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UFC Legend Lyoto Machida talks about Jon Jones drug issues

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  1. iLikeBirds Blue Belt

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    http://www.tatame.com.br/lyoto-anal...ele-nao-e-mais-um-garoto-e-um-pai-de-familia/


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  2. chunglii No Me Duele

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    [Insert pee joke here]
     
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    Machida fathers Jones.
     
  5. yookfarb Red Belt

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  6. The Green Lantern Beware My Power...

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    Incorrect thread title. Machida is not a legend. Legendary pee drinker, maybe. But UFC legend? Nah.
     
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    I bet this turns into a discussion on whether he is a legend or not
     
  8. callofdutyNBA Brown Belt

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    The Dragon !!!

    Machida #GoatMartialArtist
     
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    he sure sounds pissed off
     
  10. IIIIIIII Titanium Belt

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    no. athletes are not, and should not, be role models. end of story.
     
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    Yes they should. MMA is big now. And MMA fighters are warriors, disciplined and honorable athletles [at least they should be]. Every martial art has its philosophy and respect.
     
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  13. Vegesus44 Black Belt

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    Influence is the key word I think.
     
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    Ba dum... Tsss!
     
  15. iLikeBirds Blue Belt

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    So, he's just a decent fighter? A guy who is fighting in the highest level of the sport for almost a decade. Shogun has 3 decent years, and is an inquestionable legend. BJ Penn wins 5 big fights and is considereded the greatest of his division. Lyoto for sure is a legend.
     
  16. IIIIIIII Titanium Belt

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    so it's up to jon jones to raise your kid? where do you fit into this equation? what if jones comes up to your kid and tells him or her to do something you don't approve of? does his opinion override yours?

    take care of your own damn kids. people are lazy as hell nowadays.
     
  17. IIIIIIII Titanium Belt

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    it doesn't matter, in my opinion. you can't expect other adults who are not related to you to be moral heroes in society. they have no obligation to make a good impression on your kid.

    people must be trolling me, right? god i hope so.
     
  18. iLikeBirds Blue Belt

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    Nowadays, whetever you want it or not, MMA fighters influences millions of young people. Kids are fullfilling gyms, and training bjj, muai thay, boxing, and their idols are guys such as GSP, Royce, Anderson, Machida, and they train and want to be, someday, great as those fighters. And what those fighters do will eventually influence those kids.
     
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    I thought the same thing.
     
  20. DarthChen731 Double Yellow Card Double Yellow Card

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    Lol beat you to it
     

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