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Thread: Brock Lesnar: Great for UFC, Bad for MMA

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    Default Re: Brock Lesnar: Great for UFC, Bad for MMA

    That was so funny when Brock dissed Bud Light.
    TRAIN LIKE A MADMAN!

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    Default Re: Brock Lesnar: Great for UFC, Bad for MMA

    Those sorts of antics and that sort of hype will have people looking at MMA exactly as they do WWE. Fans will begin to think it's nothing more than a glorified Broadway show with a little bit a blood. And eventually, people will begin to question whether or not it's choreographed.
    That's so dumb it's not even funny. Yeah, minutes after watching Henderson knock Bisping into next week, someone might think UFC is choreographed?

    There is only one sane person who could be excused for thinking such an asinine thing - Bisping... because his memory from the past week has probably been permanently erased.
    Your ignorance is painful to witness.....

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    Bisping walked over to Rampage and asked 'What happened '-I've been hit that hard before so I understand where he's coming from ..
    but back to Brock -he avenges his only loss and gets booed ? WHY ? Because he hasn't trained for 25 years and can't break a rock with his pinkie ?? Although he may be able to do that , but why .
    Ina decade , MMA will be the pro outlet for Amateur wrestlers .
    Dave ''PEE-WEE-Hermann has made more money in MMA than all his regular jobs combined -Dave was a good heavy for IU but wasn't recruited because he knocked out a high school teacher his senior year in high school .

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    Video, anyone? I missed the fight and the post-fight antics.

    Am I the only one who thinks it's a little ironic that Dana White is telling someone to watch his mouth?

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