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Posted 6 Aug 2014Busiest Green White scrimmage I can remember in Cortland, nice to see they did it in the stadium. They were throwing shirts into the crowd periodically, some containing tickets to an SU football game. Great time.
Posted 30 Dec 2013Get used to it if you are truly an mma fan you are going to see it happen time and time again.Ive seen a lot of legends go from great to being terrible because they didn't want to quit fighting. They love the sport to much and even when they get beat to a pulp multiple times in a row its hard for many o the greats to call it quits.
Ive been watching since the Pride and UFC 1 in 1993 when there were no time limits and no weight classes. There were fighters 180 pounds fighting 400 pound men. It was awesome but they had to make weight classes and time limits because people like Senator John Mccain tried to put an end to the sport. At one point the UFC was banned from cable and most states in the country and the only way to watch it was through satellite. It took many years before the UFC was able to recover. It very nearly didn't.
Yeah, I got big big into the sport in god 06-07 when I was fourteen and started training. Grew up on the Chuck/Tito Tito/Ken Hammer house/Chute boxe rivalries. I'm not sure whats worse, seeing guys like GSP retire, or seeing guys like Wanderlei just keep going even though they're well past their prime, and have a shot chin.
That said I still think Fedor is the GOAT, and its a shame Dana/Finkelstein and him couldn't make a super fight happen with Couture.
Posted 29 Dec 2013The mighty mighty Dolphins.
Posted 29 Dec 2013Yes! So glad they decided to bring him back for atleast one more year. He has shown what he can do with nothing, lets give him some talent on offense, and see what happens.
Posted 29 Dec 2013That is the Ray Longo knee to shin special. That's not just your average leg kick check.
Or as my coach calls it a "destruction" single worst pain,EVER. Really sucks to see him go out like that, but he didn't seem to be "all there" to begin with that night, just didn't look like himself at all. It's sad for me, I got into the sport because of guys like GSP, and Silva. To see them and a lot of the old guys decline and retire, is depressing.
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