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Thread: Antonio Rogerio Nogueira injured, out of Alexander Gustafsson fight

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat--Smasher View Post
    Rogerio Nogueira is not "Minotauro". "Minotauro" is the heavyweight brother... Whoever wrote this is a moron.

    On topic: Who didnt see this coming?
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    BC, Canada


    Little Nog never accepted Gustafsson fight

    However, in response to a reporters question at the post fight media scrum Saturday night about whether he was frustrated with Little Nog's record of injuries, UFC president Dana White said that Nogueira never accepted the fight with Gustafsson in the first place.

    "The fight isn't for four months, and he's already determined he's hurt," said White. "I don't understand that. The guy is always hurt. Every time you call him, he's hurt."

    "What happened was that night we decided to make the fight, Gustafsson said yes, and they couldn't get hold of (Little Nog), so I said, 'F--- it,' and just went with it and announced the fight. And of course, he's hurt."
    Last edited by Cat--Smasher; 11-10-2013 at 07:22 PM.

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