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  1. #81
    Oh god. That's disgusting. I can't watch that.

  2. #82
    That was nasty. Theismann-esque

  3. #83
    Thank goodness I lost my feed, I think I'm good with not seeing that

  4. #84
    God damn. Fuck that. Fucking injury.

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    Pic?

  6. #86
    Be warned. Graphic. It's the video.

     

  7. #87
    I'm guessing Silva was heavily favored to win this rematch?

  8. #88
    Big break for Weidman. Oof - sorry. Sorry for that ...
    Skip rope, Evil!

  9. #89
    Quote Originally Posted by BobStackFan4Life View Post
    I'm guessing Silva was heavily favored to win this rematch?
    I don't know about the Vegas odds or anything, but I do think he was favored. Don't know how heavily tho.

  10. #90
    Quote Originally Posted by BobStackFan4Life View Post
    I'm guessing Silva was heavily favored to win this rematch?
    Favored but not heavily. It actually looked like Anderson was out after that big blow in round 1. Shame that it had to go down like that. No way AS isn't done competing for titles after this.

  11. #91
    So, with GSP walking away and Silva broken, it looks like the last of the Old Guard has cleared out. I think the UFC going into 2014 has some really dominant champions in Jones, Rousey, Velasquez and Aldo that in the coming years will only lose on a fluke result. I'm not saying there aren't good fighters in their divisions, but no one quite at their level. I wonder what sort of odds I could get that these guys will all still be champions going into 2016. Yes - 2016.
    Skip rope, Evil!

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    UFC is going to struggle coming up, not sure they will prosper without SOME of the old guard draw staying on. With news that Lesnar is thinking of coming back, I bet you Dana makes it really worth his while now.

    Outside of Jones Gustafsson II, I can't think of a single fight that I'm really looking forward to. I mean they just had to re-book Rousey in 2 months 2 PPV's from now.
    Last edited by dartsndeacs; 12-29-2013 at 11:12 AM.

  13. #93
    Did not realize how much power those low leg kicks had. Apparently quite a bit.

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    This one was just so loud, Silva can really get some speed behind them

  15. #95
    Silva was a 2:1 favorite
    Skip rope, Evil!

  16. #96
    Quote Originally Posted by booradley View Post
    Silva was a 2:1 favorite
    Not necessarily true. I got the line at weidman +155, Silva was - 170. It hovered around that most of the day. 5-1 last night, biggest win was easy with Travis Browne. Such a beast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by palmab03 View Post
    UFC is going to struggle coming up, not sure they will prosper without SOME of the old guard draw staying on. With news that Lesnar is thinking of coming back, I bet you Dana makes it really worth his while now.

    Outside of Jones Gustafsson II, I can't think of a single fight that I'm really looking forward to. I mean they just had to re-book Rousey in 2 months 2 PPV's from now.
    Not me. Weidman-Belfort, Cruz-Barao, Jones-Texaira are all fights I want to watch. As well as the inevitable Pettis-Aldo match, which will be bawse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by palmab03 View Post
    Outside of Jones Gustafsson II, I can't think of a single fight that I'm really looking forward to.
    Ditto... but that's a big one to look forward to. Their first bout was downright incredible.

    It was a shame anybody lost that fight; I have a feeling Jones will be a bit better prepared for him the second time around. As long as he isn't feeling any long-term effects from the recent injuries (foot, shoulder... etc) , I agree with BooRadley... He's probably in line to defend his title without breaking a sweat for a couple of years.

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    I think the fact jj gets hurt in every fight these days doesnt bode well for him being the new gsp/ silva. I also have very little interest in the really low weight classes, without any real knockout power the fights brcome boring
    just drivin' round in John Voight's car

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    I love me some Vitor.

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