PFL 1 - Fitch vs Foster - Daytona | Page 8

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  1. Ham Socks #Professional Fighter

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    Slam down a couple of 3-fight slam dunk parlays. Get your feet back under you. I've been in a rut too. I had SEVERAL props/straights/parlays on the last bellator card and literally only ended up +$10 at the end of the night. I've swing and missef on pretty much everything ufc this year an I might be down around $1k on ufc, but I've been able to bring myself out of the hole via poker/baseball. I've even thought about straight up tailing picks, which I'm against for my own ego purpose.


    I'm a humble person. I don't brag about what I win, and I don't complain about what I lose. I was grossly spoiled from last july to last december with what I won off ufc. I had a work injury and had shoulder surgery without getting back pay til this past January, and I was able to support myself with my winnings, so I will happily go through a losing streak now.
     
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  2. MMA Goodfella Jury-Jiu-Jitsu Purple Belt in capping

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    What did I tell you guys about fucking Brian faster LOL that guy could snatch defeat from the jaws of victory if he were holding a blowtorch add an igloo. Somehow he will fuck up that situation. The fight was his for the taking and Fitch was done for.

    That is why I recommend the under 2.5. I felt either Foster would catch Fitch early or else he would get submitted. Brian Foster is a hybrid version of Melvin Guillard and Justin Scoggins with a sprinkle of Chael Sonnen. By that I mean he's a mental midget who continuously steps on obvious rakes in the middle of fights that he's winning. And somehow finds a way to mentally check out. He literally fell to his knees from nothing and then immediately got choked out with a schoolyard headlock. Yay Carlos Newton and Rocky Pennington bulldog chokers!

    I did get to hit Markes so, "Thanks God" LOL
    Like I said, Rama is flaky with no cardio.

    ...but I really ended up giving away some of my winnings as I switched off of Jason High at the last minute and played Caros ML and then a High/Fedor o2.5 + Fitch.

    EZ swayed me off of The Kansas City Baandit who committed a roberrymin Daytona. Know that it was a horrible decision, just that he got lucky that Carol gave him that fight or a SilverPlatter. However, I'm not upset I switched sides because that was the right side regardless. I actually believed that Carlos won that fight. I'll have to watch it again though.

    Also hit .5u on a Zeff fade! WAR Guam

    Hope everyone didn't take a bath. And once again I would be remiss if I didn't say "Thanks God" LOL
     
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  3. Oblivian Aging

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    Lol they did such a bad job of promoting this event that I thought it was Saturday night. Completely missed it.
     
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  4. MMA Goodfella Jury-Jiu-Jitsu Purple Belt in capping

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    "Kenny Rice is my mentor" -Todd Grisham
    Very impressed with High's knowledge too.... In the third round he actually showed infinite knowledge as he implied the "tortoise defense" LOL a true strategy/defense (Google it).

    I love that shit too JG. Cannot get enough of old Roman war stories. Thank goodness for Plutarch!

    Could you imagine living in the time of the wars that Julius Cesar and Vercingetorix and other troopers engaged in during this time? Complete and other brutality of which our mind cannot even grasp the result.

    I mean, you think, today much of wars are fought with unmanned aerial aircraft (weaponized drones) with operators manning them 7000 miles away from the battlefield inside shipping containers in Nevada. It's too much like a video game.

    But the battle of Alesia was amazing less for its militaristic slaughtering and instead the mental acuity from Gaius Julius Cesar. Basically it was a Ramsey Bolton-esque "starve them out" style siege. (I know the actual skirmishes took place too)

    The booby traps and walls and trenches and shit was in genius. But it was the off-the-cuff traps that were the worst. Like these two traps that were named gravestone and lilies.

    Gravestones: Filed down trees limbs that had been whittled so as to give them a razor sharp edge at the top while the base of the branches were buried at the bottom of a 5 foot deep trench. Fall min the pit and instantly they mimpale themselves. Nice death. Lol

    Lilies: A flower resembling funnel-shaped group of holes positioned in sequences of five whereupon the depths of them held a robust stump sunk deep in the muck. The tips had been sharpened to form a wooden spear. Camouflaged with twigs and brush to hide the three ft. hole. Ghoulish shit lol

    You ever HBOs ROME JG? Thought it was awesome! You might also listen to Dan Carlin who has a podcast that breaks down these massive wars. He tells many of the best bqattles and crazy times in history in big 3 to 5 hour long chunks often spanning three episodes. It's called Hardcore History.
     
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