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Will A Fighter Ever Not Celebrate A Win?

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  1. DoUEvenLiftBro Brown Belt

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    What was with Krause celebrating? He didn't do anything to be acting like that. It seems fighters are always so impressed with themselves, they never recognize reality
     
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    he threw a kick that fucked up his ankle.... and then won
     
  3. knuckleroll** Purple Belt

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    There was a fight in the ufc or bellator somewhat recently that ended in a similar fashion and the "winner" didn't look happy. No clue who it was.
     
  4. dmtpanic Brown Belt

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    So fighters shouldn't celebrate the fruits of their hard work?

    Are you just one of those people who look for ANYTHING to bitch about?

    Look, I get there's something to admire about a fighter who acts like he's won before but there's still nothing wrong with ever celebrating a win.
     
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    anderson/cote
     
  6. Fiddlesticks Purple Belt

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    I don't think Glover celebrated when he knocked out Bader.
     
  7. Jermei Steel Belt Platinum Member

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    He won an mma fight not a hockey fight. Big difference.
     
  8. SuperNerd Season Mode.

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    $, relief.
     
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    don't think he did either. he looked VERY dissapointed in his performance. but my god, dat ass in your avi*.
     
  10. 7437 Banned Banned

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    uriah hall didn't look very happy when he knocked that guys head off on tuff
     
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    Watch fedors reactions...
     
  12. SocraticMethod Kingmaker

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    Hamill didn't celebrate his win over Jones.
     
  13. unknown2dark Purple Belt

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    9/10
     
  14. The Komodo Blue Belt

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    Mark Hunt normally walks away after getting the KO.
     
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    Hammil vs Jones
     
  17. Heikki Mustola Slightly Psychotic

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    Why wouldn't they be happy? They usually get more money for wins.
     
  19. KAZSoliloquy Steel Belt

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    Why do you care? lmao quit your crying
     
  20. Readybodisready Banned Banned

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    Anderson didn't celebrate in any way when Cote blew his knee out.

    Weidman celebrates the most brutal of injuries if he is the winner.
     

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