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    Default Jon Jones urges 'idol' Anderson Silva to retire after two 'flukish losses'

    Jon Jones urges 'idol' Anderson Silva to retire after two 'flukish losses'
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    It was just sad. I know how long Anderson Silvas been working to be who he is. Ive won several world titles, this guys won like 12, 13. Thats a lot of work. To see such a magnificent career and legacy get tarnished by two losses, two kind of flukish losses I wouldnt call the first one a fluke it sucks. It leaves a weird taste in your mouth, like its not supposed to end that way. What Im hoping is that people remember Anderson for all the magnificent things hes done, and all the lives hes touched, and all the people hes inspired, and Im hoping that Anderson just stays away from the sport and continues to be an inspiration outside of the Octagon.... Not fight again. Anderson can do seminars, he can do motivational speaking, he can help all the kids in Brazil, I mean hes such an idol. His greatness has just begun, but I think in the Octagon, I think its been already fun.

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    flukish isn't a word
    "DO YOU THINK I'M JUST GOING TO SIT THERE AND LET YOU KILL ME JON???"

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    So were both fights a 'flukish' win or was the first a KO? Which is it Jonesy?

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    – I wouldn’t call the first one a fluke – it sucks.
    Really??? If anything, THAT'S the One that would be considered the Fluke.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The8thPlague View Post
    Really??? If anything, THAT'S the One that would be considered the Fluke.
    I'd call the result of the second fight more of a fluke than the first one.



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    If he thinks the losses were "flukish" why would he urge him to retire? It seems you would be more inclined to urge someone to retire if they were getting their shit pushed in on a regular basis...

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    Quote Originally Posted by The8thPlague View Post
    Really??? If anything, THAT'S the One that would be considered the Fluke.
    neither were a fluke silva got destroyed twice
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    Quote Originally Posted by IceCold48 View Post
    neither were a fluke silva got destroyed twice
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    It is the truth. Weidman dominated Anderson in both fights. We can argue about how the fights ended (specially the second one), but we can not argue that Weidman was anyway beating the hell out of Silva, specially in the second fight.

    As for Jones and his comments, lol, it is not his business
    Not only brazilians can do this stuff


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    Quote Originally Posted by IceCold48 View Post
    neither were a fluke silva got destroyed twice
    No he didn't. The first fight Chris capitalized on a moment where Anderson was being overly confident. Up until that point I fully expected Anderson to win the fight. I do agree that Chris was clearly winning the second fight.

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