I became an MMA fan in 2005, which started with my first viewing of UFC 1. For the past eight years, I've been searching for DeLucia vs. Jenkins to no avail until today. When I finally saw it, well, it was like ejaculating to me. You know, like when you have sex with a woman and you ejaculate. And now I'm getting this feeling of ejaculating wherever I go. At home, I'm ejaculating. Going to work, I'm ejaculating. Hugging my grandmother, I'm ejaculating. Raping my neighbor while his children are having a playdate with my nephew downstairs, I'm ejaculating.
Right now I'm uploading Don Frye in a closed door submission grappling match, Scott Ferrozzo's PitFight with Steve Grinnow (The best fight I've ever seen, by the way), and another fight featuring some guy in Master Rex pants.
Last edited by Holy Moment; 11/23/2013 6:50pm at .
Scott "The Pitbull" Ferrozzo was an oldschool UFC fighter most famous for his loses to Jerry Bohlander and Vitor Belfort and his victory over Tank Abbott (And, recently, his backyard MMA rematch lose to Abbott). He had a background in college wrestling and football, and later trained with Don Frye after UFC 8. He was basically the type of person people against the UFC back in the 90's assumed fought in the Octagon: An overweight ex-athlete pumped to the brim with steroids who fought with no discernible finesse.
In between UFC 8 and 11 in 1996, Ferrozzo had a PitFight in Atlanta, Georgia that actually appears on his professional MMA record. It is the greatest fight of all time:
There's not much I can say. From Ferrozzo's Power Roar to his mid-fight **** talking, everything about his PitFighting game was spot on. In true PitFighting fashion, the illegal and unsanctioned fight was held in full view for passersby and patrolling police officers to see. The cameraman almost dies on several occasions, but has the courage to stay in the same spot for the entire duration of the fight. With the exception of maybe Delta Jackson, I can definitely say that Ferrozzo is the greatest PitFighter of all time.
Interesting to note was that the dude Ferrozzo fought here (Steve Grinnow) was the same guy who grappled with Don Frye in the video I posted above. Frye and Ferrozzo were probably training together by this point, so I have to wonder if they had something against this dude? They fucked him UP!
Here are some supplementary videos for people interested in Ferrozzo:
This video is almost perfect. Some guy fighting in a clown costume, neither guy really sure of what he's supposed to be doing.
The highlight for me is at about 1:14 when Kip throws a duff kick giving Rex a wide opening. What does Rex do? Flying back-fist, with no fucking follow up - classic point fighter move. The crowd erupts in cheer, then quickly realises it's had no effect on Kip. Rex looks to be a big guy, if he'd had any real contact experience he should have flattened Kip at that stage. Christ, even a clumsy hey-maker and some follow up punches would have done it. His karate training has probably mad him a less effective fighter than if he had no training.