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UFC 2 is p4p the most underrated card in the history of the sport

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  1. ReasonableMMAFan Banned Banned

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    It was a sixteen man tournament, all fought in a single night. Nuf said. But why do so many people overlook it?
     
  2. chitoortiz Silver Belt

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  3. Credo Proper Gold

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    Fred Ettish was robbed!!
     
  4. flurbi** Banned Banned

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    What's your point?
     
  5. chitoortiz Silver Belt

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    Fred Ettish is my point.

    Questioning my point is pointless.
     
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    No im asking what it was? i dont even know his name or credentials, even after youve named him
     
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    Prime Anthony Kiedis was unstoppable.
     
  8. basementdweller Black Belt

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    it's interesting but a tournament in a single day is no good. evidenced by the fact that some bullshido fighter won the very next UFC as a final replacement. those UFCs are still fun as hell!
     
  9. chitoortiz Silver Belt

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    go watch UFC 2.

    You wont' miss Fred, nor ever forget him again.
     
  10. Aluminati Oberst der Wolgadeutschen

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    You have no idea how much of a warrior this man is and was. Got his first victory at 53, fighting a man who was half his age.
    Also, it gave us Remco Pardoel, the best wingman my favorite convict could ever ask for (and his vicious elbows).
    You can see Pat Smith literally learning the guillotine choke and pulling one out of his ass, before landing the most damaging elbows (repeated elbows to the back of the head from high back mount) I'd seen since Paul Herrera nearly died against Goodridge.
    Such an underrated event.
     
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    Ninja cop is not bullshido. He went Rural Alabama truck stop arrest on Harold Howard.
    Steve Jennum is GOAT @ Police Brutality.
     
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    I honestly had no idea White Goodman from Dodgeball was in the UFC, holy shit!
     
  13. chitoortiz Silver Belt

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    i do actually.
     
  14. Prob the best reply ever
     
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    Ufc two is what started this for me.

    I remember watching that shizz on vhs and shitting myself that bloodsport was an actual real life thang.

    Pat Smith vs weird exploding nose ninja was teh best.
     
  16. Cro cop is goat at police brutality
     
  17. flurbi** Banned Banned

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    So i looked up fred Ettish, saw this very moving video.

    Guys watch it, its short 5mins. I think you will like it

     
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    Most of the guys in the first few UFC's were horrible. Ettish being one of them.
     
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    The "sport" was so unregulated back then, what would happen to you in the cage was a massive unknown.

    The courage of those men at that time was amazing.
     
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    Getting into the cage at that time took far more courage than it does now. It doesn't elevate their skill levels, but it does elevate them as men.
     

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