Submitting 1d6 Investigators per round
Posted On:7/26/2008 3:10pm
Style: ZHOO ZHITSU
Wilson Reis looked fucking awesome on the pre-show to the last CBS card, so I'm expecting that fight to rock out pretty hard. Aside from that, Shields/GOAT has the protential to be pretty good, Lawler/Smith was looking good last time, and Justin Eilers usually delivers a highlight reel-worthy KO (of himself)
Undisputed KING OF ASSHOLES.
Posted On:7/26/2008 3:21pm
Style: Gym drifter
Originally Posted by PirateJon
Does no one care?
Posted On:7/26/2008 8:27pm
Style: Short Fist Boxing
" The Ladies always manage to steal the show, and this is just the BEGINNING of Saturday Night Fights!!" :eusa_thin
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" If one wants to have a friend one must also want to wage war for him: and to wage war one must be capable of being an enemy." - Fr. Nietzsche 'On The Friend' Thus Spake Zarathustra
Posted On:7/26/2008 8:50pm
This one's already better than last time. That's something...
Posted On:7/26/2008 9:02pm
Style: Starting Strength
It looked to me like Steve was stopping the fight, I don't blame her.
The gift that keeps on giving
Posted On:7/26/2008 9:39pm
Style: On hiatus
Stupid SeaFair parade and **** seems to be trumping the fights for Seattle, playing that crap on tv instead.
Posted On:7/26/2008 10:31pm
Style: On Hiatus
Saw it. Was actually fairly decent, although I can't comment on any between-fight antics because I switched to the Science Channel between bouts; I'm pretty sure they at least got rid of the skanky dancers. No controversial stoppages or decisions, and the broadcast (thankfully) didn't go over the allotted two-hour timeslot.
It was kinda disheartening to see...
...The Goat get submitted so quickly, I was surprised to see him get caught in such a tight guillotine a minute into the first round (his face turned beet red); I suppose it's Buddha's way of punishing him for sporting such an awful neckbeard. The ladies' fight was good, I found Cyborg's premature celebration fairly amusing. I was also happy to see Steve Mazzagatti and Herb Dean pulling referee duty instead of Dan Miragliotta. The Diaz and Lawler fights were solid as well.
Overall a fairly entertaining and surprisingly non-trashy/gross-spectacle-laden program... it's a shame this wasn't the card we saw in May. I'll probably catch the next one in a few months.
Posted On:7/26/2008 10:47pm
Fucking terrible..that Diaz kid thinks he's the **** for running over that guy with the pink hair?
Stupid...even the main event was a no-go for any real exhibition of skill .. no nice takedowns.
Shity commentating as usual.
Bassline to the Mainline
Posted On:7/27/2008 1:09am
Well I enjoyed it for the most past. I could do without all the shameless Frank Shamrock self nutriding. "Preparation H, It heals everything. Trust the legend!" Fucking retard. Not to mention the other commentators with their nonstop Frank love. Other than that nonsense I thought the fights were good. Oh and is it just me or is Chris Cyborg the most manly bitch you have ever seen. I'm talking the East German female weightlifting team manly. The North Korean ladies swim team manly. She was giving me a case of the vaginal dentata shivers.
Posted On:7/27/2008 1:20am
It was a much better production than the last one. The fights were entertaining and, best of all, free.
Did anyone else notice that Lawler landed two blatant kicks to a downed opponent just before the fight was stopped without the ref even warning him?
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