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    Quote Originally Posted by MIZjitsZOU View Post
    His nickname is "the caveman." The intro wasn't any longer than any normal one from what I remember. It was just that he had a dinosaur puppet behind him. It really wasn't that bad. Dude has a gimmick and dude is trying to sell that gimmick. Why don't you watch bellator? Because of the intro's?
    I don't really care what his nickname is - I watch MMA to see the skill and technique of the fighters and to see who is best and who proves themselves on that evening of fighting. Not what props they bring to the cage.

    I also didn't say I don't watch bellator - I just said I didn't watch these fights.

    I'm not trying to start any kind of contest - I respect most fighters that step into combat. I just don't see any place for these intro antics , such as bringing a big ass Dino to the cage with you.

    I rather skip the intros and just see the fight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlunTForcE View Post
    I don't really care what his nickname is - I watch MMA to see the skill and technique of the fighters and to see who is best and who proves themselves on that evening of fighting. Not what props they bring to the cage.

    I also didn't say I don't watch bellator - I just said I didn't watch these fights.

    I'm not trying to start any kind of contest - I respect most fighters that step into combat. I just don't see any place for these intro antics , such as bringing a big ass Dino to the cage with you.

    I rather skip the intros and just see the fight.
    It has very little effect on the actual fight though; it's just a gimmick for people who like that stuff. I personally like the ridiculous walk outs a lot more then the political bullshit that gets beaten to death in MMA media.


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    Damn Blunt, why so serious?
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    Quote Originally Posted by KevoOnTheRadio View Post
    Damn Blunt, why so serious?
    Because I haven't had a blunt in like 3 months. It makes me less of an aggressive poster.

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    Felice Herrig apologizes for Bellator 94 scuffle with Heather Clark | News
    "First off I want to apologize to any of my fans that thought what I did was unsportsmanlike," she tweeted. "Looking back on it now I probably shouldn't have reacted that way but my emotions got the better of me. Heather has been on a mission for almost 2 years now trying to fight me and has done the typical trashing of me to try and get that attention to do it."

    Herrig (9-4 MMA, 2-0 BFC) said she was always open to the fight, but Clark (5-4 MMA, 0-1 BFC) continued fighting at 125 pounds while she fought at 115. Herrig said she was "just tired" of bigger opponents calling her out, and she wanted to make Clark pay.

    "Heather is a very tough fighter and I wish the drama leading up to it was not as heated as it became but I assure you it was not brought on be me at all," she stated. "I never attack anyone who hasn't attacked me first. I wish Heather a speedy recovery and I'm not upset that she took a swing at me after the bell... I probably would have done the same. Actually I know I would have done the same!"
    And if you want beef, then bring the ruckus

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    I'm slightly confused here. I assume your sig is what this article is talking about. I saw only the girl in the black strike unless I am misconstruing what the girl in blue did because I see it as an open handed pat or whatever after a fight. Granted my confusion must be about who is who in this case.

    Regardless I have a hard time believing emotions get the better of these professional fighters. I'm not one but it's not like this was a street fight.
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    RRR=the Rhonda Rousey Resistance

    classic - "this is the dumbest thing Ive ever heard. thats like me having a picture of Hitler posted, and saying "I dont believe in his politics, but I like to hear him talk" W.Silva>C.Norris

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlunTForcE View Post
    I don't really care what his nickname is - I watch MMA to see the skill and technique of the fighters and to see who is best and who proves themselves on that evening of fighting. Not what props they bring to the cage.

    I also didn't say I don't watch bellator - I just said I didn't watch these fights.

    I'm not trying to start any kind of contest - I respect most fighters that step into combat. I just don't see any place for these intro antics , such as bringing a big ass Dino to the cage with you.

    I rather skip the intros and just see the fight.
    I bet you loved Genki Sudo

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    ^^^exactly^^^

    Quote Originally Posted by BlunTForcE View Post
    Ill be the first to say I didn't watch the bellator fights . But I'm also the first to say, are you serious? This is where MMA is heading?
    where it's heading?

    Son, those are it's roots.


    See, back a half-a-decade before your friends got you into TUF, there was a little promotion in MMA called PRIDE FC. And in that little promotion, there was a skinny little fella named Genki.

    And he was the shit, start to finish.




    It should have rained the day Genki Sudo retired.

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    Fuck yea. I gotcha back brah

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    he could fight a little bit, too...


    the mulleted Giant Swing at 1:55 may be the greatest thing I've ever seen.



    putting on a clinic.


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    Last edited by rivethead; 04-01-2013 at 07:26 PM.
    All manner of men came to work for the News: everything from wild young Turks who wanted to rip the world in half and start all over again -- to tired, beer-bellied old hacks who wanted nothing more than to live out their days in peace before a bunch of lunatics ripped the world in half.

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