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post #21 of 34 (permalink) Old 09-23-2007, 03:42 AM
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chuck needs to learn MARTIAL ARTS, learn muay thai, learn BJJ, learn TKD, learn Karate...LERAN SOMETHING.
he needs to retire

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Chuck needs to get his ass away from Hackelman, dudes not helping him anymore. Hes coddling Chuck like hes his bitch.
There have been rumors that the two have had a bit of a falling out. I honestly dont know if Chuck will leave him though, they have been together since day one.
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Way too early

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Chuck needs to get his ass away from Hackelman, dudes not helping him anymore. Hes coddling Chuck like hes his bitch.

His styles exposed and outdated, he needs to reform
NOPE John Hackleman is a genius, and if Chuck was more agressive he would have won tonight. He has the power to knock guys the F OUT!!!

He does need to generate additional resources, but retirement is WAY too Premature
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he needs to retire
wow way to throw out years of whooping guys just because he lost 2 fights



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I never thought a retirement was neccessary, people are too quick and harsh

Sure Johns a genius, no doubt, but hes not getting Chuck in the right state of mind.

A fighter needs a trainer who he respects and listens to. Hacklemans untied Chucks leash and has no control over him and his well being
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Chuck tried to go out on his own against Rampage and paid the price. That was his fault, so I wouldn't blame his camp. I think that he needs to learn something new and jump this mental hump that is growing more and more.
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How more aggresive could Chuck possibly be? People, life isn't a video game. Chuck was just outclassed in the striking, plain and simple. A logical arguement would be that he should have looked to score more points instead of just trying to KTFO Jardine.

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Damn that was a good fight

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I never thought a retirement was neccessary, people are too quick and harsh

Sure Johns a genius, no doubt, but hes not getting Chuck in the right state of mind.

A fighter needs a trainer who he respects and listens to. Hacklemans untied Chucks leash and has no control over him and his well being
Look Kieth Jardine pulled a great fight out of his ASS.. Big Whoop.

Am I suprised? YES and that is the point/ We are all shocked that Jardine could pull this off. Chuck was on the losing end of a Fairy Tale. Jardine gets his ass handed to him by Wanderlei..
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chuck didn't do anything tonight he didn't do a hunderd times before. he has a style that works for him he has one of the best takedown defense in mma and if forces people to play his game but i give jardine alot of credit for not running after chuck when he backs up like alot of other fighters do and end up getting knocked out. jardine had a great game plan and it worked out for him.

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Yeah right, UFC has tried and failed and felt stupid too many times to not have Chuck fight Wandy finally. Its gonna happen sooner or later.

And notice they didnt say winner gets Wandy, they said if chuck wins he gets wandy. Which even though he lost I know hell get
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