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    Quote Originally Posted by p-jersey View Post
    You are right he did not hurt his knee in the fight and does not need surgery.
    I knew it. It was clear at the end of round 2 that he wanted no part of the Spider, once he got kneed a bunch of times and realized what was in store for him.
    Lets go Brent!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pimach View Post
    Adolf, I think you germans know a thing or two about the french

    LoL, went over my head the first time around.
    Lets go Brent!

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    You are right he did not hurt his knee in the fight and does not need surgery.
    Cote needs to be run out of the UFC then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by p-jersey View Post
    You are right he did not hurt his knee in the fight and does not need surgery.
    is this sarcasm?

    I really don't know what happened, assumed he really hurt it in the fight.

    He probably won't fight for a while and they'll look to get him out of the UFC all together. Although Goldberg said we'll see that rematch (pretending he thought those 2 rounds were exciting), I think its clear that Dana doesn't want those two together again.
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    Pretty sure that's sarcasm cl. I think PJ just opted not to argue the point anymore and used that comment to indicate how silly he thought the argument is. There are plenty of athletes in other sports who have season ending injuries but don't have immediate surgery or those that have significant injuries and are able to do daily activities but not participate in sports. The fact that Cote is taking some relaxation time that is more than laying on the couch doesn't mean he's not injured.


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    The fact that Cote is taking some relaxation time that is more than laying on the couch doesn't mean he's not injured.
    Not saying he isnt injured but the way he played it during that fight made it look like his leg was destroyed, then hes up walking around and next thing you know he off on vacation probably hanging out on some mexican beach holding up 3 fingers, then he'll go home and prepare for surgery? I think Adolf was insinuating that Cote is full of sheet
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    Yes CL it was sarcasm. He is having surgery and will be out up to 8 months.

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    Yes CL it was sarcasm. He is having surgery and will be out up to 8 months.
    ok - I wasn't sure, figured maybe midway through the thread you figured he didn't need surgery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pimach View Post
    Not saying he isnt injured but the way he played it during that fight made it look like his leg was destroyed, then hes up walking around and next thing you know he off on vacation probably hanging out on some mexican beach holding up 3 fingers, then he'll go home and prepare for surgery? I think Adolf was insinuating that Cote is full of sheet
    Lots of guys get injured and the initial pain makes it impossible to walk on in the immediate aftermath. You see them limp badly or even get helped off the court or field only to come back into the game later. So, even when you don't cause permanent damage, the initial pain and weakness from rolling your ankle or twisting your knee can hobble you for a brief period - much as Cote was hobbled. So, the fact that Cote was able to walk OK after the fight and is able to do things now doesn't make his immediate reaction disingenuous.


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