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    Quote Originally Posted by JensenS View Post
    Pretty sure Hughes relayed the story as told to him by Pat in his book...
    I think Adolf is now saying Hughes was there (since Adolf is claiming to have been there too)

    Adolf, what was the Miletich-Punishment Fued over? Did it start over Sylvia-Ricco?

    At the time, I was under the impression Murray did want that fight - you might be right about him not wanting to do it at 205, but seemed to me like both guys wanted it and Dana wouldn't consider it. Like you said, the fans wanted it.
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    [quote=clmetal;241276]I think Adolf is now saying Hughes was there (since Adolf is claiming to have been there too)

    Adolf, what was the Miletich-Punishment Fued over? Did it start over Sylvia-Ricco?


    The rivalry happened as a result of that night. Because of the melee, Frycklund was black balled by Dana White. Militech asked Tito to let Dana know that everything was squashed and no need to hurt the man's career over it. Tito refused, Frycklund was banned, and bad blood began to brew. Then Ricco, (Team Punishment) and Sylvia, (Militech) fought and more bad blood developed. There was lots of back and forth talk and there were some match ups between both camps that upped the stakes each time. I don't remember it well any more but perhaps Baroni fought a Militech fighter and there were others. Eventually no one from either camp could stand the other.
    Lets go Brent!

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    I just watched the Ricco/Sylvia fight last night on unleased.

    if the OBC post was from Miletich book, then exaggerating a Tito ko is understood. but if the OBC was there and its different then Id say teh neutral party is more believable
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    Jesus, thats the third time adolf has explained why the feud began. Are skipping over posts claudale?

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    Guys, here it is again and I'm not going to post it for a 5th time so read it and read it right. Tito rushed in, swung at Murray, (off balance, hardly any technique at all) and missed. He took some counter shots and went down. He then took a boot or two to the head and I believe it was Hughes who dove on top of Tito in order to shield him from any more stomps. There were several individual fights going on at the time from people I've never seen before or since, (Brits that were in Murray's camp). Liddell took a good 3 or 4 of them out with big haymaker shots. People were getting sucker punched and stomped. Like I said, at one point, someone squared up with me and I leaned in to engage. At that point the bloke thought better of his actions and retreated. It was wild. There was lots going on and I'm sure I missed a lot of it. Baron and Clause were ready to throw down or worse, (they were both armed). It could have been a very bad situation.

    IMO, it is an official street fight loss for Tito. I have no doubt he wins under different circumstances, but how it went down that night, he lost.
    Lets go Brent!

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    Claudale just emailed me and wants me to ask you why hughes and ortiz do not like each other. He wants to know if it has anything to do with this event?

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    Interesting stuff. I didn't read the whole thread. Can someone bring me up to speed on why the Hughes/Ortiz feud began? Thank you.

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    Mr. Teer, now youve done it.

    *awaits the wrath of the OBC*
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    This is bullshit!
    Lets go Brent!

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