Diego 10x more entertaining to watch than most UFC fighters.

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  1. taggermest

    taggermest Green Belt

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    Win lose draw...whatever. Diego is fkn entertaining to watch.
     
  2. later days

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    the pound for pound most electrifying grimace in all of mma
     
  3. podsox

    podsox Gold Belt

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    I used to agree. there was nothing entertaining about his performance last night. he did absolutely nothing for 15 minutes. his top 2 moments were getting fired up cause he got rocked and catching a kick
     
  4. Unbreakabull

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    yup
     
  5. King of Fists

    King of Fists Mobile Platinum Member

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    At this point he is literally one of the worst fighters in the UFC, so no.
     
  6. jmd69

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    This....more antics and less handing out beatings like the Diego of old.
     
  7. Shoot Boxe Hero

    Shoot Boxe Hero We are Rizin!

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    ^ this. I was waiting for Diego to just start brawling and go crazy, but he only did so for a couple seconds after he got hit with some good shots. Diego didn't win that fight and it damn sure wasn't a 30-27 for him
     
  8. koquerelle

    koquerelle Silver Belt

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    Nothing is more entertaining than a fighter on the decline walking into punches.
     
  9. Thrawn33

    Thrawn33 JUST BLEED Belt

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    Pearson's gameplan didn't help much either in that fight.
     
  10. michels66

    michels66 Purple Belt

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    Agreed. Whenever Diego used skill as well as aggression to break his opponents, it was always fun to watch. Now, he's target practice for 4 minutes and 50 seconds followed by inaccurate hooks.
     
  11. dc007

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    I find him entertaining in the fact that he is so terrible at fighting and just walks forward and gets punched in the face. Also his silly metal faces and screaming are funny but I always root for him to lose which he always does unless the judges don't watch the fight.
     
  12. Lucifer Alpha

    Lucifer Alpha The Catastrophe

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    Yea it's so entertaining watching him throw an ineffective flurry of punches at the end of every round and then win a bullshit decision. MMA needs more guys like that.
     
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  14. jkthenatural

    jkthenatural Snake In The Grass

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    boom, this right here
     
  15. TheUnchosenOne

    TheUnchosenOne Green Belt

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    I do not find watching a guy swing wildly at air, no matter how many punches he wings, while blocking his opponent's punches with his face, all that entertaining to watch.
     
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    jkthenatural Snake In The Grass

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    also, this
     
  17. BubbaH

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    I had a feeling Diego would get the nod in that fight. Judges seem to love him. He clearly shouldn't have won that fight. It really wasn't close and shouldn't have even been a split decision. Ross took every round. But, as we all know, this isn't the first time Diego has taken a bad decision. At least one judge didn't feel the hometown pressure. He actually scored it like it should have been.
     
  18. The Taxman

    The Taxman Askren P4P #1

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    He was at one point. Now he is entertaining in the sense that you can't believe someone is as delusional as he is.

    I never thought Diego could get a worse decision than the Kampmann fight
     
  19. WAT IZ JUICE

    WAT IZ JUICE Purple Belt

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    Watching him fight is just terrible. Sloppy body with no technique.
     
  20. OuchPleaseNooo

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    You are the sort of guy who thinks Boxing is boring. Taking punches on the chin with no attempt to block or avoid whilst windmilling at your opponent is not entertaining. You can see millions of fights just like Diego Sanchez fights in pubs and clubs all over the world.

    Watching someone with actual ability and talent is way more entertaining.
     

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