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    Default Re: Dana White's Top 3 Epic Fails

    Ummm, taking a count of all those things, there are ZERO epic fails in that list.

    #3: Both of those guys are now UFC fighters, and both were big investments,and both were struggling. Whoever wins out of that is put back on a winning track.

    #2: Dana, being a good businessman, cross-promoted, had a guy go over there who had just lost in the UFC, and proceeded to go 2-1 in Pride, with 2 highlight reel knockouts, and lost to a guy who was just better then him. Is it an epic fail whenever a fighter loses to a better fighter? Chuck wasn't even the best LHW/MW in the UFC at that time. Oh, and then when he tried to get the favor returned and make the Liddell-Wanderlei match up happen, he got screed over by Pride. And people wonder why he doesn't cross-promote.

    #1: Ummmm, but they did go through with it. So what's the fail? That he didn't like the idea initially? Seriously?
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    zapp i knew you would be here, i now away snakedales response.

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    Default Re: Dana White's Top 3 Epic Fails

    Quote Originally Posted by p-jersey View Post
    zapp i knew you would be here, i now away snakedales response.
    There are definitely Dana fails to go after, but none of these.
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    Not sure I understand the point of this..
    "All that we are is the result of what we have thought. The mind is everything. What we think we become."

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