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post #1 of 35 (permalink) Old 12-14-2006, 11:09 PM Thread Starter
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Respect Tito!

Got to give it to Tito. Got to give him the respect for stepping into the octagon and face a guy like Chuck. He is considered the toughest(or one of the toughest guys in LHW)guys
in LHW division. Tito is willing to win or lose in front of millions of mma fans.
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post #2 of 35 (permalink) Old 12-14-2006, 11:13 PM
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yup

Tito is a graet fighter and hes gonna put Chuck down and become the new champion ....Chuck does not have his number

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QUOTE=liveson777]Tito is a graet fighter and hes gonna put Chuck down and become the new champion ....Chuck does not have his number[/QUOTE]

You forgot the...NOT at the end of your statement.

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sry my friend

we will find out soon enough...care to make a wager??




nevermind i forgot i bid alot of my points on Chuck that really sux

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I'll give Tito his respect. He is good for the UFC and i like him but I just don't see him getting the "W".
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i dont see why not

hes got all the tools..its pretty much up to who brings their A game

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I respect Tito. Always have, and always will. Tito was involved in my favorite fight of all time(vs Frank Shamrock), and he brought the best out of Frank in that fight. While I don't think Tito will beat Chuck, I do think his charisma will always keep him at the top.

Totally off topic, but I watched Belfort vs Ortiz(UFC 51) the other day, and I really dug it. I've seen this before, but it took a good sit down to appreciate what both men were doing in there. Tito did a great job of weathering Belfort's storm, and Belfort was doing a really good job before totally gassing. This fight doesn't get enough credit.

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I respect Tito. Always have, and always will. Tito was involved in my favorite fight of all time(vs Frank Shamrock), and he brought the best out of Frank in that fight. While I don't think Tito will beat Chuck, I do think his charisma will always keep him at the top.

Totally off topic, but I watched Belfort vs Ortiz(UFC 51) the other day, and I really dug it. I've seen this before, but it took a good sit down to appreciate what both men were doing in there. Tito did a great job of weathering Belfort's storm, and Belfort was doing a really good job before totally gassing. This fight doesn't get enough credit.


Thank ya for ya reply. People got to learn to respect REAL MMA fighters like Tito. They train their ass off to try and be the best fighter in their division.
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Got to give it to Tito. Got to give him the respect for stepping into the octagon and face a guy like Chuck. He is considered the toughest(or one of the toughest guys in LHW)guys
in LHW division. Tito is willing to win or lose in front of millions of mma fans.
I just hope Tito don't get another thumb to the eye.

It's going to be a good fight! I'm rooting for Tito, he has the tools to win, just avoid striking with Chuck too much. Chuck's getting old now, but he's still just as dangerous as before.

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post #10 of 35 (permalink) Old 12-15-2006, 02:28 AM
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I like Tito, I think he is a great fighter with an interesting personality to boot. Problem is he doesn't always respect his opponents, so sometimes it's hard to respect Tito.

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