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I'd have to go with this. Here we see Frankie visibly upset with the judges call in the 2nd Bendo fight. Obviously Frankie thought he won, and it was a razor close fight.

 

Why this moment is my choice? Beside a couple fights, Frankie has made his career from scoring points, usually outscoring his opponents. He has also made a career with razor close decisions going his way (every time). Arguably his biggest wins come from Close decisions and potential "robberies". Penn 1, Maynard 2, and the Hermes fight.

 

Close decision-robberies are what got Frankie the title. A generous Draw helped him retain the title. The judges sure do Frankie a lot of solids. (fist bump)

Its all good though, it is part of the sport. Judges make bad calls, one fighter is gifted the benefit and the other is potentially robbed. Frankie got used to the judges being on his side.

 

Enter Bendo (giggity) - we see him lay an epic beating on Frankie in japan. Obviously Frankie thinks he won (LOL). Probably wondering why the judges didnt give him the win.

Why not give him a rematch? He's had to give his two previous opponents a rematch right? Well, Penn 1, and Maynard 2 were to cases of "close decision" syndrome; warranting a rematch in certain cases. The first Bendo fight was not close. Period. end of debate. Finish him.

 

But alas, Frankie once again receives a gift from above - his undeserving rematch. Another example of officials being on his side. The rest is history.

 

Frankie loses a very close decision. He and his fans are furious.

 

After a career and a championship highlighted with close decisions going in Frankie's favor and topped off with an undeserving rematch - he and his fans throw a fit when the judges side with the opposition.

 

There you have it. The most hypocritical moment in UFC, no, in MMA history.

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Frankie won that fight 4 rounds to 1, probably the same as Benson own the first round. He even dropped Benson. Bad judges run rampant on the sport and it's something that we unfortunately have to deal with.

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+1

 

Couldn't agree more JB

 

It cracks me the **** up when people say "He won that decision"

 

Cry me a river why don't you!? LoL

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Couldn't agree more JB

 

It cracks me the **** up when people say "He won that decision"

 

Cry me a river why don't you!? LoL

 

lol its the best thing on the forum lately... you know, with BJ and Condit losing and stuff

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lol its the best thing on the forum lately... you know' date=' with BJ and Condit losing and stuff[/quote']

 

+1

 

There's nothing wrong with dropping your opinion

 

But people try to take that **** way too far LoL

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Classic, BLEE DAT.

 

Toney is laughing, he duped Dana and co. into paying him 500k to lose to Couture, plus he scored a % of gate takings and PPV sales.

Toney is not as dumb as he comes across.

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Classic' date=' BLEE DAT.

 

Toney is laughing, he duped Dana and co. into paying him 500k to lose to Couture, plus he scored a % of gate takings and PPV sales.

Toney is not as dumb as he comes across.[/quote']

 

But he also settled the battle of Boxing vs MMA by having the 2 oldest people in each sport compete against each other so it's all good

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But he also settled the battle of Boxing vs MMA by having the 2 oldest people in each sport compete against each other so it's all good

 

+1

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Tito Ortiz, Chuck Liddell, and Dana White were all good friends.

 

Chuck and Dana more so.

 

When TIto began proposing that fighters needed to be paid more Dana took this as a deliberate blow to him and the Fertita brothers. Dana then accompanied by Chuck schemed a plan to make Tito into the ultimate bad guy. He was already the "Heel" of the company it would be easy to turn everyone against him.

 

So in the midst of Titos struggles with pay allotments Dana claims Chuck vs Tito is next on tap.

 

Tito and Chuck go wayy back, former sparring partners and friends Tito surprised by this goes out and claims that Dana is wrong and him and Chuck agreed not to fight years ago.

 

Oh how everything was going according to plan

 

Chuck comes out, (after being backed by Dana of course) and claims Tito is a liar and a fraud Champion. He says Tito and himself were never friends and he never agreed to any such deal. Tito is obviously hurt by this, but is in legal battles and actually can't fight at UFC 43 due to former obligations. Dana and Chuck come together and declare Tito a coward even though Dana knew very well Tito wouldn't have been able to compete that night.

 

So an interim title was set up, just salt in the already wounded pride of Ortiz.

 

So Chuck and Couture are scheduled to meet. Everyone in the world expects Chuck to win, only Dana and Chuck know differently. So while Tito has been training preparing for the past half of a year to Fight the Striker Liddell the Wrestler Couture emerges "victorious".

 

Tito is baited into the bout he was destined to lose. Mentally distraught and having gone through a full training camp to battle a striker Ortiz isn't ready for the lay n pray of Couture and is sequentially humiliated by the former All-Army wrestler.

