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post #21 of 28 (permalink) Old 03-01-2012, 03:10 PM
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I like the one where some big football guy wants to fight Bas, as soon as someone whispers into his ear who Bas is the guy quickly changes his plans. Bas really is the man because he never looked for trouble but wouldn't run from it, best possible person to have on your side in a bar besides maybe Overeem.
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What was the one with Babalu and the bouncer/security guard?

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Found it!
Story starts at 4:35

Give More.
Give everything.
Give blood.
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I like the one where some big football guy wants to fight Bas, as soon as someone whispers into his ear who Bas is the guy quickly changes his plans. Bas really is the man because he never looked for trouble but wouldn't run from it, best possible person to have on your side in a bar besides maybe Overeem.
It was Brian Urlacher the linebacker for the bears.
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Story starts at 4:35

Yeah pretty sure Buffer is full of shit. Unlike the other stories, this is unverified and just Buffer telling a tall tale not corroborated by anyone else. You'd think at least one other person (Dana?) besides bruce would've mentioned it had it actually happened.

I highly doubt an out of shape 50 year old announcer like Buffer can uppercut and choke out a pro UFC fighter, even a B-level like Trigg.

Most likely this is one of those fantasies that people who get bullied and puss out tell themselves and others. Sometimes they tell it so often, they might even start believing it to some extent.

There's another interview where he forgets his lie and claims it was him punching Trigg and busting his hand open instead of an RNC. Clown can't even keep his story straight.
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I've heard that story before but given recent events with Diaz this line (from Diaz!) is absolutely hilarious.

"I wouldn’t even have gone to the hospital, first of all. If I win a fight, I don’t even care if I need stitches. I ain’t going to no f#%king hospital. I’ve got a press conference and all of that stuff. I would have taken care of that sh#t first."

You would have taken care of the press conference first huh? Those are important right? lol.
thats so funny cause i read that and was like wow he really said that haha
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If ya get a chance look up mma fighter from chicago foils robbers plans. i think its still on youtube
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Hours before the biggest fight of his life, Jones subdues a robber
By Steve Cofield

Eat your heart out Bob Reilly. Mixed martial arts is a lot more than a money grab viewed by savage fans; it can be a real life saver. Saturday afternoon in the streets of Paterson, N.J., Jon Jones and his trainers applied their gym techniques when they spotted a robber, chased him down and subdued him.
Thanks to Tracy Lee for the tip, photo link and video below
Jones, who was scheduled to fight Saturday evening in Newark for the UFC light heavyweight title, was on his way to meditate in front of a waterfall in Northern New Jersey. Jones, along with Greg Jackson and Mike Winkeljohn, spotted the suspect breaking into a car and stealing some objects. According to the account given to Yahoo!'s Kevin Iole by Jackson, the group shouted at the robber and he took off.
Jones, Jackson and Winkeljohn pursued him on foot. The robber eventually fell and Jones, the youngest of the group at 23, caught up to the robber and tripped him to the ground again. Jackson said that Jones "foot swept" the suspect.
With the robber on the ground, Jackson began yelling to his fighter to stay away. Once the trainers caught up to robber, he tried to get up. Jackson said he "double-legged" him and jumped on top applying an arm bar. Winkeljohn went for the other arm to make sure he didn't have a weapon. In the scuffle, the robber was bloodied. The trainers said some blood got on their pants. Shortly afterward, the police arrived to arrest the suspect.
Less than an hour after the incident, Tracy Lee spoke with Jackson.

This is the second time in the last month an MMA-related move was used in a high-profile story to subdue a criminal. Joe Lozito, New York-area laborer, tackled an alleged murderer on a New York subway.
Reilly is the New York assemblyman leading the crusade to keep MMA events out of New York State. The ban by New York is a big reason why the UFC has placed several events just a few miles away across the Hudson River in Newark's Prudential Center. Jones faced Mauricio Rua -- and beat him with a third-round TKO -- in the main event of UFC 128, stepping into the Octagon roughly 7 1/2 hours after his run-in with the robber.
Jackson mentioned that Jones eventually reached that Paterson-area waterfall.
"It was an incredibly beautiful waterfall," said Jackson.

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