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Old 10-23-2006, 01:42 PM   #31 (permalink)
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According to his website, Rich had to endure having his nose "re-set" in the locker room after the Anderson Silva fight ... that must have hurt like ****
Nah, the first one is painfull but after that it still hurts.
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Old 10-23-2006, 02:10 PM   #32 (permalink)
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Squeetard has a little shameless behaviour in the past
'Punch drunk' is a term for the permanent damage you can get from repeated blows to the head.

What you guys are describing is as you said it yourself 'getting rocked'. lol.

Closest I ever got to punch drunk was when I was jacking up the front end of a truck and the handle kicked back and got me in the forehead. I was out for 10 minutes and spent the next 3 days in total lala land. Barely remember it. almost a euphoric feeling though, a bit like hyperventilating. Slight concussion.
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To the fighters out there - I've always wondered what goes through a fighter's mind when he's been whacked with a good one? Do you actually feel pain or is it more like you're disoriented .. running on adrenalin? How much is fighting on instinct or do you have most of your faculties still intact? How quickly do you recover usually and how do those rubber legs feel?? I'll never forget the look in Rich's eyes when he ate that first knee from Silva on his chin .. He never fully recovered

Usually when I get rocked a good one sound seems to stop.
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Old 10-23-2006, 03:19 PM   #34 (permalink)
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So Fighters, if you don't mind,

I have a question along the same line, how does anyone keep their bearings after even one knee to the head? I caught an accidental knee to the head in a Rugby match and it was devastating. Dunno how you guys recover so quickly but that's one of a million reasons I like watching.
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So Fighters, if you don't mind,

I have a question along the same line, how does anyone keep their bearings after even one knee to the head? I caught an accidental knee to the head in a Rugby match and it was devastating. Dunno how you guys recover so quickly but that's one of a million reasons I like watching.

I have a hard head? lol.
I don't know how other poeple do it but ive always just had a hard head.
I got hit on the head full force with a tire iron last year and it didnt knock me out, it knocked me down, but not out.
10 staples from the ER.
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Old 10-23-2006, 03:45 PM   #36 (permalink)
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According to his website, Rich had to endure having his nose "re-set" in the locker room after the Anderson Silva fight ... that must have hurt like ****
That isn't nearly as bad as you'd think. You are still hyped up from the fight. Its the days following the break that are bad, and the days after surgery are even worse.
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Old 10-23-2006, 04:08 PM   #37 (permalink)
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That isn't nearly as bad as you'd think. You are still hyped up from the fight. Its the days following the break that are bad, and the days after surgery are even worse.
how many times have you had it done?
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how many times have you had it done?
Only once, nose was pushed to the right. It hurt alot but not as bad as when it actually broke
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I have a hard head? lol.
I don't know how other poeple do it but ive always just had a hard head.
I got hit on the head full force with a tire iron last year and it didnt knock me out, it knocked me down, but not out.
10 staples from the ER.
wow you guys live a far crazier life than I do
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Old 10-23-2006, 04:21 PM   #40 (permalink)
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Only once, nose was pushed to the right. It hurt alot but not as bad as when it actually broke
No matter how many times it happens it still hurts just as bad as the first time.
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