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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by SP Buff, Oct 28, 2009.
prelims starting now on Fuel
That arm was a second away from snapping
Can't believe that decision. Wow
well that was quick
really helped out my picks tho
edited: helped them move from extremely shitty to just regular shitty
Alves, all day
by a split decision
lets do this
Watched on mute listening to the new The Mars Volta. Was shocked to see Johnson's hand raised.
thiago is a fucking idiot
why would he go for the takedown
completely retarded idea
you're in now 3NolesFan3
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Strikeforce tomorrow night
lol I can't believe they fucked up the scores of McCall/Johnson. At least we'll get a sick rematch.
Benevides is going to beat the shit out of Johnson
i win again
Rousey looks pretty good with makeup.
Scott Smith is so shitty
Daley starting his own gym
Daley being a father
How do you feel about your performance? It was shit..my conditioning was shit
and they need to stop showing the beat up bitch. just awkward
Its supposed to prove women are real fighters but it just makes her look like battered wife
the fuck didn't she tap?
that arm is fucked up
wow very impressive fight, Rousey is one badazz chick!
holy shit at that fucking replay. literally folded her arm the opposite way
Tate, regardless of her loss, is an incredibly tough woman. That arm was wrecked long before she finally tapped.
But that's one thing that is always exciting about these women. The old tale about women having higher pain thresholds seems to be true when you watch a womans MMA match.
here's your warning for the fucked up elbow pic that is coming
People that let their arm get broken instead of tapping are fucking retarded. Enjoy your rehab idiot.
I find it funny that of all people, that came from Kevin Pereira's twitter.
I thought the same thing
haha, forgot who that was.
What did everyone think of the Daley decision?
Yet she didnt have her arm in a sling after the fight. WTF is up with that?
Roy Nelson claims he'd drop to 205 if he gets 100k likes on FB. He has 30k already.
Quinton 'Rampage' Jackson suggests next octagon appearance will be his last
by MMAjunkie.com Staff on Mar 06, 2012 at 4:50 am ET
According to former UFC light heavyweight champion Quinton "Rampage" Jackson (32-10 MMA, 7-4 UFC), his UFC career is just about done.
Jackson on Tuesday wrote that his next UFC appearance will be his last, though he said he'll continue to fight on in some other fashion.
"I feel sorry for my next opponent, no matter who or what it is," Jackson wrote via Twitter. "I will fight whoever they put in front of me – I always have – but it will be my last fight in the UFC."
Jackson fought most recently at February's UFC 144 event, where he missed weight by six pounds and then lost a lackluster decision to Ryan Bader. Following the fight, Jackson revealed that a knee injury prevented him from training at full strength, as well as putting in the road work necessary to complete his weightcut.
He then offered a controversial interview with "Fighters Only" magazine where he admitted to using testosterone replacement therapy at the suggestion of UFC-employed doctors.
UFC officials have yet to comment on the situation, but Jackson said he's nearly done with the promotion, taking a swipe at the UFC payscale while announcing his intentions.
"I have other things on my mind," Jackson stated. "I didn't say I would be done fighting; I just said I'm not fighting for the UFC (u fight cheap)."
Jackson, a 12-plus year veteran of the sport, made his UFC debut in February 2007, following the collapse of PRIDE Fighting Championships, where Jackson became a superstar of the sport. In just his second octagon appearance, Jackson scored a first-round knockout of Chuck Liddell and earned the UFC light heavyweight title. He then defended the belt against Dan Henderson before dropping the title in a contentious decision to Forrest Griffin.
Jackson has since posted a 4-3 UFC record in his efforts to regain the title.
Jackson has long contended he wouldn't fight past 35 years old, and prior to fighting Bader, many MMA pundits believed his UFC 144 appearance could potentially be his final fight.
Despite the losing result, Jackson told MMAjunkie.com (www.mmajunkie.com) he was encouraged by his training prior to injuring his knee.
"honestly, before I hurt me knee, you guys should have seen the way that I was training," Jackson said. "I've got really good sparring partners, and I've got this really good wrestler names Tyson Jeffries that kicks my butt, and in this camp, I was kicking his butt. I was taking him down and wrestling got real competitive. That's how I hurt me knee because he's one of the best wrestlers I know.
"I was sparring really good, and I was looking like a superstar, then I hurt me knee. That made me think, 'Oh, man, I've got a lot more time to fight.'"
However, Jackson now suggests if that's true, it may not be with the UFC.
"I don't need them or anybody else negative dealing with my career," Jackson stated.
So Miller/Nate is a #1 contenders fight now.
Dana says he is trying to convince Frankie to go down to 145 but Frankie is adamant he won't do it. I'd like to see Edgar vs Pettis to set up the next contender after the Miller/Diaz winner. On that note, I don't get how Miller and Hendo would draw when Hendo handled him with ease six months ago.
Dana will be praying that Diaz wins. Diaz vs. Henderson would be awesome. I like Edgar vs. Pettis to face the winner of Henderson vs. Diaz/Miller even though it will be awhile before that happens. Maybe Dana should bring over Melendez to face Ben sometime in late spring because he'll have nothing to do for awhile otherwise.