Discussion in 'Worldwide MMA Discussion' started by Vulcan, Jul 31, 2020.
At the time it was called 'Proper 8' and came in ball-shaped packaging.
Slap on the wrist
You have to start somewhere. As a total nerd I actually don't know what an "8 ball" looks like.
I do know I can sink an 8 ball at all the wrong times.
Compared with your average sherdogger? Yes.
He just put himself of every AC blacklist in the the U.S.
Why could it be?
The holding onto the sub wasn't too bad. He would've got the win if he didn't go off on Goddard for no god damn reason after Goddard yoinked him off.
Goddard seems to get into a lot of these scuffles. Usually when it becomes that common, the problem is you.
he only held it for a second too long...it's not like it's a heel hook, where a guys knee would be injured, and the fighter be out for a year...it's just a choke...at most, fine the guy, but don't dq him...that was a clear win....
no such thing...height alone does NOT dictate whether you're this made up term "manlet" overall body size does.
you should be fined for pushing a ref, that has nothing to do with what occurred before that...the choke hold was held on a bit too long, but it was in a choke, with no danger of serious injury...unlike a heel hook...he held it for maybe a second too long...it's not like he simply refused to let go for 10 seconds.
there are many manlet experts on sherdog
omg if goddard did that hed get my vote for reff of the year every single year
This card is hilarious.
First the manlet Vs Goddard battle happened.
Then some Indian dude got KO'd off a leg kick in 10 seconds (I don't think he's a fighter)
Then Usman Nurmagomedov beat the everloving shit out of some poor Finnish dude.
Then a Korean guy hit a sweet flying knee.
Check out the Indian dude, greatest warrior since Andy Wang (timestamped)
Timestamped Usman Nurmagomedov for anyone who's interested, looks UFC ready to me.
It's hilarious to think how KID is basically eulogized despite being a total prick during his career.
Adrenaline aside, what an incredibly stupid thing to do after an impressive win...
Fighter definitely held the choke way too long and deserved to face some accountability for that. Still, Goddard didn’t help matters by holding him down and yelling at him, instead of just separating him, so I agree he was part of the problem. Again.
Goddard is always way too involved in the fights: talks to the fighters during the bout, gives lengthy pre-fight instructions and post-foul admonishments, never leaves a fouled fighter alone during the 5-minute recovery period and is always in his face pressuring him to resume. And now this, taking a guy who’s jacked up on adrenaline and trying to pin him down and scold him. What could possibly go wrong?
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