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  1. Split decision with a 30-27 score on each side... 🤔
  2. I know this wasn't direct towards me, but I can paint you a mental picture. Do you remember the original Robocop movie where the guy drove his van into a giant vat of nuclear waste? Well, instead of actor Paul McCrane, imagine that happened to Mark Hunt. That's basically what I look like.
  3. Stop talking about some loser from collegiate wrestling. A college wrestling room is only one step away from a bathhouse.
  4. Remember when Lex Luger body slammed Yokozuna on an aircraft carrier? He even arrived via helicopter!
  5. I love Holly but her dancing is absolutely terrible. However, nothing is as bad as Tyron's singing. He's extremely out of tune (some say "pitchy") and just hard to listen to in general. Someone who sings like that is the aural equivalent of chewing on tinfoil.
  6. Main Card Heavyweight Francis Ngannou vs. Jairzinho Rozenstruik (main) Heavyweight Alistair Overeem vs. Walt Harris (co-main) Heavyweight Greg Hardy vs. Yorgan de Castro Heavyweight Tom Aspinall vs. Jake Collier Heavyweight Jeff Hughes vs. Tanner Boser Heavyweight Don’Tale Mayes vs. Rodrigo Nascimento Preliminary Card Women's Strawweight Carla Esparza vs. Michelle Waterson Women's Strawweight Tecia Torres vs. Mizuki Inoue Women's Bantamweight Julia Avila vs. Karol Rosa Women's Flyweight Molly McCann vs. Ashlee Evans-Smith Early Prelims (Fight Pass Only) Welterweight Tyron Woodley vs. Leon Edwards
  7. He's neither a prospect or a future contender at this point. He's just a guy in the middle of the pack who is good enough to be in the top 10 but can't work his way up to a title shot. A gatekeeper, in other words.
  8. My guess is that Woodley will duck. Hopefully I'm wrong.
  9. I hope the rest of the night gives us a bunch of 29-28 unanimous decisions that are neither decisive nor controversial.
  10. I hope MTP crushes Olivera. Charles Olivera is just one of those fighters I can't stand and I don't know why. Something about him just rustles me beyond measure and I want to see his smug face smashed in.
  11. At least she'll be a champ-champ who actually defends both titles.
  12. That meaty-thighs Dumont chick just fell over due to exhaustion more than the punch from Anderson.
  13. How dare you? This likely determines the next women's featherweight contender! This is high level WMMA right here.
  14. I wonder if the 'cramps' he was experiencing during the cut was just his body saying "this isn't a real division and I'm not going to let you fight here."
  15. Precisely. MMA seems to be in a bit of a lull overall, or at least a plateau. It's not going gangbusters like it was ten years ago. It wasn't long ago that we'd have 30+ page PPV threads. I still read the PPV threads, but there's so little going on that I usually don't bother commenting more than once or twice, if at all. On the Diego situation, I can't blame the guy for taking the easy W. Someone pointed out that his last contract was 103k to show, 103k to win. If taking that route was my only shot at getting an extra hundred grand, you'd better believe I'd take it - regardless of whether or not that made me look like a fool. I get tired of the schlock on MMA sites like this headline: Diego Sanchez might have played the system in DQ, but his win is earned in blood. Pure nonsense. Again, I'm not going to fault Diego for making that choice, but let's be real. He did not "earn" that win in any way, shape or form. He clearly saw a way out of a fight he was losing badly, and made a shrewd financial/career calculation. It's not his fault he got blasted with an illegal shot, but he did take advantage of the rules by lying to the ref that he couldn't see and couldn't continue - of course once he realized (he actually asked the ref for pete's sake) he'd get the win. One could even argue Diego cheated by lying about being able to continue, but that's impossible to prove, even if it seems obvious. Of course the barrier to entry for being an MMA journalist is so low as to be almost non-existent, so you have to expect that kind of writing on MMA sites.
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  17. Reyes should have won the fight according to a fair application of the scoring system currently in place. In a sport constantly under siege by incompetent judging and inconsistent officiating, it's hardly the worst decision we've seen. However, it doesn't change the fact that the decision rendered last night was the wrong one. The idea "in order to beat the champ, you need to BEAT the champ" may sound intriguing, it has never been more than a myth. Nothing in the rule book or the scoring metrics imply that a current champion is due a certain amount of deference due to his or her status as a title holder. A title fight is supposed to be scored the same as any other, and Reyes should have won accordingly. It is what it is. Jones will never concede the fact that he truly lost his belt last night and the sport will move on to the next big story.
  18. It's an interesting night when Valentina goes out and puts on a good performance (that Chookagian girl can really take a pounding) and gets a finish while the LHW champ runs and gets a gift decision.
  19. You were exactly right. Reyes won the fight (clearly took the the first three rounds in my opinion) but Jones got a gift decision. The 49-47 is inexcusable.
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