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  1. I don't think Hug was much bigger than 5'10", 205, and you'll notice most of his opponents have a distinct look of fear when facing him.


  2. Great fight: Crazy Horse vs. Jeff Curran
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  3. Nice find Beo. There were some crazy slams in there.

  4. Mirko in pro wrestling in Japan:



    It doesn't look very "fake" to me. He also looks like he's back on gear if you watch the whole video.

  5. Pro-wrestling in Japan is very different than it is over here. To put it simply, it's staged, but they definitely take damage.

  6. Quote Originally Posted by Alexander View Post
    Pro-wrestling in Japan is very different than it is over here. To put it simply, it's staged, but they definitely take damage.
    Yeah that wrestling crap that you posted on the last page with that old NFLer was a lot lamer. Talk about neo***gotry. Only Kazmaier made it look cool.

  7. Kazmaier did pro wrestling? Forgive me if I'm not getting a joke you're telling, my mental clarity is at an all time low right now. Who was that guy anyways, Kyle Turley?????

  8. Afraid so.


  9. Quote Originally Posted by jas123 View Post
    Mirko in pro wrestling in Japan:



    It doesn't look very "fake" to me. He also looks like he's back on gear if you watch the whole video.
    I may be willing to play Goofy for about 15K for a half hour, how stupid is that? but I know that's a very good fake.

    How do I know? His toes. He's aiming for right of that guys head, then hooking left. More straight extension then over, an L shape, not purely a circular sweep. If he was aiming to hit below the left ear, his toes would be curled inward at the extension of the strike.

    It's a subtle, very professional difference, only guys at CC's level can safely pull this off. That has to be choregraphed and well rehearsed. The margin for error here is not much, he may have really hurt that guy,the wrastler turned his head to the left and took the blow the back of the head, he should have turned right and took it to the side of the neck. That's a lot of power, look at that velocity.

    Better stick with the slow static stuff, Strongman, and leave the slick speed striking and theatrics to us professionals.

  10. hmmm hmmm, no one is going to comment on the Kyle Turley reference?
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  11. Who's Kyle Turdley? Is that another of your Offensive line jokes, Kansas City Chief?

  12. Kyle Turdley, I think, is the guy in that wrasslin video with The Big Show? Don't worry, Jas will put up that Wandy shaking his head gif, for my bad joke.

    It must be scary as hell anticipating that kick from Crocop. No matter how precise 1 out of 10 of those is a skull shaker.

  13. Cro Cop To The Top (aka CCTTT): "Highlights Mirko's career form his K-1 days, through his victory in PRIDE'S Open Weight Grand Prix"

    CCTTT <--download, but worth the time. I looked for a direct link, but couldn't find an active one, sorry.

    It's about a half an hour long and an e****lent watch for CC nuthuggers and MMA fans alike!!!
    RcB Since 09-06-2011 20:55 EST, Post 49

  14. Here's another DeSouza fight. This is from Jungle Fight in Brazil. More lethargic standup followed by a couple of nice takedowns and some great grappling.

    http://www.dailymotion.com/relevance...l-kubi_extreme

  15. Damn, that was a nasty kneebar. Looked like the Kubis guy didn't think Desouza could get it in that exact position, ouch.

  16. Hell yeah! If you can trap the knee under your armpit the torque is ridiculous. That Brazilian dude definitely took some damage.

  17. Quote Originally Posted by Alexander View Post
    Kyle Turdley, I think, is the guy in that wrasslin video with The Big Show? Don't worry, Jas will put up that Wandy shaking his head gif, for my bad joke.

    It must be scary as hell anticipating that kick from Crocop. No matter how precise 1 out of 10 of those is a skull shaker.
    I don't even get your joke to rip on it Vanavich.

  18. Kid Yamamoto vs. Rani Yahya. Was that legal?
    http://www.dailymotion.com/relevance...k1-dynam_sport

  19. That was pretty vicious at the end. I didn't think Kid looked that great. He was getting pounded with uppercuts in the clinch.

  20. Quote Originally Posted by jas123 View Post
    I don't even get your joke to rip on it Vanavich.
    I really do suck. I was trying to compare Rogue to Kyle Turley. If I were Rogue I would be none to happy with the comparison, for many reasons. Just another hiroshima-ing session by me.

