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well what can you do? if you don't throw any illegal knees, the other guy can't fake getting hit by one can he?
Well, you can fake it. It's just a lot harder to make people believe it.
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well what can you do? if you don't throw any illegal knees, the other guy can't fake getting hit by one can he?
You do realize you're condoning the foul over the attempted foul, right?
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You do realize you're condoning the foul over the attempted foul, right?
only one of the fouls can seriously injure someone. unless you're an acting critic
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only one of the fouls can seriously injure someone. unless you're an acting critic
Horse to water blah blah blah
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exactly. not my fault you cant see the difference between these types of fouls especially since it was a glancing blow which is still a legitimate foul and Kos didn't break any rule in the first place. there's no distinction between a full on knee to the head and a glancing knee to the head. the rule is NO knees to the head of a downed opponent.
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exactly. not my fault you cant see the difference between these types of fouls especially since it was a glancing blow which is still a legitimate foul and Kos didn't break any rule in the first place. there's no distinction between a full on knee to the head and a glancing knee to the head. the rule is NO knees to the head of a downed opponent.
The only "glancing blow" that occurred was the sucker punch Daley gave Kos at the end. And you can't even call it a sucker punch, b/c Kos knew it was coming, defended against it, and the shot "glanced" off Kos' glove.

And Kos did commit a foul; by pretending that the knee hit him. "What happened?" asked Kos. Well, what happened was, Daley escaped, began to gain momentum forward, threw a knee, and Kos used the opportunity to create room between himself and his on-coming opponent.

FYI, a knee to any part of the body, save for the head, is a legal maneuver. The fact it came close to the head is neither a foul, nor illegal. Also, prove to me intent that the shot was intended for Kos' head. Once again, I remind you that, any other part of the body, including, but not limited to, the collar bone, is legal.

I don't know if you're just trolling the forum w/ the nonsense that the attempted hit is the worst thing since Babalu's choke, or if you don't grasp the concept of "no harm, no foul." And a foul was committed, as, once again, Kos was able to remove an oncoming opponent, and gain an undeserved rest. Either way, I won't be responding to you on this matter again.
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I don't know if i can listen to GSP and Koscheck for an hour lol.

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Got a question: a MMA fighter from California makes a prediction on the playoff series between Pittsburg and Montreal - does that smell of promotional coaching by the UFC?

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Looking forward to KOS getting a beat down. Just a shame we won't see GSP until December because of TUF....


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Got a question: a MMA fighter from California makes a prediction on the playoff series between Pittsburg and Montreal - does that smell of promotional coaching by the UFC?
He's from Pennsylvania. That's why he said it.

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