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    Today: Front Page Article on MMA in NYTIMES

    No Holds (or Kicks, or Punches) Barred.

    Slowly gaining mainstream acceptance....

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    Can you post the text of the article? it is a members only section...

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    I can see it fine and I'm not a member.

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    Wow, ya know that was actually a really good article ^_^

    From the Times no less.

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    Other than the girl who I would've swore was a dude it was a pretty good article.

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    Fancy that. A small paper like the New York Times producing a good article.

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    Please post text.

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    duplicate thread-->full text in this one

    http://www.bullshido.net/forums/showthread.php?t=35897
    -Jordan

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    At 29, Emelianenko is Pride's heavyweight champion and the model for the next generation. While most older fighters tend to rely on skills they have already mastered, Emelianenko blends all the disciplines together, a 6-foot, 233-pound, modern-day Bruce Lee.
    Haha!

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