Thread: come backs
9/18/2004 2:08pm, #11
I cant believe nobody mentioned Nog vs. Bob Sapp. One of the best fights I've seen in a while and a true showing of technique over brute force."All warfare is based on deception." -Sun Tzu, ca. 400BC
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9/18/2004 2:17pm, #12
9/18/2004 2:25pm, #13Originally posted by PeedeeShaolin
I cant believe nobody mentioned Nog vs. Bob Sapp. One of the best fights I've seen in a while and a true showing of technique over brute force.
9/19/2004 8:42pm, #14
When George Foreman won the heavyweight title at the age of 45. That was a pretty good come back in more ways than one...
9/19/2004 11:51pm, #15
Royce Gracie vs Kimo sort of comes to mind. Royce was getting hammered until that sub. Pedro Hizzo vs Mark Coleman. Hizzo had to knock coleman out, there was no other way to win, and he delivered with a stellar high kick.
9/21/2004 8:49am, #16
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I don't count Royce vs Severn so much because Severn never had Royce in trouble. He had him pinned but did nothing to finish him. Royce could have laid there on the mat all day.Is Wayne Brady gonna have to choke a bitch?
9/21/2004 3:16pm, #17
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I agree with Tyler.You want some birth control? You can smoke a cigarette.
9/21/2004 6:34pm, #18
I haven't seen the fight in years, and I didn't know much about BJJ then, so it's entirely possible.
9/21/2004 7:01pm, #19
Clint...that wasn't Rizzo who knocked out Coleman with the a high kick, it was Pete Williams.
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