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  1. His got robbed in his first fight, i'm glad he got a finish and didn't let it go the the Rtarded judges. WAR SEXYONGI!!!
  2. Not only is he still relevant, he's still the #1 HW in the world.
  3. You can watch joe rogan on Ustream while you wait. http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/7851922
  4. Mir should drop to MW and fight Silva.
  5. I think Hardy will catch him and win it.
  6. The UFC has reportedly released light-heavyweight Eliot Marshall and lightweight Shannon Gugerty from their contracts following losses at Sunday's UFC on Versus 1 event. Marshall's UFC release is very surprising as the promotion tends to release fighters after losing back-to-back fights. Marshall suffered his first UFC loss at Sunday's event after previously winning three bouts with the promotion. Marshall would be a relevant pick-up for any promotion, even more so for the San Jose-based Strikeforce promotion, whose light-heavyweight division is still developing. Marshall began his UFC career as a cast member on The Ultimate Fighter 8 where he was defeated by Karn Grigoryan in the season's elimination bouts, however, Grigoryan was unable to continue onto the show, and Marshall was given a second chance. He then defeated Shane Primm, but would go onto lose to eventual TUF 8 winner Ryan Bader in the semi-finals. As previously mentioned, Marshall won his first three UFC bouts, defeating Jules Bruchez at TUF 8 finale in December 2008, Vinicius Magalh?es at UFC 97 in April 2009, and Jason Brilz at UFC 103 in September. He exits the UFC suffering his first Octagon loss against veteran Vladimir Matyushenko at the aforementioned UFC on Versus 1 event on March 21. Prior to competing in the UFC, Marshall fought the first six bouts of his career with the Colorado-based Ring of Fire organization. He has put together a solid 8-2 MMA record over his four-year career, with six of his wins being by stoppage including five coming by submission. His only other career loss came against former UFC fighter Rob MacDonald in December 2007. Gugerty has lost two straight bouts inside the Octagon against Terry Etim at UFC 105 and most recently against Clay Guida at this past Sunday's UFC on Versus 1. Prior to the losses, he defeated Matt Grice at UFC 100 in July. He exits the UFC with a sub-par 2-3 record, suffering a loss in his sophomore effort with the promotion against Spencer Fisher at UFC 90 after defeating Dale Hartt in his UFC debut in July 2008 at UFC Fight Night 14. Gugerty has competed the majority of his four-year career with Total Combat, fighting 10 of his 17 career bouts with the promotion. He sports a 12-5 MMA record, scoring stoppages in all of his 12 career wins including nine by submission. He holds a notable career win over longtime WEC veteran Cub Swanson. Damn Elitot Marshall's record in the UFC was 3-1 and he still got cut.... damn
  7. Jones recently said in an interview that he wouldn't fight Rashad and Keith Jardine because they're teammates. Shad and the Dean knew what Bones Jones was all about, so they devised a plan to bring Jonny into their own camp solely for the reason that they would not fight each other. Now that's what I call intelligent fighters.
  8. Pride pretty much jipped zuffa off. They pretty much just gave them rights to their video library. Japan wouldn't give them any TV deals probably because the former workers of Pride were going to start up Dream and they already owned K-1. No room for Zuffa.
  9. Yeah I used to post on here frequently and just realized all the posts were just retarded. So I joined the UG a real mma forum.
  10. Brian Stann's a War Veteran, he's always good in my books. Hope he improves his wrestling.
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