Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by WaylonMercy5150, Jun 21, 2018.
I thought this was gonna be for the game.
Here you go LOL
Nice, I play it a lot, so I get my own highlights
We have a saying back home.....
Ducked by Ken and Royce
(Not Enough Sense to) Pound Sand Down a Rathole
And what would that be???
I know the story was that Ken dropped out just because Royce was out so he didn't care. If that is true I'm sure he regretted later since he took so much shit for never winning a tournament.
Royce ducked Howard cuz he had a war with Kimo and was afraid he would get mangled by him. Then Shammy ducked Howard cuz he wanted Royce and he thought Howard was too fresh for him. Also he claims he was injured.
I would have ducked Kimo...
This is real MMA ladies and gentlemen.
None of this crap we have today.
lol @ ken ducking howard, he would have stretched him fast
He wanted royce
I agree but it's all Howard has
These were the ones that started it all
It was fucking Pat Smith and Keith Hackney in those days that made me immediately join a karate kickboxing gym in my teens.
Kids these days grew up to MMA whereas us older fellas saw the awakening of the arts.
It’s easy to look back at these guys and laugh when they are compared with today’s standards, but Howard was a tough mofo. I think he fought very well in that tournament. Given the circumstances, he might have presented a threat to Royce or Ken.
I challenged my friend to a fight after watching a few UFC videotapes. He was bigger and usually whipped me but now I had picked up a few tricks. After getting bludgeoned for a bit I threw a sloppy ass arm bar and he screamed out in pain.
On December 22, 2009 Howard was charged with two counts of attempted murder, two counts of assault with a weapon, attempted breaking and entering, failure to remain, flight from police, dangerous operation of a motor vehicle, mischief and two counts breach of recognizance after being captured by police. The events leading to said arrest include attacking his sister and nephew with a hammer, attempting to force his way into his estranged wife's home, and finally crashing his car into the Fallsview Casino. In the end, Harold was sentenced to just shy of five years in prison.
This is him today.
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