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  1. Gluckmann is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by MichalZalewski View Post
    Hello Friends,

    Maybe Bruce Buffer should rearrange his routine a little for this noteworthy occasion. Rather than waiting for the main event fighters to enter the octagon on Saturday night in Chicago, perhaps the announcer should grab the microphone a few minutes early and unleash his familiar catchphrase on us while co-main eventer Quinton Jackson is exiting the UFC cage likely for the last time. That would be the most fitting moment for Buffer to bellow, "It's time!"
    It is indeed time for Jackson and the UFC to part ways, as they presumably will after he takes on rising light heavyweight Glover Teixeira in the final fight of his contract. It's time for Quinton to go not merely because he's 34 years old, has lost his last two fights and for years has been no more than a "Mild Disturbance" rather than his old "Rampage" self. None of that is what makes Jackson's expected departure so imperative a step forward for the UFC.


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    Did the topic change all of a sudden? What the ****?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MichalZalewski View Post
    Hello Friends,

    Maybe Bruce Buffer should rearrange his routine a little for this noteworthy occasion. Rather than waiting for the main event fighters to enter the octagon on Saturday night in Chicago, perhaps the announcer should grab the microphone a few minutes early and unleash his familiar catchphrase on us while co-main eventer Quinton Jackson is exiting the UFC cage likely for the last time. That would be the most fitting moment for Buffer to bellow, "It's time!"
    It is indeed time for Jackson and the UFC to part ways, as they presumably will after he takes on rising light heavyweight Glover Teixeira in the final fight of his contract. It's time for Quinton to go not merely because he's 34 years old, has lost his last two fights and for years has been no more than a "Mild Disturbance" rather than his old "Rampage" self. None of that is what makes Jackson's expected departure so imperative a step forward for the UFC.


    Thanks and Regards,
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  4. cualltaigh is online now
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    Wait wait wait. One of the world's premier expeditionary military organisations wants to end it's association because the UFC is too brutal?

    Surely Zuffa's marketing arm had to pay through the nose for that kind of gold?

    *starts compiling tag lines to pitch to Zuffa's execs*
    Dum spiro, spero.
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    This is all Union spin doctoring. They are claiming victory when the real issue was military sponsorship of sports IN GENERAL...there congressional hearings on whether that was a appropriate use of limited funds, etc, etc. The UFC sponsorship deal was just one of many terminated sponsorships.
    One of the best Bullshido investigations ever written: http://www.bullshido.org/David_Kujawski_Investigation

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    Quote Originally Posted by sambosteve View Post
    This is all Union spin doctoring. They are claiming victory when the real issue was military sponsorship of sports IN GENERAL...there congressional hearings on whether that was a appropriate use of limited funds, etc, etc. The UFC sponsorship deal was just one of many terminated sponsorships.
    That was my question, with budget cuts, I doubted the culinary union issues were creating this or anything as much as simple math. No money, budget cuts abound, something has to give.

    But who knows as the economy improves, perhaps corp America will step right in where US Marines left off. Lets hope so.
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