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post #51 of 55 (permalink) Old 10-17-2012, 09:21 AM
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Big Nog is a legend down there and is a iconic figure to his team, as for why anderson is crying...he would be irrelevant if it wasn't for Nog. I'm sure nog invested a lot into Silva for him to get where he is today. Its a brotherhood that can't be explain, like look at the WWE, why did Eddie Gurrero cry when Chris Benoit won the title.
Because it took them years of hard work to get to the mountain top. Wrestling is planned, but it's still prestigious to be given the belt, as it shows you among the top faces in the company. They wouldn't cry over a B pay-per-view win over a mid-carder, would they? I guess about the brotherhood part, but I still think it's overreacting a little bit considering who he beat in my opinion.

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I just thought it was way over dramatic. I could understand the crying after the Mir fight and the broken arm, but not for beating Dave Herman of all people.
Why some of you insist in comment on something you clearly don't understand? Or maybe you are just playing tough behind the keyboard when in reality could very well cry watching a drama movie with your girlfriends. No demerit to you for that, btw.
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Why some of you insist in comment on something you clearly don't understand? Or maybe you are just playing tough behind the keyboard when in reality could very well cry watching a drama movie with your girlfriends. No demerit to you for that, btw.
Who's playing tough? Where did I ever imply that crying was a girly thing to do or imply that I don't ever cry? I didn't once state that, I said I thought the entire celebration was a bit overly dramatic, that's my opinion.

I've cried in the past plenty of times and I've no shame in admitting that, but the circumstances have been vastly different to the video shown above.

Just like to point out that The Lion King is also the only film to date to ever make me shed actual tears. Mufassas death is heart breaking.
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Just like to point out that The Lion King is also the only film to date to ever make me shed actual tears. Mufassas death is heart breaking.
Oh, no man. That was a low blow. You really had to bring that back to my mind?
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Who's playing tough? Where did I ever imply that crying was a girly thing to do or imply that I don't ever cry? I didn't once state that, I said I thought the entire celebration was a bit overly dramatic, that's my opinion.

I've cried in the past plenty of times and I've no shame in admitting that, but the circumstances have been vastly different to the video shown above.

Just like to point out that The Lion King is also the only film to date to ever make me shed actual tears. Mufassas death is heart breaking.
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