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    roger huerta vs. zorobabel Moreira (one FC). man the way, huerta got KOed by the soccer kick. just sickening

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    Almost every one of these fights made me shiver in thinking about them.

    I think I have to put Corey Hill vs. Dale Hartt as well. One moment and it was just too much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cosmicsunn View Post
    roger huerta vs. zorobabel Moreira (one FC). man the way, huerta got KOed by the soccer kick. just sickening
    yes it was. Hmm my gif of the finish wont upload right, oh well.

    Sanchez vs Guida was a pretty violent back n forth great fight, but wasnt really super bloody or anything. all the best ones I can think of have been mentioned.
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    alexander emelianenko vs Sergei Kharitonov

    not a long fight, but has an ending that will show why knees to the face of a grounded opponent is not a good idea.



    Kevin Randleman vs crocop 1



    it was pretty burtal!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Donosaur View Post
    Feel like I should make a joke that goes something like "Any Phil Davis fight because of the pinkish shorts", but I think pretending not to know the difference between violet and violent, is dumb even for me.
    Rofl. Wish I could rep you for that.

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    I can take any amount of blood in an MMA fight but, whilst relatively harmless, I can't stomach Hominick/Aldo size haematomas. That shit is just disgusting.

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    Wandy vs Yuki Kondo
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    The fighter who was at the time still referred to as John Koppenhaver vs. Gerald Harris on a finale of TUF , I don't remember which season. I just remember there were 2 or 3 times for each guy I was so sure they were finished and they just KEPT coming back and beating the shit out of each other, both guys caked from head to toe in a layer of blood and nonstop action. Violent and nail-biting the whole way through.
    For pure gore Edwin Babyface Dewees vs Gideon Ray on TUF season 2. An elbow popped open a vein in Dewees' scalp and it was free flowing like I've never seen elsewhere. Probably the only time I have ever actually had a flash of concern for a fighter's life during a bout. Guy was always dyed shock blonde and he was a full-on ginger by the end. I was baffled a doc didn't stop it and it was the only time Ive seen that after the fight they had the on sight doctor come on air and explain to the audience why he didn't stop it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meatbag View Post
    The fighter who was at the time still referred to as John Koppenhaver vs. Gerald Harris on a finale of TUF , I don't remember which season. I just remember there were 2 or 3 times for each guy I was so sure they were finished and they just KEPT coming back and beating the shit out of each other, both guys caked from head to toe in a layer of blood and nonstop action. Violent and nail-biting the whole way through.
    For pure gore Edwin Babyface Dewees vs Gideon Ray on TUF season 2. An elbow popped open a vein in Dewees' scalp and it was free flowing like I've never seen elsewhere. Probably the only time I have ever actually had a flash of concern for a fighter's life during a bout. Guy was always dyed shock blonde and he was a full-on ginger by the end. I was baffled a doc didn't stop it and it was the only time Ive seen that after the fight they had the on sight doctor come on air and explain to the audience why he didn't stop it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BonesKnows View Post
    is this the one where Kim Winslow would just yell `fight back` `youre still not fighting back`for the better part of the fight?
    Yep. One of the great Winslow fails.
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