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  1. Yes... If he was just losing via submissions or decisions where he wasn't taking too much damage I would say he still has time to reinvent himself but as you point out, he's been ko'd 5 times in his last 6 fights. The chin is gone, and clearly at this point he's just piling on brain damage. He's nowhere near a title shot, the road for him to get to that point is so blurry you might as well say it doesn't exist. And it's clear that he has persistent concussion damage. I mean how else would a guy go from having the run that he had to getting ko'd 5 times out of 6 fights. You look at his record and it's a classic case of a guy who didn't recover from a ko, whether physically or mentally. You don't go from all W to all L without something having broken along the way. The guy needs to get out of there before he starts drooling.
  2. Makes you wonder why they even use drug tests. Thinking they could just use experts like yourself who can tell who's roiding by simply looking at their gut. Wonder why nobody's thought of that.
  3. The UFC is pretty consistent at becoming more and more of a joke. I find it hard to care anymore. They're not even trying to claim the're putting the best against the best anymore. They cover drug cheats, manufacture "historic" events and rendered the belts meaningless. Sure. Have this clown fight yet again for a belt he will refuse to defend if he wins it.
  4. Tbh i'm still trying to figure out what's going on exactly with this fight. So fighters undergo mandatory drug testing. Then if they fail... The UFC moves the event some place else and what... The fighr still happens as if the test didn't happen? I mean i don't quite get it. There might be something i'm missing? Did he officially test positive or was it just some test data that leaked out without a definitive result? If so why is the UFC moving the event? Cuz if the way it looks from my uninformed perspective is that Jones tested positive and wasn't gonna get approved to figtht, so they moved it to another jurisdiction where he has no positive test so he can still compete despite having tested positive? If that's what it is it's a ****ing scandal seriously.
  5. Criminal who evaded fair justice for a rather sordid crime (hit and run, fleeing the scene of a car accident he caused while intoxicated while leaving a pregnant woman behind) because he's rich and famous. Drug cheat caught multiple times and apparently as clueless about having done something wrong as this retarded kid Brock Turner was about banging a passed out-drunk chick behind a dumpster. I mean just read his statement from the latest debacle. Like "aight, I got caught with that illegal substance in my body, but it was virtually cycled off. So I basically got wronged because it was almost out at that point and so while they detected it, barely, they should've gave me a pass because I almost managed to fly under the radar". Guy's an ****. That's all there is to it. It's not even a matter of hating the guy. It's just an observation of fact.
  6. to take a look back at what he had been doing lately. Apparently nothing. But I saw this: Somehow I have the feeling that someone in here should be credited with that.
  7. Well I mean... I don't know. Are people interested in this? I know this sucks but fact is I find it really hard to get interested in fights happening between guys who have the size I had when I was like 12-13 yrs old. Like come on... And I was freagin small and frail. 5 ft3.. I don't know a single man that's this small. Not one. I **** you not. I do not know a single man that is 5ft 3 or smaller. Granted I happen not to know any midget. But still.. (well actually there is one at my work, but he IS a midget). For some odd reason though, I find it more interesting to watch women of similar weight fight than watching the men's flyweight division. Guess that's because a 125 lbs athletic woman is much more competitive compared to every women. Like they don't represent some low end of the population's distribution. Which means that they legit represent the top of the competition among women in the world. Men's flyweights represent such a small subset of men's population, let alone athletes in full contact sports, that I find anything that goes on there to be completely meaningless.
  8. I'll take "mauling" to mean a long drawn out one sided destruction, as opposed to a rather quick domination and finish. The one that comes to my mind in those terms is Velasquez vs Dos Santos 3 (well.. 2 and 3 i'd say). I felt quite bad for JDS watching this.
  9. Lol reading that post you'd think the guy was actually doing good overall, and that the loss was due to just a few specific mistakes and bad calls during the fight. He got dominated the entire fight and got finished.
  10. It's hard to comprehend that someone can be so stupid that they can't register some basic facts like that GSP fought at MW as a WW taking a fight above his natural weight class when 95% of his career happened at WW while Silva is a MW who's fought at LHE four times. Or do you think BJ Penn was ecer a true 225er? I guess you also missed the part where Silva challenges a guy 2 weightclasses below his own to fight at a catchweight 5 lbs below his own but 25lbs abovethat of the guy he's calling out? Which is, to anyone with a brain that works, vastly different than proposing to actually make the weight of the guy's division.
  11. Omg dude destroyed McGregor same day he had seizures what a goat.
  12. I don't quite see how Silva calling for a "catchweight" fight at 180 against a former 145er is comparable to GSP apparently cutting all the way down to 155, the division just below his own to get a fight with 155er.
  13. As far as I know all the lawsuits mentions is loss of opportunities. Whether this specific opportunity was lost is debatable but quite obviously the time off and inability to fight on that card was a setback for his careerr. That he made frivolous claims about how much this incident cost him doesn't mean that this is the sole foundation of this lawsuit.
  14. How's it frivolous? Your hero McGregor engaged in criminal conduct and injured people, costing them money. totally appropriate lawsuit.
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