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    Quote Originally Posted by W.Silva>C.Norris View Post
    Again, 9 fights, 9 bonuses, where's the disappointment?
    9 fights with with a 4-5 record. A losing record would be considered a disappointment to most especially for a guy with Wandy's rep. Winning a bonus for losing a fight doesn't really carry a lot of weight for me really

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rise View Post
    9 fights with with a 4-5 record. A losing record would be considered a disappointment to most especially for a guy with Wandy's rep. Winning a bonus for losing a fight doesn't really carry a lot of weight for me really
    It sure does in the UFC. Winning a bonus on multiple occasions will have you headlining cards, winning consecutive fights or not.
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    He lost exactly one fight out of those 9 to a guy who wasn't a former ufc champ.
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    I was pretty disappointed that Hendo lost both of his UFC title fights, but he isn't a disappointment.

    I would throw Maynard somewhere on my own personal list. I thought that guy was gonna be a champ for sure.

    It's hard to not consider Swick a disappointment.

    I am disappointed that Bader can't seem to break through to the upper echelon. He's still youngish though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by W.Silva>C.Norris View Post
    Ive always looked at Swick more so as a missed oppertunity then a disappointment. If he could only have stayed healthy.
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    What about George Sots? I expected great things out of him. At one point, I thought he was 155 champion material. He started off with a great run with some good names on it, only to completely fall apart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by W.Silva>C.Norris View Post
    What about George Sots? I expected great things out of him. At one point, I thought he was 155 champion material. He started off with a great run with some good names on it, only to completely fall apart.
    Yeah, he was a guy that I heard about, as a title contender, exactly enough to become interested, only to never hear about him again. The same thing is kinda going on with TJ Grant, to a lesser extent, but due to injury. I hate when I get a name hammered into my brain, as a star, and then they fall off. It's useless info that sticks in my brain forever, for no reason. To give an example, I have baseball players names stuck in my head from 15-20 years ago, that had 1 good year. They weren't even on teams I freaking liked, and nobody remembers them, but me.
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