UFC 155: JDS vs. Velasquez II Preview Trailer

Posted on November 19, 2012, 02:17 PM by Mike Drahota
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The first video preview for UFC 155 this December 29th has been released by UFC.com. Featuring a huge main event bout of Junior dos Santos vs. Cain Velasquez, the card will showcase a rematch of last year's first Fox televised fight. Also on the epic card are Forrest Griffin vs. Phil Davis, surging Middleweight Chris Weidman vs. Tim Boetsch, and Jim Miller vs. Joe Lauzon at Lightweight. The UFC has picked up steam a bit after a rough summer of cards, here's to hoping that the year-end show does not fail to deliver.


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  • jipariente8a
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    Cain

    Davis

    Wiedman

    Miller

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  • mindkontrolle
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    Davis, Weidman and Miller are not hard picks to make. At all. Cain over JDS is though.

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  • grandslam
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    Cain's a great fighter but I dont think he will beat JDS. I think JDS has the the advantage of speed and power. Therefore, JDS via TKO round 2. Lets see....

    Reply 1 year ago
  • Clinch_z_Demise
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    JDS will win more convincingly than last time. Great to see the UFC with such a strong card!

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  • eltoro07
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    How do u win more convincingly than a 64 sec knockout of a heavyweight fighter with over a year long layoff??? But agreed, very strong card!

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  • Brian Cox
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    This is perhaps the best overall card of the year. I think JDS will hold on to the title. I think Cain's best chance in this fight is to try and get Jr. to the ground and test his ground game. He's a great wrestler, he should us it in this fight. However, if he can't, I think JDS will basically repeat what the did last time. He's just that good with his hands and foot-work.



    Phil Davis all day long. I think this is going to be a one-sided stomping.



    Chris Weidman should easily deal with Boetsch. I was more than impressed with Chris's last fight and less than impress with Boetsch's. To be honest, I had Lombard winning the fight, as un-spectacular as it was.



    Miller / Lauzon - could go either way. I'll pick Lauzon.



    Man, December is one heck of an MMA month.

    Reply 1 year ago