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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 09-09-2007, 04:10 AM Thread Starter
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Most Important event in UFC 75

Some would say the robbery of Matt Hamill will be most remembered. Others will say Crocops losing was what will be remembered. And some will remember the unification of the belt.

But what should really be noted it Randy Couture going 4 in a row on his picks for the winner with the pick of Rampage winning the fight.

Yeah yeah I am being sarcastic but in all seriousness, Randy might be the best at comparing fight styles and who would win in a fight. This fight was probably 50/50 on who people predicted to win the fight but the likelihood of getting the 4 fights randy has picked correctly is pretty low.
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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 09-09-2007, 04:11 AM
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Ya know, there was some posters on this forum who have picked like 9 bouts right in 1 event. While it's cool he got them right, it's not out of this world to do so.


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Confirmation that Randy is God.
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I really like randy and all but threads like this and all the nut licking that goes on can really make a dude pray for his retirement. When he appeared on screen at ufc75 a almost threw up because I knew someone on here would say some nonsense about how great he is and low and behold I was right

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clearly you did not read where i said i was being sarcastic.
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interesting how randy also picked sakara, cro cop, and bisbing to win...
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post #7 of 12 (permalink) Old 09-09-2007, 04:41 PM Thread Starter
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where was this, he only entered the announcers table for the main event. Was this prior to the event or something?
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where was this, he only entered the announcers table for the main event. Was this prior to the event or something?
Im pretty sure he was announced for more fights than just the main event. I may be mistaken though.

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Confirmation that Randy is God.
Nah like someone on this forum's sig says "Fedor is God, Randy is his prophet". My apologies for forgetting the user that owns that as their sig.
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Im pretty sure he was announced for more fights than just the main event. I may be mistaken though.

Randy was in attendance for the whole fight but it wasnt until the main event that he joined the commentators. I would have liked him to have been commentating during the crocop fight because for the life of me I have no idea what mirko was thinking about by being so passive.
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