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Thread: UFC 160 Discussion: Cain vs Bigfoot

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    So......many......fencegrabs.

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    great grappling display by khabib but good sub d by Abel as well... good scrap this far.. its funny to look at the body sizes and who your average person would think would win vs more educated MMA fans that know about skinny grapplers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fedorlei Gomipierre View Post
    I utterly love hearing them sell Cain/Bigfoot II. The way they're explaining his win over Overeem, you'd think he routed him and their first matchup was close lol.
    That's their job.

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    Khabib is fighting pretty sloppy here, showing zero regard for Abel's ground and aside from him getting careless, he should be able to send this fight home.

    From jumpstreet though, this fight was a total mismatch, but goddamn who told Abel to engage in the takedown against such a grappling stud like Khabib, stupid shit.

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    Rogan 100% on point right there.

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    So dude comes in with a lame looking Afro wig, misses weight, pushes his opponent in the stare down. Then controls his way to a decision. Awesome.
    "He's got big balls. I like that." -Josh Koschek on Frank Trigg's balls.

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    How many times can you warn someone to 'watch the fence' without taking a point?
    "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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    some of those tosses were gnarly but he couldn't maintain control on the ground so that was kind of weird to watch

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    Quote Originally Posted by MirJitsu View Post
    When Te Huna pulls off the massive upset later I'm going to go crazy.

    ....I don't care how unlikely it is.
    Tuna ain't winnin!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MirJitsu View Post
    How many times can you warn someone to 'watch the fence' without taking a point?
    About fifteen minutes worth lol.

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