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Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by EndlessCritic, May 25, 2014.

  1. EndlessCritic Steel Belt

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    If Barao won last night like he was supposed to.

    "lol. We all knew dillashaw had no chance. UFC selling wolf tickets pretending like he could have won."

    Dillashaw wins

    "lol. UFC calling Barao a p4p top fighter. UFC selling wolf tickets trying to hype him up"


    The UFC can't win.
     
  2. Bacon Bits Banned Banned

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    Welcome to Sherdog. Where everyone is either overrated or overhyped.
     
  3. DizzyYeahYeah Red Belt

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    This coming from the guy who bashes Bellator any chance he gets.

    The UFC are big boys, they can take care of themselves.

    Dana was trying to convince the MMA community that Barao was #1 P4P. He wasn't.
     
  4. ProBoxingInsidr Banned Banned

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    this wolf tickets phrase thing is about the most annoying thing since kids started thinking it was cool to sag their pants
     
  5. SocraticMethod Kingmaker

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    Your criticisms may be endless, but in this case they are valid.
     
  6. emperor Red Belt

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    The only time I ever use the ignore function is when I see the term "wolf tickets." It's just such a great barometer that whatever this person has to say is not worth my time.

    You do have a point though.
     
  7. ProBoxingInsidr Banned Banned

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    to be fair, its a term that shows you are truly dedicated to sherdog and will follow all the latest cool trends. i would say it has replaced the term "white knight," but unfortunately, that one is still around too, along with its cousin "jumped the shark."
     
  8. ShreddinMMA Gold Belt

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    I think many people who expected Barao to win (like me) also were loling at calling him p4p #1.

    What TJ did was impressive and it surprised me. But I doubt many people held Barao p4p #1 besides Dana. Everyone thinks that title either belongs to Jones or Aldo.
     
  9. emperor Red Belt

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    It's a term that shows you get your A-material from Nick Diaz, that paragon of wit. It's a term that shows you're blissfully ignorant of a term that has been around since the freaking 60s but decided it became fresh and clever because you heard Nick Diaz say it once. It's a term that shows that you don't even know what it means because I so rarely see anyone on this site actually use it correctly.
     
  10. DatsWhatSheSaid Purple Belt

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    Wolf ticket, or woof ticket, is a slang phrase meaning a verbal threat, criticism, or insult used to intimidate an opponent.
     
  11. EndlessCritic Steel Belt

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    Are you referring to yourself or me, because I don't love or hate promotions, I just love good fights.
     
  12. Sosua Yeah nah

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    Have you been called a shill yet?

    Tends to happen with level headed thinking that could vaguely be perceived to support the organisation which is the only reason this forum exists.
     
  13. Charlie Sheen Invisible Belt

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    I agree with you on this one, EC.
     
  14. IngaVovchanchyn Plutonium Belt Platinum Member

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    Not where I grew up. A person is selling woof tickets when they talk tough with no intentions to back it up. It is synonymous with bluffing, but more narrowly relating to a fight.
     
  15. King Kong Bundy** Orange Belt

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    everything is wolf tickets.
     
  16. Furious George Red Belt

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    ~used the term wolf tickets alot as a child crew~
    ~called out a guy who was talking a whole bunch but doing jack shit as handing out wolf tickets crew~
     
  17. yep.

    In truth - a great fight between two great fighters.
     
  18. glennrod Just like mountain, ya paying your dues

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    The term "wolf tickets" has stuck with me and some of my friends now . and I think its funny too, its just like giving nick diaz a "nod" when you are bullshittin with each other. no need to be so judgemental son :icon_neut
     
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    wolf-tickets x dick riding = cure for cancer. Note. This may be my new sig.
     
  20. elzar Red Belt

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    welcome to sherdog, where the occasional poster (you, for example) thinks everyone is incapable of nuanced viewpoints.
     

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