Should'nt Means/Cowboy be changed to a DQ

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  1. Project 86

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    it was clearly illegal and means said they were intentional in his interview

    also anyone else annoyed that marc ratner and joe rogan were trying to act like big dan didn't know the rules when it was them who didn't
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    GoldenAzazel General Manager of PWD Platinum Member

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    Wasn't Guillard v Pearson a No Contest though? If I remember rightly that was a pretty blatant foul.
     
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    LOL and how many bottles of champagne had Big John chugged before tweeting this?
     
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    it better be turned over. that was quite the shit show.
     
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    At least it didn't go like Kevin Burns vs Rumble where the fighter who landed the illegal blow was awarded a victory after his opponent couldn't continue.

    I'm just wondering why there was so much confusion and terrible misunderstanding of the rules at cageside. At least Miragliotta knew the rule.
     

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