UFC says something BIG is coming...

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  1. it would still be big news based on his name recognition. I agree, he will most likely lose right off the bat, but his name will bring mainstream coverage that sadly Kimbo brought Elite xc


  2. Quote Originally Posted by Alexander View Post
    I know what 'fail' is, as pathetic as it is, but what did I fail at? I know I didn't fail at anything, I just wanted to hear that ****tards response.

    That picture is too funny even if it doesn't make sense, I don't even really like cats and it has me cracking up. Kind of like that superbowl commercial.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by xtraflossy View Post
    I'm sorry, buy Mayweather wouldn't change the ufc, at all. IT's just a celeb joining. And do they sign 5 year contracts?? (I don't know). That would be bad in the big scope of things toadmitthat signing a boxer would radically change ufc for 5 years.

    Anyways,just my 0.02

    exactly how does 1 guy signing determine the direction of the UFC for the next 5 years.

  4. Quote Originally Posted by Reaper329 View Post
    not a terrible card last night, good to see alves impressing again. I dont think he can beat GSP, but he will be an interesting matchup. Of course Nog v. Werdum II is coming.

    White said the announcement was not tv related I believe, so then Mayweather might be the only other logical choice
    I don't like Matt Hughes at all, but I felt bad for him. He's really sitting by and watching the sport evolve beyond his abilities. He didn't just lose twice in a row, he got dominated twice in a row. I feel for the guy.

    I hope I didn't spoil the fight for anyone, but I thought the previous post had indicative insinuations, so I thought it'd be safe.

  5. Quote Originally Posted by VolcomX311 View Post
    I don't like Matt Hughes at all, but I felt bad for him. He's really sitting by and watching the sport evolve beyond his abilities. He didn't just lose twice in a row, he got dominated twice in a row. I feel for the guy.

    I hope I didn't spoil the fight for anyone, but I thought the previous post had indicative insinuations, so I thought it'd be safe.
    It's his own fault, though. He has a very poor work ethic for the sport and does not put in the hours in the gym that an elite level MMAer should.
    M.Ed. Ex Phys

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  6. Quote Originally Posted by Rodja View Post
    It's his own fault, though. He has a very poor work ethic for the sport and does not put in the hours in the gym that an elite level MMAer should.

    To be fair, he has quite a few bails of hay that have to be delivered, and many a tractor that needs refueling... and a country breakfast that needs eatin'....

    A Country Boy Will Survive!!

    ...or not.

  7. I like Matt and i think he had his time. But now i think his time is up. Unless he starts fighting like he use to he's never gonna be the Matt Hughes everyone knew. Thats just my opinion.

  8. at 34 it will be hard to reinivent himself. it is a young mans sport for the most part, and at 170 now there are too many guys who are just plain better all around than he is

  9. Quote Originally Posted by Wickedrebel View Post
    I like Matt and i think he had his time. But now i think his time is up. Unless he starts fighting like he use to he's never gonna be the Matt Hughes everyone knew. Thats just my opinion.
    He is still fighting like he used to. The game has just passed him by.

  10. Hughes and Sera need to get there fight done, and then both start training new fighters fulltime(unless they have something more lucrative to do)

  11. Quote Originally Posted by Wickedrebel View Post
    LOL you guys are cracking me up.. Sounds like a bunch of school gurls fighting over a guy..

    You're next!!!!111

  12. Quote Originally Posted by rugger48 View Post
    exactly how does 1 guy signing determine the direction of the UFC for the next 5 years.

    It doesn't, that was my point

  13. I think the announcement will be the addition of a 145lb weight class to the UFC. Uriah?

  14. Quote Originally Posted by robdog View Post
    He is still fighting like he used to. The game has just passed him by.

    ?? Are you watching the same fights I'm watching?? Cause he use to be explosive and ground and pound a lot harder. His not the same and he admits it now also. By saying he use to be fast passe and now he just sits back and waits he said that him self. So i am sorry i would also have to say he's not him self as to what he was. Yes he's a good fighter and will always be known for 1. But there are many other out there now that want there chance Same goes for Tito Ortiz he was bad ass in his day now he's done. Sure he might fight some other kinda fights now but his UFC days of being champ are over. I liked him as well. But that's just my 02

  15. there is some rumor about a vince mcmahon connection to this announcement, goodness I hope not

  16. Hughes could possibly still be good if he got with a solid training camp and really dedicated himself. Look at GSP, the guy travels around training with amazing people and keeps evolving. I'm not sure Hughes trains hard enough either as Rodja said. It was probably sufficient in the old days, but there is more talent around and it's a legit pro sport these days.

    How about Wiman taking out Tavares in an amazing fight? That's crazy.

    Marquardt got screwed with the second point deduction. He put on a great fight, and that pile driver at the end was nasty.



    And to the dude who randomly said "fail" for no reason whatsoever, don't bring that crap around here.

  17. Quote Originally Posted by Skeetopunk01 View Post
    I think the announcement will be the addition of a 145lb weight class to the UFC. Uriah?
    That's an interesting idea, but I think it might hurt the WEC too much given that Faber is their big draw.
    They'd probably have to pay him more in the UFC too.

  18. Plus, the FW class is still developing and would not really contribute to the growth of the UFC.
    M.Ed. Ex Phys


  19. The announcement is that Dana and Vince McMahon purchased the UFC from Zuffa.

  20. Quote Originally Posted by robdog View Post
    The announcement is that Dana and Vince McMahon purchased the UFC from Zuffa.
    That is fortunately still just a rumor.

  21. I have also heard that Anderson Silva moving up to fight Chuck in September

  22. Quote Originally Posted by Reaper329 View Post
    I have also heard that Anderson Silva moving up to fight Chuck in September
    They wouldnt have made such a big deal about that. It's not worthy of a BIG announcement.

  23. Quote Originally Posted by robdog View Post
    They wouldnt have made such a big deal about that. It's not worthy of a BIG announcement.
    Actually I don't know about that. They made a fairly big deal about Rampage and Forrest being the coachs on TUF. It does feel like it should be bigger than that, but I never put anything past hype machines.

  24. Quote Originally Posted by robdog View Post
    They wouldnt have made such a big deal about that. It's not worthy of a BIG announcement.
    I am just saying this could be PART of the announcement. But as has also been said, they do make a big deal about fight announcements. If this fight happens Silva by TKO rd2 mark it down

  25. Did any one just catch dana white on Cnbc? He was talking about getting a ufc "doll deal"
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