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post #31 of 38 (permalink) Old 02-14-2007, 06:11 PM
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ahahahah are u kidding me?? Who has jardin beaten other than Forrest to be in the same breathe as Tito?? Noone!! Tito has beaten Wanderlei Silva, Vitor Belfort, Guy Mezger,Forrest Griffin,Yuki Kondo, Evan Tanner, Vladimir Matyushenko. And Jardine has faught 2 top contenders and lost to one of them. Tito would hammer the "Jardine Can"!! Somehow Jardine has moved ahead of an undefeated Rashad Evans in peoples minds, even though Rashad worked his ass on TUF 2.

I really hope you didn't just refer to Stephen Bonnar as a "top contender".
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I know or a better fight would be Ortiz vs Jardin. If Forrest loses this fight he will be at the bottom of the list and will ruin his chances of ever being at the top UNLESS he wins but i dont see that happening. I think TITO should fight babalu or FRANK SHAMROCK now that would be good
i wish frank and tito could fight. but it wont ever happen.


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I really hope you didn't just refer to Stephen Bonnar as a "top contender".
Rashad bro, RASHAD!! Im pretty sure I never mentioned Stephan Bonnar ne where in my post. Correct me if Im wrong. You did help my argument though.

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Your boy Jardine lost to STEPHAN BONNAR, exactly 3 fights ago. He is on a 2 fight win streak, has beaten Wilson Gouveia, and Forrest Griffin and you telling me he is on a different level than Tito. Actually your right, Tito is A-level, Jardine B-level.




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Rashad bro, RASHAD!! Im pretty sure I never mentioned Stephan Bonnar ne where in my post. Correct me if Im wrong. You did help my argument though.

Bungle,
Your boy Jardine lost to STEPHAN BONNAR, exactly 3 fights ago. He is on a 2 fight win streak, has beaten Wilson Gouveia, and Forrest Griffin and you telling me he is on a different level than Tito. Actually your right, Tito is A-level, Jardine B-level.
Put a <space> between the <-> and the <level> and you'd be spot on.
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post #35 of 38 (permalink) Old 02-14-2007, 08:46 PM
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Tito is A-level
every1 who hates Tito let that sink in for a bit... ok good. no matter how much you hate tito (i do too), you cant ignore the list of great fighters he has beaten. he is a better fighter than forrest. the great thing is, last time he fought forrest, forrest stepped up to the plate and brought his A-game.

hopefully forrest will bring his A-game again and pull out a victory. i believe that if forrest fights to the best of his ability and gets the W then he'll be a proud fighter which means he'll always bring his A-game. if he fought on average like he did in the second round of his fight with Tito, i see him flying up the LHW rankings
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Rashad bro, RASHAD!! Im pretty sure I never mentioned Stephan Bonnar ne where in my post. Correct me if Im wrong. You did help my argument though.

Bungle,
Your boy Jardine lost to STEPHAN BONNAR, exactly 3 fights ago. He is on a 2 fight win streak, has beaten Wilson Gouveia, and Forrest Griffin and you telling me he is on a different level than Tito. Actually your right, Tito is A-level, Jardine B-level.

Ah yes, Rashad. Yep, he lost that one too.
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I've been sayin these 2 shouldn't fight since UFC 66. Both lose important fights and BOTH need a few wins to get back on track. Another loss for Tito would mean he'll lose A LOT more support, and a loss for Forrest means he'll lose what little popularity he has left.

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ya i dont want either guy to lose.


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