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  1. robdaze151 is offline

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    Favorite fighter low lights

    Watching your favorite fighter during the peak of their career is truely inspiring, memorable and captivating. but every fighter eventually has that point in their career we wish we could forget. this is a thread dedicated to those times. I'll start it off with a few

    Mikey Tyson's final fights. Toss up between Danny Williams and McBride. I really can't say which one is harder to watch.

    Peter Aerts at K1 Dynamite this past New Years. I still for the life of me don't know what the **** it was I watched. All I know was it was truely pathetic.
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    I was kinda disappointed seeing Kimbo Slice being beaten by Sean Gannon (before this Kimbo had only shown his stuff in those 1 sided streetfights)


    Also, when Rampage Jackson tried to flee from cops in a giant raised truck with a picture of himself on the side of it.


    I can't really pinpoint when Ken Shamrock went over the edge but there's been times when he's reminded me of old David Hasselhoff drunk eating a cheeseburger.
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    Big Nogueira vs Frank Mir. Both times.
    Cro Cop's whole UFC run.
    Don Frye in everything since he and Ken destroyed each others legs in PRIDE.
    Royce vs Hughes.
    Hughes-Penn III.
    Tim Sylvia vs Bo Cantrell AND Tim Sylvia on Blind Date.
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    Tyson's ear biting.

    Roy Jones since his second fight with Tarver.

    Chuck turning into a glass jaw.

    Royce vs Hughes.

    Mir/Lesnar II.

    Fedor's current state.
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    Quote Originally Posted by robdaze151 View Post
    Peter Aerts at K1 Dynamite this past New Years. I still for the life of me don't know what the **** it was I watched. All I know was it was truely pathetic.
    Peter Aerts beat Semmy Schilt, no?



    Muhammad Ali vs Larry Holmes

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    Chavez - De La Hoya II: I'd damn near idolised JCC for a long time. This was the beginning of the end.

    Nigel Benn - pretty much anything after the McClellan fight, perhaps unsurprisingly the fire had dimmed a lot.

    Williams - Han. Gutting.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tranquil Suit View Post
    Peter Aerts beat Semmy Schilt, no?
    Nah dude, he wrestled fujita in a Pro Rasslin fiasco.
    Quite sad actually. I'm sure it made baby jesus cry
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    This one always struck me as a lowlight of both fighter's careers:
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    Heh, the referee could beat them both at any given moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robdaze151 View Post
    Nah dude, he wrestled fujita in a Pro Rasslin fiasco.
    Quite sad actually. I'm sure it made baby jesus cry
    Oh that... Yeah I've seen it.
    I agree his pro wrestling was subpar, but does that really qualify as a career lowlight of a fighter?

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