Media Pedro "The Rock" Rizzo can still work a punching bag

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  1. Big Al's Texas BBQ Sorry, no tortilla!

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    He’s still a good coach and would break anyone’s legs in his age group
     
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    Pretty unimpressive

    But props for still going hard i guess
     
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    The dude looks liie Mike Tyson in his prime.
     
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    Prime Rizzo was nothing to fuck with. One of the most underrated strikers from that generation of HWs.
     
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    He should be fighting in Bellator right now
     
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    More like "The Hock". Am I hight?
     
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    Got to see him KO the snowman live at Art Of War 3 in Dallas. True legend.
     
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    Or on current day UFC main cards right before the womens MMA co mains.
     
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    Actually looks cringeworthy slow.
     
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    Obliterates Conor in 1 leg kick, change my mind.
     
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    Lots of power,good chin,good fundamentals,tree trunks for legs.
    Could be a HW GOAT contender had he not being so tentative.
    He left me in despair in front of the TV plenty of times.
     
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    Tito's YOUNG for his age! And is in a better spot mentally than he's been in a decade! (But I'd watch it) The Pedro I knew had good takedown defense and that doesn't decline quick. (Not sure he could've ever sprawled Tito's shot, though) But, at this stage of their careers, a Tito win by KO would be highly possible, as much as that devastates me to admit.

    As a fan of Pedro and an amateur myself... All this video did for me was made me think was "Please stay retired, bro" :( And it's sad, with a cherry on top, when considering that I'm as stubborn as Chuck as far as my fascination goes with wanting to see a legend ("turn back the clock") kick time's a$$!
     
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    Act like ya'll wouldn't watch a legends circuit of MMA like the PGA senior tour. you damn well would
     
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    Looks slow and labored, but still one of my favorite legends of the game. Mad respect
     
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    I would prefer seeing Rizzo compete one more time over alot of garbage the UFC is putting out these days.

    A true pioneer. Prime Rizzo would be a very tough opponent even these days.
     
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    He is only 46? Damn, I thought he was pushing 60 from that video, he goes back to the old days of MMA.
     

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