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post #1 of 68 (permalink) Old 07-04-2011, 04:59 PM Thread Starter
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Thumbs down And Tito fans come out of the closet.

Well it hasn't been 2 days since his win and it's amazing how many Tito fans have come out of their little holes. Have we all just forgot that this is the guy that called other fighters his bitch cried and made excuses after his loses dodged fights with guys like chuck and even called out fans To fight him after one of his losses. The hype doesn't change my opinion at all. To me Tito is the same disrespectful winey manipulative jack*** he has always Been.

I mean people were calling for this guys head and wanted him to be cut a week or so ago now he has one win and he's a good guy again. What's with all the d*** fair weather fans? If your a fan of his at least come out with it and support him all the time not just when he wins.

Tito needs to change big time and stay that way for a while before he gets off my s**t list. Hope he loses his next 2 fights one by KO the othe by tapp out.

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post #2 of 68 (permalink) Old 07-04-2011, 05:14 PM
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Well alot of us old school fans remember when Tito was the face of the UFC and got them through the dark days of the sport. And with all the legends going down lately (Liddell, Couture, Wandy, Cro Cop, Nog, etc) its good to see one of the legends get a win over a one of these young bucks.

And plus Tito fans haven't had alot to celebrate about in the last 5 years so of course they are going to come out full force.
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Any chance Chuck comes back for one last fight so he can go out on a win?

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Never been a fan of his but you gotta give it to him no one expected that outcome.




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what do you wanna say, he proved a lot of people, me included, wrong last week end.

there's nothing wrong about being wrong and then, when you realize you misjudge someone, revisit what you were thinking.

Tito from last saturday was miles away from the Tito who got hated on, he was respectful, he wasn't really cocky or whatever, he seemed actually very nice, the nicest I've ever seen him since he first coached on TUF

he wasn't this cocky, full of himself, kid anymore and that was refreshing.

I know I appreciated to see the changed man, he was a cocky douchebag, saturday, he didn't seem to be that man anymore and that's probably why he got so much appreciation, because he behaved like an actually appreciable character, making a lot of people realize who he really was, under the "cocky douchebag" there was actually someone who seemed very nice.

give the man a chance, if Dana did, everyone can
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I'm not a Tito fan nore will I ever be one.

He's burned far too many bridges to get any fanship out of me. His head is big enough as it is, people don't need to fill it with anymore delusions.

With that said, if someone is a fan of his, then that's that, not such a big deal.
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I wouldn't necessarily call myself a fan but I was definitely happy to see Tito win. I think I started to like him just out of pity. Dude hasn't won a fight since 2006 and was on the brink of retirement. I'd feel bad not to root for him.

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I allways liked him and allways will.
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I'm a big fan of tito and his work...

Mostly when he hit the canvas twice against chuck xD



nah i got to admit i started feeling bad for the guy. just getting his ass beat down over and over and over. was still kinda hoping bader would put him on his back with his eyes wide.. meh.. i can always wait til his next fight



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I'm not a Tito fan nore will I ever be one.

He's burned far too many bridges to get any fanship out of me. His head is big enough as it is, people don't need to fill it with anymore delusions.

With that said, if someone is a fan of his, then that's that, not such a big deal.
Right but it's the fair weather fans that get me.

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