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    Quote Originally Posted by RearNakedStroke View Post
    3 losses in a row for Silva? Did I miss something?
    If he were to hypothetically lose his next fight

    If Tim beats him, it's 3 losses in a row for Silva, and the last one to someone the casual fans don't know shit about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RearNakedStroke View Post
    3 losses in a row for Silva? Did I miss something?
    I dunno...maybe the part where I wrote:
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    If Tim beats him, it's 3 losses in a row for Silva...
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    Quote Originally Posted by rivethead View Post
    I dunno...maybe the part where I wrote:


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    Yeah, I caught that. So who him before Weidman? I might be seriously spaced out here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by W.Silva>C.Norris View Post
    I love the Bisping fight idea actually. Mike has been calling to fight Silva for years, so lets see it happen.

    On a side note, has anyone really missed Anderson so far? It sort of dawned on me after reading this article that I really havent noticed his absence as much as I thought I would. Dont get me wrong, I am a fan, I enjoy watching most of his fights(much more so before the showboating and taunting started, but...) I just havent really seen a big void since he was on the injury shelf.
    No I'm glad he's gone he was a very classless champion much like Jones only difference is Jones seems to have reluctantly embraced the villain role similar to Koscheck. Silva pretends he is this great guy in one interview and then the next he shows his true colors. He caused so much drama in the MMA community so it is a good thing he is gone because with all the shit with gsp, vitor and jones, the MMA world would be 75 percent TMZ and 25 percent actual fighting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RearNakedStroke View Post
    Yeah, I caught that. So who him before Weidman? I might be seriously spaced out here.
    Weidman beat him twice in a row, that's two losses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IceCold48 View Post
    No I'm glad he's gone he was a very classless champion much like Jones only difference is Jones seems to have reluctantly embraced the villain role similar to Koscheck. Silva pretends he is this great guy in one interview and then the next he shows his true colors. He caused so much drama in the MMA community so it is a good thing he is gone because with all the shit with gsp, vitor and jones, the MMA world would be 75 percent TMZ and 25 percent actual fighting.
    But, at the same time in another thread you talk about how you like Colin McGregor.

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    I like McGregor. He reminds me of a much smaller irish version of Chael.
    Seems kind of contradictory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Twist of Lemon View Post
    Weidman beat him twice in a row, that's two losses.
    Wow. Somehow I totally forgot about Silva getting knocked out clowning around.
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    ...yeah.

    Even though Anderson himself said he wasn't, he was soooo "clowning around," so it was, totes like a non-really-reals-win.



    and stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RearNakedStroke View Post
    Wow. Somehow I totally forgot about Silva getting knocked out clowning around.
    Please, allow me to refresh your memory.


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    That was a pretty funny loss. I guess the gruesome leg break just overshadowed it for me.
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