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    In a streetfight with others getting involved it would not be wise for ortiz to take the fight to the ground. If it stayed standing i would have to favor murray.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clmetal View Post
    Sorry Adolf, your being there is as likely as winning the powerball twice. But I'll let Metsfan decide.

    If you happened to be in London at the same time as these guys and had a weekend to yourself, I think you'd be off to Amsterdam or visiting family in Germany.
    come on Metalski, were all bros here, why you breaking balls on the OBC?

    and you know that Mets isnt here no more to be cracking cases.
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    Quote Originally Posted by p-jersey View Post
    In a streetfight with others getting involved it would not be wise for ortiz to take the fight to the ground. If it stayed standing i would have to favor murray.
    PJ you and I have had very different views on street fights and their tactics/strategy. Mr. Ortiz is a fighter by nature and greatly influenced by the street fighting culture of southern california. Murray too is from the streets, (the filthy streets of London as he says) and both would be game IMO. I believe the one on one fight would be respected by all those involved initially, and that it would go to the ground with Ortiz on top. If being brutalized on the bottom, I could see some Murray backers trying to jump in to save him, but I would expect the Ortiz camp to be close enough to cut them off long enough to have a decisive outcome to Ortiz/Murray II.
    Lets go Brent!

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    Well yes i agree if it was a fight where people agreed to stay out of it ortiz would win. But if it is a spontaneous melee type situation as this one appears, then i could easily see ortiz getting kicked in the head before his friends could come to his rescue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clmetal View Post
    Sorry Adolf, your being there is as likely as winning the powerball twice. But I'll let Metsfan decide.

    If you happened to be in London at the same time as these guys and had a weekend to yourself, I think you'd be off to Amsterdam or visiting family in Germany.

    Come on Caludale, I didn't happen to be there, I traveled to Europe in order to see the UFc and visit family in the old country. I took Baron, Clause and Detlef too. We had a grand old time and we witnessed the fights that took place in the streets. One individual got too close to me and I nearly decapitated him. He saw me take position and thought better of it instead. Old Adolf has no qualms with throwing down in the streets.
    Lets go Brent!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adolf Oliverbush View Post
    Come on Caludale, I didn't happen to be there, I traveled to Europe in order to see the UFc and visit family in the old country. I took Baron, Clause and Detlef too. We had a grand old time and we witnessed the fights that took place in the streets. One individual got too close to me and I nearly decapitated him. He saw me take position and thought better of it instead. Old Adolf has no qualms with throwing down in the streets.
    So you went to Europe in the early days of the UFC to see a fight live? Because I never hear you attending events live anymore; PJ, Pimach and myself have all been to UFC events since posting here.

    I suppose its possible that if you went to London when the UFC was small, you'd be where the fighters were around the time of the event.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adolf Oliverbush View Post
    PJ you and I have had very different views on street fights and their tactics/strategy. Mr. Ortiz is a fighter by nature and greatly influenced by the street fighting culture of southern california. Murray too is from the streets, (the filthy streets of London as he says) and both would be game IMO. I believe the one on one fight would be respected by all those involved initially, and that it would go to the ground with Ortiz on top. If being brutalized on the bottom, I could see some Murray backers trying to jump in to save him, but I would expect the Ortiz camp to be close enough to cut them off long enough to have a decisive outcome to Ortiz/Murray II.
    this says it all, the southwest/southern cali is where its at.

    the only thing saving Murray is if he has some soccer hooligans backing him up
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    Murray seems harder than ortiz. he is now locked up in maximum security prison and rumor has he is the baddest man in the joint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by p-jersey View Post
    Murray seems harder than ortiz. he is now locked up in maximum security prison and rumor has he is the baddest man in the joint.
    So you hear rumors coming out of North African prisons?
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