NFL Lineman: "I could be a UFC champ and beat Stipe"

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  1. Echo_Bliss

    Echo_Bliss WHAT?!

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    Popularity contest? Justin Bieber >>> NFL all day long, bay-bay!! Back to the fight talk.
    Kimbo has more respect than Harrison ever will, and probably about the same money.
     
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    Echo_Bliss WHAT?!

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    No proof that Lesnar was juiced for the Randy fight, the only fight he was questionable in was the Hunt fight.
     
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    chuckleknuckle Non binary - racially neutral - anarcho fascinista

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    That's my point. Everyone bangs on about A level athletes. There's very few people in the world who can run a marathon, lift massive weights, tumble and back flip, and sprint like hell.

    That'd be an A level athlete.

    Sports are now about specificity of body type, which is good for the sports, but destroys any hope of becoming an A level athlete.
     
  4. KillerIsBack V2

    KillerIsBack V2 Brown Belt

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    all? So it had nothing to do with Randy being 44 years old in the lesnar fight? containing the wearNtear of both 14 years of MMA fights and competing in wrestling since the age of 12 for almost 2 decades?

    Is this thread the confidant noob hour?
     
  5. Braincellocide

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    This nfl fatchecker would get his ass handed to him. Playing handegg does not equal fighting and the majority of these bigmouths would do the Lesnar brakedance when punched.

    Also, reading this thread and the idiots posting in it is lolz and the shertards are out in full force.
     
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    He was questionable in all of his pre-USADA fights. He was guilty in the Hunt fight, not questionable.
     
  7. Prex32

    Prex32 Black Belt

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    stipe who?
     
  8. Spoken

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    340 pounds too. Fellow gotta lose weight, ha
     
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    Throw this fat NFL "A level" guy in there with an Olympic wrestler and watch a murder occur.
    These guys don't wear helmets and shoulder pads ...

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    Just sign the dotted line, champ!

    No need for talking, just go do it!
     
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    lorenzofertatta Purple Belt

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    No proof, only common sense
     
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    What about the fact that Lesnar dwarfs Randy?
     
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    Snacks Harrison tools Stipe inside two minutes.
     
  14. Garnett Silk

    Garnett Silk "I chose violence" - Cersei Lannister

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    This!!!!

    Also he has never had an MMA fight and for him to think he would be able to beat the champion is straight up offensive. He would gas within 30 seconds and would be picked apart standing...
     
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    Ugly fat handegg player would get knocked out cold by fucking Tai Tuivasa.
     
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    Prutfis Master of pups

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    Brock Lesnar was a wrestler
    His record:
    Collegiate wrestling
    • National Collegiate Athletic Association
      • NCAA Division I All-American (1999, 2000)
      • NCAA Division I Heavyweight Champion (2000)
      • Big Ten Conference Champion (1999, 2000)
    • National Junior College Athletic Association
      • NJCAA All-American (1997, 1998)
      • NJCAA Heavyweight Champion (1998)
      • North Dakota State University Bison Tournament Champion (1997–1999)[284]
     
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    Mitrione played in the NFL and now he is in Bellator
     
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    "The great Heavyweights are playing in those sports (NFL/NBA)" - Bob Arum



    If the NFL and NBA didn't exist, the athletes of those sports would be dominating both MMA and Boxing.
     
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    Stipe Miocic is a guy who turned to MMA after falling short in Baseball. Now he is the UFC champion. Just some food for thought. MMA coaches can turn average joes into champions, they can certainly do the same with world class A level athletes.
     
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