John Maloul

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  • Josh Matt posted 607 days ago

    Josh Matt

    fan add?

  • Megan Watson posted 754 days ago

    Megan Watson

    For Silva vs Sonnen II, you know.. I'm really not sure. I would love for Sonnen to win, but I really think Silva is going to be a little more prepared for this bout. However, I don't know if he's going to be able to stop Sonnen's takedowns while Sonnen I'm sure has been working on his submission defense and evasion... Sonnen will probably be aggressive again with striking which is dangerous with a striker like Silva, even after how the last fight went or especially after how the last fight went lol I'm just not sure.. which I think is adding to the excitement!

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    Jim Miller holds a better overall record at 21-4 than Cerrone (18-4).

    Jim Miller holds a better record (10-3) under Zuffa promotions than Cerrone (11-4-1).

    Now let's look into each fighter's level of competition.

    Jim Miller has fought and beaten eight UFC mainstays Bart Palaszewski, Matt Wiman, TUF Season 6 winner Mac Danzig, Duane Ludwig, Mark Bocek, Gleison Tibau, handed Kamal Shalorus his first career loss, and perennial contender Melvin Guillard.

    Who has Donald Cerrone defeated? 10 of his 18 victories (more than half) came against fighters who have never stepped foot inside the UFC's octagon. Not to mention, Nate Mohr who went 1-3 in the organization.

    But what about Cerrone's seemingly pretty good-looking UFC record of 5-1?

    You mean his UFC debut against Paul Kelly whose no longer in the UFC? He's fighting for the Super Fight League (SFL) in case you were wondering. Pretty prestigious, eh?

    Oh, you mean Cerrone's three consecutive wins over Featherweights (yes, that's right all 3 of these upcoming fighters all fight in the UFC's Featherweight division) Vagner Rocha, Charles Oliveira, and Dennis Siver.

    It should be noted Cerrone's victory over Oliveria did not occur until AFTER Oliveria received his first career loss and that whole Lightweight version of Jose Aldo hype train was derailed by none other than, James Andrew Miller (Jim Miller).

  • . . posted 778 days ago

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    I wanted to further analyze the comparison of Donald Cerrone and Jim Miller and their rankings in the Lightweight division.

    As I stated, Jim Miller has faced a higher overall level of competition and for a much longer time than Donald Cerrone.

    Jim Miller holds a better overall record at 21-4 than Cerrone (18-4).

    Jim Miller holds a better record (10-3) under Zuffa promotions than Cerrone (11-4-1).

    Now let's look into each fighter's level of competition.

    Jim Miller has fought and beaten eight UFC mainstays Bart Palaszewski, Matt Wiman, TUF Season 6 winner Mac Danzig, Duane Ludwig, Mark Bocek, Gleison Tibau, handed Kamal Shalorus his first career loss, and perennial contender Melvin Guillard.

    Who has Donald Cerrone defeated? 10 of his 18 victories (more than half) came against fighters who have never stepped foot inside the UFC's octagon. Not to mention, Nate Mohr who went 1-3 in the organization.

    But what about Cerrone's seemingly pretty good-looking UFC record of 5-1?

    You mean his UFC debut against Paul Kelly whose no longer in the UFC? He's fighting for the Super Fight League (SFL) in case you were wondering. Pretty prestigious, eh?

    Oh, you mean Cerrone's three consecutive wins over Featherweights (yes, that's right all 3 of these upcoming fighters all fight in the UFC's Featherweight division) Vagner Rocha, Charles Oliveira, and Dennis Siver.

    It should be noted Cerrone's victory over Oliveria did not occur until AFTER Oliveria received his first career loss and that whole Lightweight version of Jose Aldo hype train was derailed by none other than, James Andrew Miller (Jim Miller).

  • Gregory Chase posted 845 days ago

    Gregory Chase

    Well he is working on his striking, and his ground game is superb, so I think he has some interesting matchups at 185. We will see though!

  • John Maloul posted 876 days ago

    John Maloul

    i have been wrestling for 3 years since junior high i am a sophmore wrestling is the best base for mma. My parents dislike it my dad hates wrestling they dont like violence

  • Gregory Chase posted 876 days ago

    Gregory Chase

    I highly recommend it John. Wrestling is one of the best bases to start MMA on, since the discipline and strength match very well with MMA training. BJJ is my forte and my favorite. I love striking, but BJJ is an amazing art and what I was better at haha!. When I was training consistently, BJJ (No-gi) was what I looked forward to. Look for a gym that offers BJJ and Kickboxing/Muay Thai. I think that would be a good place to start!

  • John Maloul posted 877 days ago

    John Maloul

    greg thats sick man i have always wanted to train mma i am going to start it soon i do wrestling and know some bjj

  • Gregory Chase posted 877 days ago

    Gregory Chase

    Training has been a little off recently, old gym closed down, but looking to start at a new gym in the near future. Was doing casual training for about two years, and then off and on for a while. Love doing it though. Best workouts of my life!