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    I always thought it was funny when Mauro called suplexes "suplays". I know that is an actual pronunciation of the word, but he is the only person on this planet who calles them that. The only other person, Gordon Solie, is dead.

    The dual interview between Fernando Vargas and Ricardo Mayorga on Showtime a few months ago was pretty hilarious. This is boxing, I know, but still.

    On an episode of WWE Raw back in 2005 Jim Ross, Jonathon Coachman, and Jerry Lawler were doing commentary. It was a tag team match with Cade and Murdoch vs. I forget who (I don't think they were indy jobbers, but still). The Coach (Coachman) was asking Jim Ross if he prefered boxers or briefs (they were kind of ignoring the match at this point. And I think it was technically the main event of the show) and the very straighlaced Ross admits "Well, I usualy don't wear underwear". And Jerry Lawler (of all people) laughed his ass off (that is a trademark of Lawler's) and said "that is WAY too much information!". If Lawler of all people has to say that, then you know it was a messed up moment. And I don't think any of that was scripted. You can tell it was ad-libbed.

    Oh, here is the grand daddy of them all! This is back to boxing. After Zab Judah lost to Carlos Baldomir in January 2006, he made all the excuses in the world as to why he lost. From not taking Baldomir seriously, to having to make a billion appearances giving him very little time to train, etc. He kept putting all of the blame to Don King as to why he lost. While he was rambling on how Don King was the main reason he lost, King was right behind him, listening to everything he was saying. He was laughing quite a bit to that. It was a funny moment.

    Oh, and I forgot to mention that I want to slap the taste out of Mauro Ranallo's mouth. Man, he says the absolute lamest jokes ever. They make me laugh because the ridiculousness of his humor, but still. I can't even think of any Mauro quotes right now, because I would get an anueyrism (spelling?) I could swear I can hear audible "ugh"'s from fellow commentators over his lame jokes.

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    On the boxing note:

    Marlon Starling lost his WW title on KO. When he was interviewed and the question was asked about how it felt to be KO'd he replied:

    "Ain't nobody knocked me out". Further he didn't understand why the Ref had stopped the fight and refused to acknowledge his defeat. He had been Sparked and needed to see the Videotape re-run. He still couldn't see it though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie Hardon
    On the boxing note:

    Marlon Starling lost his WW title on KO. When he was interviewed and the question was asked about how it felt to be KO'd he replied:

    "Ain't nobody knocked me out". Further he didn't understand why the Ref had stopped the fight and refused to acknowledge his defeat. He had been Sparked and needed to see the Videotape re-run. He still couldn't see it though.
    ****, I remember this! That was funny as hell!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fightin Penguin
    ****, I remember this! That was funny as hell!
    Yeah, a fantastic post-fight comment! I'm glad I could remind you of it.

    Cheers

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    I liked when Robbie Lawler knocked out Tiki and in the post fight interview Tiki is talking about how it was a premature stoppage and he was fine, as you can see chunks missing from his eyebrow.

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    If you put one knee on the ground then he cant kick you in the head.

    -Rich Franklin

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    "I'm here to break people"
    -The SAFTA guy from one of the early UFCs, before breaking his own hand during his first match. (he won but was unable to continue)

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    John Hess. Later annihilated by a young Vitor Belfort.

    He won is match against Andy Anderson but lost his purse for eye-gouging pretty blatantly.
    And lo, Kano looked down upon the field and saw the multitudes. Amongst them were the disciples of Uesheba who were greatly vexed at his sayings. And Kano spake: "Do not be concerned with the mote in thy neighbor's eye, when verily thou hast a massive stick in thine ass".

    --Scrolls of Bujutsu: Chapter 5 vs 10-14.

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    "Damn, add one more rule and we might as well call this sport 'Tennis'."
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    Don Frye is a real man's man.

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