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UFC 100

By: Lawrence Leary | Mar 31 2010 | 380 words | 1630 hits

Will be one of the biggest events that will occur in Mixed Martial Arts history. This card features the fight for the unification of the heavyweight title belts between Brock Lesnar and Frank Mir, George St. Pierre vs. Thiago Alves for the welterweight title, and also ultimate fighter coach's battle with Michael Bisping vs Dan Henderson.

The Brock Lesnar vs. Frank Mir fight is going to be interesting because the first time the two fought Lesnar just made a rookie mistake which Mir took full advantage of it. Mir is a excellent heavyweight but if Brock brings his "A" game in the octagon that he will become an unstoppable force in the UFC and could be the next big thing in MMA. I feel the pressure in this fight still remains with Lesnar because Mir was the only fighter to defeat him in his short UFC career. I see Lesnar winning this fight in round 2 by knockout.

The next fight that I want to talk about in UFC 100 is the George St. Pierre vs. Thiago Alves. In my personal opinion, no one in the welterweight class will be able to defeat George St.Pierre. This guy is a beast and a tremendous work ethic when he is in the Octagon. I watched my boys Jon Fitch get smashed, Josh Koshcheck go down, and also '"The Prodigy" B.J. Penn get embarrassed by St. Pierre. I have cheered against Pierre one time too many and have decided that if you can't beat'em, then you have to join'em. I'm sorry Thiago Alves, I am not going against GSP anymore. This fight will not leave round number one GSP by knockout.

The Ultimate Fighter show has the two coaches also going head to head in this UFC pay per view. Michael Bisping vs Dan Henderson will be a very interesting fight with two talented fighters. Henderson has a history as a pride champion and showed me that he has some potential. Bisbing is a good fighter but hasn't really gotten challenged in his MMA career. Dan Henderson in his prime would defeat Michael Bisbing, since Henderson is 38 years old, Bisbing will probably defeat him in a decision. Henderson will not get knocked out in this fight, but he will take another loss due to father time.


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