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Friday, Mar 25, 2011

Diego Sanchez and Martin Kampmann Debate Fight on Twitter

By FCF Staff, photo courtesy MMA Agents
Not only was the March 3rd fight  between Diego Sanchez and Martin Kampmann one of the year’s best to date, the unanimous decision which was awarded to Sanchez afterwards, was a topic of discussion and debate throughout the MMA world for some time. Kampmann (pictured) was quick to voice his displeasure with the decision following the UFC on Versus event, and now he and Sanchez have been exchanging somewhat heated comments via their official Twitter accounts.
Here are some of the statements that Sanchez and Kampmann have directed at each other recently, regarding their first encounter and a possible rematch.
DiegoSanchez505 Diego Sanchez
@MartinKampmann you really want a direct rematch? I trained no boxing! zero! I just wrestled my ass off I underestimated your td defense.
DiegoSanchez505 Diego Sanchez
@MartinKampmann and had to resort to my streetfighting loco skills and almost droped you I seen your legs. i was not in my best shape
DiegoSanchez505 Diego Sanchez
@MartinKampmann plus you just lost two in a row u need to #earnit get a W then we can talk rematch.Your punches had snap to cut but no power
MartinKampmann Martin Kampmann
@ @DiegoSanchez505 almost dropped me??? Nah, as far as I remember you where the only one that got dropped. Wise up
DiegoSanchez505 Diego Sanchez
@MartinKampmann if we fight again it will be a even better fight. If it happens it happens your always a fun fight.
MartinKampmann Martin Kampmann
@ @DiegoSanchez505 let’s make it happen then
DiegoSanchez505 Diego Sanchez
@ @MartinKampmann if I can’t get a better fight that a win would move me up the ladder, I would love to fight you again! #Realtalk
Sanchez (23-4) has won back-to-back bouts via UD since he lost by decision to John Hathaway at UFC 114 last May. Prior to his tightly contested loss to Sanchez earlier this month, Kampmann (17-5) lost by split decision to Jake Shields at UFC 121 last November, in another bout which saw the judge’s scoring closely scrutinized.
posted by Full Contact Fighter @ 1:53 pm
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