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    The main thing that gets me is the fact that Fedor was turning over to Henderson when the fight was stopped. A stoppage is usually enforced when somebody is not able to intelligently defend themselves. Fedor was turning over to a more defensive position when the fight was stopped.

    Don't give me that bullshit about "He probably would have finished him anyways". Frankie Edgar vs Gray Maynard was not that long ago.

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    The man was unconscious!!!! he only woke after Dan punched him twice more (while the ref already stopped the fight) , him turning to his back was after the ref pulled Dan from him, and you can see Feoudor grabbing the ref's leg all confused. His chin weakened from too many hits, he became a glass jaw like Chuck and Arlovski to name a few. And i still think he always was a "big fish in a small pond" champ, though he did have some mad abilities to continue fighting while getting alot of punishment. He used to have ( against less skilled fighters) a beautiful boxing offense, but when you fight someone that knows your tricks, you better have a plan B, and a good defense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erezb View Post
    The man was unconscious!!!! he only woke after Dan punched him twice more (while the ref already stopped the fight) , him turning to his back was after the ref pulled Dan from him, and you can see Feoudor grabbing the ref's leg all confused. His chin weakened from too many hits, he became a glass jaw like Chuck and Arlovski to name a few. And i still think he always was a "big fish in a small pond" champ, though he did have some mad abilities to continue fighting while getting alot of punishment. He used to have ( against less skilled fighters) a beautiful boxing offense, but when you fight someone that knows your tricks, you better have a plan B, and a good defense.
    It's still STFU!

    Fedor got robbed!
    I'm not saying that he would have won the fight, but the referee stoppage was too soon, there should have been a foul stoppage because of the illegal hits to the back, Henderson should have gotten a warning and Fedor a 5 minute time-out AND then the fight should have been continued.
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    Quote Originally Posted by erezb View Post
    The man was unconscious!!!! he only woke after Dan punched him twice more (while the ref already stopped the fight) , him turning to his back was after the ref pulled Dan from him, and you can see Feoudor grabbing the ref's leg all confused. His chin weakened from too many hits, he became a glass jaw like Chuck and Arlovski to name a few. And i still think he always was a "big fish in a small pond" champ, though he did have some mad abilities to continue fighting while getting alot of punishment. He used to have ( against less skilled fighters) a beautiful boxing offense, but when you fight someone that knows your tricks, you better have a plan B, and a good defense.
    Is this guy for real?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirc View Post
    If he was gonna stop the fight for a knock down punch like that to Fedor, he should've stopped the fight when Fedor Knocked down Hendo.
    Yeah exactly, It would be like stopping every boxing match when you get a knockdown.

    We all saw what happened in the Kongo vs Barry fight. As far as i'm concerned the fight was stopped too soon.

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    Guys, I was as inconsolable as everyone else, but the stoppage was right and proper. To extend a metaphor used earlier, Fedor's sun has set.

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    Diaz vs Daley.


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    Watch fedor's left arm during the slow motion replay. He go rocked and flopped forward, and as hendo was punching him in the back of the head, fedor was moving his left arm up and forward to roll himself over to face henderson. He was rocked, but i don't think he was out.

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    He appeared to be unconscious and not defending himself. I don't fault the ref. If you determine someone is out, you don't sit there and wait to see if they're going to wake up. You step in. That's what he did and it was the correct action. Fedor didn't move until after the ref was already stepping in. Good stoppage.

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