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post #1 of 38 (permalink) Old 02-13-2007, 01:50 PM Thread Starter
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Tito vs. Forrest II

I dont know about you guys but im tired of seeing Tito fighting in rematches. I was really excited when i heard that Tito was fighting again in UFC 70. But im really disappointed that he is fighting Griffin again. I really dont care about this fight, Give him someone else, like Rashard or Sobral. Tito seems to only get to fight in rematches now. I dont know if they are doing this because there was contraversry from the first fight or what. I think people are crazy when they say Forest won that, granted he did a excellent job, especially 2nd round, but in no way did he win that fight, got tooled first round, and taken down third, Griffin even admitted he lost. I dont see a point for a rematch here. I would have liked to seen Griffin vs Bisping and Ortiz vs Evans.
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I dont know about you guys but im tired of seeing Tito fighting in rematches. I was really excited when i heard that Tito was fighting again in UFC 70. But im really disappointed that he is fighting Griffin again. I really dont care about this fight, Give him someone else, like Rashard or Sobral. Tito seems to only get to fight in rematches now. I dont know if they are doing this because there was contraversry from the first fight or what. I think people are crazy when they say Forest won that, granted he did a excellent job, especially 2nd round, but in no way did he win that fight, got tooled first round, and taken down third, Griffin even admitted he lost. I dont see a point for a rematch here. I would have liked to seen Griffin vs Bisping and Ortiz vs Evans.
Amen to that!
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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

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Yeah true true, all these rematches all the time, like c'mon im gettin tired of it.
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either forrest wins and gets back on track in the lhw division, or he sinks to the bottom of the contender list and may never work his way back up. not a good decision by the ufc, although forrest really isn't, IMO, a real contender compared to rampage, babalu, jardine, and evans.

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Maybe if Tito could win decisively or act like a man and lose without making excuses these rematches wouldn't be necessary.


But who can blame the UFC? They're just giving the new breed of ex-wrestling fan what they want..."personality" over substance or talent.
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I would have like to have seen R. Evans fight Forrest....Tito should have asked for Jardine...Then he would not have had to fight Jardin after Griffin....See the pattern..


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Tito doesn't deserve a fight with Jardine.
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I wouldn't mind seeing Tito get a more convincing victory over Forrest. He was injured in their last fight..it was exciting the fans would like to see it.

Rather Babalu vs Tito though
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I wouldn't mind seeing Tito get a more convincing victory over Forrest...
Forrest won that fight.

Unfourtunately UFC judging is just as corrupt as boxing.

Anyone who believes otherwise is dead wrong....or dead stupid.
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