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AZWildCat
post Feb 6 2014, 04:59 PM
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after his war with the ghost and his stoppage loss to karass he needs a dub bad. i wanna say take an easy fight but not Don Flamenco easy, he needs to show some improvement and personal identity in the ring. he cant afford another loss or his career is a done dolla. dont be surprised if he loses and ends up on the next lightweight season of TUF!



who's a good comeback fight for him?
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ryustuh
post Feb 6 2014, 05:34 PM
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maybe a fight with zab. not exactly easy, but given the way zab's been fighting lately, i think berto could impose his will and stop him from doing too much. andre's definitely got the chin to walk through anything judah throws, and zab doesnt exactly respond well to pressure. not necessarily an immediate comeback fight, but i think this is one in the near future that would give andre a solid test as well as some confidence if he pulls out the win. you are right about him having an identity crisis...he needs to give up the shoulder roll entirely IMO.

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post Feb 6 2014, 06:16 PM
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QUOTE (ryustuh @ Feb 6 2014, 04:34 PM) *
maybe a fight with zab. not exactly easy, but given the way zab's been fighting lately, i think berto could impose his will and stop him from doing too much. andre's definitely got the chin to walk through anything judah throws, and zab doesnt exactly respond well to pressure. not necessarily an immediate comeback fight, but i think this is one in the near future that would give andre a solid test as well as some confidence if he pulls out the win. you are right about him having an identity crisis...he needs to give up the shoulder roll entirely IMO.


The way Berto falls into his opponents because of his bad balance, he's a sucker for Judah's lethal uppercut. This is a 50/50 fight. Berto needs a win not a potential KO again. I don't think he should tangle with Zab at this time
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