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post #11 of 24 (permalink) Old 01-04-2010, 05:35 PM
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Man, Rashad made some serious cash didn't he. That's one serious win bonus right there!

No joke, he must have really wanted Rashad to win in order to set up Rashad vs Rampage.

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post #12 of 24 (permalink) Old 01-04-2010, 05:41 PM
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'Shad making that paper.

Don't feel too bad for Thiago. Frank Muir only walked away with $40,000 at UFC 100!
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geez, i bet james toney still makes more money fighting than all of these guys. 375k is serious bank? i guess if you compare it to working at mickey d's, but when yoiu consider the likes of floyd mayweather or manny paquio (sp), these guys are still making mickey d money. i don't care about sponsors and all that other bullshit, these guys make nothing for literally risking their health if not their lives.
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geez, i bet james toney still makes more money fighting than all of these guys. 375k is serious bank? i guess if you compare it to working at mickey d's, but when yoiu consider the likes of floyd mayweather or manny paquio (sp), these guys are still making mickey d money. i don't care about sponsors and all that other bullshit, these guys make nothing for literally risking their health if not their lives.

You think every boxer makes a 1,000,000+?

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post #15 of 24 (permalink) Old 01-04-2010, 07:26 PM
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geez, i bet james toney still makes more money fighting than all of these guys. 375k is serious bank? i guess if you compare it to working at mickey d's, but when yoiu consider the likes of floyd mayweather or manny paquio (sp), these guys are still making mickey d money. i don't care about sponsors and all that other bullshit, these guys make nothing for literally risking their health if not their lives.
And boxing is still currently more mainstream. Give it a few more years when the PPV's start picking up more.

Then you will eat your own words.

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geez, i bet james toney still makes more money fighting than all of these guys. 375k is serious bank? i guess if you compare it to working at mickey d's, but when yoiu consider the likes of floyd mayweather or manny paquio (sp), these guys are still making mickey d money. i don't care about sponsors and all that other bullshit, these guys make nothing for literally risking their health if not their lives.
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Only 55 k for thiago? thats a little harsh.

and no way does J lauzon deserve fight of the night. Me and Georges were not imbressed by his performance. Come on he basically curled up into a ball every time stout would attack him and Stout didnt impress me too much either because of his inabiliy to finish Joe.
I agree. I thought FofN should have went to Evans and Silva. That was a much more competitive fight.
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I agree. I thought FofN should have went to Evans and Silva. That was a much more competitive fight.
I dont think so, the only thing Thiago did was land one good punch that rocked him, even tho Lauzon(sp?) was a punch bag, he was still more active in terms of trying to finish the fight in submissions.
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Rashad Evans pulls mad bank, end of story.
Cue that Pharoahe Monch song so Rashad can do his incredibly paid pimp walk.


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Good payday for Rashad. He's earned it.
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