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  • 07-01-2006, 05:02 PM
    Big Daddy Duker
    Quote Originally Posted by mattsoper
    That was david louisea buddy
    Yeah, i just saw that fight. It was a pretty sick kick. That's the last time I'll trust the word of a non-fanatic. My bad.
  • 07-01-2006, 12:42 AM
    Alvin
    Lytle's had some real bad luck in his UFC career. After his fight with Lawler I thought he has potential to be a big draw.

    Probably one of the best UFC fights I've seen.

    Never been a fan of Serra, but I like the idea of a potential rematch with Carter.
  • 07-01-2006, 12:34 AM
    killerinstinct
    the WW division has some great exciting fighters this season.

    Matt Serra,Shonie Carter,Chris Lytle,Jeremy Jackson.I can't wait till this season kicks off.
  • 07-01-2006, 12:07 AM
    WandAXE
    Shit I hope so. Please dont clown on my boy, he is a NORCAL FIGHTING ALIANCE alumni.
  • 06-30-2006, 11:57 PM
    Alvin
    Does he still act like a pimp, I hope so!

    Maybe he'll bring Diaz in as his bitch....sorry, his be-ach!
  • 06-30-2006, 11:55 PM
    WandAXE
    Aug I think. I just cant wait to see style himself, Mista International.
  • 06-30-2006, 11:25 PM
    Alvin
    Does anyone know when TUF4 is getting televised?
  • 06-30-2006, 09:25 PM
    jedibaker
    Quote Originally Posted by #1taz
    I agree with the fact that these are exhibition matches...that way the ufc doesn't have to release the results since they aren't counted as official MMA wins or losses.

    And just for you jedibaker:

    The guys spend a little over 6 weeks cooped up in a house and the TUF training center with camera crews taping everything and are allowed no contact with the outside world - no letters, no phones, no TV, no radios, and no internet.

    They have to train and fight in matches to eliminate each other untill only 2 are left in each weight class and then the remaining 2 in each class fight each other to determne the finale winner on live TV.

    The final winner in each weight class gets a plaque, a fancy new watch, and a six-figure contract with the ufc.

    So far all of the seasons have had competing teams made of rookies and relative unknowns that are all new to the ufc....with coaches that are top fighters competing in a PPV match when it is over too...either with each other or with the #1 contender in their weight class.

    What makes this season unique is that there are no competing teams, no coaches (only advisors and trainers), and all of the guys are seasoned veterans and have all fought in the ufc before.

    Previous seasons have had people quit and go home, verbally tap out, refuse to fight, get drunk and trash the house, and whine like little bitches...and have had coaches get into a bunch of trash-talking bouts.

    Hopefully...things will be better this time.

    And just for the record...my lady is the reality show addict - not me...lol

    When that crap is on..I'm in my shop tinkering on my hot-rod truck or on my PC gaming or surfing the 'net.

    Thanks, I knew all that about the previous seasons, I just couldn't remember if in this season wether or not the winners in thier respected weight classes get title shots or just contract renewals. For the record, I like some of the reality shows, but sometimes, it's just time to "tap out" to the tv and let the lady have her time with it.
  • 06-30-2006, 09:18 PM
    jedibaker
    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Boone
    I hope this season the fights are considered official fights and not amateur fights that don't count on fighters records.

    I found this out before but I'm having a brain fart. Why do they not count the TUF matches as official fights anymore? I thought the first season was because it was only two rounds, but this past season was three right? So why are they still not considered official fights? They're sanctioned by the NSAC, they've got the judges, refs, 3 rounds, it's televised. Is it because they aren't paid? I forget.

    Because it's not live, therefore it can't be betted against. That is what I have heard anyways. It should go against their record.
  • 06-30-2006, 07:33 AM
    WandAXE
    Quote Originally Posted by yumitree
    it's a rumor until there is an announcement. i mean, it's certainly likely to happen, but until it's confirmed (and a contract is signed), it's a rumor. nick does indeed have ties to strikeforce (his brother nathan fought at the first strikeforce), but as far as the general public knows, nick has not signed a contract with strikeforce.
    Yeah it was his brother thats what got me fucked up.
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