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post #21 of 46 (permalink) Old 12-26-2006, 06:50 PM
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Sorry, the original poster. Thought I pressed the quote button.
No prob, just wanted to get that clear

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I agree with all the points on why Chuck should not be worried. Another thing is, how many decisions have you seen go to the challenger in a championship fight? Not a whole lot and if you did I cant think of any controversial ones.

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I agree with all the points on why Chuck should not be worried. Another thing is, how many decisions have you seen go to the challenger in a championship fight? Not a whole lot and if you did I cant think of any controversial ones.
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Chuck Liddell has no reason to be concerned about decisions. If Chuck wins it will definately be within the first three rounds. If he loses it will be by G&P or possibly decision but if the fight lasts 5 rounds he would have likely been verg gassed by the end.

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I think some people should ease up on the topic starter. I mean, everyone has the right to post their opinions and ask other people how they feel, you don't need to bombard him with insults and shit.

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post #28 of 46 (permalink) Old 12-27-2006, 09:24 AM
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Stupid shit happens in all forms of sports. No, Chuck Lidell should probably not be worried. No, the fight probably won't last to the the end of five rounds. But there is nothing stopping UFC influence, there is nothing stopping biased decisions, and there is nothing stopping foul play. Shit...happens. And as the referee of some few grappling tournaments, referee of SoCal Pankration, and directly tied into the Cage Of Fire venue, I can honestly say that.





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Are you trying to say that the UFC in its entirety (fans, judges, refs, dana, etc) has a biased for or against Tito. And that it will possibly influence the decision of the fight if it goes the distance? First of all i highly doubt it will make it to decision, it will end with a Round 1/2 KO and if it goes past 3 rounds I believe Tito's superior cardio will push the fight for the last rounds.

Not sure what your saying about the whole bias thing involving Tito. But if your saying its a positive in his way and a negative for Chuck you're terribly mistaken. Chuck is one of the most beloved fighters in the UFC.
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post #30 of 46 (permalink) Old 12-27-2006, 10:17 AM Thread Starter
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Hey Tito4title, maybe you're "not sure" what I'm saying because you're not very intelligent...which might also explain why you love such a ridiculous joke of a fighter like Tito Ortiz
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