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  1. cyrusthevyrus Yellow Card Yellow Card

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    An ambassador for each division. Which will be the results between countries?

    America:
    Cormier - Jones - Cannonier - Covington - Gaethje - Max - Sterling - Benavidez

    Russia + Dagestan + Chechnya - for the sake of the arguments, let''s put them together:
    Oleinik - Nemkov - Akhmedov - Chimaev - Khabib - Zabit - Yan - Askarov

    Result:
    America 4 - 4 Russia

    Brazil:
    JDS - Mareta - Costa - Burns - Do Bronx - Barboza - Moraes - Figueiredo

    Result:
    America 3 - 5 Brazil

    Result:
    Brazil 5 - 3 Russia

    Nigeria, Japan, England are worth to participate in this competition. Maybe Australia.
     
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  2. Hellowhosthat Silver Belt

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    Ireland

    Holohan, McGregor, McGregor, McGregor, McGregor, McGregor, McGregor
     
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    Need Cathal Pendred in that team, he'd win a load of robberies against everyone else.
     
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    You forgot McGregor
     
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    Shit, I forgot about him. Could he make it to a decision without being KO'd to get the robbery though?
     
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    From memory, the amount of split decisions he got in his favour. He could get TKO'd and still win by disqualification.
     
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    They are together.

    The official name of Russia is the Russian Federation because it's a union of almost a hundred of ethnically distinct nations ranging of Slavic Christians to Buddhist Eskimos, and yes, Caucus Muslims.

    Russia is more diverse than America-- except that Russia's diversity is natural, historic, and organic whereas American and Western European diversity is economic and colonial.
     
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    depends from which point of view. you , as a russian 100%, will say what you want.
    people from caucasus think differently.
     
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    the majority of people from the Caucuses favor being part of the Russian Federation.

    This is statistically verified and is not even a question.

    There's a small percentage of separatist violent groups but they're regarded as degenerates by everybody.

    BTW, they are "Russian" too.

    In Russian, there's 2 words for "Russian":

    "Ruskii" - Orthodox Eastern Slavs native to European Russia

    "Rossean"- all the peoples of the Russian Federation.
     
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    there is a question. russia itself is this, from the XVI th:

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    on the other hand, USA is a real federation, where everybody wanted to be part of those days - after the mexican war and the north-south war.

    but in russia, this is not the case.
     
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    If we can use old maps to define modern borders, then I as a greek just got a semi-chub...

    This whole conversation is going to end well I am sure of it...
     
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    Yeah... no.

    Russia is = Novgorod/Moscow + Kievan Rus + Eskimos + Mongol Empire

    America is British people committing genocide on Native Americans, conquering land from Mexicans and expelling them, and subjugating African people to slavery.

    Every state is just descendants of European immigrants living wealthy because Native/African people were exploited for their luxury. There is no real "union" because the Native people of each state are almost all gone.

    In Russia, the Native people of all the regions still have their culture and populations.

    The Slavs expanded in those lands, yes, but half of those expansions weren't even violent (like the interactions with Eskimos) and it followed 3 centuries of the Turko-Mongols colonizing the Slavs itself.

    The various nations conquered and raided each other before becoming a federation- it wasn't one sided imperialism like America.

    And the land that is Russia today was ruled by people of all backgrounds.

    There were Central Asian Csars.

    There was 3 centuries of Mongol rule.

    During the Soviet Union- Asians, Jews, and Caucus people (Stalin) were in power.

    The US just transformed from Anglo-Saxon supremacy to Anglo-Saxon-Gaelic supremacy, to Western European supremacy, to European supremacy.

    And it's not a natural, historic, organic civilization-state like Russia, it's a marketplace masquerading as a nation-state.
     
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    You get that anywhere though. The Cornish say they arent part of England. People in Catalonia say they arent part of Spain, people in Texas etc etc

    But politically and geographically the caucasus are part of the Russian Federation
     
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    maybe you can consider Volkan as well
     
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    For the sake of argument? They're all the same country. There is no argument. (And yes, I'm well aware of the cultural and ethnic differences between them. My family comes from the Caucasus region.)

    Just curious how you break down who wins and who loses in these matchups because looking at those teams, it feels like US beats Russia 7-1. And even then, we'll see about Khabib and Gaethje in a few months.
     
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