There’s a difference between UFC Fighting Night Live Thicken shirt and the main card of a dull ass fight night. He deserved to be at least the third fight down on the main card. But I know Dana doesn’t care for grapplers. But Elkins is an exciting fighter so who knows. I think his lack of activity makes the org warry of trying to give him a push. Hall is one of those folks who probably make more money being able to say they are a ufc fighter in their other business than actually taking the time out of that business to fight much.
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Hall has been begging for fights, UFC Fighting Night Live Thicken shirt White gives them out to him like a frigid wife who only has sex twice a year, on New Year’s Eve and their anniversary, if she doesn’t get a headache. Yeah, but I don’t think it’s that many fights and nothing’s stopping the UFC from offering him the 200th ranked guy, which is a useless fight for hall. I had no idea there even was an event on this weekend until someone mentioned Hall was fighting on it here. The main card has no draw at all minus an out of retirement fight for Faber. Better? they are kinda in different lanes. Maia is all about control up until the submission presents itself. Hall is more a granddaddy of the new school and creates submission opportunities by constantly inverting and diving for legs. Both can be better against different defensive grapplers. But I’d say Hall is much more dangerous.
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The interesting thing is that UFC Fighting Night Live Thicken shirt is the kryptonite to Ryan Hall’s game. That heavy top pressure and control make it very difficult to invert. If you can’t get your hips and head off the ground, you can ‘t do anything. Last week, when this sub was going bonkers over his leg weave passing it was pointed out more than once that Maia’s pressure is some of the best in all of MMA. Even a monster like Gunnar Nelson couldn’t deal with it. The thing about Ryan Hall though is that he’s just so damned intelligent. If anyone can find a seam to split in Maia’s ground game, it’s him. What I’m trying to say is, I’d sell a kidney to see those two fight. Too bad their weight classes are so far apart. Ryan Hall is one of very few fighters in the UFC who could legitimately end their opponent’s career in a single fight. And his demeanor makes him all the more frightening.