 

now is Dana and Chucks chance

 

Just as Tito is coming off the most humiliating loss of his career the Liddell fight is place in front of him. Take it or you're a coward was the name of the game. Tito lost that night, Chuck went on to defeat Couture as easily as he should've and the biggest conspiracy in Mixed Martial Arts was a success.

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Tito Ortiz' date=' Chuck Liddell, and Dana White were all good friends.

 

Chuck and Dana more so.

 

When TIto began proposing that fighters needed to be paid more Dana took this as a deliberate blow to him and the Fertita brothers. Dana then accompanied by Chuck schemed a plan to make Tito into the ultimate bad guy. He was already the "Heel" of the company it would be easy to turn everyone against him.

 

So in the midst of Titos struggles with pay allotments Dana claims Chuck vs Tito is next on tap.

 

Tito and Chuck go wayy back, former sparring partners and friends Tito surprised by this goes out and claims that Dana is wrong and him and Chuck agreed not to fight years ago.

 

Oh how everything was going according to plan

 

Chuck comes out, (after being backed by Dana of course) and claims Tito is a liar and a fraud Champion. He says Tito and himself were never friends and he never agreed to any such deal. Tito is obviously hurt by this, but is in legal battles and actually can't fight at UFC 43 due to former obligations. Dana and Chuck come together and declare Tito a coward even though Dana knew very well Tito wouldn't have been able to compete that night.

 

So an interim title was set up, just salt in the already wounded pride of Ortiz.

 

So Chuck and Couture are scheduled to meet. Everyone in the world expects Chuck to win, only Dana and Chuck know differently. So while Tito has been training preparing for the past half of a year to Fight the Striker Liddell the Wrestler Couture emerges "victorious".

 

Tito is baited into the bout he was destined to lose. Mentally distraught and having gone through a full training camp to battle a striker Ortiz isn't ready for the lay n pray of Couture and is sequentially humiliated by the former All-Army wrestler.

 

now is Dana and Chucks chance

 

Just as Tito is coming off the most humiliating loss of his career the Liddell fight is place in front of him. Take it or you're a coward was the name of the game. Tito lost that night, Chuck went on to defeat Couture as easily as he should've and the biggest conspiracy in Mixed Martial Arts was a success.[/quote']

 

You must really love Tito!

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Is there a pic of Leonard Garcia celebrating after his "win" over Nam Pham?

 

No doubt, there is no way if I were him I could have celebrated that win, I would have taken the Mic and said "I didn't win this fight, that man over there deserves to have his hand raised, I'll never consider this fight a win despite what my record says.".

 

I've seen many fights like that though.

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Tito Ortiz' date=' Chuck Liddell, and Dana White were all good friends.

 

Chuck and Dana more so.

 

When TIto began proposing that fighters needed to be paid more Dana took this as a deliberate blow to him and the Fertita brothers. Dana then accompanied by Chuck schemed a plan to make Tito into the ultimate bad guy. He was already the "Heel" of the company it would be easy to turn everyone against him.

 

So in the midst of Titos struggles with pay allotments Dana claims Chuck vs Tito is next on tap.

 

Tito and Chuck go wayy back, former sparring partners and friends Tito surprised by this goes out and claims that Dana is wrong and him and Chuck agreed not to fight years ago.

 

Oh how everything was going according to plan

 

Chuck comes out, (after being backed by Dana of course) and claims Tito is a liar and a fraud Champion. He says Tito and himself were never friends and he never agreed to any such deal. Tito is obviously hurt by this, but is in legal battles and actually can't fight at UFC 43 due to former obligations. Dana and Chuck come together and declare Tito a coward even though Dana knew very well Tito wouldn't have been able to compete that night.

 

So an interim title was set up, just salt in the already wounded pride of Ortiz.

 

So Chuck and Couture are scheduled to meet. Everyone in the world expects Chuck to win, only Dana and Chuck know differently. So while Tito has been training preparing for the past half of a year to Fight the Striker Liddell the Wrestler Couture emerges "victorious".

 

Tito is baited into the bout he was destined to lose. Mentally distraught and having gone through a full training camp to battle a striker Ortiz isn't ready for the lay n pray of Couture and is sequentially humiliated by the former All-Army wrestler.

 

now is Dana and Chucks chance

 

Just as Tito is coming off the most humiliating loss of his career the Liddell fight is place in front of him. Take it or you're a coward was the name of the game. Tito lost that night, Chuck went on to defeat Couture as easily as he should've and the biggest conspiracy in Mixed Martial Arts was a success.[/quote']

 

very interesting, minus all the Tito sympathy :D

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Classic' date=' BLEE DAT.

