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post #11 of 63 (permalink) Old 10-06-2006, 09:20 PM
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recently Lauzon's victory over Jens was a pretty big upset.Of all time I'd have to say Maurice Smith's upset over Mark Coleman.No one really gave him a chance in that fight.Mark was undefeated and dominated all his opponents.Smith was supposed to be somewhat of an easy match ,but Smith somehow pulled out the upset.
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post #12 of 63 (permalink) Old 10-06-2006, 09:25 PM
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i have 2 that stick in my mind

shogun vs. coleman.........when shogun's elbow got disconnected I was like O shit it's ****ing broken! then the whole hammerhouse vs. chute boxe thing went down. all just a big mess. the worst upset ever to me

arlovski vs. sylviaII...........damnit arlovski. he just got to crazy and should've waited. you could see sylvia just waiting for him to swing again and boom he caught him. i was really looking forward to seeing arlovski reign supreme
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Little Evel losing was a pretty big one.... I was lookin forward to seeing him pound that dude.
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post #14 of 63 (permalink) Old 10-06-2006, 11:54 PM
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also joe lauzon beating pulver was a huge upset too, 7-1 underdog
Yup, and it's not like Pulver was beating Lauzon, then caught a punch. Jens didn't get 1 offensive move in.

Penn vs Hughes 1 was pretty shocking. Here's this dominant wrestler who has beaten pretty much everyone who stepped in his way, and a lightweight comes in to challenge him. Did anyone give Penn a chance in that fight?

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Yup, and it's not like Pulver was beating Lauzon, then caught a punch. Jens didn't get 1 offensive move in.

Penn vs Hughes 1 was pretty shocking. Here's this dominant wrestler who has beaten pretty much everyone who stepped in his way, and a lightweight comes in to challenge him. Did anyone give Penn a chance in that fight?
Yeah Joe dominated that entire fight.I hope to see more from this kid ,he looks very impressive.

I gave Penn a chance.BJ is one of my favorite fighters and I thought he could set.It was still shocking that he did it in such dominating fashion though.

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Lauzon looked sharp i thought. He has some potential thats for sure. I hope he does well he seems like a good guy
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Lauzon/Pulver has to be up there. I was really surprised when I saw Royce v Severn, especially knowing who Dan Severn was.

I know that this might sound like a surprise, but I thought Tito beating Guy Mezger was an upset, obviously Tito disagreed.

On top though, has to be Chuck stopping Randy the second time that they fought. Randy Couture had been TKO'd, but never stopped with one punch like he was by Chuck. I didn't think it was going to happen, but it did.



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My loss to Bruce Lee was a pretty big upset.
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Old school I would have to say Royce beating everyone. Consider the fact that everyone was bigger than him and noone new what the hell BJJ was.
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Of all time I'd have to say Maurice Smith's upset over Mark Coleman.No one really gave him a chance in that fight.Mark was undefeated and dominated all his opponents.Smith was supposed to be somewhat of an easy match ,but Smith somehow pulled out the upset.
These two are the ones that stick in my mind. When I saw the first UFCs I couldn't have picked a winner to save my life. Then I learned to appreciate BJJ, and later the dominate wrestlers like Coleman.

Just when I think I got my mind right, Maurice Smith shows up with his leg kicks and superior cardio and puts away Coleman.

Ah, the beauty of MMA, always evolving.

I was as stunned as Matt by BJ taking the first fight against Matt Hughes too. Didn't do my homework on that one.
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Thats ok Boo I was upset about BJ losing to penn. That was one of the most personally upsetting fights for me. <teardrop> sigh.

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