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Celebrating early on a knockdown... Stupid

Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by respect_skillz, Feb 21, 2016.

  1. respect_skillz Blue Belt

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    Whatever happened to the going hard until the ref pulls you off? I get sparing an opponent unnecessary punishment but c'mon that's the refs freaking job. Cody Garbrandt tonight was obviously the spark for this thread, dude was not out cold by an means and he's throwing his arms up... Get in there and do your job dummy. I don't why but it really frustrates me.

    If you're not Mark Hunt don't try and do the walk off, bottom line.
     
  2. BlueMerle Banned Banned

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    Paul Harris approves.

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  3. The-AxeMurderer Gold Belt

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    Palhares is such a dumb ass. He probably would have finished it if he kept going, but he tries to stop the fight on his own accord.
     
  4. Why So Serious Purple Belt

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    When the ref steps in between the fighters it usually means stop fighting.
     
  5. GordoBarraBJJ Titanium Belt

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    I dislike Cody but he fucking sat mendes down hard so I can see why he did the early celebration thing.
     
  6. Scheme Yellow Card Yellow Card

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    I don't like it when a BJJ guy is on his back and doesn't get a chance to even throw anything up.

    A lot of times people sink in armbars/triangles from over-aggression.
     
  7. Curly Peibce Banned Banned

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    Jumps off a tko too soon holds subs too long, the curious Case of one Paul Harris.
     
  8. HwoarangStyle Silver Belt

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    yes, this 100 percent. i did not like that cody just whipped his hands up go in there and keep hitting him. he was not completely out. why throw the hands up, just keep going till the ref grabs you.
     
  9. HAWTRIDDUM Gold Belt Platinum Member

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    Expecting a fighter to know how to react or act during the middle of a mixed martial arts fight on live TV in front of thousands of people is pretty ridiculous.

    The guys eyes were shut till he hit the canvas and Mario stepped in.

    If you want to blame anyone for the fight result, blame the ref.
     
  10. RedSoul Invisible Belt

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    This. I can see why Garbrandt was confused.
     
  11. Darwinambrosius Thought you had a friend, boy?

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    That was a pretty clear indication to stop IMO.
     
  12. pinkybrief Silver Belt

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    paul harris? the artist known as pahlares?
     
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    Everyone wants that Mark Hunt walkoff home run.
     
  14. Ryan McGizzle Boxing isn't dead, it's just hibernating

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    I thought it was classy of Cody to stop knowing he was out. You guys want a guy who stepped in on 6 days notice to get Bisping'd?

    Better what Cody did than a bad brain injury.
     
  15. Sgt Smith Bassed God

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    I thought he was out on the way to the ground and came to when his head hit the canvas. His arms looked stiff.
     
  16. RerouteToRemain Silver Belt

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    Mario got inbetween them...
     
  17. Kingofthestreets king of the streets

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    I think mark hunts walk of ko's are lame.
    Prefer Dan Henderson approach or some emotion, like Connor jumping the cage, Tito running to the top of the arena, Wonderboy making a flip, Barnet 'slizing the throat' bj Penn licking blood and battering his chest, gsps break dance, Shawn Jordan backflip, sage front flip, Brock sptting and foaming while holding the cage and screaming, the gator walk by jacare, Ben rothwells everything, big country belly rub, Gus and latifis...whatever it is that they are doing lol.
     
  18. trblesome1 Silver Belt

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    The ref got between them, at that point it should be over

    If Cody has to go around the ref to keep fighting the guy then it should just be over
     
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    Then he nearly gets knocked out after the restart. Palhares' UFC fights were pure entertainment.
     
  20. mmafan559 Black Belt

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    Mario put himself between the fighters, that means stop fighting.
     

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