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post #11 of 29 (permalink) Old 03-25-2009, 12:10 AM
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I have the poster of UFC 73: Stacked on my door and was thinking about how they said there will never be another card stacked like this again!

They were wrong.

UFC 84 and UFC 92 were boner inducing.

Also, watching Couture getting put in his place by Lesnar was a real treat asweill.
I agree, 84 and 92 were pretty great.



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One of my personal favourite is tuf finale 6 finale because i thought that roger huerta/ clay guida fight is still one of my favourite fights of all time.
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One of my personal favourite is tuf finale 6 finale because i thought that roger huerta/ clay guida fight is still one of my favourite fights of all time.
I wouldn't call it my favorite event, but that particular fight was really good, one of my favorites as well.
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I'd say 79 because it had machida, chuck and gsp
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Who's Ralph Macchio fighting on this card? A classic rematch with Johnnie from Cobrai Kai?


haha i love it
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post #16 of 29 (permalink) Old 03-25-2009, 01:21 AM
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UFC 84-Penn v Sherk, Wanderlei v Jardine, Machida v Ortiz, Carwin fought, Thiago Silva fought, it was just an amazing event even if the main event didnt turn out how I wanted it to.
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UFC 84-Penn v Sherk, Wanderlei v Jardine, Machida v Ortiz, Carwin fought, Thiago Silva fought, it was just an amazing event even if the main event didnt turn out how I wanted it to.
I'll say.

I still can't believe Jardine got KO'd that easily. I have that poster on my wall and stare at it whenever there's a loading screen on the PS3 lol. Where did it go wrong man? That event would have been better than sex with 6 model's that were paying you if Jardine's fight was better.
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UFC 52. You got GSP vs Miller, One of the greatest fights of all time with Hughes vs Trigg II, and Chuck vs Randy immediately following TUF 1.
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UFC13, It felt like it changed that moment, dunno why but It just did for me....something about the fighters on that card, funny thing is I dont remember much but I just told myself to watch the evolution of the sport from this point on.

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Big rampage fan, UFC 92, everything just seemed to come together, like the perfect example of the pride/ufc meger
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