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cathal pendred straight delusional

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  1. theoldbread Yellow Belt

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  2. Git rekt Blue Belt

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    Yeah he's nuts. He should just be happy he got the win, Improve his game and look better next time. Dude on twitter summed it up best "even his own mother doesn't think he won that fight"

    Not hating on the Guy but that was one of the harshest robberies ive ever seen.
     
  3. fnog9 Green Belt

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    apparently crazy is contagious bc the judges agreed.
     
  4. Rex Kwon Do ál-ḥámdúlílláh

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    "I controlled the striking with me face."
     
  5. drhodes1970 Yellow Belt

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    Straight up fixed.
     
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    Because I DON'T WANNA OPEN ANOTHER TAB.
     
  7. theoldbread Yellow Belt

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    oh so i guess you agreed with the decision?
     
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    Is there something in the water around that area? lol
     
  9. SimonNova Worship and forget

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    Well he might have lost a few of his seven fans with that delusional shit.

    Hope he gets a tough matchup next and get ktfo.
     
  10. Empyreal Orange Belt

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    really rarely you hear a winning fighter admit that he actually lost...even if everyone else says he lost clearly. they always come up with explanations how they deserved to win
     
  11. Spycho Black Belt

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    I hope the same thing but they'll probably keep him around squeaking out wins over guys making their debut as long as Conor has his momentum. Amagov or the Mein-Thiago Alves loser would be sweet though. :p
     
  12. Pangi Green Belt

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    Pendred did win the fight. His striking looked absolutely disgraceful though. And the harshest "robbery" is Boestch vs Dollaway. Pendred clearly won in Boston .
     
  13. WendalClark17 Purple Belt

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    This guy has been gifted two fights, fairly obvious ones at that.
    Being a FOC (Friend of Conor) obviously has it's privileges
     
  14. JonSnitchPhones Beastin' 26/9

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    I saw the prideful dishonesty he was spouting afterward and it really made him one of the less likeable fighters in the UFC to me just from that experience with him. I don't know if he should have to go so far as to admit he lost, as most would rationalize in that situation. But he could at least just declare he edged him, or even better claimed it could have went either way. Something tame or diplomatic like that. Most fighters, as prideful as they even are, would be in that camp. Instead he's bringing the definitives about how the outcome should have went in his favor.

    It was kind of shameful, and if he's as dishonest with himself as he is with everybody else it doesn't say much about developing necessary skills to legitimately win fights long-term in UFC.
     
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    He kind of reminds me of the Irish version of Brendan Schaub huh?
     
  16. egk Gold Belt

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    The UFC gave Spencer his win bonus. The same way Pearson was given one when he "lost" to Sanchez.
     
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    He would be the perfect first fight for CM Punk. He's on a 'winning streak', Punk might have a chance, and if Pendred wins then they can use him in Ireland. Plus they've got heat between them.
     
  18. Moral Victory Black Belt

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    Good, he deserves it.

    And good on the UFC too, even though it's just loose change to them.
     
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  19. Bogeyman Electrical Cord Belt

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    He really wouldn't, no matter how much you dislike Pendred. He has 19 pro fights and has beaten some very tough competition. He'd fold CM Punk up like a lawn chair within 30 seconds. There are amatuers on Pendred's team that would run through Punk.

    No reputable athletic commision would make that fight.
     
  20. chukutee Genetic Freak

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    I think you're underestimating the skill disparity between even a poor professional fighter and a 0-0 nobody who started training last week.

    I would pick most of the decent female 135ers to knock the shit out of him, no joke.
     

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