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post #124 of (permalink) Old 04-06-2013, 08:40 PM
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You're a miserable hater and the kind of guy who makes sports annoying, but I've got no problem schooling you here.

Originally Posted by deadmanshand View Post
Right. Because we can always trust a man's training partners or trainers to tell the truth about him. And we certainly can't ignore it when a fighter attributes all of his earlier craptacular performances to something that is definitely fixed now.
Earlier performances? He's had two losses in the last eight years of MMA and kickboxing combined.

Originally Posted by deadmanshand
Regardless of whether or not he fights the exact same way since making the changes.

And note how none of the above from you are "facts". They are hearsay.
Except that he hasn't lost, or been in trouble, or taken any damage in any fight since it was stated. You'll say he hasn't faced anyone legitimate since. Well he signed on the line to fight Gustafsson with an injured knee, it was Gus who didn't show up. You act like he's dodging people when he's just been destroying everyone they put infront of him. Think of what his career would be if his first two fights in the UFC were wins against Lombard and Hunt and Jacare.

"Gegard is very raw," said Cleo Ncube, a top Canadian wrestler and one of St. Pierre's closest training partners over the past two-and-a-half years. "He doesn't have a real specific training regimen. He just messes around, which is such an incredible story."

I guess an obscure training partner has a lot to gain by lying to you about Gegard's training routine. You definitely must know better than he does.

Originally Posted by deadmanshand
His K1 over Kyotaro is the only accomplishment on here worth bragging about. Dream belts mean little because he was competing in a higher weightclass in asia which means (and reading his record) confirms it was basically a bunch of cans. His only respectable win during that was a fluke ko of Jacare from an upkick in a fight he was losing. Holds about as much weight as being the Kindergarden boxing champion.

Competing at a higher weightclass? He was the Dream MW champion, a lower weightclass. Then with age he moved up a weightclass and won the Dream LHW belt, which is his current weightclass where he fought tonight. The only times he fought above that class is when he blitzed Mark Hunt and Gary Goodridge. Mark Hunt is a top 10 fighter in the UFC Heavyweight division.

Funny you call a 2 minute first round KO a fluke knockout. Mousasi is notoriously dangerous off his back. He's subbed BJJ blackbelts off his black, tripped a standing Judo blackbelt off his back, hell he won that entire MW tournament off his back.

Originally Posted by deadmanshand
And his vaunted Strikeforce title? Won from Renalto Sobral. Wow. What an accomplishment. He koed one of the most koable fighters on the planet who's gameplan is run charging at you with his chin out. It's almost as impressive as beating James Thompson or Bob Sapp! And he failed to defend it even once.

My god... the talent of this man is mind boggling.
Do you think he KO'd Babalu because Babalu was running at him? Clearly you've never seen the fight. Your ignorance and excessive hyperbole makes it obvious you're talking out of your element and grasping at straws to justify your hate for Mousasi. Maybe next time just try saying "I don't like him" instead of trying to make things up.


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