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  • 07-08-2009, 08:03 PM
    chadmiyagi
    You've got to take into account that the UFC is sort of going through an expansion stage of sorts. The more MMA's that are given a chance to show their skill, the more waterdown and diluted the talent pool will seem.

    Think of it terms of other professional sports. Drafts happen once a year and probably once every 5 years is there a guy who gets drafted and its like "wow, he could be MVP soon".

    Same with this. Alot of these guys are projects. We were spoiled in early seasons, with Diego's, Koscheck's, Forrest Griffin's, Joe Daddy's and KenFlo's...

    At that time, they assembled who they believed to be the best guys not in the org at the time. That was 10 seasons ago. And with MMA being a sport that requires so many difference facets to be successful at the highest level, it's not like football or baseball, where if a guy can only pitch really well or be a return specialist, he can make it to the pro level with that.

    Here, guys have to be all-around or they just look inferior when they make it to UFN's or PPV's.
  • 07-04-2009, 04:43 PM
    classicironman
    i know im probably going to get blasted for this post but ive been thinking about it ever since thumper's farewell speech. i have been on this site everyday,several times a day, since i joined. there is some great threads that ihave really enjoyed following. at first i joined in where i felt i had input or questions but noticed ,not so much with me but with others that tried to join in, they were getting blasted for their opinions. i did and do agree with thumper that there is a need to seperate the facts from the bs but then there is an area of opinions.
    i watch all mma,i rewatch and watch again. even if its not what i consider a good match i watch it again anyway. i dont know if this makes me a true fan in everyones eyes or not but i think in order to increase involvment on this forum,some may want to be a bit more accepting of the ones that want to express themselves and discuss the different opinions.
    i do agree with thumper in cutting off the bs and rumors that have no validity . i know this is only my opinion but as i look at a thread i see 2 members and 145 guest. i love this site as a read but if you want more involvment by on lookers , i think some need to show a bit more respect of others opinions and discus your own as opposed to just blasting them.
    i realize this is going to be looked at as just my opinion but something is keeping the 145 guest from wanting to join in and this is what i see. i hope this will be taken as a constructive opinion and considered but if not i appoligize for wasting your time.
    i love mma and follow it a lot.i know there are many others here that are far more knowledgable than i am but i still have my opinions and will start sharing them more here as i think this site has great potential to get people more involved in mma which i believe to be the goal anyway right?
  • 07-03-2009, 05:29 PM
    kickedinthehead
    Spike manages to make all shows 50% content 50% FLUFF.

    You need a PVR - you should never watch anything live.

    Commercials suck!
  • 04-26-2009, 01:58 PM
    ElvisLaw
    I still watch every week and while the antics can get annoying I found this weeks episode much better. I really enjoyed how they showed the trainers help build the game plan. and to be honest it seemed UK was better prepared. I thought the fight was a pretty good one and defiantly showed how strategy can over come strength. The UK guy was much weaker but controlled the fight pretty well for the most part.
  • 04-26-2009, 03:43 AM
    egangster
    go richie
  • 04-25-2009, 08:20 AM
    Ahura
    i still enjoy the show, not as much as when it first came on the scene, but i still religiously watch every episode.
  • 04-25-2009, 07:34 AM
    boaz33
    Quote Originally Posted by randy_S1231 View Post
    Well i still watch the show just to see which of the guys look promising.

    By the way, did anyone else catch Kid Yamamoto ringside next to Dana on the last episode?
    Yeah I saw him, they showed him a couple times.

    As far as the show, it is what it is. Its a chance to try to spot potential and and you get to see fights, its not great but ill always whatch it.
  • 04-25-2009, 07:18 AM
    blackfox
    Quote Originally Posted by randy_S1231 View Post
    Well i still watch the show just to see which of the guys look promising.

    By the way, did anyone else catch Kid Yamamoto ringside next to Dana on the last episode?

    where?
  • 04-24-2009, 07:49 PM
    randy_S1231
    Quote Originally Posted by denice25 View Post
    Nowadays the viewers don't pay much attention to the show....
    Well i still watch the show just to see which of the guys look promising.

    By the way, did anyone else catch Kid Yamamoto ringside next to Dana on the last episode?
  • 04-24-2009, 08:36 AM
    denice25
    Nowadays the viewers don't pay much attention to the show....
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