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post #31 of 50 (permalink) Old 10-11-2006, 02:24 AM
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hmm....If i were him i'd just stick to being a trainer...and ACTUALLY train fighters to become champions..but he'll probably just turn into some kidn of fatass.
yeah i guess that would be pretty sweet to see him try to stay active in MMA, but i think he might just end up like some of the other Retirees of the sport, Maybe host a few events, pop in on ultimate fighter, do some seminars...exe. but i think we'll see him again none the less
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Hey guys i haunt seen the fight yet as i live in the uk and dont get it til saturday what happens does tito knock him out does shamrock do enything apart from become a punch bag what happens

GO ON SHAMROCK KNOCK HIS HAIR BLACK THEN SPANK HIS ASS AND IN THE LAST ROUND BEAT HIM INTO LIVIN DEATH LOL
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Shamrock was really good on commentary on UFC 41. Maybe they can have him be the third man in the both.


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Tito did what is right. Ken is done, he gave a ton to the sport, he deserves some respect.

I was so happy to see that Tito manned up and was respectfull and gave Ken what he does deserve.
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Mabye Shamrock can be an IFL coach or something. I was kind of anticipating his retirement but now that he's gone it sort of sucks. I hope he still stays active in the MMA world in one way or another.

on mmaweekly he said something about the IFL, that would be cool.
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post #36 of 50 (permalink) Old 10-11-2006, 05:51 AM
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The outcome of this bout didn't suprise me in the least bit.

This one was pretty much over before it began.

I'm just VERY happy that Tito and Ken FINALLY buried the hatchet. It was a great rivalry while it lasted, but both guys need to move on and put this behind each other for good. I was happy to see that that was the case. After Ortiz did his whole bit, I was thinking "here we go again....this f*ckin' guy will never grow up."

But...when Ken approached and Tito finally smartened up and shook his hand, hugged, and spoke to each other for a bit like real sportsmen...I felt good about that. I finally was convinced that maybe...just maybe Ortiz had matured a bit. It's about damn time.

What really drove the point home though for me...was after Ortiz did his post fight interview, with the shirt and all that bullshit, Rogan went and interviewed Ken. Ken just was very respectful...and took the high road. I felt great though...when Tito walked over when Ken was with Joe, and thanked him again and everything else. Finally he showed some class and I was impressed. At that very moment tonight, I became a fan of Tito Ortiz. I'm not a full-fledged supporter of him or anything now...I just have more respect that I used to.

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The outcome of this bout didn't suprise me in the least bit.

This one was pretty much over before it began.

I'm just VERY happy that Tito and Ken FINALLY buried the hatchet. It was a great rivalry while it lasted, but both guys need to move on and put this behind each other for good. I was happy to see that that was the case. After Ortiz did his whole bit, I was thinking "here we go again....this f*ckin' guy will never grow up."

But...when Ken approached and Tito finally smartened up and shook his hand, hugged, and spoke to each other for a bit like real sportsmen...I felt good about that. I finally was convinced that maybe...just maybe Ortiz had matured a bit. It's about damn time.

What really drove the point home though for me...was after Ortiz did his post fight interview, with the shirt and all that bullshit, Rogan went and interviewed Ken. Ken just was very respectful...and took the high road. I felt great though...when Tito walked over when Ken was with Joe, and thanked him again and everything else. Finally he showed some class and I was impressed. At that very moment tonight, I became a fan of Tito Ortiz. I'm not a full-fledged supporter of him or anything now...I just have more respect that I used to.

That is all.
I feel the same way.

This was a great fight. I still feel numb because Ken is my ****ing idol. I love that man. He is an insipration to me, and always has been since i first saw him.

But after this fight, i dont feel bitter like i did after 61. I feel that I accept what happened, after they both burried the fued, and respected each other. Ken has done so much for us all. He put his ass on the line and made the sport grow. He has now officially passed this role to tito, and I expect great things to come from tito too. I can finally respect both wihtout feeling bad about betraying ken.

This was truly a night that shows what MMA is all about, and why we are the best damn sport in the planet.
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Fighting?..i think not...and you're right about the seminars..for sure...he'll be like randy couture.....commentator....and a coach......IMO Randy/Shamrock should be the elders..of advice ye kno?... they've been in many fights..why not teach your students your secrets to your succeeding ways right? ahha anywyas...:P
I guess he could go out and teach the up and comers... but was it me or did he kinda blow it coaching ultimate fighter, even Dana himself said that he did a crapy job after the shows semi finals, ware tito had 3 guys in and ken only had one... it seemed like he was more interested in out showing tito then actually teaching the younger fighters what he knew.... or maybe ken has more to teach then he's showed us....not sure
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this is for the dude from the UK who didnt see the fight...it looked very similar to the 2nd fight, Tito picked ken Up of the ground and carried him to the other side of the cage, got the takedown, pressed Ken u against the cage, Kens defense was a lil better than last time, but he still seemed overmatched..Tito dropped elbows for a couple minutes than he hit Ken with a clean one and Ken appeared to be rocked, after that Tito just started raining punches down onto Ken's face and Ken was out...Tito looked very impressive




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Shamrock showed he is a class act. I know for sure the iceman is going to knock sparks from him and so does Shamrock.
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