Posted On:7/10/2011 1:05am
Sort of. John Hess got on on the fly DQ for pushing it.
To my understanding, he lost his prize money but only dropped out because he injured his hand (Although he claims the UFC blacklisted him afterwards).
I also heard that Joe Charles almost beat him up in the locker room.
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Posted On:7/10/2011 1:35am
Style: Submission Grappling
They said he injured his hand, but in reality they booted him (Related to Tripp by Severn)
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Posted On:7/10/2011 7:15am
Interesting. Hess doesn't seem to mention it on his Sherdog interview, though:
Perhaps both reasons are true?
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Posted On:7/10/2011 7:57am
Style: Shoulders Rehabs. Plurals
Originally Posted by Alex
personally i think youre just a fucking moron, but im sure there is more to it than that since i consider almost everyone i talk to a moron. in fact, when i talk to myself, i often become disgusted at what a dipshit i am.
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Posted On:7/10/2011 9:10am
The wost ufc was ufc 76 knockout....boring as hell and not a single knockout
it would have been better if it wasn't called knockout
Posted On:7/10/2011 9:24am
Originally Posted by excludedmiddle
Harold Howard's first fight, Karate beats Muay Thai with a KO. Pretty awesome fight for back then.
Howard reminds me of a young JFS (with more skills), and his fish hooking Payne fits rightin with that.
Posted On:7/10/2011 9:26am
Originally Posted by Boneless
it would have been better if it called knockout
Knockabout did not have the same ring to it.
Posted On:7/10/2011 10:03am
do we have videos or atleast pictures??
Posted On:7/10/2011 10:16am
5'10" 200lbs Kenpo practitioner Keith Hackney against a 6'8" 600lbs Emmanuel Yarborough.
awesome got a new flavor.
Posted On:7/10/2011 10:26am
Style: Nothing - yet
As a matter of interest, are there any videos out there of fat guys winning ultimate fighting bouts? By that, I mean really fat guys, the sort that could have appropriate entrance music involving nothing but a tuba - not just some kickboxer with a beer gut...
I've seen a few vids where the fat guys lose...
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