12/11/2011 8:16pm, #81
As if the people need reasons.
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12/11/2011 8:24pm, #82
12/11/2011 8:25pm, #83
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I like fighters who are able to beat their opposition while being entertaining doing so. Jones is, so could not give any less of a motherfuck if he rapes orphaned pandas in his spare time. It is a fighter's job to fight and win, not to live up to inflated expectations of being knights in shining armour.
12/11/2011 8:25pm, #84
12/11/2011 9:01pm, #85
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- Jun 2008
I also loved how everyone thought Rampage was a super awesome dude and Jon Jones was a "fake" during the lead up to their fight. As if humping reporters and all the other Rampage shenanigans are any realer. I just chalked it up to good old racism. Some people couldn't seem to handle an articulate, successful black man in contrast to the (negative) stereotypical character Rampage plays.
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12/11/2011 9:04pm, #86
Gaah, nevermind me.
When Enson Inoue and Matt Horwich open their mouths
to say something, I go all the time like:
"**** Yeah that makes total sense to me."
Jones might be alright. I am just weird.
12/11/2011 9:59pm, #87
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- Vista, CA
12/11/2011 10:29pm, #88
he even chased down a dude who stole a ladies handbag. what the **** do you want from him, and what the **** does he owe you? have you actually had a fight in a ring or a cage btw? when something like that happens you get the **** out of the way. the WORST people are the ones who get in the way of the cornermen and doctors etc trying to show some fake sympathy for the guy who up until moments ago they had been trying to KTFO.
12/11/2011 10:41pm, #89" If one wants to have a friend one must also want to wage war for him: and to wage war one must be capable of being an enemy." - Fr. Nietzsche 'On The Friend' Thus Spake Zarathustra
12/11/2011 10:46pm, #90
when i was a kid, my number one role model was my dad. he still is, and its a bit sad really that it seems for the majority of young males this is not the case. i wouldnt want any kid of mine to consider someone theyd never even met to be their role model.