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  1. Kilbourn is offline

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    From Yahoo!Sports

    The greatest beneficiary of each Lesnar snarl, however, lives in Stary Oskol, Russia, a man named Fedor Emelianenko who is considered the No. 1 heavyweight (if not pound-for-pound fighter) in the world. If anyone has the knockout power to stop the 6-3, 265-pound Lesnar, it’s Emelianenko.

    Fedor doesn’t fight in the UFC though. He’s with its rival promotion, Affliction. He’ll fight Aug. 1 in Anaheim, Calif., in what is the last match of his contract. Affliction is hoping to re-sign him until 2012, but the UFC will come hard after him. More now then ever. And that means money, big money.

    “Eventually Fedor is going to be here,” White said. “I want Fedor. We’ll end up getting that deal done and then we’ll do Brock vs. Fedor and we’ll do a huge fight.”

    Time will tell, but the pressure to sign the elusive Russian has been ratcheted up. A villain was born and there isn’t an obvious superhero in sight. The UFC brought Brock Lesnar over from the WWE for just this kind of a sensation. And the big man has delivered – the good, the bad and the embarrassing.
    Only Dana White has no scriptwriters that can contain him.
    Get ready.

    EDIT: Here's a link to the full story.
    http://sports.yahoo.com/mma/news?slu...yhoo&type=lgns
    I think it's worth a read, it mentions Dana having a talk with Brock after event, Brock apologizing, and drinking a Bud Light at the press conference.
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  2. Dagon Akujin is offline
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    Posted On:
    7/12/2009 3:16pm


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    Found the two bloody fights.

    Danzig (Vegaterians still bleed A LOT) v Miller:
    http://www.mma-core.com/videos/_Mac_...005566&tid=100

    Bonnar (XTreme Gogoplatas!!) v Coleman (cut your face!):
    http://www.mma-core.com/videos/_Step...005564&tid=100




    If I ever need to dye my curtains red, I'm calling those guys.
  3. shelbydeth is offline

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    7/12/2009 7:16pm


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    In the post fight Brock said that he saw some tweetie birds after the knee though, so if someone was able to land a series of powerful strikes, he might go down. I just see striking as a better option for neutralizing him then trying to outgrapple the hulk.
  4. FictionPimp is offline

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    After the fights were over we kept the PPV channel on. They faded to black but you could still hear the Rogan and Goldburg talking. I swear to god, Rogan said that someone (we were assuming brock) was just doing his act to intimidate future opponents. At that point Goldburg said something that sounded like "I can't believe we have to watch that douche fight again."

    Did anyone else hear that?
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  5. jesu christo is offline

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    7/12/2009 11:42pm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dagon Akujin View Post
    hit him with your groin!


    yeah...what was that all about??? at least i'm not the only one who heard it.
  6. Ka-Bar is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by G-Off View Post
    That's true, but we saw Lesnar take a full-force flying knee to the face from Mir without flinching last night. Gonzaga is undoubtedly very powerful, but I think Carwin's chin will give in before Lesnar's does.
    I don't know if it was from the first knee, or the flying knee, but to paraphrase Joe Rogan, Brock got ROCKED by something. He did a lot more than flinch. After the flying knee, Brock did absolutely nothing for a full 25 seconds while he laid on top of Mir and cleared out the cobwebs.

    Someone who can stuff the takedowns and deliver some power to Brock's dome will stop him.

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    Posted On:
    7/13/2009 12:59am


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    Quote Originally Posted by jesu christo View Post
    yeah...what was that all about??? at least i'm not the only one who heard it.
    That's Greg Jackson needing to work on how he chooses to word phrases of encouragement... or just being gay for GSP, and fully believing the massive french-canadian cock was big enough to KO Thiago Alves all the way to West Hollywood.
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    7/13/2009 10:40am


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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2i0iZ...eature=related Why brock will lose to fedor, size doesnt matter. Now choi is no lesnar but then again lesnar is no fedor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ciscodog View Post
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=2i0iZcLIrTQ&feature=related Why brock will lose to fedor, size doesnt matter. Now choi is no lesnar but then again lesnar is no fedor.
    I really don't think Fedor's fight with Choi in any way vetted him for a fight against Lesnar. They both may be monstrous freaks, but Lesnar is a monstrous freak who can really wrestle. Being stuck under him is in no way comparable to what happened with Choi. That said, I hope the UFC signs Fedor so he can KTFO Lesnar.
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    7/13/2009 11:01am


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    but lesnar is no where near chois size, and imo fedor can handle lesnar on the ground. So when/if Fedor fights Lesnar, its a smaller opponent with a better skill set then choi but still not close to fedors skills. Choi dwarves Lesnar, a foot taller and well over 300 lbs.

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