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post #11 of 31 (permalink) Old 01-17-2011, 07:53 PM
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Why do people make fun of him because he showed some deep emotions after the Melendez fight?

I think men and especially Fighters should be able to cry after a disappointment like that!
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Like Forrest Griffin who got beat down by Keith Jardine and literally cried and used f*** on PPV? Granted Aoki didn't get as handled but remember that Japanese rarely show emotion. So for Aoki to have done that, let alone flip a guy off is mostly unhead of!

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i'd retire too after having my head bounced around like a basketball.

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Why do people make fun of him because he showed some deep emotions after the Melendez fight?

I think men and especially Fighters should be able to cry after a disappointment like that!
I'm all for men, especially fighters, showing emotion in a loss (or a win)... but he acts like a huge jerk when he wins and cries like a baby when he loses.

I was Shinya fan, but after his constant faking, bird-flipping, Melendez-crying, and shameful showing in the kickboxing portion of his Dynamite match-up, I'm off the rainbow pants express.

In my mind, he's the Josh Koscheck of JMMA.
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So in other words Aoki is a sore winner and a sore looser. Remember though that the kickboxing part was not his forte. However one thing about Kos is that he doesn't cry when he looses!

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Remember though that the kickboxing part was not his forte.
he could atleast have respected it and not flop around on the ground for 80% of the round... dropkicks?? WTF? that's just so he falls down and can take all the times he wants to get back up.


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Well first of all it was a rediculous match in the first place. Aoki manipulated it in a way that he could stall to the MMA round which ended up backfiring but you get my point. What he did was really no different to some of the stuff Sudo Genki did in K-1!

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I'm delighted. His amazing subs aren't worth his dick personnality

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You are delighted at the fact that he got womped in a freak show? Anyways, like I said his personality doesn't meet the steriotypical Japanese fighter. Most Japanese fighters are calm and humble while he is emotional and arrogant!

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