Discussion in 'The Lightweights' started by Priceinator, Jan 19, 2015.
JayElectra. That fucker knows his shit.
i'm so dumb i'm still trying to figure out why it bleeped out his name
I think a lot of you are overlooking Jim Cozad. Just my opinion tho.
As a general rule of thumb, anyone who spends a considerable amount of time in the Worldwide MMA subforum is a better poster than anyone who posts exclusively in the UFC subforum (ignoring OT/Gheyberry/Multimedia/etc. subforums).
Definitely could have been less convoluted,.. But the quality of a product is often directly proportional to its consumer base. I don't doubt your opinion of then vs. now on here, but the TS disagrees. I'm just curious about the numbers because they can provide another opinion.'
The niche/subcultural push for acceptance while maintaining street cred is how we want our favorite obscure bands/sports/etc. to make it big without "selling out."
Jack V Savage
So pretty much the summary of the OP?
What happened in 2012?
There are a lot of good posters. Most are awful though.
I miss Free MMAson.
Why, thank you.
A few regulars from that betting thread, "a guy", and a few WMMA thread regulars like JarlSkud and Thirdpress who occasionally come here to comment something WMMA related.
Nope. Book editor. But if we're boiling things down to genre, that would be more econ than sociology.
What is a "heavy?"
Also FallonFoxGOAT turned out to be OK, JayElectra and Hans Gercimov are good contributors.
Take off you hoser!!
youre a TUF noob and can go fuck yourself.
and this is a massive forum with every demographic. scroll past comments you dont like it takes like a couple inches of mouse wheel but I know you can do it.
theres no such thing as "best poster". watch the sport and enjoy and post some bullshit comments from time to time for fun.
FreeMMAson had the best AV on the site.
Lol. Fair. Fair but stern.
SeattleFightFan, Steve08, shonuf, Speeit, Non, Towelie by KO, Ravden, Augustus, That209, tkotom, Petey... I'm sure there are more I could mention but I'm not good with names.
Separate names with a comma.