Tito, you should be soooooooo proud for beating a middleweight...

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  1. SamuraiofMexico

    SamuraiofMexico Jien-Cannon

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    Looked lethargic, slow, and lost on the feet. His shots were like molasses and then he has the gall to act like he beat a top contender in his weight class after outweigh Shlemenko by 20 pounds?

    He's in for a rude wake up call by any 205'er. Hell...I think Mexicutioner would own him.
     
  2. Ozymandias

    Ozymandias TURBO K⸸LLER Platinum Member

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    Who cares. He's been through a lot. Let him have his fun.
     
  3. Kingz

    Kingz Gold Belt

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    Well, people said he was going to get crumpled by him...so he should be happy,
     
  4. cooljay1622

    cooljay1622 Gold Belt

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    Storm called him out. At least he stepped up and fought him even though it was a lose lose situation. Good for him.
     
  5. KillingJoke

    KillingJoke Red Belt

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    Exactly. People on here were still banking on him to lose. He wins, people still want to shit on him. Fuckin shertards I tell ya....
     
  6. N3GATIV3

    N3GATIV3 Blue Belt

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    He put his "heart and soul" into that win!
     
  7. Micsterator

    Micsterator Brown Belt

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    Great win despite size & weight difference!
     
  8. samoajoe

    samoajoe Brown Belt

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    No shock here I've always said Storm was sloppy and not very good.
     
  9. Saiyan Prince

    Saiyan Prince Orange Belt

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    Bjorn dug a hole and now Shlemenko is six feet under.
     
  10. VictorCosta

    VictorCosta Brown Belt

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    Last time I checked Jones fought 3 middleweights. (Machida,Chael,Vitor).....
     
  11. jimmyw404

    jimmyw404 Brown Belt

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    Grats to Tito on the win!
     
  12. genecop

    genecop Silver Belt

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    Let's not forget what Tito has done for the sport....he has earned some respect...not a fan of Tito, but a fan of any of the early guys who have helped promote the Sport...
     
  13. soulflytribe

    soulflytribe Green Belt

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    Damn haters.Great win for the old guy
     
  14. Jopo

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    the fight was a gimme.

    we all understand ok
     
  15. beaglepuss

    beaglepuss Newbietown Mod

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    Fedor fought two middle weights during the height of his career, and he even managed to lose to one of them.

    Haters gonna hate...
     
  16. Phrozenspite

    Phrozenspite Black Belt

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    if anything, fights like these prove just how good some of the guys like BJ penn are who had success above their natural weight class.
     
  17. Mikedh

    Mikedh Silver Belt

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    He was way bigger, but he got called out and won. He has not won much over the past few years. He is allowed to be happy. By downplaying the win all you do is take away from Shlemenko, who is a good fighter.
     
  18. roundhouse

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    I'm looking on the bright side. Tito winning tonight means that I will get to see him take a beating at least 3 more times :icon_lol:
     
  19. xMaxPower

    xMaxPower Yellow Card Yellow Card

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    he was +425 underdog lol. its a HUGE deal that he won. its actually almost as shocking as the win he got on bader according to the odds. mostly everyone was saying that schlemenko was going to destroy tito and now that he lost theyre saying "tito was too big, it wasnt fair", acting like as if you didnt know he had the size advantage before the fight.
     
  20. BuiltRoyTough

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    Let the butt hurt flow
     

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