Originally Posted by rough-n-tumble
I guess 'vet' is used loosely here.
Much respect to him for stepping up and helping someone caught in a bad situation. And that means more than both what I think of him as a fighter and my initial thoughts of him on TUF.
Lolz Its like the term "Vet" can officially be used if you've had atleast one UFC fight.
On a serious note its a good sign, but its also a bad sign. As the sport gets bigger and bigger more people(good and bad) gain intrest, its good when the trained fighter is "the good guy", but what about "the bad guys" that train?
Thats why cops all over are learning MMA to keep up with the general public(and the criminals).
Nowadays you dont got to worry about whose got the knife, you need to worry about whose been trained to kick ass lol. You never know who trains MMA, its not like they come with a special sign.
Thats why I stopped fighting at the bars
God hates me, never keep my banger on safety
My mother raised me alone, you can't break me
Like my hearts pumpin the blood of Royce Gracie! 13-4-1 in sig/av