I don't get the "damage" argument. In the third round neither fighter did noticeable damage, it may have looked painful but neither guy was slowed because of it. Therefore the decision is all about control and dante controlled the entirety of the third round.
Originally Posted by sochin101
Training log. Here
JFS vs The Villain here
When he was putting the lemon juice in his dip, i knew it would be problems. i felt his pain. I instantly thought to myself ' if i was on a show, with a limited amount of dip, or i can only get it at a certain time, becuase if i left the house i would get kicked off, and some one fucked with my dip, i would kill them". on the other hand, lemon cant make it that bad, just not as good. you shouldnt mess with a mans dip, thats sacred.
"Never put lemon juice in a Southern man's tobacco."
-- Forrest Griffin
(Wasn't it actually lime juice?)
Yes, it was lime juice. I wonder if it's permissible to add lime juice to a Southern man's tobacco, or if citrus in general is forbidden. For that matter, what about a Yankee's tobacco? So many questions, so little time.
Originally Posted by Hex
Oh, and that fight reminded me of "who's going to lose first?" boxing.
heh. This is awesome.
Originally Posted by theword
Dante showed off an amazing display of lay and pray. One for the ages.
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