There is also the Pearson rematch on that card hopefully so its shaping up very nicely and as long as Gus does not try turn in to a wrestler it could very well be a good day at the office for the UK hardcore.
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Big step up for Jimi, Goes without saying its his biggest test. But im excited to see how he does.
I'm sure everyone will be cheering him on.
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Gus via wrestling gastank.
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http://www.mmaweekly.com/alexander-g...ondon-in-march“Gustafsson is a big test for me, but that’s what I’m in the UFC for,” Manuwa said in a statement. “He’s coming off an incredibly close loss to Jon Jones, but I feel I have the power to stop him. This is what I’ve been training so hard for and I can’t wait until March 8 in London.”
'I'm not saying I couldn't find a few minutes a day to read a forum, but somehow I've managed to make it through these past few years without being called a faggot on a daily basis.'
I get the feeling that the UFC are basically aiming to derail the Manuwa hype train. Poor form.
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This is a huge step up BUT it is an ideal opponent for Manuwa IMO.
On paper Gus is a huge favourite but style wise this is a horrendous fight for him IMO.
He will not SUB Manuwa he will not KO Manuwa so whilst he is outscoring him he will have to avoid getting KTFO which is a very real possibility for anybody fighting Manuwa.
So yes the odds will rightfully be heavily in favour of Gus but I dont think it is as big a step up as many believe.
I think somebody like Ryan Bader for example would have been a much harder match up for Manuwa than Gus.