11/02/2011 10:50am, #21
Regardless, he'll always be a legend in my opinion.Shut the hell up and train.
11/02/2011 2:49pm, #22
Same here, was going "YES! See? *That's* what Cro Cop...........Oh.............well, ****. Nevermind."
Been watching MMA for way longer than any of my friends and I'm positive at this point they think I'm an idiot for thinking going on about how awesome Filipovic was prior to his stint in the UFC. Damn shame.
Whatever, watching Cro Cop wreck fighters during his tenure in Pride is one of the big reasons I got into MMA. Still one of the greatest in my book."Keep a sharp knife, shiny boots and be on time."
11/03/2011 7:17am, #23
he's a legend. if you're a fan of MMA, you should be a fan of crocop. i've been watching the man fight for a decade.
11/03/2011 9:28am, #24
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Not everybody stays on top. Athletes know this. Spectators and professional fans just get mad and irate when they see someone decline, but staying on top for 10 years is no simple feat, and some just can't manage it. It doesn't erase your past accomplishments though. How many people can say they've whooped Wand's ass, anyway?Originally Posted by Sarcastro
11/03/2011 10:19am, #25
11/04/2011 1:12am, #26
This thread has me going back and watching old Pride fights. I still watch the UFC, but damn I miss Pride."Keep a sharp knife, shiny boots and be on time."
11/05/2011 1:05pm, #27
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Oh man i miss pride too...ive been checking Art of war, an MMA event from China latery.It kinda reminds me of Pride, have anyone seen it?