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      Reply #30: Aug 10, 2009 01:08:19 pm
      So did you guys see UFC 101? Not a great one in my opinion, though Silva against Griffin was quite entertaining.
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      Reply #31: Aug 10, 2009 02:32:47 pm
      Yeah I stayed up to watch it, wasn't as good as UFC 100, the undercard fights wern't the best, and BJ never looked like he was going to lose against Florian. Silva v Griffin was the most entertaining you're right there! Silva looked untouchable but I was surprised Forest of all people gave up that easily.
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      Reply #32: Aug 10, 2009 02:52:08 pm
      Yeah, Forest was so ashamed he immediately made a run for it :laugh:
      I would love to see Silva go up against Machida for the title.
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      Reply #33: Aug 10, 2009 03:08:39 pm
      Haha yer, what was all that about! He must have been embarrassed to run out like that. Machida v Silva would be amazing! Two of the best fighters in the UFC(Along with GSP)I don't know how it would turn out though, Both of them are too difficult to hit!
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      Reply #34: Aug 10, 2009 03:26:43 pm
      Would be a really tactical fight I think, they both often wait to counter. Won't happen anytime soon though. Machida is going up against Shogun for UFC 104 in October. Anderson Silva is going up against Dan Henderson in middleweight at a yet unknown date apparently, probably sometime at the end of this year. UFC 105 is going to be held in England, Manchester. Also, the next Ultimate Fighter series starts in september, heavyweight edition. With Rampage and Rashad Evans being the coaches, and they'll go up against eachother at the finale in december. Apparently Kimbo Slice is one of the competitors.
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      Reply #35: Aug 10, 2009 03:39:48 pm
      Yeah that's what I think, they're both very elusive and want the opponent to make the first move. If Bisping beat Hendo he would've been the one fighting Silva in Manchester! That would've been great, Silva will beat him yet again I think, then I'd like to see Machida take him on.

      Aparantley Dana White made that heavyweight edition especialy for Kimbo to prove himself! Heavyweight UF is gonna be great!
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      Reply #36: Aug 10, 2009 03:58:28 pm
      I can't really see Kimbo getting anywhere though, he's a good boxer, but that's about it really. He also seems to be one of the smaller ones.



      Should be a good fun watch though.
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      Reply #37: Aug 10, 2009 04:06:41 pm
      Kimbo Slice is awful, truly awful. Got knocked out cold in sparring and also lost in something like 30 seconds by knockout in his last Elite XC outing.

      He's just nowhere near UFC standard.

      I read that Dana White is going to try and tempt Fedor Emelianenko into a fight with Brock Lesnar, now that will be a fight to remember.
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      Reply #38: Aug 10, 2009 04:14:21 pm
      I think Fedor would destroy anyone in the ring, Lesnar won't wake up for a month of Sundays.
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      Reply #39: Aug 10, 2009 04:19:14 pm
      The heavyweights division certainly needs an influx of new fighters. Right now I really don't see another contender for the title inhouse. That's why I think the light heavyweight division is alot more interesting at the moment, some strong contenders there.
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      Reply #40: Aug 10, 2009 04:35:42 pm
      Brocks fighting the winner of Shane Carwin and Cain Velasquez, Ther's talk of him fighting Bobby Lashley too.
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      Reply #41: Aug 10, 2009 04:48:08 pm
      Bobby Lashley would have to fight some other UFC fighters first though? He hasn't really done anything yet worthy of a title shot I'd say.
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      Reply #42: Aug 10, 2009 05:07:09 pm
      Yer that's true, But he was quoted in the news saying he wants to fight him.His record is like 4-0 in the MFA, I think that's where he's fighting. I'd like to see that fight in the future! Brock is taking the heavyweight division by storm at the moment though.
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      Reply #43: Aug 10, 2009 05:21:10 pm
      Bobby Lashley is 4-0 but he's reportedly signing a contract with TNA Wrestling so i doubt he'll be carrying his MMA career on.

      Brock Lesnar will utterly smash Fedor Emelianenko to pieces. Then eat him.
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      Reply #44: Aug 10, 2009 07:19:18 pm
      Lashley already signed with TNA in july, but he seems to be continueing his MMA career either way, he's fighting Ron Waterman in october.

      I think Fedor can beat Brock, but Fedor signed with Strikeforce now? He really needs to just join UFC.
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      Reply #45: Aug 10, 2009 07:33:52 pm
      Brock has just got too much for anybody right now and i think that includes Fedor.

      If he grounds Fedor and just unloads then it's goodnight.
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      Reply #46: Aug 19, 2009 11:01:00 pm
      Nice bit of revenge for Brock that. I reckon it'll be Andrei Arlovski or Tim Silva next for Brock if they can sort a deal out.
      I give Lesnar some credit he looked good.  90% of his fight is based on his size. I would like to see him fight Feodor. I think Feodor would destroy him. But I would still watch it.  Feodor better rethink his options and start coming to the UFC. Everyday he gets older. He needs to cash in right now and go to UFC.
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      Reply #47: Aug 20, 2009 10:40:47 am
      Would love to see Fedor vs Brock or even Lashley vs Brock.

