5/12/2008 1:03pm, #11
5/12/2008 1:10pm, #12
So DREAM is here to give the UFC competition again? Go DREAM.Originally Posted by Goju - joe
5/12/2008 1:18pm, #13Originally Posted by Geordi LaForge
5/12/2008 1:34pm, #14
Being able to hear them every hit, and even their breathing, is fucking awesome.HTFU and join Bullshido on Fitocracy!
5/12/2008 1:39pm, #15Originally Posted by Money
So much better than those loud, raucous, barely civilized, grappling hating americans.Originally Posted by Goju - joe
5/12/2008 1:41pm, #16
And that is why Japanese MMA shows>American MMA shows.
RIP Pride ;(
5/12/2008 2:02pm, #17
Originally Posted by Money
- Join Date
- Jun 2007
Here's a write up i did for somewere, well at least the first couple paragraphs.
I'm sitting with a few mates in front of my TV, feeling spastic due to the energy drink Iím pumping into my arteries - when Dream starts. The bombastic music and larger than life production values indicative of Japanese MMA completely engulf my senses and for the next few hours Iím dead to everyone in the room that isnít planning to punch someone in the face with 6oz gloves.
With all the heavy internet scrutiny thrown HdNetís way after their Dream 1 & 2 broadcasts, some changes were bound to happen. Mark Cuban is listening and we, as fans, are reaping the awards.
Since the demise of PrideFC fans have deemed anything Japanese with a few big name fighters the ďnext PrideĒ. Although Pride-like in its epic scale and Bas Ruttenís cheeky commentary (his Lenne Hardt impressions during entrances Ė classic, indifferent Bas), what dream has done here is create a whole new organization.
5/12/2008 3:12pm, #18Originally Posted by WS
Originally Posted by Pugilistically Demented
5/12/2008 3:44pm, #19
**** pride. I like the energy in the arenas at american shows.
5/12/2008 4:15pm, #20Originally Posted by Wolf
Make some fucking noise mother fuckers!