"Smith made us aware that strikers could win if they sprawled, had a decent guard and picked their shots."
Smith didn't sprawl at all, he accepted the fact that he would get taken down early on (and said that much before the fight). Frank had taught him how to use the guard to minimize the damage on the ground, and they were hoping that Coleman would run out of gas. Which he did. Coleman admitted afterwards that he didn't take Smith serious and hadn't trained hard. If he had been in the shape of UFC 10, the whole fight would have looked a lot pretty much like the first 6 minutes, and Coleman would have won a comfortable decision.
"mo smith was torturing him. You really and honestly believe that when coleman was standing there, exhausted, that mo couldnt of just kick fucked his head into ko land? He was picking him apart, he wanted to teach coleman a lesson. I dont remember why mo smith hated coleman so much, but I remember him saying that coleman punched like a bitch."
That's laughable, if he hated him so much, it would have been a far more impressive statement to finish him off Williams-style and not leaving it in the hands of the judges. The truth is, Smith was never a knockout artist, and scared that he might get taken down again and lose the decision.