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post #21 of 57 (permalink) Old 12-07-2009, 11:32 AM
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no no no i said it was good dont twist it you just 180d on what you just said

"and to see that you dont have to be "fit" to compete makes it a stop forward lol ? how ? yes maybe in Amature orgs the same way u get fat guys in sunday soccer leauges but in no way should they be at the top level"

and you just said you were all for Roy winning....so if roy belongs in an "amature org" how did he win TUF?
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no no no i said it was good dont twist it you just 180d on what you just said

"and to see that you dont have to be "fit" to compete makes it a stop forward lol ? how ? yes maybe in Amature orgs the same way u get fat guys in sunday soccer leauges but in no way should they be at the top level"

and you just said you were all for Roy winning....so if roy belongs in an "amature org" how did he win TUF?
cos everyone in TUF was amature roy wont beat many people now he is in the UFC as he isnt at the right level now people

and i must of wrote a typeo as i still think its a step back for someone with little training to come in and beat somone with a good amount of training
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to Houstons defense, Kimbo is a big scary man. I don't care who you are you will be a bit hesitant to stand toe to toe and bang with him, especially considering the size difference.

That said, Alexander looked nothing like I remembered him.
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some ppl lol ....ok i give..agree to disagree...Im not talking smack on Houston right now but he did kinda bitch out a lil but held his own there at the end lol...
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small list of people kept because they come to bang are : Clay Guida, Wanderlei Silva, CroCop, Stephan Bonnar, Chuck Liddel (+ Dana butt bud) Josh Koscheck (Other then his last impressive win) Theres more but cant think of em
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I wish his fights were never on the undercard.
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To me when the fight started I thought it was going to be like Houston's last fight. That strategy worked really well for him, except in that fight he stopped every now and then and actually threw a leg kick. Really hard leg kicks along with some punches. Circling Kimbo and kicking his lead leg seemed like a good plan, especially after what they revealed on TUF about his knee. The ole stick and move doesn't work so well without the stick part.
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so its ok for kid in the street or guys in bars to say i could be a ufc fighter just cos i can street fight ? and to see that you dont have to be "fit" to compete makes it a stop forward lol ? how ? yes maybe in Amature orgs the same way u get fat guys in sunday soccer leauges but in no way should they be at the top level
Man, your English is a step backwards for anyone's IQ trying to read it ...
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oh boy lol
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Houstons game plan was pretty painful to watch. However when Kimbo hit him with that huge slam it made alot of the boring parts worth it..


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That was an epic slam...i thought he broke Houston in half
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