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    Damn impressed by this Akop dude (except his fence grabbing)

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    Wow one point deduction. I agree with it iin the first round, but not during the intermission to the third.

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    Sandro has that spinning back kick timing down now. This keeps up and we are going to see a fourth round.

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    Damn, was hoping for a fourth round.

    Falcao had a douchey move (imo) by acting like he was talking on the phone at the weigh in stare down.

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    This should be a good fight. I don't know but think Falcao takes this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1inthechamber View Post
    This should be a good fight. I don't know but think Falcao takes this.
    I got Schlemenko, but who knows. I think the farther it goes the worse it is for Falcao. If memory serves me he fades bad.

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    Schlemenko looks like he is already exhausted....
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    I really hope Falcao gets knocked the fuck out. He is such a classless thug.
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    Yes! Hahahahaha!
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    Damn those body shots killed him and then just two brutal follow ups.
    "To be truly walking on the warrior's path, we have to bring our minds back to the time when we were not ashamed of our dreams; when reality had not yet frustrated our ambitions; when our desire was still too strong to be repressed, and our spirit refused to surrender in resignation; when we were not yet doctors, businessmen, or lawyers, but still wanted to be heroes, leaders, bodhisattvas. The first step on the way to being warriors is to get back in touch with our dreams."

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