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  • 05-30-2006, 07:06 AM
    killerinstinct
    Quote Originally Posted by LA Suxs
    Tank i dont think comes too cheap either
    Tank used to fight for free in the UFC.the only other guy i can think of off the top of my head that has or will fight for free is jeremy horn.

    Has anyone seen Ultimate Tank Abbot?that's some funny shit.Tank trashing all his opponents.when showing his fight with severn-he had this to say about severn"Go eat some more steroids to be half the man i am"
  • 05-30-2006, 02:36 AM
    LA Suxs
    well Goldberg is an expensive athlete so i doubt an up and coming pormotion can afford him. and Tank i dont think comes too cheap either, so monetarily wise only Pride and K1, maybe UFC could do it. Though i doubt thered be any reason to put that match up since Japan isnt too aware of either, and i dont think UFC can pull of the bullshit.

    also nice to see the forum is coming along, i'm surprised nobody brought up Goldberg would take Tank down wit a spear, then GnP to set up the jackhammer
  • 05-29-2006, 06:26 PM
    fe4tw
    Quote Originally Posted by arashikagepunishment
    personally i was never impressed with goldberg in wrestling. his career was a fluke. it was all about the right look at the right time. at first the guys matches didn't even last as long as his entrance and that was because they was hiding is inability to wrestle. i know alot of people might say the guy is a beast, but remember its professional wrestling he was only made to look like a beast.
    Trust me, we know. I'll bet we know more about that than most wrestling fans. It's one of the biggest reason why most of us switched to MMA.

    But anyways, I hope Tank knocks him the fuck out and talks shit.
  • 05-29-2006, 04:41 AM
    Matt Boone
    It still is. This is a different company out of California. Tank is fighting in England against someone I've never heard of in July, for K2 I think it's August against Butterbean, and then they're TRYING to get him and Goldberg paired up for late in the year, but I really doubt Goldberg ever agrees to anything.
  • 05-29-2006, 04:37 AM
    LethalStriker
    Wasn't the original plan for K2 to be Tank vs. Butterbean?
  • 05-29-2006, 04:36 AM
    kdude87
    i see two things happening in this fight, that is 1. Goldberg getting KTFOed! 2. Tank pulling off a RNC!?!?
  • 05-28-2006, 10:35 PM
    Matt Boone
    Yeah between injuries and age, and the fact that neither guy is a legit MMA fighter (Tank might be recognized as one, but he's always been a glorified brawler who came up on the better end of a "puncher's chance" a few times allowing him to create a fan base and be considered part of the SPORT) my interest level for this one isn't much. It won't happen in my opinion, as Goldberg ignores offers to put on spandex tights and do a spear and jackhammer for a billion dollars on a regular basis, so fighting someone who could legitimately detatch his head from his big ass shoulders for a much smaller amount of money would seem like something that's never going to happen. Then again Goldberg always fantasized about being an MMA fighter, and in his mind beating someone like Tank who just comes in swinging would legitimize Goldberg in the MMA world (again, in his mind) and would allow him to walk around like the mega-bad ass he thinks he is.

    Plus shit, they wouldn't hurt a smaller company (this fight even if it does come off won't be in the UFC at all) with a big ass headline bout like that. Would put a new company on the map, and there's never too many up-and-coming organizations in MMA, as we've learned recently.
  • 05-28-2006, 09:58 PM
    killerinstinct
    yeah plus goldbergs has had to many injury problems in the past.i think he might even still be listed on the falcon injury list-jk.
  • 05-28-2006, 06:31 PM
    arashikagepunishment
    personally i was never impressed with goldberg in wrestling. his career was a fluke. it was all about the right look at the right time. at first the guys matches didn't even last as long as his entrance and that was because they was hiding is inability to wrestle. i know alot of people might say the guy is a beast, but remember its professional wrestling he was only made to look like a beast.
  • 05-28-2006, 12:52 PM
    LethalStriker
    I have absolutely no interest in seeing that fight, well unless Goldberg gets KTFO. But as long as it happens outside of UFC then I don't care either way.
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