Thread: Fedor Emelianenko
3/14/2006 3:56am, #41Originally Posted by ReeseTough is not how you act, tough is how you train.
3/14/2006 11:13am, #42
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I think Chuck can beat Rampage on a rematch. If you think about it, Wanderlei Silva came to the UFC and lost twice. Once to Vitor Belfort and once to Tito Ortiz, if I am not mistaken.
Both fighters aren't **** now, and Wanderlei Silva is supposed to be superman over in Japan. So does that mean he is a shitty fighter and that he isn't the best? No, Rampage had his day and Chuck wasn't following a game plan.
Chuck for the win on the rematch that will never happen.I'll make one when I can find one I like.
3/14/2006 11:35am, #43
You're talking about the Silva of days long gone. Silva of today would violate Liddell, break his spirit and insult his parentage.
Hope it happens, although I'd rather have seen Couture fight Silva.
3/14/2006 1:03pm, #44
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3/14/2006 1:17pm, #45
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