Boy, Mac really came across as a dick in this ep. He doesn't sound as bad in his blog, though, so maybe it's the editing.
Good to see Paul continuing the fine TUF tradition of good grapplers that don't want to grapple, though! LOL @ "That wasn't the game plan."
He's praying to the wrong deity maybe?
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The street argument is retarded. BJJ is so much overkill for the street that its ridiculous. Unless you're the idiot that picks a fight with the high school wrestling team, barring knife or gun play, the opponent shouldn't make it past double leg + ground and pound - Osiris
I love how everyone ignores the fact that Matt Hughes did quite well as a coach on a previous season of TUF. Matt can't climb into the Octagon and win the fights for these guys, at some point the onus is on them.
It would be like me pointing to Gabe Ruediger and Andy Wang as proof that BJ Penn is a fat ass who can't grapple.
Excellent point Tortilla, now stop cockblocking our hatefest.
I think it is funny that we see the wang fight where he yet again Andy wang tries to stand up against his opponent and loses just like paul.
I think the introduction of forshadowing really added some class to the show
i found this episode was a great illustration of how continuity is managed and manufactured in reality tv; watching mac's haircut and jared's ear shows that all (or most) of that stuff with dorian happened after blake's fight.
meaningful? no. entertaining? mildly.
"I don't like getting hit, you know I'm gonna be an engineer after this." I've got nothing but respect for someone trying to be edumacated and contribute something to the world, but he shouldn't be on the show if that's his attitude.
I let out an "OH ****!" when that right hand landed.
There was an IT manager on the show, Lauzon fought on the show, you can be an engineer and beaten to ****. That is an incredibly lame excuse. How can you fight with that attitude?
At least man up and say "I don't want to get hit, that **** is gonna hurt!".
BTW - I am a computer engineer.
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Thanks for the title change. I think it basically sums up the fight.
Why is it..... that every fighter on the show.... with the exception of a few. acts hard.... then when it comes to their fight, starts to doubt themselves, and make excuses for not wanting to fight.
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