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Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by Typrune Goatley, Jan 7, 2018.
Oh man, there is a name I have not heard in a while. Mike “quick” Swick.
I must say, round one belonged to Belfort but Ortiz came back strong in the last two rounds. Good fight.
I had a terrible ripped DVD of UFC 51 my dad bought off a guy selling dvds from his trunk. I thought Tito was the greatest. Watched the DVD at least a hundred times. The good ole days
Randy is Jones?
Since he beat Chuck, Tito and Vitor.
I love that era. It was so satisfying when Chuck finally got ahold of Tito.
Randy also whooped Tito and Chuck earlier. Vitor had close fights with Chuck and Tito. Definitely right there with them.
13 years ago, jesus. Fuck me time is flying
Lol that's a weird comparison I guess so
The attitude era of MMA.
Who was the girl at 3:23
More revisionist squabbling. It is difficult to be right there with them when as a fighter you cannot beat one of them.
Randy being unable to continue because his eye was grazed is his own fault. Chuck and Tito fights were good where they both gave up rounds. Being they couldn’t finish Vitor who is horrible after the first round tells me he is on their level. I consider Vitor as good as Chuck or Tito ever were.
A very poor mans version. Hardly a quote worthy reign or many impressive triumphs over non geriatric rivals. Just a abormally large head and nasally voiced call outs.
And surely there is a person in this world
who considered Sean Sherk as good as Georges Saint Pierre, Matt Hughes, or BJ Penn ever were. I am just trying to emphasize the principle that losing is still losing.
Been while since I’ve seen this.
Gotta admit it pumped me up back then and Tito was a definite draw, no matter how much ridiculous stuff came spewing out of his mouth.
Vitor was juiced to the gills back then holy cow