  21. Robbie "Anderson's lucky I'm not in the UFC" Lawler HL reel (older stuff)



    Too bad Robbie isn't a Brit.

  22. Lawler is the sh*t, what an animal. I love what he did to Tiki. Why can't the UFC put on events like UFC 40 anymore? They have much more to work with now, but the events are not that great. I know I know, they're two or three times as frequent, but still.

    UFC 40:
    Tito vs Shamrock
    Chuck vs Sobral
    Lawler vs Tiki
    Matt Hughes vs Gil Castillo
    Carlos Newton vs Pete Spratt
    Andrei Arlovski vs Ian Freeman
    Janitor vs Travis Wiuff
    Phillip Miller vs Mark Weir

    At the time that was an unbelievable card. I really miss 02-05.5.

  23. Quote Originally Posted by Alexander View Post
    I really miss 02-05.5.
    No doubt. I loved watching every event throughout the 90s and early 00s. Maybe I'll post the Lawler-Niko fight since some of the Hawaiian boys were saying that Lawler was faking injuries.

  24. Lawler is nasty, but I really doubt he can take Anderson or Hendo.
    M.Ed. Ex Phys


  25. Yeah, I know that was just a little joke for Alex. I'm sure Lindland would give him fits too. He'd KO Filho hard if he fought like he did against Sonnen, though.

  26. Quote Originally Posted by jas123 View Post
    No doubt. I loved watching every event throughout the 90s and early 00s. Maybe I'll post the Lawler-Niko fight since some of the Hawaiian boys were saying that Lawler was faking injuries.
    I feel bad for you. You missed that crazy Gracie early UFC era, when everything was pretty much unknown, then Shamrock/Gracie/Severn/Taktarov, then a year later Frye came on the scene along with Tank/Ruas/Coleman, Vitor's brazilian thunderfist display at the ripe age of 19, damn was he juiced back then. Then some 35 year old average looking joe Randy Couture came along and destroyed him. Ortiz battled the Lion's Den, and then Franky shut him up for a while. After that it was dead for a while during the UFC blackout days, when Pride was still developing. Enter 2000, Pride started having some amazing cards, the GP was good, Pride 10 was e****lent, then the Wandy/Saku trilogy began, Nog entered the scene, then the UFC stepped it up again with big cards like36, 38, 40, 43, 44, 47, oh how I miss those days. Without looking at any stats, I think 2003 was the best year in MMA history thus far, prove me wrong.

  27. I actually rented 2 of them with friends in 96 so I had seen a little bit of the action. I have now also rented most of the UFC's from 1-25 from a local video store. It's an interesting progression to watch. Damn the Polar Bear was good! I haven't seen much from 25 to 45 or so though. I tried downloading a bunch from the secret place but nobody was ever seeding them.

    As for Pride I've seen almost every one except 1-5 and most Bushido's as well (who wants to watch little guys that I can throw around )

  28. Quote Originally Posted by jas123 View Post
    I actually rented 2 of them with friends in 96 so I had seen a little bit of the action. I have now also rented most of the UFC's from 1-25 from a local video store. It's an interesting progression to watch. Damn the Polar Bear was good! I haven't seen much from 25 to 45 or so though. I tried downloading a bunch from the secret place but nobody was ever seeding them.

    As for Pride I've seen almost every one except 1-5 and most Bushido's as well (who wants to watch little guys that I can throw around )
    You aren't missing much in Pride 1-5 except for a great match between Sakuraba/Newton and the work between Takada/Coleman.
    M.Ed. Ex Phys


  29. Yeah, I thought about buying that Legacy 1 set but every where I read about implied that it wasn't worth it. Were there any good Carl Malenko fights ?

  30. Quote Originally Posted by Rodja View Post
    You aren't missing much in Pride 1-5 except for a great match between Sakuraba/Newton and the work between Takada/Coleman.
    I agree with you completely, but we got to see the myth Rickson fight against top contender Takada, Saku's schooling of Vitor and a nice war between Goodridge and Vovchanchyn.
  

  
 

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