Totalwreckages Total Fight Night Predictions

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  1. totalwreckage

    totalwreckage TMFL Coach/GM NY Jets

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    Totalwreckages Total Fight Night Predictions

    Totalwreckages Total Fight Nigh Predictions

    Here i will predict the outcome of every fight with the exception of my own because we all know those are wins :thingnana:

    Main Event
    Heavyweight #1 Contender Match
    Brock Lesnar (2-1-0, 2 KO / Graves) vs. Tim Sylvia (1-1-0, 1 KO / Marcman)


    This match traditionally is going to favor Brock Lesnar. He can stand and bang, and he has vicious take downs and ground and pound. He really wont have to worry about submissions as he is fighting another Banger. This one will not last long and I predict this one will garner 1:elephant:



    Dan Henderson (3-1-0, 3 KO / Eagles) vs. Robbie Lawler (1-0-0, 1 KO / NYJuggs)

    Robbie Lawler is a striker but Dan Henderson is an animal. A ground and Pound specialist. If Robbie can keep it on the feet he has a good shot at winning. if it goes to the ground I don't believe Robbie can stop the transitions to Hendos superior wrestling, and I look for this to be a Ground and Pound Finish probably in the late 1st/Early Second Round


    Georges St. Pierre (3-1-0, 2 KO / NYJuggs) vs. Matt Hughes (1-1-0 / Sweetness)


    Matt Hughes has good submissions, and average striking, with a solid wrestling background. Matt hughes is a good version of GSP. Matt Hughes is the 1.0 while GSP is version 3.0. GSP has all the tools Matt Hughes has but better. I think this will be a good fight and I see GSP pulling out a KO in the 3rd round. 3:elephant::elephant::elephant:

    Karo Parisyan (1-2-0, 1 KO / Ryno) vs. Matt Serra (0-2-0 / JMS)


    Judo vs Jiu Jitsu. Ryno is a solid Judo fighter and Karo is the bestjudo Fighter in the game. His Jud throws are the best, best throws in the world, all the other throws are done by little girls. As good as his Judo is I think he uses it to keep the fight on the feet and he will KO Serra in the 2nd round. 1 :elephant:

    Kenny Florian (2-2-0, 2 KO / Bogey) vs. Joe Stevenson (0-0-0 / BBJ)


    Debut Fight for Stevenson, we really don't know what to expect as of yet, but I will say I have sparred with and utilized Stevenson a lot and he is an animal. I just dont think Ken Flo will have to physical tools to beat him, but if Bogey can come to fight I think he can catch Stevenson in a sub if Stevenson doesnt come prepared. I think experience is going to out weigh physical gifts so I have Florian winning by submission in the third 1 :elephant:

    Forrest Griffin (1-1-0, 1 KO / Bogey) vs. Tito Ortiz (0-2-0 / Bondzai)


    Tito doenst have a win as he is one of the most physically talented fighters in the game. Since he doesn't have a win I am going to say Forrest pulls this one out probably by submission in the first round, as the experience of Bogey and the Jiu Jitsu of Griffin will probably win out.

    Joe Lauzon (1-2-0, 1 KO / Bondzai) vs. Nate Diza (0-2-0 / Big Hoff)


    Battle of submission fighters. Lauzon has the edge striking and both these fighters are pretty equal on the ground, so I am going ot say Lauon pulls out a TKO stoppage in round 2.

    Andrei Arlovski (3-1-0, 2 KO / Sweetness) vs. Antonio Noguiera (0-2-0 / Blaza)

    Former Champion Arlovski is looking to bounce back after his title fight, and he has a solid opponent in Big nog. I think Arlovksi will prove to be too much and keep the fight where he wants it, and KO Nog in the 1st.

    Josh Koschek (1-1-0, 1 KO / Pryor) vs. Anthony Johnson (1-0-0 / Hot Rod)

    HotRod is a fireball of a player and knows the game well. Physically Koscheck is the superior fighter, but whoever has the better stick work will win this one. If Koscheck keeps it on his feet like he did against Cabra look for Rumble to pull the upset, but if Kos can get the fight to the ground and hit his transitions I dont look for the fight to last long. I think KOS will opt to stand so I have Rumble pulling the upset in the 2nd round, via tko. 1 :elephant:

    Thiago Silva (2-2-0, 2 KO / Steel) vs. Rampage Jackson (0-1-0 / Bruce)

    Bruce no showed his CPU opponent so that tells me he doesnt have the confidence in his game to beat Steels Silva. I think Silva will win this fight in the first with GNP.

    Chuck Liddell (1-0-0, 1 KO / Cribbs) vs. Shogun Rua (0-1-0 / BBJ)

    Battle of the Demo. At this point after countless hours of the demo I am sick of both of these fighters, and I hope both of them KO each other simultaneously, however that wont happen and Chuck is the superior fighter and I believe this fight will end with a head kick KO, probably in round 2.
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    Please Please Please don't take offense to this. I am giving views and if you think Im an idiot or I am wrong, thats great you wouldn't be the first. However instead of crying about it :violin: prove me wrong. I wish you all the best of luck and I hope you all become kick ass at the game.

    Also I wanted a pink elephant rating system up to 4 however image restrictions dont allow which is why some of you got at least 1 pink elephant, and the best match up in my eyes got 3.
     
  2. jms493

    jms493 Veteran Member

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    Serra will be posting his first win this week.............
     
  3. Blaza

    Blaza In Arsene Wenger I Trust

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    Very cool. Thanks T-Dub
     
  4. NYJuggalo45

    NYJuggalo45 Walk On

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    you didn't do your own fights lol. im interested in how long you predict before you knock your opponents out...30 secs? 2 mins?
     
  5. totalwreckage

    totalwreckage TMFL Coach/GM NY Jets

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    hehe Im never gonna predict a loss for myself thats why but the way I see it I figure Gonzaga will win within 2 minutes and Bisping may be 4 minutes
     

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