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post #11 of 28 (permalink) Old 01-02-2011, 02:19 PM
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Dana White is ******* awesome. Not the most professional but he says things exactly as they are.
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My buddy who is a part time fan just asked me why Mazagatti hasn't been assasinated by a hard core fan. The only answer I could come up with was, I don't know
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I'm sick of this guy sitting on the fence, he needs to grow a spine and get an opinion for once.

Good interview, Ariel is the man
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Dana vs. Mazzagati in a catch weight fight, make it happen Joe! ^^;;
Great interview, some people hate DFW's style, but personally I LOVE it when a guy in his position says what he thinks without kissing asses of anyone. When I watch mma card that sucks, I don't wanna hear the guy responsible for that card pretending the fights were good when they clearly weren't. Dana being a huge fan of the sport and wanting to see the best fights himself is good for mma.

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Dana is on the verge of being really really drunk in this video so I wouldn't put much into it...
if he can still procounce "situations" and "instance" then he is far off from being "really really drunk".


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What would make for a great night of fights and would unify the belts and make everything work out fine would be to have a double title fight PPV, where Maynard fights Edgar in the rematch and Pettis fights someone on the same night for an Intrim belt.

With Sorti and Miller both tied up, I would like to see the winner of Dunham vs Guillard take on Pettis for that Intrim belt should all fighters in question be fit and ready to fight come ASAP for Edgar vs Maynard.
Fully disagree. If it's not going to be Miller/Soti they need to not do that fight. On the off chance that Melvin wins that fight there's no way he deserves a shot yet. Dunham I could see, but the public will glance at his record and see he's 1-1 in his last 2 (yes, I know that way highway robbery). Jim Miller's only losses are to the Champ and #1 contender, Soti has yet to lose in the UFC and is just all around tooling guys. Soti is 7-0 in the UFC, Miller is 8-1 (the one loss being to Gray). Dunham is 4-1 (should be 5-0) but either way, both men rank far above him.
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Haha, Dana would be a great guy to hang out and have a conversation with about fighting. That guy holds nothing back, even moreso after a couple drinks.

People were saying he wasn't at the post fight presser because he was pissed about the draw. Wrong again, idiots! Him and Lorenzo were getting down in the VIP and motorboating all the strippers.
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Fully disagree. If it's not going to be Miller/Soti they need to not do that fight. On the off chance that Melvin wins that fight there's no way he deserves a shot yet. Dunham I could see, but the public will glance at his record and see he's 1-1 in his last 2 (yes, I know that way highway robbery). Jim Miller's only losses are to the Champ and #1 contender, Soti has yet to lose in the UFC and is just all around tooling guys. Soti is 7-0 in the UFC, Miller is 8-1 (the one loss being to Gray). Dunham is 4-1 (should be 5-0) but either way, both men rank far above him.
Sotiropoulos and Miller are not far above Dunham imo.

Who has Sotiropoulos beat? Stevenson? He has a nice streak going but hasn't faced top fighters. Miller is in the same boat, nice streak but no wins against top guys.

Dunham is coming off a very close to Sherk who is one of the best LW fighters in the world having only ever lost to Edgar and Penn at LW. I know Sherk has fallen off the ranking charts in many eyes due to inactivity and not looking like he has the ability to become champ again but he really should still be considered just a notch below those top guys putting him ahead of any guys that Sotiropoulos or Miller has beat imo. Dunham not only nearly beat Sherk but showed a ton of potential in doing so and looks like he will come back even stronger.

Who has Pettis beat that should guarantee him a title shot? Sure he was the best of the WEC fighters but I do believe there was a talent level difference between the UFC and WEC LW division. Dunham sounds like a very fair matchup for that WEC belt imo.
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Dana White is ******* awesome. Not the most professional but he says things exactly as they are.

why worry about being professional when you are the one running the show.... there is no need to act accordingly to anyone's standards but one's own

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"10 - 7's are like unicorns, some people have seen them but they are very rare"

Who has ever seen a Unicorn..... ever?
Haha. I think the only potential 10-7 round was in a fight with Cristiane Cyborg against either Finney/Coennen, I can't remember I'll have to watch them again.

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Mazzagati would have gotten punched in the face should he have walked past them during this interview.
THIS ^^ lmfao he was getting SO fired up, I swear to top of Lorenzo's party they're all gonna go hunt down Mazzagati and kick his ass.

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