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post #1 of 46 (permalink) Old 10-04-2007, 05:56 PM Thread Starter
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Shogun After Surgery with Photos

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I know about my mistakes in the fight against Forrest, I will never use this surgery as an excuse for my lost, I have all the responsibility for the bad result, now I just want to look for the future, I would like to thank all my fans that are supporting me in this difficult moment and I promise you all that I will be back better than ever, I know that I lost the first battle but not the "war" for the UFC belt.
Glad everything went okay and looking forward to his return. I would love to have his wife for spoonge baths. I hope he does come back better and hungier and we get Griffin/Shogun II before Shogun/Rampage II.

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Shogun is really taking responsiblity for his loss and that is really impressive. Their are some fighters like Arona who make an excuse at every turn after they lose but Shogun is really taking this loss like a man.

A lot of people attacked him for the way Chute Boxe handled the Coleman "loss" and this IMO shows that it was the situation that made him not give Coleman credit not the person he is.

Shogun will be back and I can't wait till his next fight.
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Glad everything went okay and looking forward to his return. I would love to have his wife for spoonge baths. I hope he does come back better and hungier and we get Griffin/Shogun II before Shogun/Rampage II.

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"I know that I lost the first battle but not the "war" for the UFC belt."

I love it Shogun. Get better and come back soon.

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Well im glad to hear that the surgery went well.

I really hope we get to see the Shogun that had him ranked by many as the #1 LHW in the world...I have faith.
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i hope he comes back and whops some that ass
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Why in the hell should there be a Griffin/Shogun II?
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Why in the hell should there be a Griffin/Shogun II?
Why should there ever be a second match between any two fighters, why a Bisping/Hamill II, why Hughes/GSP II, why Wandy/Tito II, or Tito/Rashad II? To see who is truly the better fighter thats why. It was a great fight and Forrest stepped up too bad Shogun wasn't able too.

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Why in the hell should there be a Griffin/Shogun II?
I would like to see it. Shogun wasn't 100% when he fought Griffin, I think they matched up faily well in their other fight (style wise). I'd want to see a 100% Shogun vs Griffin. Not making excuses for him, because it was his own fault that he decided to fight, but still you can't deny that the knee caused him not to be 100%

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