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Can Paul Daley Beat Josh Kocheck?

Mephisto2010-05-17 14:56:26 +0000 #1
In my mind I think this is the the biggest welterweight fight in a long time. Obviously neither guy is going to beat GSP, but what it means for the UK vs AKA feud will go a long way into determining how the UFC markets such antagonism. If Daley wins, will Hardy's viewpoint be even more concrete that AKA produces only mediocre and sub-par athletes? If Koscheck wins, will that make Swick look even worse (as in, he lost to a Hardy-camp fighter)? I hope this welterweight fights brings the heat because I love Team Hardy calling out AKA, and if Koscheck delivers....oh boy will Hardy be eating lots of crow.
Best80smovieRAD2010-05-17 15:11:22 +0000 #2
I really do not think this is a big welterweight fight. They are both good fighters but this match means nothing but another guy for GSP to lay on to defend his title again.

you are hyping it up more than anything. it really is nothing special
split decision2010-05-17 15:18:11 +0000 #3
It's a tough one to call but I think Daley might pull it off.
handlas2010-05-17 15:23:46 +0000 #4
I got Kos on it.

FYI....Chat with Paul Daley Monday, April 26 at 3PM ET on MMAfighting.com. Seen some people complain that no one mentions it on the forums. Guess not everyone goes to mmafighting.com?

Not that it matters, none of my questions got asked for Hendo :/...not that they were particularly great questions. Although I asked if he would fight in Dream if given the opportunity after fighting Shields and now I wish he would of been asked that question. Though I'm guessing it would be a definite "no".
Vanno2010-05-17 16:20:40 +0000 #5
Daley can win, but I seriously doubt that he will. Koscheck has more tools to beat him with.
Ash2010-05-17 16:32:53 +0000 #6
Hopefully Koscheck stands with him long enough to get laid out. And hopefully Daley's improved takedown defense / ground game isn't just a fabrication.

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