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Thread: If there is one guy the UFC needs to sign out of StrikeForce its this guy...

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    If there is one guy the UFC needs to sign out of StrikeForce its this guy...



    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cFl7G...eature=related

    if you don't feel like watching forward to 3 min 55 sec into it for a sick KO

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    Could finally be a legit threat against Anderson Silva. Kicked the **** out of Babalu last night. Too bad he's on Strikeforce.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dimitri_0515 View Post
    Could finally be a legit threat against Anderson Silva. Kicked the **** out of Babalu last night. Too bad he's on Strikeforce.
    this dude is filthy...and just 24 years old...

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    Hate to be the bearer of bad news but Mousasi is managed by M1 Global, same as Fedor and he will never fight at MW again, he is too big. He gave up his DREAM MW title because he couldn't get down to MW any more and to fight in the open weight 'Super Hulk' tournament (the same one Jose Canseco was in), he is in the semi-final of that. He will be a natural HW, the only way he gets to fight Anderson is at LHW and soon. A. Silva only has 3 more fights left on his UFC contract.

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    The knockout against Musashi was impressive, but from the videohighlight it looked like Jacare was giving him some trouble.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikey T View Post
    Hate to be the bearer of bad news but Mousasi is managed by M1 Global, same as Fedor and he will never fight at MW again, he is too big. He gave up his DREAM MW title because he couldn't get down to MW any more and to fight in the open weight 'Super Hulk' tournament (the same one Jose Canseco was in), he is in the semi-final of that. He will be a natural HW, the only way he gets to fight Anderson is at LHW and soon. A. Silva only has 3 more fights left on his UFC contract.
    I heard him talk about the 185 cut and he just said he doesn't feel its good for him (his body) and his fight preparation....nothing about not being able to get down to it. In any case guys like him and Fedor are less concerned with looking toned and more concerned with winning fights...which is fine because i personally think Silva is going to 205 permanently and might only move down to fight Nate Marquardt at some point. Another possibility is Silva just giving up the belt, realistically not sure what he has to gain by fighting guys he beat before or guys he destroys by looking at them. As far as M1 goes, i assume Musasi doesn't have stake in it, so it shouldn't be too hard to throw some cash at him once he is a FA.

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