UFC newcomer Alexander Hernandez addresses controversy surrounding his win

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  1. DoctorNick

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    I'd like to see him vs Vick or someone in that range.
     
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    Might be the silk paisley robe and matching lapdogs in his instagram picture.
     
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    I say give him James Vick...
     
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    Just hearing the huge outcry on Sherdog and how he absolutely smashed Dariush... I’m starting to like the guy... it’s a fucking cage fight ladies.
     
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    The gif is a pointless comparison. When Conor and Diego Brandão come out they are both in fighting stance. They already shook off the tap.
    When Hernandez comes out he can see the other guy go for a glove touch. Sure within the rules you can do it, but that doesn't mean you wont take flack for ignoring the touch. It's called sportsmanship.
     
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    You need pull back your arms while throwing the front kick to get momentum, you retard

    He went back to the exact same stance after throwing the kick, But I bet you are too biased to pay attention to that
     
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  7. SirKratos

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    Good thing that they have an opportunity to touch gloves before, you know, fight actually starts?
     
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    It's always "sand in the vagina" when people use their brains to observe and comment on shitty human behavior. But sure, keep defending dishonorable crap and pretending like your genital fortitude is aligned with it.
     
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    Shitty human behavior?

    We both watch a sport where two people try to bash each-others brains into mush and you are upset over a push kick that did not come after a non-required fist bump?

    But no no no, you go stand on the moral high ground bro.
     
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    And you need to extend your arms out in order to look like you're going for a high-five, you retard.

    Remind me who mentioned the fake touch first? Oh right, the pro analysts who watch every fight cageside and like me, used their eyeballs to observe some dude fake a glove-tap.
    Seriously dude. He cocks his right arm back for a high five. What sort of delusional apologist are you to think his right arms movement is necessary for a strike?
     
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    Awww retreating to the "but they punch each other, so you can't say shit" argument? It's a sport. Ever heard of sportsmanship? Guess not.
    There is plenty of moral high ground here but you're too busy looking down and kicking rocks.
     
  12. SirKratos

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    Or you can just have that position as a stance, which he goes back to after throwing the kick.

    Have you ever heard of stances?
     
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    I give him 9 months until he gets USADA'd.
     
  14. brackis1

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    You really don't get it or are you just that big a troll? People don't walk across the cage in a stationary arm position.
    Your arm doesn't stay up above your shoulder palm open like that while you walk 10 feet across a case just because it happens to also be somewhat near the area your hand would be for striking. Especially when you raise that arm FIRST, making it look exactly like every other dude who has ever walked across the cage with to give their opponent a respectful dap.
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    By your logic, me walking across the ring with my arm fully extended for a glove tap is just a setup for another strike because I can find an example of fighters throwing strikes with one arm fully extended.
    I truly can't believe I live in a society where so many people can't see this as a fake sportsmanship move.

    Are we going to ignore the fact that a top 15 UFC fighter walking across the cage directly opposing him, staring him in the eye, who has trained striking for decades, stuck his right arm to attempt to tap the extended hand of Hernandez thinking it was a tap? But take the analysis of some toolbag bro who thinks he knows what a kick setup looks like?
     
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    Protect yourself at all times. Especially when a man is charging at you. I have the feeling he wasn't charging in to touch gloves asap.
     
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    Yes but it also gives them the chance to take the center of the octagon at the beginning of each round. A neutral position.
     
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    Incorrect title, cheap shot had nothing to do with the win itself.
     
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    Fuck him, and all you turds celebrating douchebaggery and unsportsmanlike conduct. Hope they give him Khabib for his next fight.

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    He sounds about as smart as Mike Perry

    Why did he put his hand out there for a second there if he wasn’t going to touch gloves

    Can’t wait to watch him get murked, and I couldn’t care less Dariush
     
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    Meh, he landed a great punch, I can’t say that tells us too much about his skills
     

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