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post #21 of 70 (permalink) Old 05-29-2012, 07:32 PM
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Ya Evan Tanner for me, was a very sad point in UFC.

Fight wise i cant think of many, my most devastating was when i was kinda new to UFC and saw Arlovski lose to Sylvia for the first time.
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CroCops story line in the UFC kills me. God i would have loved for 1 more high kick KO.

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CroCops story line in the UFC kills me. God i would have loved for 1 more high kick KO.
Yeah, but instead we got him being KO'd with a head kick... I was in shock...


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Two fights that come to mind, GSP losing to Serra (props to serra for pulling it off though) and BJ losing the first time to Edgar. The second time, he deserved to lose even though I love him as a fighter.


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CB Dolloway vs Mayhem Miller fight.

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For the me the Saddest moment involving the UFC was when they broke the news that Evan Tanner had passed. I had read about it, most likely on here, but just hearing them say it during an event really made it hit home.

As far as a moment within the UFC, I would have to go with Lyoto getting KO'ed by Shogun. I really thought that would be the fight to cement Lyoto's legacy, and lay to the rest the controversy of the first encounter.
Really hit home for me too. For some reason I take every day for granted when in reality you never know when you're going to die.

Tanner was a great athlete and entertaining fighter. A shame he's gone.

Saddest fight moments for me was watching Randy lose to Lesnar and Machida.

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every brock lesnar win

Every Brock Lesnar win was a sad moment for the sport. Now any Nick Diaz win will also be. Both are the antithesis of everything the sport and the art of MMA used to be about.
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Every Brock Lesnar win was a sad moment for the sport. Now any Nick Diaz win will also be. Both are the antithesis of everything the sport and the art of MMA used to be about.
Couldn't disagree with you more.
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Evan Tanner's death. Nothing even comes close.

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