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post #51 of 80 (permalink) Old 11-25-2012, 06:39 PM
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Chuck vs Evans. Watching the icon of the UFC getting brutally KO'd by an upcommer was terrible.

Shogun vs Jones. After seeing that picture of Shogun staring Jones down after the Bader fight, I thought Shogun was going to come in and devour the young blood. But that opening knee...ruined my night

Franklin vs Silva. I really didnt know who Silva was, except the guy that just embarrassed Leben. However I felt that Franklin was the superior fighter and going to be a dominant champion. Then his face got shattered.

Wanderlei vs Rampage III. Two vicious easy wins, I thought Wandy had this in the bag. But then I thought he was dead after the late hits from Page.

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I can't even speak about Cung Lao vs Franklin. Ouch

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Fedors first loss.
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This is embarresing to admit, but I was a huge Kalib Starnes fan, and when he lost to Quarry in the most shameful fasion, that was a shitty day.

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some really tough ones in recent times...

ranked in order of most devastating and heart breaking

1) chuck vs franklin - chuck came in looking better then ever and fit. he gave it to franklin and was kicking his ass for 99% of the round. kicking wrestling and mixing it up. all he had to do was just fight smart and he was guaranteed a win against a man with a broken arm.

2) Chael vs spider 2 - Chael talked alot of smack, but boy did he back it up. took the where he has never been and tested him like no one has ever. he had it in the bag, he should of been the champ.. i became a sonnen fan after this.

3) Brock Vs Reem - after all crap he had gone through with his illness, really wanted brock to be the badess man on the planet again.

4) Diaz Vs Condit - love the way this guy brings it on all the time. but he was out smarted by a man running away from him all night and did not want to fight. i had it diaz 3-2.

5) chael vs spider 2 - just felt sick after this...
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Diaz Vs Condit. I had never been more excited for a fight than Diaz Vs GSP, and when they brought in a replacement, I was dying for Diaz to do as he did with Penn and walk through Condit to get his fight at long last. Everything still has a sour taste.

Nog Vs Mir 2. Nog had just KOed Schaub, and I'd never cheered louder than for that. Then, he goes in against Mir, a guy I hate, and does the exact same. Only difference is that Nog tried to grapple, and got his arm snapped in one of the most sickening subs ever.



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Franklin vs Silva 1 : Rich was dominated

Sonnon vs slva 2: this one makes me sick. ithought he was going to pull it off this time but silva was able to beat him with some pretty underhanded tactics and Chale throwing the craziest spinning back fist ever.

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"Underhanded tactics"

*Takes a deep breath, and doesnt derail thread by pointing out ridiculousness*



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Diaz vs Condit. I was pretty pissed after the fight. I expected an all out war and thought this was going to be one of the best fights I have ever seen. Turned out to be less than stellar.

Edgar vs Bendo 2. Was really rooting for Edgar, and I thought Edgar won the fight. When Bendo was announced as the winner, I was ****ing confused. I still do not know why the judges gave it to Bendo.

McCall vs Mighty Mouse 2: I felt that McCall won the first fight and I was pretty confident that McCall would smash Mighty Mouse in the 2nd fight. Sad to say, McCall got outclassed in the 2nd fight and he lost.

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"Underhanded tactics"

*Takes a deep breath, and doesnt derail thread by pointing out ridiculousness*
shorts grabbing constantly disabled chaels only chance the TD didn't have a chance of completing the TD with silva. didn't break the rules but bent them allot.

leave it at that

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shorts grabbing constantly disabled chaels only chance the TD didn't have a chance of completing the TD with silva. didn't break the rules but bent them allot.

leave it at that
It's like calling someone underhanded for grabbing the cage, which almost every fighter has done at some stage.



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