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Martial-Arts Houston Alexander was a relative unknown when he stepped into the ring with "The Dean of Mean" in May of 2007. Not many gave Houston a chance in that fight, Jardine himself thought that he was being disrespected by having to fight Alexander, but something special happened that night, the rise of a new power in the UFC light heavyweight division. It took just forty eight seconds for Houston Alexander to prove to the world that he belonged in the UFC mix. If Keith Jardine wasn’t a believer before the fight, he surely was one afterwards. Alexander landed a big uppercut, then didn’t stop until the ref pulled him off. After that fight, half of the UFC fans thought that Alexander had something, a big, strong, athletic fighter with huge power in his fists. The other half didn’t see enough to make a decision. Alexander’s second fight, against Alessio Sakara took longer, thirteen seconds longer in fact. Alexander got caught early, but laid a beating on Sakara leaving the fans in disbelief, but wanting more. The fans are about to get it on November 17th when Houston Alexander takes on undefeated UFC light heavyweight fighter Thiago Silva. UFC 78 "Validation" features a main event between Rashad Evans and Michael Bisping, but if you’re like me you really want to see the Houston Alexander vs Thiago Silva fight. Thiago is undefeated in 11 fights with most of his victories .ing by way of KO or TKO. His most notable opponent was James Irvin who suffered a knee injury and lost by TKO. Can Silva stand up with Alexander? Is Alexander a one trick pony, or is he more than a brawler? If Houston Alexander wins this fight convincingly then there is no doubt that he belongs right up there in title contention with the big UFC light heavyweight stars. It’s crowded at the top, but I’m sure that somebody with Houston Alexanders strength and power can push his way through. I don’t want to make a prediction for this fight, but it’s difficult to ignore a fighter who has been so very dominant with fighters of the stature of Jardine and Alessio. Especially when you consider that Keith Jardine has wins over Chuck Liddell and Forrest Griffin. Between those two they’ve defeated Shogun, Tito, Randy. Babalu, Bonnar and the list goes on and on. Keith Jardine is at the very top of the UFC light heavyweight division, the deepest division in MMA and Alexander man handled him. Does Houston Alexander have the tools necessary to climb to the top of the UFC light heavyweight division? Will he eventually hold the belt currently held by Quinton "Rampage" Jackson? We need to see more of Houston in action to decide, but one thing is for certain, Houston Alexander will make every second of the journey exciting for the fans of the UFC. About the Author: 相关的主题文章:

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