Thread: Dana White: "Fedor Sucks"
10/25/2007 11:52pm, #11
Randy and fedor best two fighters in heavyweight division period!
10/26/2007 12:36am, #12
Fedor is a tank, most of the ufc guys couldn't handle him even for a round. He's explosive and good everywhere. I'd put money on him over anyone (in the parallel universe in which I have money).
Even Randy (*winces and awaits lightning bolt from above*)
10/26/2007 12:44am, #13
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Looks like if rumors are true about Mark Cuban's plans
his organization is gonna pwn the UFC in the next 3 - 4 years.
Those rumours being:
* He bought M1 (where Fedor signed)
* He's currently courting the big MMA talent here in Dallas.
I wouldn't be surprised if he courts Randy Couture in for one last fight against Fedor. (Not unrealistic if you think about it.)
He has enough money to pay his fighters boxer kind of money just to send a big middle finger **** you to Dana White. and He's brazen enough to do it too.
I'd put my money on cuban over white for best promoter any day of the week.
You might hate Cuban but you have to admit. He's a motherfucking good promoter of his sports products.
He's passionate about what he invests in. and he's willing to spend the coin to do it right.
Just look at how he turned around the mavericks.
10/26/2007 1:01am, #14
I'm intriguedKnowing is not enough, you must apply...
...Willing is not enough you must do ~Bruce Lee
10/26/2007 2:15am, #15Originally Posted by variance
10/26/2007 2:20am, #16Originally Posted by bobyclumsyninja
Edit: But we'll never know that now, will we? Smart money says that Fedor will indeed face a UFC Hall of Famer after he fights Yoshida. M-1's first PPV: Fedor vs. Dan Severn, Clash of the Legends
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10/26/2007 2:56am, #17
Good Lord Brock Lesnar! It's obvious bullshido does not drug test it,s posters.
10/26/2007 3:11am, #18
Hey, I saw Penis Chest's first MMA fight. PWNAGE, pure and simple. Somebody that big, with the kind of wrestling credentials Brock has, is a threat to anybody in MMA. The only big question about Brock is how good is his submission defense? I will admit a scenario where Brock slams Fedor on his back, only to be kimura'd mere seconds afterward (basically, like Kevin Randleman, only bigger and white) is a distinct possibility.
10/26/2007 3:15am, #19
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has anyone else noticed that the best heavyweights tend to be the light ones? Like Fedor, randy, nog, the old crocop
10/26/2007 3:21am, #20
Mark Hunt, Josh Barnett, Tim Sylvia, and Butterbean think that you are wrong.
(Pop quiz: Which one of those four things is not like the others?)