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post #11 of 69 (permalink) Old 08-16-2012, 12:48 PM Thread Starter
 
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Really.... another side show fight like Kimbo was?
Couture didn't fight Kimbo, he fought James Toney...(at least I think that's the side show fight you were referring to?)

Like Sports said, it's more his way of saying he isn't ever coming out of retirement. But the fight is fun to speculate on because it's so bizarre.
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I'd love to see Randy break Steven's face.


He didn't last long against SS's student, how about the master?

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This wouldn't be a fight. It would just be an ass-beating and then people would have to hose the crap out of the cage...

absolutely no different than this..

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He didn't last long against SS's student, how about the master?

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So then that means you think Steven would/could beat up Machida in a fight? You know, since he's the "master".

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It would have to be at HW for Steven to make wt.
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Seagal by violent KO Round 2. Yes I'm serious.
I'm interested in hearing why you think this.
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Many have tried to beat Seagal, and many have failed. Couture would be no different.

Seagal via standing wrist lock.

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He's a little late to the "Call out the cocky and delusional 60 year old man" party.
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He didn't last long against SS's student, how about the master?

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That is true. That was one of the sweetest knockouts especially coming from a Karate practitioner. Mr. Miyagi would have been proud as well!

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Many have tried to beat Seagal, and many have failed. Couture would be no different.

Seagal via standing wrist lock.
That's deadly! I remember seeing that in one of his flicks...haahah!

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I'd pay a fortune to see this.


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