4/25/2008 2:19am, #61
No, you don't. Guy gets fired up at his corner man, should be firing up against his opponents.
4/25/2008 3:39pm, #62
What the **** does "and it was FULL of HA up from the coast"
Boyd if you don't like Flying Circus, you won't like Holy Grail. Life of Brian is actually probably "better" but is really dated (a lot of it was relevant in the 60-70's but no more) and the dated jokes aren't funny, which effects the whole thing.
4/25/2008 3:45pm, #63Originally Posted by indy007
And even in this instance, it was actually the OTHER corner he was talking too.
4/25/2008 6:07pm, #64
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4/25/2008 6:15pm, #65
4/25/2008 7:01pm, #66
Should have figured that out.
4/26/2008 6:31am, #67Originally Posted by UpaLumpa
Im Brian......of Nazerene.
4/26/2008 2:03pm, #68
I actually do too. I think if we were watching Brian when it was made it would actually be better though. A big part was the factionalism which isn't really relevant to the majority of contemporary viewers (SDS what?).
4/26/2008 4:46pm, #69
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Looks like they didn't cut him after all, but it seems like it was a very close thing. Edit: Hmm... the quote is coming out black... strange. Highlight it and you should be able to read it.
There has been a lot of talk about Kalibís relationship with ATT since his fight in Montreal. There have also been comments attributed to our head coach, Ricardo Liborio about Kalibís future. We would like to set the record straight on this matter.
Obviously there were a lot of people disappointed in Kalibís performance, including fans, UFC personnel, our team and Kalib himself. We respect the opinions of MMA fans and believe that, most of the time, criticism of fighters from fans and media comes when it is deserved.
Having said that, ATT takes tremendous pride in creating an environment where our members are treated with loyalty and respect. It is no coincidence that ďATT FamilyĒ is a common tattoo on many of our coaches and fighters. Expelling a fighter following a poor performance would not be consistent with this philosophy.
Ricardo Liborio did in fact address our fighters following a recent training session regarding what it takes to represent ATT as a professional fighter. The essence of his statements (which were obviously meant to be private) was that ATT sets high standards for its members and it is not possible to reach those standards unless a fighter dedicates himself to the program 100% and participates in all team training sessions. He stressed that anyone deviating from that mandate will not be allowed to train with or represent ATT in the future. Kalibís preparation for this fight was used by Liborio as an example of what he does and does not expect of his fighters in the future.
We did not intend for this meeting to become public knowledge and regret that there was an inference of Kalibís dismissal from our team. We believe that Liborioís address, coupled with Kalib telling some friends he was contemplating retirement, fueled this speculation.
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4/26/2008 10:14pm, #70Originally Posted by UpaLumpa