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Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by the answer, Feb 9, 2018.
I’d call Dana a goof, then Watch UFC reruns and reminisce with my sherbros while indulging in copious amounts of cannabis
Same thing I did yesterday, same thing I do tomorrow by watching extended library of past events and fights. Life goes on...
Steps if that did happen:
1) Become a Bellator bro
2) Not do step 1
3) continue with life
Rejoice that all their best fighters go to Bellator to prove themselves.
RIP Andy Hug... I wish more people would throw strikes like his tornado heel kick to the thigh. Dude was straight efficient...
Crazy how many times those guys get KO'd, Karate and Kickboxing guys.
And that's why you're my bro.
I would armbar the fuck outta everything
I don't know, but the threads on sherdog would be hilarious for sure.
It finally died?
The UFC ushered in a golden age for combat sports.
They've elevated themselves & all their competition.
It's strange how dorks who post on fighting msg boards root for their decline.
After Dana retires, Conor promoting the UFC seems like a natural fit
Pride consistently had more bizarre "freak show" fights than the UFC ever has
Just go on with my life, I reckon. People need to get out of their parent's basements and gain some perspective.
Honestly, I'd be pretty bummed out.
I know that most fighters would end up at Bellator and of course, I'd watch that. But no more UFC? shit, man. That'd be pretty fucking depressing.
ufc is already over
I view the UFC similar to how I view the NFL. I love the sport of football, don't love the league and the goons running it. Same for MMA. I love MMA. I'm pretty neutral on the UFC.
Hug could do anything he wanted in the ring at times.
It's funny how erratic some of those guys were... Dekker, Hug, Hoost, LeBanner - they all have some really strange losses on their records, and yet they could pull shit out of their ass that would make a Bruce Lee Jesus cry.
Sometimes I wonder if his type of style would translate well, but it was his speed and strike selection that made him so special on his good days - axe kicks from point blank distane and so when most people would go for a straight punch or uppercut. Majestic. He could always throw the one thing they weren't expecting.
RIP. It can't be overstated how much of a tragedy it was that he was taken in his prime.
You're not an mma fan though, just a fan of the letters UFC.
Who cares it is an illusion.