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    Quote Originally Posted by Adolf Oliverbush View Post
    Mr. Brigade I cannot tell you what a pleasure it is to post along side you. Lately I've been forced to read garbage posts from the usual suspects and I basically have to take them by the hand and lead them to water, hoping that they'll drink, (they rarely do). If you lurk, you know exactly what I'm talking about. I've nearly had it. I am almost gone from this abyss and back to the other board that I post at for good. Thank you for gracing us with your presence and your words of wisdom.
    The pleasure is all mine. It's a privilege to post along side a legend like you. I've seen some interesting things on this site in my absence. As usual, you offer no quarter and expect none in return. How are Win and Barnabous?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zapp Brannigan View Post
    Claudale continues to deal only in conjecture.

    Actually, you were the one who brought up Sakuraba.

    He was one of the most popular fighters in Japan and has been reported as being their highest paid fighter.

    I read Dana saying back then that Pride should have to pay their salary, that was part of the problem with "you send guys over now."

    If you can read between the lines and apply some analytical skills (which you won't do if it will result in something other than praising Dana) you'd admit there is no way in hell that Dana would have paid Sakuraba anymore than 1/10th what Pride was paying him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DingoBrigade View Post
    The pleasure is all mine. It's a privilege to post along side a legend like you. I've seen some interesting things on this site in my absence. As usual, you offer no quarter and expect none in return. How are Win and Barnabous?

    Win is a father now. He has his GED in hand and is taking some classes at the local JC. We are preparing him for stepping into management and could not be more pleased with his efforts.

    Barnabous continues to disappoint. He is more difficult to motivate and guide, than Fedor is to sign a contract when all of the world's riches and desires are offered.
    Lets go Brent!

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    Im surprised that Big Win is looking at stepping into management, I thought he was just hired muscle.
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    Big Win has flexed his muscle many a time for Adolf and the upper management. We consider him a brother, (like a son to me) and we want him to lead along side of us. Perhaps when I step down, he can fill one of the many positions that will open up in an effort to fill my void. We are looking out for his future. As long as I'm alive, he will always have a job with us. He's made lots of money with the company, he don't need to be the muscle any more.
    Lets go Brent!

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    Muscle needs management, too. Win has the management skills of an elite rapist.
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    I guess that makes sense, and he is a family man now, so he cant be a thug all his life.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adolf Oliverbush View Post
    Win is a father now. He has his GED in hand and is taking some classes at the local JC. We are preparing him for stepping into management and could not be more pleased with his efforts.

    Barnabous continues to disappoint. He is more difficult to motivate and guide, than Fedor is to sign a contract when all of the world's riches and desires are offered.
    So...you're saying it is impossible.
    I think Dana could have offered Fedor the United States of America and he would have said it isn't worth enough.

    Than again, we are in 4 trillion worth of debt, haha.
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    mhs189 speaks the correct. Fedor was not going to sign with the UFC. It was all a publicity stunt. Dana White and the UFC were made into mules by Vadim and Fedor. That's the reality. I wish him the best but there's a reason why I never trust a Ruskie and this is just another example.
    Lets go Brent!

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