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post #1 of 36 (permalink) Old 09-21-2007, 10:57 PM Thread Starter
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What stops Brock Lesnar from...

so my question is what would stop Brock from lets say just picking up a guy and slamming him? i mean he could just grab someone and piledriver(is that legal?) him. from what im seeing, hes lifted guys twice his weight so what would stop him from lifting someone his OWN weight? i could definately picture him picking someone up and slamming them 2-3 times until they get knocked out
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post #2 of 36 (permalink) Old 09-21-2007, 11:03 PM
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Well someone fighting back stops that a lot, but its still possible. Problem is, when someone is fighting the slam, it wastes a lot of energy. Look at Bob Sapp vs Nog, using that much muscle uses tons of oxygen.
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Well someone fighting back stops that a lot, but its still possible. Problem is, when someone is fighting the slam, it wastes a lot of energy. Look at Bob Sapp vs Nog, using that much muscle uses tons of oxygen.
lol bob sapp is the best mma fighter i kno
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Watch WWE, the guys who get slammed actually jump. They are actors and they do acrobatics. If you still believe that slamming is easy, pick a fight with a person your size and try to slam 'em, then you'll see how easy it is.
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Seriously a if someone pulled off a pile driver with the intention of hurting someone thye would break the other persons neck, I mean alot of professional wrestlers have been paralyzed by botched piledrivers were they didnt get taken care of.

It is stupid to believe that someone would try to piledrive there opponant as the positioning of it really isnt a natural stance you would find yourself in a fight, it really isnt relevant in a real fight.
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Almost NONE of that fake crap is relevant in a real fight.
I hope UFC doesn't disgrace itself by doing this I really hope they don't, we don't need a side show freak, the ratings are fine, why do we have to do this crap.....I'm just ill thinking about how much cred UFC can lose with legit sports organizations like ESPN if we bring in the "carnies" of WWE.
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Almost NONE of that fake crap is relevant in a real fight.
I hope UFC doesn't disgrace itself by doing this I really hope they don't, we don't need a side show freak, the ratings are fine, why do we have to do this crap.....I'm just ill thinking about how much cred UFC can lose with legit sports organizations like ESPN if we bring in the "carnies" of WWE.
agreed.
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Im going to end this by saying Pile Driving an opponant on their head is strictly forbidden in the UFC, so stop watching wrestling.
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Almost NONE of that fake crap is relevant in a real fight.
I hope UFC doesn't disgrace itself by doing this I really hope they don't, we don't need a side show freak, the ratings are fine, why do we have to do this crap.....I'm just ill thinking about how much cred UFC can lose with legit sports organizations like ESPN if we bring in the "carnies" of WWE.
Ya this Brock guy is a Farce. The NFL must be so embarrassed from his stint with the Vikings. Give me a break!

This guy is a Freak Athlete. Runs a 4.65sec 40, Benches 475lbs with a squat of 700. Not too mention his wrestling background - 4 time All-American wrestler and NCAA Champion. I don't see how anyone wouldn't be excited to see a guy like this in the UFC...
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i believe slams to the head are illegal, meaning slamming a guy head first into the ground?

anyhow, i can see brock lesnar picking up people and slamming them real hard. he's a good wrestling and a very strong guy.
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