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Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Smell Muhfinger, Jan 26, 2013.
No eye gouging, and no biting! Everything else goes!
It all started with this dirtbag's burp.
Ulama was better when the losing team's captain got sacrificed.
Those were the days, I loved the fighting back then, but the fact that in order to win you had to fight some 3 fights in the same night made a little unfair advantage for anyone who was injured when a sub had to come in and fight.
I think that Pride or K1 were better fighting in the early days compared to UFC. Well maybe not K1?
Went to a few Pride shows. Otokomatsuri was the shit.
I'll just write the joke thats gunna follow.
"Thanks for coming out of the closet. Good luck to you and Otokomatsuri."
So was Kazushi Sakuraba. Pride put on some really epic matches in their heyday.
Fedor fought the huge Brazilian. Knocked him out in 54 sec. or some shit.
Fedor is a beast.
You know what I'm talking about.
I will never forget UFC 2 or 3, where this big dude elbow pounded the FUCK out of some guys head like 10 times, even after the guy was knocked out, can't find it anywhere on the internets.
Gave Sakuraba a high five at the show.
39 = san-ku (saku)
Loved that guy.
I can still remember how much my friends and I loved watching the UFC in the early days.
Absolutely. We would go to the fights when they were anywhere in the tri state region. The fighters were some of the most gracious athletes ever, so kind. I remember shaking the hand of Pedro Rizzo and talking to him after he got beat up pretty good at the Mohegan Sun.
He was one of my favorites.
Sakuraba used to smoke before matches.
Loved watching him fuck up one Gracie after another.
That is an asian thing, most of those folks smoke, it calmed them and helped focus.
"No knees or elbows to a downed opponent".
Now the faggots drop to a knee anytime they are being hit as a strategy.