UFC on FUEL 10: The Pros Picks

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                    <p>UFC stars predict who will win Satruday's main event between Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira and Fabricio Werdum.</p>

Anthony Pettis - I like Nog
T.J. Grant - I want Nog
Johny Hendricks - Nog
Frankie Edgar - Werdum
James the Huna - Werdum, maybe
Sara McMann - Nog by ground superiority
Cowboy Cerrone - Nog
Daniel Cormier - Werdum
Phil Davis - Nog, he's just a gangster

Nog wins the pros picks, by a score of 6-3.

Who do you think is going to win?


Have none of these people watched werdum fight? He's like nog but with less mileage. Phone Post 3.0

Jobe Watson's New and Improved Butler - James the Huna, huh?

Yeah he's like Attila the Hun or Jabba the Hutt.

Once you build up enough street cred you drop your last name and take on a title instead. Phone Post

Is this who they expect to win, or who they HOPE will win

Werdum by demolition Phone Post

Werdum got even superior BJJ, IMO, as he is a two-time Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu world champion, a two-time ADCC world heavyweight champion and he is also the European Jiu-Jitsu champion.

He is also a black belt in Judo.

And his stand-up is at least comparable, if not better... He is a black belt in Muay Thai as well. I was under the impression he was winning the striking exchange against a 'roided Overeem, in that weird fight, where he hurt his knee.

Plus, Werdum is bigger and stronger, and Nog's taken more damage across the years.

I think Werdum takes this one decisively, either standing or on the ground.