Thread: Kos is a f*cking stud!
8/26/2007 7:32pm, #11
8/26/2007 7:39pm, #12
8/26/2007 8:16pm, #13
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8/26/2007 8:42pm, #14
MY only complaint was that GSP didnt dislocate his jaw with a few more elbows. His smack talking and attitude are horrible. His lack of humility and respect is apparent every time he is seen on TV. At least Tito was an asshole with a heart of gold. It showed for Tito when he was a coach but Kos has done nothing to show he is a decent or even like able person. It was glaringly apparent in the Countdown show when his coach/training partner was talking to him about pushing the car and he copped an attitude.
I don't give a **** what you was doing since you was 5 years old start acting like a man and stop acting like a 5 year old boy. Say what you want about TMA training but it was brought about because of attitudes and athlethes who taught there **** didn't stink. We all need humility and I hope GSP beat a once of it into him because Serra sure gave GSP a high dose of it.Judo is only gentle for the guy on top.
8/26/2007 8:58pm, #15
The thing that drives me nuts about Kos is his talk about his improved striking. His deadly over hand right of doom that comes from a mile away and never connects is not impressive.
8/26/2007 9:13pm, #16Originally Posted by BigPopp
Just finished your sentence there bud, figured you just got distracted when you were typing.
THIS IS NOT AN EXIT
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8/26/2007 10:14pm, #17
Kos is good, definitely doesn't deserve the boos, but still isn't **** compared to GSP.
8/26/2007 10:30pm, #18
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After the ref stopped the fight, Kos looked like he just woke up from a bad dream.
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8/26/2007 10:40pm, #19
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8/26/2007 10:49pm, #20
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Back to the topic, I'm fucking glad GSP won. He's one of my favorites. I don't have much against Kos, and I think he has a looooooong waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay to go. His ground game is not up to the level it should be if he wants to hang around on the top. His striking is better than what it was back in TUF, but nothing extraordinary.
He has his wrestling skills and superb athleticism (both impressive), BUT, that won't take him past beyond GSP and the likes. I'd like to see a recovered Sanchez vs Kos, to see who's really who between the two.
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