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post #1 of 62 (permalink) Old 10-15-2006, 01:39 AM Thread Starter
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Franklins Nose!

Does anyone have a pic of franklins nose yet?

That thing is ****ing SHATTERED/BROKE/DISCONNECTED any name you want thats what it is.

Post a pic asap i wanna show my buddy who couldn watch the fight (hes an idiot and didn take time off from training like i did lol)

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post #2 of 62 (permalink) Old 10-15-2006, 02:06 AM
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That was as bad a broken nose as I've seen in the UFC. It was bent across his face like an NHL goalie from the 20's.

Silva was an avalanche. I thought he might win (cha-ching!) but he dominated Franklin so bad I'm in shock.

Silva's muai-thai clinch is the next big thing in MMA.
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Silva's muai-thai clinch is the next big thing in MMA.
Muai-Thai clinch? How about EVERYTHING? This guy himself is the next big thing, after tonight there's no question he is the most well rounded fighter in the UFC. I dont mean this in no disrespect, just a simple question but have you seen Silvas older fights? It obviously shows he isnt no chump on the ground as well....just uh...he hasent shown it yet in the UFC
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Muai-Thai clinch? How about EVERYTHING? This guy himself is the next big thing, after tonight there's no question he is the most well rounded fighter in the UFC. I dont mean this in no disrespect, just a simple question but have you seen Silvas older fights? It obviously shows he isnt no chump on the ground as well....just uh...he hasent shown it yet in the UFC
I mean it's what ppl are going to be talking about.

I wonder if Franklin even wants a rematch. That was devestating.
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Muay Thai clinches have been around and used forever, im suprised those knees were so dominating to franklins side though. I know because its been done to me when your in the clinch you underhook and slam.

It almost seemed like silvia was franklin and franklin was one of his old victims. Seems like his game plan got thrown right out the window. I also don't understand how Silvia overpowered him in the clinch. Franklins normal size is more of a 205, i donno how he didn power out of it.

Im still in shock, but more just happy for sherk right now.

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I mean it's what ppl are going to be talking about.

I wonder if Franklin even wants a rematch. That was devestating.
Oh no doubt, Franklin looked like he never fought in a clinch against a Muay Thai fighter in his life.
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Franklins nose did look really bad. I see Silva being the next big champ if he dominated franklin like that.

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Franklins nose did look really bad. I see Silva being the next big champ if he dominated franklin like that.
The MW division is pretty thin as it is. Silva might be around for a while considering how long Franklin lasted at the top.
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I bet ya Hughes is PISSED and will probably go to fight Silva after TUF and GSP fight. If he still has the belt and everythings lined up right.

I think he might give Silva a hard time to. I think silva's only change against hughes would be stand up but seeing his accuracy its a good chance he could KO hughes like he did franklin. But im convinced that theres not a JJ fighter that could be Hughes, no matter what belt.

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I think he might give Silva a hard time to. I think silva's only change against hughes would be stand up but seeing his accuracy its a good chance he could KO hughes like he did franklin. But im convinced that theres not a JJ fighter that could be Hughes, no matter what belt.
You're joking right? Silva is absolutely no chump on the ground, if Hughes doesnt get clocked from shooting in to take down Silva, there's no way he'd dominate Silva like the rest of his opponents.
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