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post #21 of 43 (permalink) Old 06-04-2014, 06:34 PM
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Not a fight but I am still gutted for Cruz after 2 acl injuries and his recent groin injury, that is some serious bad luck Really hope he is still the same fighter when he comes back. Couldn't believe it when he was finally scheduled to fight Barao and then had to withdraw.

Same goes for Julianna Pena and her injury
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Hendo in his last two fights. He looked like he had absolutely no right being in the same cage as Cormier. It was sad. I felt like I was watching someone pick on their kid brother or something. Hendo looked about as bad in the Shogun fight until he landed that big right hand. The dude should seriously hang it up before he starts to look like Chuck at the end of his career.
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Most sorry I ever felt was watching Roxanne Modaferri and Shayna Baszler on TUF 18.

Skillset/performances aside, seeing two pioneers finally get their shot when their best days are likely behind them was very sad and depressing to watch.
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Most sorry I ever felt was watching Roxanne Modaferri and Shayna Baszler on TUF 18.

Skillset/performances aside, seeing two pioneers finally get their shot when their best days are likely behind them was very sad and depressing to watch.
I felt bad for Roxanne but Shayna came off like such an arrogant bitch that I was actually happy to see her get some humility handed to her.

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I can't feel sorry for no fighter, even if it's a fighter I love, if he just got outclassed, KOed or submitted as this is exactly what this game is about. I will feel sorry if some nasty unexpected injury will occur, though.

That puts Anderson Silva, my biggest MMA icon, representing these two examples in his past two fights: I felt absolutely zero compassion for his KO in the first loss to Weidman and further humiliation worldwide and in Brazil, which included accusations of him taking a dive for money (nonsense, but it did hurt him bad inside) and in other hand I felt desperately sorry for his terrible misfortune in the second fight, as he was going for the war we all wanted to see and ended up severely hurt, screaming in pain and with a long treatment period ahead of him.

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Silva vs Franklin 2. Franklin was defeated before he even stepped into the octagon.

You forget that this isn't just some brutal sport where everyones out to kill each other. Its much more like a game of physical chess.-looney liam
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I felt bad for Cain when Jds caught him only because I knew Cain wss superior and it was literally the only way Jds could win.

Fedor vs Werdum because Fedor was to aggressive and with a smarter plan had the skills to beat up Werdum.

Special note to Jardine when hhe got **** choked by Wandy looked horrible

Art jimmeerson vs Royce was hilarious when he had one glove and couldnt do anything so tapped from frustration

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The first one that comes to mind is the end sequence of Carlos Condit vs Rory MacDonald. Rory was so young, kind of reminded me of my little brother, and Carlos was merciless. I couldn't help but feel really bad for the kid.

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CroCop losing to Gonzaga

Any of Mike Swicks losses bring tears to my eyes.

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post #30 of 43 (permalink) Old 06-06-2014, 06:32 AM
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Heath Herring after his Lesnar fight. Totally bullied by Lesnar for three rounds. And the disrespect from Lesnar after the fight was over. Horrible fight for Herring. And we have seen nothing from him after that....
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