Calculus and accounting are two of those subjects I never cared for when I was in college. I only managed to graduate because there were a whole bunch of Korean students who sat next to me and shared answers with one another. Learning how to count in Korean was an easy price to pay for those 12 college credits. You may say that it was irresponsible not to pay attention in those classes, but it was those classes that indirectly taught me how order a mean bowl of Kim-chi, which is a way more important skill in the real world anyway.
In any case, Frank Trigg is probably way better with numbers than I am. With use of some algorithms and complex Triggonomics, on Monday, Frank Trigg told Tapout Radio that he doesn’t see any way that Matt Serra can beat him:
“This isn’t a guy you can take lightly. This is a guy that really knows what he’s doing. He almost beat Matt Hughes. He’s been in great wars before. He’s a former champion. He knocked out GSP, or (rather) TKO’d GSP. He’s a guy that’s very tough. He’s got some great techniques. He’s got some great guillotines. He’s got great balance when trying to take him down. It’s tough to take him down. He’s obviously got a great overhand right. He’s very, very good. But I have to agree with you guys. I don’t see any way he can really beat me. If I’m always on my toes, always paying attention, and picking my spots and not looking to finish him in the 45 seconds…realizing this is a guy who’s gonna be tough to finish. I’m not gonna submit him. I don’t have the black belt Renzo Gracie skill that he has in jiu-jitsu, so I’m not gonna be able to submit him. I’m gonna have to wear him down, beat him up, and that’s just how it’s gonna have work. And I’m okay with that.”
There you have it folks; that’s Frank Trigg’s equation for success at UFC 109. This might be a good time to ignore the odds makers who have ‘Twinkle Toes’ Trigg as an underdog. After all, it’s hard to argue with the mathematical certainty of a solid MMA gameplan. [Source]