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    Quote Originally Posted by KevoOnTheRadio View Post
    Jarrod Rollins fought WM at TUF Finale

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    Fuckin' shit.
    I've never seen that fight before. That was Hardcore!!!!
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    I think that was the last season of TUF I watched
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    At the time that was one of my all time favourite fights.

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    Cain v JDS II and III
    Cain v Bigfoot I and II
    Fedor v Gary Goodridge
    Matt Brown v Pete Sell

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trodden View Post
    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.
    Dude, Overeem and Sergei's first fight was similar and also very brutal. Those were 2 really bad beatings that he took.

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    Pat Smith smashing in Scott Morris' face with multiple elbows at UFC 2 was pretty brutal.
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    A lot of the old shit was ultraviolent. The pre-zuffa UFC was basically a toughman competition + a Gracie.

    In the modern era, I've seen so much that I don't really score violence unless it surprises me.

    When Anderson Silva (who at the time I thought was just a flashy guy with quickness) debuted in the UFC against Leben (and the book on Leben at the time was that you couldn't put him to sleep with Rhino tranquilizer) and walked through him it made me just collapse back in my seat and say, "Daaaaaaaamn..."

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    Tito laid an absolute beat down on Shamrock at UFC 40. The first Hendo-Shogun fight was also pretty violent from both ends.


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    Guess I am a little old school, but a couple that come to mind that haven't been mentioned....

    Severn Vs Taktarov (sp?) the original reason knees to the head of a grounded opponent went out the window.

    Gary Goodridge Vs Herrera just absolute crucifix destruction

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