Posted On:1/03/2006 11:43pm
Buy Pride DVDs, paperview, or its on FSN (fox sports network) sometimes.
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Posted On:1/04/2006 12:29am
Style: Judo, Hung Family Boxing
for lightweight fighters check out shooto (most of the guys who fought in the recent lightweight pride events came up in the shooto organization.)
and for those who can't read japanese http://www.x-shooto.jp/english/
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Posted On:1/04/2006 10:53pm
Style: Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
As someone stated, they eliminated the lightweight division awhile ago- simply not enough people interested in it.
Pride normally is a showcase of middleweights and heavyweights (205 and under and over 205). As Ming pointed out, shooto is the organization that features many of the lighter fighters, such as Sakurai. The Pride Bushido events normally feature lighter fighters, although they dont air in the US as frequently as the normal Pride show.
As far as seeing UFC repeats, if you're lucky every now and then you'll see some repeats on HD. If you dont have HD, then on monday nights at 11 they regularly show UFC reruns on Spike TV
Posted On:1/04/2006 11:06pm
Why is this guy telling people who are 130 pounds to join TKD? I will gladly point out 10 fighters who weigh 130 pounds who would stop your roided ass into the ground.
Geesh...what is with people now a days?
I'll make one when I can find one I like.
Posted On:1/05/2006 1:02am
Style: BJJ/ Judo/ MT
King of the Cage has some 135 lbs fighters. Might want to check that out.
The judo guy was Karo Persian (sp?).
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