 

Toney is laughing, he duped Dana and co. into paying him 500k to lose to Couture, plus he scored a % of gate takings and PPV sales.

Toney is not as dumb as he comes across.[/quote']

He wasn't thinking that, he is FAR to up his own *** and arrogant to know he was going to lose for money. He embarrassed himself in that fight, same way Couture would of embarrassed himself if he fought Toney in boxing. But the difference is Couture knows he can't beat Toney at boxing, but Toney thought he could beat Couture at mma

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The most hypocritical thing in the UFC was when the whole UFC was ducking Fedor, but tried to turn it around to say Fedor was ducking them.

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I'd have to go with this. Here we see Frankie visibly upset with the judges call in the 2nd Bendo fight. Obviously Frankie thought he won' date=' and it was a razor close fight.

 

Why this moment is my choice? Beside a couple fights, Frankie has made his career from scoring points, usually outscoring his opponents. He has also made a career with razor close decisions going his way [b'](every time)[/b]. Arguably his biggest wins come from Close decisions and potential "robberies". Penn 1, Maynard 2, and the Hermes fight.

 

Close decision-robberies are what got Frankie the title. A generous Draw helped him retain the title. The judges sure do Frankie a lot of solids. (fist bump)

Its all good though, it is part of the sport. Judges make bad calls, one fighter is gifted the benefit and the other is potentially robbed. Frankie got used to the judges being on his side.

 

Enter Bendo (giggity) - we see him lay an epic beating on Frankie in japan. Obviously Frankie thinks he won (LOL). Probably wondering why the judges didnt give him the win.

Why not give him a rematch? He's had to give his two previous opponents a rematch right? Well, Penn 1, and Maynard 2 were to cases of "close decision" syndrome; warranting a rematch in certain cases. The first Bendo fight was not close. Period. end of debate. Finish him.

 

But alas, Frankie once again receives a gift from above - his undeserving rematch. Another example of officials being on his side. The rest is history.

 

Frankie loses a very close decision. He and his fans are furious.

 

After a career and a championship highlighted with close decisions going in Frankie's favor and topped off with an undeserving rematch - he and his fans throw a fit when the judges side with the opposition.

 

There you have it. The most hypocritical moment in UFC, no, in MMA history.

 

+1 again

 

That is one of the best posts on the forum ^^^

 

I urge every member of this forum to read that 100% true post

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Frankie won that fight 4 rounds to 1' date=' probably the same as Benson own the first round. He even dropped Benson. Bad judges run rampant on the sport and it's something that we unfortunately have to deal with.[/quote']

 

So incredibly correct.

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Tito Ortiz' date=' Chuck Liddell, and Dana White were all good friends.

 

Chuck and Dana more so.

 

When TIto began proposing that fighters needed to be paid more Dana took this as a deliberate blow to him and the Fertita brothers. Dana then accompanied by Chuck schemed a plan to make Tito into the ultimate bad guy. He was already the "Heel" of the company it would be easy to turn everyone against him.

 

So in the midst of Titos struggles with pay allotments Dana claims Chuck vs Tito is next on tap.

 

Tito and Chuck go wayy back, former sparring partners and friends Tito surprised by this goes out and claims that Dana is wrong and him and Chuck agreed not to fight years ago.

 

Oh how everything was going according to plan

 

Chuck comes out, (after being backed by Dana of course) and claims Tito is a liar and a fraud Champion. He says Tito and himself were never friends and he never agreed to any such deal. Tito is obviously hurt by this, but is in legal battles and actually can't fight at UFC 43 due to former obligations. Dana and Chuck come together and declare Tito a coward even though Dana knew very well Tito wouldn't have been able to compete that night.

 

So an interim title was set up, just salt in the already wounded pride of Ortiz.

 

So Chuck and Couture are scheduled to meet. Everyone in the world expects Chuck to win, only Dana and Chuck know differently. So while Tito has been training preparing for the past half of a year to Fight the Striker Liddell the Wrestler Couture emerges "victorious".

 

Tito is baited into the bout he was destined to lose. Mentally distraught and having gone through a full training camp to battle a striker Ortiz isn't ready for the lay n pray of Couture and is sequentially humiliated by the former All-Army wrestler.

 

now is Dana and Chucks chance

 

Just as Tito is coming off the most humiliating loss of his career the Liddell fight is place in front of him. Take it or you're a coward was the name of the game. Tito lost that night, Chuck went on to defeat Couture as easily as he should've and the biggest conspiracy in Mixed Martial Arts was a success.[/quote']

 

While I don?t agree this is a great bit of writing

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"You know, UFC sponsors me because they can trust me not to do anything stupid like get a DWI or something"

 

"I will never turn down a fight"

 

- Jon Phony Bones Jones

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