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I actually watched the video right now. I don't understand anyone who is hating on her.
No wrong information. Very funny jokes (the big mac one was great). And which annoying voice? Are you kidding me sir? Our local news reporters voice is even more annoying then her lovely voice. The clip start was very professional and quite funny. Overall: I'm subscribing.
Edit: Your UFN 20 predictions weren't so well ha? . Still entertaining.
Yeah, I didn't do so well with those predictions.
My saving grace being that I was one of the few who said Maynard would win by striking with Diaz.
I just have to wonder, when guys like you crap on my videos each and every time they are posted... why do you watch the next one? Does the fury sustain you?
I can't speak for everyone on here, but I'll say this:
I don't just watch videos or read articles the come from people I like. (if that were the case, I'd do very little reading; I'm pretty picky about who I really like in MMA media)
There's not a whole lot of fury.
I mean, some amusement, maybe. But fury is a word I'll reserve for people who actually piss me off, like Bob Reilly and Art Davies. (along with a few members of the MMA press who will remain unnamed)
I commented because I thought the lolcats entertainment value would dramatically improve the quality of the thread.
EDIT: By the way, I've dealt with a number of people who run MMA shows professionally and walked through exactly what it is that bothers me. I once heard a professional journalist (on the air) refer to Josh Barnett's submission game as "not extremely technical."
I'm generally disdainful of MMA commentators when I think the research is superficial and the focus is on the production rather than the substance.
Just to be completely clear, those criticisms are (as far as I'm concerned) a good thing for everyone concerned. If they result in an improvement in the quality of the product, everyone wins. If they don't, well... at least it was fun.