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UFC 238: Cejudo vs. Moraes

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19 minutes ago, cashfl0w said:

She can thank her Uncle Dana for setting her up for that. Winning three fights in a row against cans doesn't erase the 1-6 record, or whatever she pulled off before that. 

She should have never been there.

Valentina was like -1100 or something nutty

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29 minutes ago, sobercuban said:

Valentina was like -1100 or something nutty

Kayla Harrison odds in the UFC is not a good look for the company. They're not supposed to be in the business of padding records.

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25 minutes ago, cashfl0w said:

Kayla Harrison odds in the UFC is not a good look for the company. They're not supposed to be in the business of padding records.

I knew Eye had to be a massive underdog, but goddamn, how thin is the division when the "number 1 contender" is like a +800 dog.  I'm sure the odds of Jones/Santos aren't anywhere near that bad.

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Great event, grasso’s hands were fire

suarez needs a bigger gas tank

aljo looked great in a tough fight

tai tuivasa wasted sooo much energy swinging wildly

Petr yan lost the majority of the fight but still undoubtedly won

Think cowboy saved himself from

more damage and maybe even a finish but a good fight

Eye shouldnt of been in there with the p4p queen

cejudo vs moraes was a lot better than i thought, could only see 1 winner after round 1 but cardio kills i guess

 

 

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3 hours ago, 12er© said:

Sounded like she got hit with a bat.

She did.  She was unconscious as long as Jake Ellenberger when Mike Perry bodied him.  Crowd went crazy and then got really quiet.  I'm sure those watching at home were wondering why the commercial break was so damn long.

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2 hours ago, cashfl0w said:

She can thank her Uncle Dana for setting her up for that. Winning three fights in a row against cans doesn't erase the 1-6 record, or whatever she pulled off before that. 

She should have never been there.

This is just how WMMA is from what I can see. You have one or two that are actually high-level fighters and then a sea of cans fighting other cans.

Every once in a while one of them will string together enough wins to get flatlined live on PPV.

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1 hour ago, sobercuban said:

I knew Eye had to be a massive underdog, but goddamn, how thin is the division when the "number 1 contender" is like a +800 dog.  I'm sure the odds of Jones/Santos aren't anywhere near that bad.

They should be worse.  Thiago Santos was KOed by David Branch just a year ago.

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20 hours ago, cashfl0w said:

If Marlon doesn't kill this midget, I'm done with this sport. I can't keep watching a fake lucha libre midget wrestler saying extremely cringey stuff as a two division champion.

 

20 hours ago, PlatinumClegg said:

Are you fools ready for King Henry the greatest combat athlete of all times!?!?

 

20 hours ago, cashfl0w said:

Don't do that.

 

20 hours ago, PlatinumClegg said:

@cashfl0w Listen to Rogan himself.  GREATEST COMBAT SPORTS ATHLETE OF ALL TIMES

 

20 hours ago, cashfl0w said:

I'm about to stop liking your posts for the night, niglet.

King Henry divided us.  That and Cash being a cheap bastard that wouldn't even fly his boy out first class and buy me a front row ticket.

Champ Champ Champ is the greatest midget to ever do this chit.

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1 hour ago, sobercuban said:

Ref looking traumatized

 

When you watch your first death up close, it tends to be a bit traumatizing.

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11 minutes ago, cashfl0w said:

When you watch your first death up close, it tends to be a bit traumatizing.

I typically don't get stressed out when someone gets flatlined, but after they cut to her eyes open, blowing bubbles and twitching....  Made my hands sweat.  

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6 hours ago, sobercuban said:

I typically don't get stressed out when someone gets flatlined, but after they cut to her eyes open, blowing bubbles and twitching....  Made my hands sweat.  

The only KO that ever rattled me in person was Overeem getting flatlined by Ngannou. I had the perfect angle to see Overeem's head snap back and him flop to the mat. It was brutal. Made me wonder why anybody would sign up for that.

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5 minutes ago, cashfl0w said:

The only KO that ever rattled me in person was Overeem getting flatlined by Ngannou. I had the perfect angle to see Overeem's head snap back and him flop to the mat. It was brutal. Made me wonder why anybody would sign up for that.

I think the worst in-person melting I've ever seen was Matt Brown killing Diego Sanchez

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Hmm i can't think of any knockouts in MMA that really got to me. I've seen far worse KO's on the streets than anything in the cage. 

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16 hours ago, StompGrind said:

Hmm i can't think of any knockouts in MMA that really got to me. I've seen far worse KO's on the streets than anything in the cage. 

 

me too, .. and in bars

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