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post #21 of 53 (permalink) Old 12-31-2012, 11:39 AM
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Wow, Cain makes my willy hard.







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C'mon you comparing that^^^. Big Foot silva doesn't even crack the top ten. Jds the so called great, the man who can't be beat, or taken down haha please I've never seen a champion get destroyed like that.
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No one has looked worse in defeat from Cain Valasquez than Jds, and he was who people were calling the greatest heavyweight of all time. Hey Brock come back, your loss don't look to bad now.
Make up your mind already. You said "No one has looked worse in defeat from Cain Valasquez than JDS" and I showed someone from his last fight. No that doesn't count because of Big Foots ranking?

There are plenty of Champions who have been crushed in dominating fashion to lose their belt. Just because you don't have a memory that spans longer than 3 days, doesn't make that the truth.

Jones vs Shogun a pretty damn good example. Since you mention it, GSP vs Serra II was pretty good too. AS dominated Rich Franklin.

This fight was over in the first round. Once again, anything that happened after that point was fairly moot. I was impressed with Cain in the first round (after his 8 horrible td attempts) but as the fight carried on, his performance got sloppier and sloppier. He was just lucky JDS had no idea where he was.

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Wow, Cain makes my willy hard.
That I don't doubt at all... and you're calling other people nut swingers? The irony.

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Make up your mind already. You said "No one has looked worse in defeat from Cain Valasquez than JDS" and I showed someone from his last fight. No that doesn't count because of Big Foots ranking?

There are plenty of Champions who have been crushed in dominating fashion to lose their belt. Just because you don't have a memory that spans longer than 3 days, doesn't make that the truth.

Jones vs Shogun a pretty damn good example. Since you mention it, GSP vs Serra II was pretty good too. AS dominated Rich Franklin.

This fight was over in the first round. Once again, anything that happened after that point was fairly moot. I was impressed with Cain in the first round (after his 8 horrible td attempts) but as the fight carried on, his performance got sloppier and sloppier. He was just lucky JDS had no idea where he was.
Them 8 horrible takedown attempts were meant, Cain was shooting for anything so Jds would drop his hands. Very smart by Cain.

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Them 8 horrible takedown attempts were meant, Cain was shooting for anything so Jds would drop his hands. Very smart by Cain.
You seem to have an uncanny ability to side step the discussion and try to change the subject. Do you talk this way IRL?

His game plan was obviously after the fact, however while watching it live, those attempts were brutally embarrassing.

They served their purpose and served it well... but that didn't make them any prettier.
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Make up your mind already. You said "No one has looked worse in defeat from Cain Valasquez than JDS" and I showed someone from his last fight. No that doesn't count because of Big Foots ranking?

There are plenty of Champions who have been crushed in dominating fashion to lose their belt. Just because you don't have a memory that spans longer than 3 days, doesn't make that the truth.

Jones vs Shogun a pretty damn good example. Since you mention it, GSP vs Serra II was pretty good too. AS dominated Rich Franklin.

This fight was over in the first round. Once again, anything that happened after that point was fairly moot. I was impressed with Cain in the first round (after his 8 horrible td attempts) but as the fight carried on, his performance got sloppier and sloppier. He was just lucky JDS had no idea where he was.



That I don't doubt at all... and you're calling other people nut swings? The irony.
The fight wasn't over in the first round, it went the full five rounds because JDS did'nt give up like many other fighters likely would have after taking a beating like that one. And Cain wasn't sloppy, he smothered JDS the entire fight but I guess JDS nuthuggers have to have an excuse to make themselves feel better.
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The fight wasn't over in the first round, it went the full five rounds because JDS did'nt give up like many other fighters likely would have after taking a beating like that one. And Cain wasn't sloppy, he smothered JDS the entire fight but I guess JDS nuthuggers have to have an excuse to make themselves feel better.
This concept seems difficult for you and your friend.

Obviously the fight went 5 rounds.... I mean seriously guy?

Junior was toast after the first round. He was 100% relying on a one punch KO for the remainder of the fight.

You know what's more impressive than dominating a guy who can barley stand for 4 rounds? That's right... finishing a guy that can barely stand up.

Or being the guy who can barely stand under his own power, yet refusing to quit and still attempting to throw punches and still successfully stiffing take down attempts.

Did you even watch the fight? Some of Cain's 5 round TD attempts were about on par with his first 8.
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I think my face looked worse then JDS' did after each round. I was very sad to see what has become my favorite fighter get a beating like that. I was very proud of the heart he showed, he always got back up no matter what. But damn I love that Big Brazilian Teddy Bear and I didn't want to see him go down like that.
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This concept seems difficult for you and your friend.

Obviously the fight went 5 rounds.... I mean seriously guy?

Junior was toast after the first round. He was 100% relying on a one punch KO for the remainder of the fight.

You know what's more impressive than dominating a guy who can't stand up for 4 rounds? That's right... finishing a guy that can't stand up.

Or being the guy who can't stand up under his own power, yet refusing to quit and still attempting to throw punches and still successfully stiffing take down attempts.

Did you even watch the fight? Some of Cain's 5 round TD attempts were about on par with his first 8.

The mauling Cain gave JDS was a million times more impressive then some quick KO. It would have been much better for JDS' health if he was finished in the same fashion that Cain was in their first match.

Oh and stop trying to win the internet by making up excuses because you're butt hurt. Cain absolutely destroyed JDS in every facet of the sport and made the statement of the year to end the year, end of story.
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The fight wasn't over in the first round, it went the full five rounds because JDS did'nt give up like many other fighters likely would have after taking a beating like that one. And Cain wasn't sloppy, he smothered JDS the entire fight but I guess JDS nuthuggers have to have an excuse to make themselves feel better.
There's no excuse.
JDS wasn't supposed to win that fight and he didn't.
He's a company man.

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This concept seems difficult for you and your friend.

Obviously the fight went 5 rounds.... I mean seriously guy?

Junior was toast after the first round. He was 100% relying on a one punch KO for the remainder of the fight.

You know what's more impressive than dominating a guy who can barley stand for 4 rounds? That's right... finishing a guy that can barely stand up.

Or being the guy who can barely stand under his own power, yet refusing to quit and still attempting to throw punches and still successfully stiffing take down attempts.

Did you even watch the fight? Some of Cain's 5 round TD attempts were about on par with his first 8.
That's all he has ever relyed on.

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