4/10/2011 10:05am, #41
He never does, probably because his frontal lobe was replaced with shock absorbers. Which is why he CAN'T BE KOED. So Suck it. Diaz FTW.
4/10/2011 10:18pm, #42
i called the draw on that mousasi fight, i fucking hate the commentators in strikeforce. its like they have never watched a fight before. "why does he keep taking him down and not doing anything?!?!? derp derp!"
fucking boneheads man people have been winning rounds doing that for fucking ages.
4/10/2011 11:05pm, #43
Keith Jardine is my hero.
Fly, you beautiful bird, FLY!
4/11/2011 10:19am, #44
Finally got around to watching the Diaz/Daley fight.
I love how Diaz pressures his opponent and works the body. Body work is underutilized in MMA, and he really shows why it matters."Never trust a quote you read on the internet" - Abraham Lincoln
4/11/2011 5:00pm, #45
I'm still amazed at the Diaz victory, I honestly would never have guessed it would have gone down like that. Amazing!
A great card overall! Also I have no qualms about any of the decisions or results :)
4/11/2011 7:07pm, #46
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Just watched it - fucking awesome.
Glad to see that the rules have been unified across Strikeforce and UFC - we already saw how that adds more tools for a fighter to use. Both Gilbert and Nick were using elbows rather nicely (especially Melendez - holy ****!).
Hopefully this talk of cross promotion fights actually goes somewhere too...
4/23/2011 1:44pm, #47
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- Riverside, CA
beautiful fight...great card...that's how it's done! Diaz made a liar out of me and it was a good stoppage. I don't care what anyone says...fighter safety first.
Sure...I'm a daley fan but him laying on the ground barely defending..especially after that temple shot he took and the gnp he did on diaz are not the same. Diaz was flored, hurt but was moving his head and defending....and Diaz was not protesting too much to the stoppage when it happened.