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  1. Vince Tortelli is offline

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    Randy Couture vs. Kurt Angle: It's Real, It's Damn Real!

    From MMA Junkie.com
    Although professional wrestling superstar Kurt Angle will compete against UFC heavyweight champion Randy Couture in a submission grappling match later this year, don't expect Angle to immediately follow in fellow professional wrestler Brock Lesnar's footsteps -- at least not yet.
    Angle discussed his upcoming grappling match, as well as a possible foray into MMA with a potential seven-figure deal with the UFC, while a guest on Thursday's edition of TAGG Radio (www.taggradio.com)

    "I've always wanted to do (MMA), from after the Olympics, and I just never got the shot," Angle said. "I've been keeping myself in really, really good shape, but not in the fighting shape you have to be in to go into MMA."
    Instead, Angle will first try his hand at submission wrestling, which is essentially MMA without striking. The match will be Angle's first in Rico Chiapparelli's Professional Submission League, while Couture has competed in the organization before, battling Brazilian jiu-jitsu world champion Ronaldo "Jacare" Souza to a draw. The date of the event has not yet been determined, but Angle believes it will take place in late summer or early fall.
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    A lot of people are pretty much counting me out, which I don't blame them," Angle admitted. "But you can't count out an Olympic gold medalist."
    After the match, Angle will continue to pursue a transition into MMA, something the 39-year-old has been trying to do for several years. Angle has had contract negotiations with several organizations, including the UFC, though none of those discussions led to a deal.

    "(UFC President) Dana White gave me more than any other fighter could ever dream of," Angle said. "He wanted me to sign for a long period of time where I didn't have to fight that much. But, he wanted the complete rights to me. I guess he wanted Kurt Angle the name and the person to be affiliated with the UFC for the next whatever years. But the figure was staggering. I could tell you that all the deals that were done were all in the seven-figure mark for the fight."
    Angle's training for a possible MMA debut has been hampered by the difficulties of constant travel while working as a professional wrestler. He also has a history of neck and shoulder issues that have required numerous surgeries. He hopes to land with an organization that will allow him ample time to prepare properly for a fight.

    "Last year I trained about four straight months, and I'll tell you what, the training is as grueling, if not more grueling, than the training I did for the 1996 Olympics," Angle said. "Within four months I was so broken down, and I was trying to wrestle full time on the road as well, and I couldn't do it."
    So while Angle is excited about the opportunity to test his abilities in submission grappling against one of the UFC's most decorated fighters, an MMA debut is still far from a sure thing.

    "I don't want (you) to misunderstand me," he said. "When I say I am in shape, I am in no shape at all right now to go into an octagon or on a platform and have a fight with Randy Couture or Chuck Liddell or 'Rampage' Jackson or Brock Lesnar or whoever it is. Right now I cannot." Angle also discussed at length his previous battles with addiction to painkillers, his thoughts on Lesnar's recent UFC debut, and his less-than-amicable departure from the WWE. To hear the full interview, download Thursday's edition of TAGG Radio, available for free in the TAGG Radio archives.

    I say Angle by Ankle Lock.
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    This cant be for real. Ange vs Couture, submission wrestling? No way. For some weird reason i want Angle to win.
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    The same group that did Couture vs. Jacare is supposed to be putting it on. I'm praying it ends up on youtube shortly thereafter.
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    Is it against the rules to post a torrent site on this website? I found the best website for mma torrents, they have them all up like an hour after the event gets over. Registration is free. Its like a hybrid pro wrestling mma torrent site. Youtube is for chumps

    edit: its one of those things though, where you have to upload and seed etc. a certain ratio or they will suspend your account. its worth it though i just got DREAM in like 25 mins, the downloads are really fast
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    um...PM link NOW
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    Same... I watch streaming but it is so cruddy.
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    Submission wrasslin'? Randy wins, no contest.
  8. Vince Tortelli is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by KayRoc
    Submission wrasslin'? Randy wins, no contest.
    Has Randy ever submitted anybody besides Mike Van Arsdale? For that matter, has he ever used sweeps/submissions from his back? IF Kurt can get the takedown (Olympic Gold Medal in Wrestling says it's possible) then it is possible he could human blanket Randy to a points win/draw (much like Couture did to Jacare).
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    He almost armbarred Randleman, who, I'm assuming, had at least equal sub defence to whatever Angle has right now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cracky
    He almost armbarred Randleman, who, I'm assuming, had at least equal sub defence to whatever Angle has right now.
    I suppose I should remember that I'm nut riding a guy who got kimura'd by Daniel Puder....a thought occurs to me. Given that Angle is at TNA Impact tapings in Orlando every week, he must training sub grappling somewhere in Florida, correct? Could he be the next acquisition for American Top Team?
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