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  1. Mayhem is offline

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    Worst Professional Fighter to Watch

    Is there anyone you hate to watch?

    My vote goes for Tito Ortiz
    EVERY fight he has seems to be the same punch from in guard for 15 minutes and win on points affair.
    I now refuse to watch any of his fights.
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    Glaube Feitosa. I love that hes a KK fighter and hes very good, but his performances usually bore me. Even though he does continously win.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mayhem
    Is there anyone you hate to watch?

    My vote goes for Tito Ortiz
    EVERY fight he has seems to be the same punch from in guard for 15 minutes and win on points affair.
    I now refuse to watch any of his fights.
    Along this line . . . Ricco "Staypuff Marshmallow Man" Rodriguez. Like Tito but less interesting. And a total cockmaster, just like Tito.

    Generally I'm not a big fan of Hidehiko Yoshida, either. Though I do acknowledge his badass Judo skills and accomplishments.
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    Boxing- John Ruiz, maybe every heavyweight boxer after Holyfield.
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    I used to hate watching Mike Tyson when he was in his prime. Most of his fights were over in less than two rounds. Great if you like knockouts, not so much so if you like boxing. Now, I hate watching him fight because he's a shadow of his former self. You can pretty much tell he's only in there to pay off his debts. It's sad.
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    Ken Shamrock. . .at least he's gotten the idea that he needs to adjust his training
    as there aren't any more n00bs in "the octagon" - but, as big and bad as he looks,
    he still punches like a girl. 20 years to learn, and he's probably at 60% of what he
    should be doing.

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    Kevin Jordan. He never does anything, AND he's a big fat loser.
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    You guys are aware that your complaining about guys who are in the prime of there physical efforts. The old adage of 'training hard and wining easy' can be used for every one of theses men. Especialy Tyson in his day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Canuckyokushin
    You guys are aware that your complaining about guys who are in the prime of there physical efforts. The old adage of 'training hard and wining easy' can be used for every one of theses men. Especialy Tyson in his day.
    John Ruiz, the only reason he's famous is because a hispanic heavyweight not because he can fight. If the HW division didn't suck like it did for the past 5 - 7 years, he would have stayed a nobody. At least Hector Mercedes, the last real hispanic HW Champ, was a decent fighter. Mike Tyson didn't even knock him out he won by decision, I think.

    Edit: Well according to boxrec.com Hector Mercedes kinda sucked too, and did in fact get TKO'd by Mike Tyson. But it still stands that John Ruiz sucks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Canuckyokushin
    You guys are aware that your complaining about guys who are in the prime of there physical efforts. The old adage of 'training hard and wining easy' can be used for every one of theses men. Especialy Tyson in his day.
    I was in no way demeaning Tyson's skills. In his prime, he was simply awesome. However, that doesn't mean I liked shelling out $40 for the PPV broadcast of his fights. I watch boxing to be entertained, and I find a well contested 12 round boxing match much more entertaining than a first round knockout. Now, if I had money on Tyson, I wouldn't be saying that.
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