      Incase you haven't seen this already:
      Fedor Emelianenko vs Hong Man Choi
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      Reply #48: Aug 24, 2009 02:19:18 am
      I've been a fan of UFC since UFC 1. Back when it was no weight class, no gloves, anything goes. I've seen a ton of fighters and Feodor is the best ever. So far.

      When he fights he is technically perfect. What ever hold, move or technique his opponent uses, Feodor will counter with a superior move. If his opponents is a striker, feodors takes it to the mat, If his opponent is a Jiu Jitsu master, Feodor counters with strikes and kicks. He is a perfect fighter.

      I've seen about every one of Feodors fights. His pro fights. I've never seen anyone get an edge on him or put him into a position he wasn't ready for.

      I wish he was around when they started UFC. I would of liked to see him fight Dan Severin, Randy Couture or Royce Gracie.  I would still like to see him fight Couture but I think old Randy is past his prime. Too bad would of been epic.
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      Reply #49: Aug 26, 2009 06:21:29 pm
      Emelianenko vs Gracie would've been the greatest MMA fight in the Universe. Ever.

      The first UFC i saw was UFC 6 i think when Tank Abbott just smashed his way to the top.
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      Reply #50: Aug 28, 2009 01:50:02 am
      The legend himself, Captain America, Randy "The Natural" Couture vs Minotauro Nogueria this weekend, UFC 101. Let's have your predictions then Lads.

      I'm a huge admirer of Randy I've gotta be honest, one of the best fighters of all time! Love seeing him fighting at 46 years of age. But then again Minotauro is also one of the best heavyweights around.

      Also on the card is Keith Jardine vs Thiago Silva.

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      Reply #51: Aug 28, 2009 05:20:39 pm
      My heart says Randy but my head says Minotauro.

      Nogueria is fearsome when he's in the mood and i think he'll just have a bit much in the tank for Couture. If Randy takes it to the floor though he's got an excellent chance.

      I'm going to back Silva to beat Jardine too and also for Chris Leben to win his fight.

      Gabriel Gonzaga is also fighting.
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      Reply #52: Sep 01, 2009 11:34:25 am
      Results from UFC 102.

      Nogueria beat Couture by unanimous decision.

      Silva beat Jardine by KO in 1st round.

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      Reply #53: Sep 10, 2009 02:20:57 am
      Nogueria v Couture was a class fight. Amazing that Randy can still hold his own with the best at 46 years old. Also amazing that Nogueira is only 33 but manages to look older than Randy! Seriously though Nogueira looked impressive.
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      Reply #54: Sep 10, 2009 11:24:17 am
      Can't wait for the Shogun Rua vs Machida fight. Seems like it's going to be a great one. I don't see Machida getting beat, although i want Shogun to win. Any updates on who Brocks next opponent might be, or GSP's next opponent?
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      Reply #55: Sep 10, 2009 01:11:03 pm
      Apparently Brock is fighting Shane Carwin at UFC 106 november 21st.

      BJ Penn is fighting  Diego Sanchez for UFC 107. Frank Mir is fighting Cheick Kongo on the same night.
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      Reply #56: Sep 10, 2009 03:51:00 pm
      Looking forward to Machida and Shogun. Brock is against a guy who is the same size as him :O
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      Reply #57: Sep 10, 2009 07:06:11 pm
      The fight that surprised me this year was Silva/Griffin...It just didn't seem like Forrest Griffin was even their or ready. When he got knocked out it was a weak punch, then he got up and ran back to his dressing room. Just weird!!  I've seen him take 100 times more punishment than what Anderson Silva did to him. It was just weird.

      I wonder if he decided to just cash the check and not bother..but I hate to say that becasue Griffin is an animal, he can take major beatings.  I dont know.

      Maybe its a mind game. Maybe Forrest did it on purpose and when the rematch comes, Silva wont train as hard thinking hes nothing and then Griffin, "Rope-a Dopes" him... If thats the case then that would be F**kin' BRILLIANT!!!! Who knows, Maybe?
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      Reply #58: Sep 10, 2009 07:54:05 pm
      It's simple, Silva is just in another league. And it wouldn't be brilliant, it would be plain dumb.
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      Reply #59: Sep 11, 2009 05:06:00 pm
      It's simple, Silva is just in another league. And it wouldn't be brilliant, it would be plain dumb.
      I just cant explain Griffins "No Show" in the fight!   He got knocked down than he gets up and RUNS into the locker-room. Am I the only one who thought that was fu**ed up?  Its not that I'm not giving credit to Anderson Silva...He is the best in the UFC.  But Forrest Griffin has taken 10 times worse in the ring and still wins... Its like he said..."Ok, I'll get hit for a minute make it look good, go down and then go home".. Even watching the fight Silva is talking to Griffin and saying "Cmon Fight".

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