7 Apr 2009 16:00:49 PM
With the Nick Diaz/Frank Shamrock Strikeforce bout just a few days away, now seems like as good a time as any to look back on some of the notable moments from the career of each man and then speculate irresponsibly as to who will take this one. Above, you see Nick Diaz’s crowning achievement – his victory over Takanori Gomi. What a shame that those facists at the athletic commission insisted on drug testing him afterwards and then changing the result to a no contest because of a
little shitload of weed in his system.
Nonetheless, we know what happened. Diaz proved two important things in this fight: 1) he can take a beating, and 2) he’s always a threat to submit you, especially in transition and off his back. However, in this fight we also see the patented Diaz striking style. His hands out in front, his head a stationary target, coming forward and wearing you down with accumulation of strikes more than with power.
Now let’s take a look at something recent from Shamrock’s portfolio.Read More DIGG THIS