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Old 10-08-2012, 07:33 AM   #7 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Rauno View Post
They can prevent some things though. Aldo's motorcycle accident comes to mind in recent events.
True but isn't that just a drop on a hot stone? Most of these guys get injured in training. I see how it's necessary since they've got this insurance for fighters now and they don't wanna pay for something a fighter may or may not do in his time off but I don't think this helps the injury situation at all.

Plus if Aldo had never sat on that motorcycle we wouldn't have got Anderson/Bonnar.
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