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    Quote Originally Posted by erki
    You forget one thing. Hell is other people. You can have all the comforts in the world, and to live and interact with guys acting like complete retards... shudder. Even Lauzon said it was a horrible experience.
    I wonder if Joe meant the situation or having to witness "grown men" act like two year olds?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tabwyo
    I wonder if Joe meant the situation or having to witness "grown men" act like two year olds?
    Actually, it seems, the biggest problem was boredom:

    If I had to do it again, I think I would be haunted by the nightmares of sitting around that house staring at walls bored out of my mind.
    I know that they had restrictions on what they could do and what not, but how far did this extend? Couldn't they read books? Play cards?

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    Maybe so. But when I am bored I'll be damned if I am going to kick a hole in my wall. And the "you wouldn't because it's your house" just brings to light exactly how retarded their tearing that place up is. I'd tear my own **** up before I'd tear up somebody elses. That's just plain rude and disre-fuckin-spectfull.
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    It seems to me that they have too much energy.
    Shouldnt they be tired from training twice a day?

    Thats why I have a lot of respect for J Lau. He was the only one not tearing **** up.
    He had a job to do, and he did it.

    I hope they realise that all the bulshittery is only furthering the image of "MMA Thugs".

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    They should have an all military TUF. Maybe Army & Air Force vs Navy and Marines, or even USA vs Canada & UK. You'd have less house destruction, better stories and more training/drinking. Oh, and a whole lot less whining! Randy could be one coach, are there any other prior military UFC firghters that would make good coaches? Brandon Vera maybe? Shonie perhaps? laugh

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    I second that motion.
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    Military nutriders.

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    Canada and the UK together? Just make it a 3 way battle. I'm not sure how the details would work out, but i don't imagine anyone in Britain being all stoked because a Canadian dude won it for the "team". **** that, every country, and every man, for himself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by justabill
    They should have an all military TUF. Maybe Army & Air Force vs Navy and Marines, or even USA vs Canada & UK. You'd have less house destruction, better stories and more training/drinking. Oh, and a whole lot less whining! Randy could be one coach, are there any other prior military UFC firghters that would make good coaches? Brandon Vera maybe? Shonie perhaps? laugh
    Fwd to dana plz


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    Quote Originally Posted by justabill
    Randy could be one coach, are there any other prior military UFC firghters that would make good coaches? Brandon Vera maybe? Shonie perhaps? laugh
    Fedor was in the Russian Army, hint hint Dana.

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