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Thread: UFC Fight Night 30 LIVE DISCUSSION *SPOILERS*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fedorlei Gomipierre View Post
    Am I the only one thinking that Iaquinta/Jury II could be a HELLUVA fight going forward???
    Agreeeeed!
    Fedor Emelianenko is the Greatest P4P MMA fighter to ever walk the earth, hands down.

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    I'm really rooting for Munoz here, always been a fan.. I was really looking forward to seeing him smash Bisping, this is a much tougher match-up in every way.. If he beats Machida holy shit throw him in for a #1 contender fight.. And if Machida wins, well he will probably see Weidman if he retains, or Henderson/Belfort winner?
    Fedor Emelianenko is the Greatest P4P MMA fighter to ever walk the earth, hands down.

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    Jeezus, Machida at 185 definitely upped his resemblance to Ryu lol.

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    Machida via fucking sick ghost whisper. What a ninja.

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    WOW! Machida baby!! Great fucking Sportsmanship by Lyoto, absolute class act. headkick KO thru his gloved hand... damn thats power

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    What a beast. I kinda gotta feeling Munoz was hesitant to pull the trigger on his friend. Hate to see either lose. Loved the sportsmanship in not throwing any unnecessary shots as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1inthechamber View Post
    What a beast. I kinda gotta feeling Munoz was hesitant to pull the trigger on his friend. Hate to see either lose. Loved the sportsmanship in not throwing any unnecessary shots as well
    Seems that both were hesitant.

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    Machida didn't look too happy after he KOed him

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sniggles View Post
    Seems that both were hesitant.
    They both definitely didnt want to completely engage 100%, but damn did he throw a hellacious headkick!

    Great Sportsmanship by Lyoto tho

    Quote Originally Posted by The Return Of...... View Post
    Machida didn't look too happy after he KOed him
    I wouldnt be happy KO'ing a friend of mine either, but Machida is definitely a class act for the finish and knowing it was over.

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    Thats part of my point though. You know its going to be extremely close, especially when you commit to throwing the strike while the fighter is still down. If your opponent is anywhere close to that grey area its your duty as a professional to throw a different strike or even lift your opponent up slightly to pull him off the ground and take that option awat from them.

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