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post #11 of 136 (permalink) Old 11-12-2006, 12:17 AM
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Conor, its a thing called Ultimate Fighting, so they should let their skills in the octagon speak, instead of letting their mouths run. Matt complaining about it after so long is only making it look like the WWE. There's too much Baby Mama Drama over nothing. GSP already manned up and said sorry so Matt should have already dropped the incident instead of bringing it up. GSP hasn't said anything bad about matt after that but he did bring up that Matt keeps disrepecting him and I agree.
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Conor, its a thing called Ultimate Fighting, so they should let their skills in the octagon speak, instead of letting their mouths run. Matt complaining about it after so long is only making it look like the WWE. There's too much Baby Mama Drama over nothing. GSP already manned up and said sorry so Matt should have already dropped the incident instead of bringing it up. GSP hasn't said anything bad about matt after that but he did bring up that Matt keeps disrepecting him and I agree.
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"Hughes is a bit of a **** head, I'd fight Hughes". - Matt Serra
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GSP said he talked in the dressing room with Matt. You don't know what he said. At least Matt can back up his talk with his actions in the octagon. Beat him before, will beat him again.

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Yea matt was acting like a little girl bringing up the incident even after such a long time has passed. GSP couldn't believe that he was still talking about it. Matt has to man up and show a little more "class" like joe rogan would say.
You know GSP? You must since you know he couldn't believe it


I love how people come online and talk how they know what a fighter is thinking or what a fighter is going to do. people say Hughes is going to retire after his contract is up........he just said he wasn't.
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Conor, its a thing called Ultimate Fighting, so they should let their skills in the octagon speak, instead of letting their mouths run. Matt complaining about it after so long is only making it look like the WWE. There's too much Baby Mama Drama over nothing. GSP already manned up and said sorry so Matt should have already dropped the incident instead of bringing it up. GSP hasn't said anything bad about matt after that but he did bring up that Matt keeps disrepecting him and I agree.
I don't remember for sure, but did Joe or Mike ask a question that led Matt into talking about it? I don't remember for sure.
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I like Hughes as a fighter but for the first time I actually hope he loses. His arrogance he keeps displaying has become irratable and I am now fully rooting for GSP.
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You know GSP? You must since you know he couldn't believe it


I love how people come online and talk how they know what a fighter is thinking or what a fighter is going to do. people say Hughes is going to retire after his contract is up........he just said he wasn't.
Did you not watch GSP through the video connection? You could see he was mad through his body and facial expressions. GSP was calm before Matt brought it up, but after, GSP's eyes popped wide open and his head started a left and right rotation. That is pretty good reason to assume he was angry and did not expect hughes to say what he said again.

People were talking about the possibility of Hughes retiring through an online source Hughes: Two More Fights Before Retirement. Key word was Possibility. Matt Hughes, through one his interviews hinted that he might retire, started the rumor. But it is a rumor that had enough weight that Joe Rogan asked Matt Hughes about it, so you can't slam people for talking about it.

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I don't remember for sure, but did Joe or Mike ask a question that led Matt into talking about it? I don't remember for sure.
I'm sure Joe or Mike asked something but Matt didn't have to go so in depth about the situation, talking about his feelings and crap. You were not asked a question by Oprah so man up and keep those emotions bottled up. Hughes was just causing unnecessary drama.

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