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08-26-2006, 07:17 PM
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Join Date: Apr 2006
Location: Houston, Texas
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It seems when ever anyone is defending there favorite fighter they say "he's got a lot of heart" big deal when a fighter in the octagon is said to have heart it's always when there getting dominated. Examples:Ken Shamrock, Josh Haynes, and Luke Cummo( not as much Cummo). Big deal if your hanging in there unless your Mike Stines or some extremly crappy other fighter than you beter not quit. The phrase " Hes got heart!" translates to "he's getting completly dominated and there no real compliment to give him."
These guys dont have heart there just proffesinals(barley) and no professinal MMA fighter just quits a fight.
This is just my view and im woundering if anyone agrees with me.
I've saw Hidehiko Yoshida yell "Ippon" which translates to "I quit" after taking a dozen or so kicks to the leg from Mirko CroCop. To me when a fighter taps thats almost like quiting.
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