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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-12-2007, 03:38 PM Thread Starter
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Sean Salmon on Mark Cuban's debut

HDNet Fights: Former UFC fighters Sean Salmon and Justin Eilers on the Mark Cuban payroll



“Justin Eilers and Sean Salmon are former UFC veterans that always put on great fights. We also have several Dallas area fighters that will be fighting on the card, so we have something for everyone — all kinds of fighting styles and all brave warriors, ready to go on October 13.”

– The owner of the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks, Mark Cuban, announced today that his high definition network (HDNet) will enter the “mixed martial arts fighting circle” with the debut of “HDNet FiGHTS” in Dallas, Texas on Saturday, October 13 at 7:00 p.m. The main event features former Shooto World Champion Eric Paulson taking on five-time World Kick Boxing Champion, Jeff Ford. The showdown will be one of 10 bouts scheduled on the card, which also includes former UFC fighter Sean Salmon against Leopoldo Serao (185 pounds) and another former Octagon warrior, Justin Eilers, against Justin Howard (Heavyweight).

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It's great to hear that Justin Eiler's is back in the game. The guy gets Ko's better than anyone in MMA, with the exeption of Paul Varelans of course.

These guys have turned getting beat up into an art form and I love them both for it.

Sean Salmon isn't to Shabby either when it comes to losing in style.
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Sean is just happy a organization will pay his jobber ass to fight.
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post #5 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-13-2007, 04:26 PM
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C'Mon Salmon has a good Knockout

on the receiving in. Just a refresher:

YouTube - Evans HeadKick KO'
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Hell yeah, Justin Eilers! That guy really does know how to lose. While most guys just turtle up, and lose in boring style, Eilers took the Varelans tradition, and made it into his own style. I mean, Eilers did a freakin' Flair Flop in the Octagon, dude rules.

Sean Salmon is also continuing the Varelans tradition. I mean, the guy made the Evans highkick look all awesome.

I don't see how anyone can hate this.

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I'll be dissapointed if I don't see a Salmon jump kick. That might be the single most intimidating move ever seen in an MMA cage.
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