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  • 10-30-2006, 07:01 PM
    bassm
    Quote Originally Posted by Rockx
    Hammerhouse sux.
    You take that back.
  • 10-30-2006, 06:56 PM
    Malice
    Hammerhouse sux.
  • 10-30-2006, 06:46 PM
    bassm
    Quote Originally Posted by bigaxel123
    I really liked Kerr in his hayday too. Oh, btw, Mark Coleman was expelled from the Ohio State wrestling team for drug-related issues. He's the one who got Kerr addicted to pain pills. I do think though, that his biggest problem is going to be completely mental. I just hope quite frankly, he can come back big, I dont see him being another Randy Couture personally. Anyone disagree?
    Coleman did get busted for a marijuana charge when he was young. Kerr got HIMSELF addicted to painpills that were perscribed by a dr. Coleman and Randleman looked like freaks back when they were tested by the ncaa and the olympics. You dont know shit.
  • 10-30-2006, 06:22 AM
    IlDuceMacmanus
    Quote Originally Posted by bigaxel123
    I really liked Kerr in his hayday too. Oh, btw, Mark Coleman was expelled from the Ohio State wrestling team for drug-related issues. He's the one who got Kerr addicted to pain pills. I do think though, that his biggest problem is going to be completely mental. I just hope quite frankly, he can come back big, I dont see him being another Randy Couture personally. Anyone disagree?
    That isn't true at all... He trains in their gym and there is a plague of him on their god damn wall... And like a mini statue of him and randleman wtf are you talking about
  • 10-30-2006, 05:11 AM
    bigaxel123
    I really liked Kerr in his hayday too. Oh, btw, Mark Coleman was expelled from the Ohio State wrestling team for drug-related issues. He's the one who got Kerr addicted to pain pills. I do think though, that his biggest problem is going to be completely mental. I just hope quite frankly, he can come back big, I dont see him being another Randy Couture personally. Anyone disagree?
  • 10-29-2006, 05:09 PM
    Divide Et Impera
    Stott?!?!? HAHAHAH!!!

    What kind of fish with legs style of fighting was that?!?!? I just don't understand that simultaneous swipe-stomp thing he was doing. That was a BRUTAL knee, though....
  • 10-29-2006, 12:53 PM
    Greenish
    Isn't like 40 now? I loved Kerr but this seems like a typical trying-to-cash-in-on-name comeback...

    EDIT: damn those fast typing fingers of yours prophet :P

    BTW I remember that fight, guy talked in preinterview how he has developed his own fight discipline that was best in the world and how he's here to prove that to everyone. Then within seconds Kerr smashes his face in when guy tryes to shoot, gets knocked out cold (Kerr stoped and looked at ref before ref even reacted) and is NEVER EVER heard of again
  • 10-29-2006, 12:45 PM
    prophet665
    The best comment easily this month on this board has been :

    "All three Hammerhouse guys passed their piss tests, who saw that one coming?"


    As far as Kerr goes, he was one of the guys that got my interested in MMA and it was really sad to see what he put himself through. That girlfriend of his wasn't exact the model of support, now was she?

    His win over Greg Stott as UFC 15 was awesome. Mr. Face...meet Mr. Knee.

    The problem with Kerr will be that he is getting a little long in the tooth (he is 38) and I bet he can't train like he did when he was 28. Add that he won't be taking an juice and I just don;t see a real successful comeback, but I hope I am wrong. Not just wrong, but I hope he comes back and stomps the crap out of the UFC.

    Why the UFC, you may ask. Because there is no way that Kerr will EVER beat Cro Cop or Fedor. Fedor versus Kerr with Jesus as his tag partner, I still take Fedor in the third round by armbar.
  • 10-29-2006, 06:37 AM
    Cromm
    Mark Kerr is a scary submission wrestler who has all the naturel tools to be a top tier athlete. They called him the "Smashing Machine" for good reason(one of the origintators of modern GNP), and his power was in the realest sense of the word awesome. If he is able to overcome his own personal demons, I dont think there is many fighters today that can stand up to him. He was one of the first wrestlers to successfully compete in Brazillian Submission Tournements w/
    wins over some of the best in the world. Go Kerr, I wish him the best in his future. And hope to see him compete sometime in the future.
  • 10-29-2006, 04:16 AM
    BigJoe111
    My question was about Kerr, do you all think if he is clean and is training with Rutten, that he can be a force in the HW division again? That is my simple question, i say yes, but you all are much more knowledgable then I am a lot of the time.
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