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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 06-06-2007, 08:03 PM Thread Starter
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MMA Movie?

If you could make a movie plot for a movie involving MMA how would it go? Boxing has some great movies like the Rocky series.

Heres my idea.
"Any Which Way Possible"
From the "Any which way you can" series with Clint Eastwood as Philo Beddoe.

Philo is old broke down and washed out street fighter. A young unknown comes along and Philo takes him under his wing. Philo uses his old pet orangutan to spar against the aspiring fighter. After a few street fights they gain there way into the world of MMA. Along the way they mix company with some of the most popular and charismatic Mixed Martial Artist in the world who all treat old Philo with the respect that he never knew he had giving him new meaning for his life as an old fighting veteran.

What do you think? Come up with your own plot. Lets here it.
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The most solid advice I can give to anyone who fights BJ Penn is...do not motivate the guy. Lets face it, BJ although talented, is naturally lazy. Your job is to NOT convince him to step on that treadmill.
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You want to redo those movies? Im talking about a new movie that portrays MMA as a legitimate sport.
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You want to redo those movies? Im talking about a new movie that portrays MMA as a legitimate sport.
legit is boring man

The most solid advice I can give to anyone who fights BJ Penn is...do not motivate the guy. Lets face it, BJ although talented, is naturally lazy. Your job is to NOT convince him to step on that treadmill.
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legit is boring man
Ohh thems fighten words around here bro. LOL
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Ohh thems fighten words around here bro. LOL

but seriosly right now who would really wanna see a movie about a legit mma fight trying to work his way up the ladder...in a rockyish storyline......ahaha i could just see randy in their calling the fighter a no good bum

no would wanna see that

except for mma fans

unfortunately we dont make up enuff of the population to generate a profit

yet.....muahahahahahahahaaaaaaa

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Thats part of the point to this question. What made boxing as popular as it was? I think organizations like the UFC would be wise to invest in a movie about MMA. I also think its alot more popular than you think it is.
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Thats part of the point to this question. What made boxing as popular as it was? I think organizations like the UFC would be wise to invest in a movie about MMA. I also think its alot more popular than you think it is.
nah man

a movie didnt make boxing what it was

boxing has been around in theory since 3000 bc

in the 20 and 30s it gained alot of mainstream support because of everyone doing well in the 20s and then doing shit in the 30s

guys like ali, foreman, and fraziers had existing before the release of rocky in 1976

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Id call it, "MMA The Movie"
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