting it out against GSP, and once that happens your there awhile.

Dan Hardy is only around because he is a brit and Dana was trying to open up the UK market....now, Bisping is the only credible fighter from the UK and is probably enough...Hardy hurts UK MMA more than he helps...

September 28, 2012  01:56 PM ET
QUOTE:

Joao: For this upcoming UFC on Fuel event, the fight I am most looking forward to is the clash between Dan Hardy and Amir Sadollah. Bad boy Hardy is fighting on his home turf and Sadollah is going to outmatch Dan with his technical Muay Thai and underrated ground skills. Look for a ???Fight of the Night??? performance for both fighters, with Amir making the home crowd restless.Question is: if Hardy loses, is he cut from the UFC?

If Hardy loses, I hope he finally gets cut...the thing is, if Hardy wins, the person he beats should be cut for losing to a bum...

September 29, 2012  03:45 AM ET

I am looking forward to the Hardy/Sadollah fight the most. I would like to see Amir take it and put Hardy out the door. The guy just rubs me wrong constantly calling out the semi-retired Hughes. You don't like that he hunts? Fine, but shut up. The guy is done fighting. Stop trying to goad him into another fight (flash KO) so that you can pad your record.

 
Comment #5 has been removed

Comment

Remember to keep your posts clean. Profanity will get filtered, and offensive comments will be removed.


Truth & Rumors

MOST POPULAR

  1. 1
    Kerr 'absolutely expects' Knicks offer
    Views
    1746
    Comments
    1433
  2. 2
    No return timetable for Lightning MVP
    Views
    880
    Comments
    218
  3. 3
    Yankees, Mets, Red Sox among Hanrahan hopefuls
    Views
    3134
    Comments
    168
  4. 4
    Niners table talks with Kaepernick
    Views
    1175
    Comments
    64
  5. 5
    ... So, L.A. will line up for Love and Durant
    Views
    5786
    Comments
    48

SI.com

SI Photos