Posted On:12/04/2007 1:25pm
Style: boxing/muy thai
Royce vs. Ken Shamrock -> Superfight. one of the early UFC's. The "mouse" under Royce's eye is awesome.
Pete Williams vs. Mark Coleman. Boot to tha' head!!!!
Posted On:12/04/2007 1:57pm
Style: creonte on hiatus
Originally Posted by Vince Tortelli
Frye vs. Takayama. It's more awesome than 300, Army of Darkness, and Bloodsport run through a blender!
Frak dude!11! You beat me to it.
BTW, save that clip if you can. It gets pulled down every once in a while.
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"I feel naked I was so distracted by your penis"
Posted On:12/04/2007 2:05pm
Style: Ving Tsun
Scott Smith v. Pete Sell, bitches.
I've loved all of Pete's fights. The guy has lost his last couple goes, but every one has been insanely exciting.
Posted On:12/04/2007 3:05pm
Posted On:12/04/2007 3:26pm
Aoki - Hansen. The sight of a man wearing rainbow pants putting another's man head near his groin doing a gogoplata wouldn't exactly attract the mainstream, but it sure would filter out all but the most appreciative of the sport.
Posted On:12/04/2007 3:29pm
Style: TSD, Missing BJJ and Judo
I second Scott Smith vs. Pete Sell. What I love is that leading up to that amazing knockout you have two guys fighting very well AND having a good time doing so. A number of times during the match they actually high-five'd each other after a really good shot. Very entertaining.
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Posted On:12/04/2007 3:37pm
Style: Improv comedy
Originally Posted by MALibrarian
A number of times during the match they actually high-five'd each other after a really good shot. Very entertaining.
While I appreciate the fight and how tough those 2 are.
i can't tell yo how much the High Fiving annoyed me.
Posted On:12/04/2007 3:49pm
Style: Fencing, Sword play, MMA
Tank Abbott vs Oleg Taktarov UFC6. It was like an unstoppable force versus an immovable object... It is 17 minutes long though, so I don't know about showing it to someone whos not interested already...
To introduce someone I would say:
Royce Gracie vs. Ken Shamrock the one that only lasts a minute (UFC 4?)
Posted On:12/04/2007 3:55pm
The short Ken vs. Royce fight was from UFC 1, TUF NOOB! (I've always wanted to call someone that).
And I think Royce vs. Kimo is a cooler fight.
Posted On:12/04/2007 4:19pm
Style: Kyokushin Karate / BJJ
Karo vs Diago, possibly one of the best examples of MMA fighting to date.
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