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UFC The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is a U.S.-based mixed martial arts organization, recognized as the largest MMA promotion in the world. The UFC is headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada and is owned and operated by Zuffa, LLC. This promotion is responsible for solidifying the sport's postion in the history-books. UFC is currently undergoing a remarkable surge in popularity, along with greater mainstream media coverage. UFC programming can now be seen on FOX, FX, and FUEL TV in the United States, as well as in 35 other countries worldwide.

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post #11 of 28 (permalink) Old 09-29-2006, 10:41 PM
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Your thinking of Big Daddy Gary Goodridge and Paul Herrera. One of my favorite knockouts ever in the UFS.


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When randy coture acted like he was spanking tito

"The fat man flies at midnight"
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Heh, that was a great moment. He wasn't acting like it either, he was literally spanking his ass.

A great moment in UFC history was when Couture stopped Vitor Belfort in the third round of their third fight, winning his title back after losing it to an eye poke.
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I can't remember the fighter's name, but he put his opponent in a full crucifix and then cranked off about eight piston-like elbows to the poor sob's head until he was beyond unconscious. That was one of the earliest PPV's I saw and I thought it was the perfect combination of cool/nasty.
Yeah that was definitely gruesome, Gary Goodridge on Paul Herrera I think it was UFC 8 or 9. Goodridge was a beast back then.

And like Pogo The Clown said, Randy Couture defeating Chuck Liddell is an awesome UFC moment, Chuck Liddell taking down the first time and beaten to a pulp, thats one of the best UFC main events ever. I knew Couture was going to beat Ortiz after watching that onslaught on Liddell.
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You mean Terry Martin, and no one saw that fight since it was a prelim so there are about 50 better UFC moments than that.
God I said Marvin Freeman!That wasnt even remotley close im so stupid sometimes. It wont happen again.

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God I said Marvin Freeman!That wasnt even remotley close im so stupid sometimes. It wont happen again.
No, no its cool I correct a lot on this forum and I have to admit you take it better than anyone I've seen so far to be honest.

Anyone remember Carlos Newton being the underdog and defeating Miletich fast? Another great moment, UFC 36 had some great moments too such as Hughes beating Sakurai, Barnett dubbed the new champion.

Or when at UFC 45 the bench brawl between Cabbage and Tank, I've disliked Cabbage ever since.
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I agree with MMA1990 about Gracie tapping out Severn, that was unheard of at the time.

I'm quoting Bonnar in my sig for his comment which is so dam true.



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Loved the Franklin knock out on Quarry.
Also watching Frank Mir walk his fat ass back into the ring for the first time since car accident and getting dominated because he obviously was not in good shape and I was wondering if he even trained at all.
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Ortiz's slam on Tanner.

Kens guillotine on Severn.

Royce's face after his superfight with Ken.

Tito's intro to UFC 40. No one can deny the awesomeness of that intro.

When Ken punched Tito in UFC 40, and buckled his knees. Remember, this is during the beating Ken was getting.

Randy spanking Tito was good.

I liked Royce pulling on Kimo's hair.

And I like anytime Tank ABbot got the shit kicked outa of him. That guy is just a the biggest ******** I have ever seen.
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I'm quoting Bonnar in my sig for his comment which is so dam true.
Alright! One step closer to Immortality! hehe, just kidding! Yeah that comment is true! I was happy he lost that match!

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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