Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by damson, Aug 3, 2015.
Technically it's true right?
GDP per capita (PPP): UK - $39,511, Ireland - $49,195
GNI per capita (PPP): UK - $38,370, Ireland - $40,820
Human Development Index rank: UK - 14, Ireland - 11
Economist's quality of life index rank: UK - 27, Ireland - 12
OECD quality of life index rank: UK - 16, Ireland - 12
In short, Ireland is richer, more developed, and has a higher quality of life than the UK. Compare that to Wales and Northern Ireland, which are in the UK and among the poorest and most deprived places in Western Europe.
Because he's not.
Ireland is not in the UK.
He's not a champ, he's a #1 contender with a belt.
Don't you even geography damson?
That was a non-title alley fight.
Lee Murray is. Technically.
What the fuck. At first I thought damn I was drunk last night, I don't remember posting that at all. Then I saw the date. lol
Michael Bisping is the People's Champ...................of the UK.
Nice lol. I didn't even notice this was a bumped thread. Not too old though
You shouldn't troll so hard, it's bad for your health.
At least Cain is still the first Mexican champ.
I've seen the bbc report it as so.
He did KO Tito back in the day
I've never seen it mentioned here, much less people mad about it.
TS is a clown.
from what I understand
Northern Ireland is part of the UK
Conor McGregor is from the Republic of Ireland
pls no bully if I'm wrong
Ireland actually wants to be an independent country, it's Scotland that can't do it on it's own and needs England to look after them.
lol get a load of this nerd
The Republic of Ireland (Eire) is NOT part of the United Kingdom - they're part of The British Isles though.
Here's how it works:
Great Britain = England, Scotland and Wales
United Kingdom = England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland
British Isles = England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and Ireland
Saying he could be the first champion from The British Isles would be technically correct - but why not just say Ireland?
The problems with Ireland and Northern Ireland cause a lot of friction - hence the UK part hitting a nerve with the Irish.
Are there like 2 different Irish people, or just one nation divided in two countries ? I am asking Irish people from either side.
Separate names with a comma.