Thread: UFC bullshito!
2/04/2007 9:24am, #11Originally Posted by PizDoff
2/04/2007 9:39am, #12Originally Posted by diesel_tke
You are free to challenge Mr. Silvia personally or to start your own fight league, but I doubt you'll do either. You seem to enjoy talking **** on an internet board the most.Shut the hell up and train.
2/04/2007 10:05am, #13Originally Posted by jnp
You see the thing is that I'm not a belt holder or claiming to be a world champion of mixed martial arts. If I was then I think I would be obligated to take on chalanges. Or would want to fight in other venues to find out if I am truely the champ. And actually I do fight in a fight league, and have for years, do you?
And by the way I wasn't questioning your job world. I was agreeing that I don't have a grasp on the corporite world as you do. A little sensitive though arent you?
2/04/2007 10:37am, #14Originally Posted by diesel_tke
Originally Posted by diesel_tkeShut the hell up and train.
2/04/2007 11:41am, #15
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2/04/2007 12:16pm, #16Originally Posted by diesel_tke
I'm curious are you implying that professional fighters shouldn't get their money?
2/04/2007 12:48pm, #17And actually I do fight in a fight league, and have for years, do you?
2/04/2007 12:59pm, #18Originally Posted by Iscariot
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King, and lord of sin and pride
With some mist his wits make dark.
He send thee grace to be thy guide
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2/04/2007 1:05pm, #19
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I see nothing wrong with the UFC trying to get these guys a little more exposure. Rampage said he needed some tuneups anyways. It was Crocops first time in a cage so it probably served him well to get a tuneup in before a title shot. Last night was not a great ppv but it did what it was supposed to. Push some of their stars on to bigger and better fighters.
2/04/2007 2:03pm, #20
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It was CroCop's first professional MMA fight in a cage, but anyone with common sense knows that last night was far from the first time he's ever been in a cage.