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AnthonyOTorres

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  1. exactley what will happen to that little fuck:lol:
  2. Two-time Ultimate Fighting Championship veteran and “The Ultimate Fighter” Season 4 participant Jeremy Jackson has reportedly been handed a sentence of 25 years to life for the 2008 rape of his former girlfriend. Jackson, 28, was sentenced by Judge Rebecca Riley of California’s Ventura County Superior Court on Monday, according to a report from the Ventura County Star. The fighter pleaded guilty on Dec. 13 to multiple charges stemming from the alleged June 2008 incident, including forcible rape. Per the report, on June 28, 2008, Jackson sent a series of “erratic and threatening” text messages to the unnamed Oxnard, Calif., woman before raping her at gunpoint with a BB gun. Jackson allegedly later admitted to planning the crime in secretly recorded telephone conversations. Prosecutor Thomas Dunlevy told the Ventura County Star that Jackson, who has been jailed since his arrest on June 30, 2008, was potentially facing 60 years to life. A California native, Jackson is perhaps best known for his brief stint on “TUF 4,” during which he was ejected from the reality show by UFC President Dana White for leaving the filming premises without permission, allegedly to rendezvous with a female lifeguard. Despite not competing in the tournament, Jackson fought at the season finale against Pete Spratt, to whom Jackson submitted in the second round after suffering an apparent neck injury. Jackson has not competed in a sanctioned MMA contest since March 2007
  3. :lol: like i said silva will kill him
  4. whats up with clowns talking about shit they have no clue about
  5. :lol: :lol: thats some deep shit funny as hell though
  6. got a flick of all of them near eachother?
  7. anderson is gonna kill belfort. guida will lose to pettis and overeem will dominate the grand prix
  8. was there a reason to go over me when there was hella space everywhere else???
  9. USAToday.com has picked up on Kimbo Slice making his pro wrestling debut on February 5th for the IGF wrestling promotion in Japan. The story notes, "Kevin "Kimbo Slice" Ferguson has turned his back on competition entirely to embrace entertainment. The former backyard brawler-turned-mixed-martial-artist will perform Feb. 5 in Japan during a professional wrestling bout with ex-sumo wrestler Shinichi "Wakakirin" Suzukawa, the Inoki Genome Federation announced Tuesday. Ferguson previously expressed interest in boxing after the Ultimate Fighting Championship released him last year, but his enthusiasm has been lacking, promoter Jared Shaw told MMA Fighting
  10. a bitch that knocked your leader out twice and stood in front of four of you niggas and nothing was done to him. :lol: hop out yo car next time fuckboy
  11. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-udQzWBtNOg
  12. none of those KIDS put in work they do pussy shit they dont got the heart to be gangstas
  13. naw but my niggas will stop that pussy stay your ass in the house fuckboy
  14. Incoming WEC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis now has a potential opponent for his UFC debut. On a Tuesday media conference call to promote the UFC’s Jan. 22 “Fight for the Troops 2” event, UFC President Dana White confirmed that a matchup between Pettis and fan favorite Clay Guida is under consideration. “It’s not a done deal, but that’s the fight we’re talking about,” said White, who did not specify when or where the bout might take place. Heavy.com on Monday reported that the Pettis-Guida clash was being targeted for either UFC 130, which takes place May 28 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, or UFC 131, an event rumored to be held at Rogers Arena in Vancouver on June 11. After defeating Benson Henderson in a 25-minute classic at WEC 53 on Dec. 16, Pettis was crowned the final WEC 155-pound champ and guaranteed a crack at the winner of UFC champion Frankie Edgar and Gray Maynard’s Jan. 1 rematch at UFC 125. After Edgar and Maynard fought to a five-round split draw and UFC brass announced that the pair would square off once again before Pettis’ title shot, “Showtime” and his team made it clear that the 23-year-old would not sit out as Edgar and Maynard complete their trilogy. Little known at the start of 2010, Pettis rose to prominence with four impressive victories in the past 12 months. The Duke Roufus-trained fighter became an overnight sensation when he landed a spectacular, off-the-cage kick against Henderson in the final minute of their title bout. Once viewed as the UFC’s premier l55-pound gatekeeper, Guida has surged into title contention with his last three outings. After submitting Shannon Gugerty and breaking the jaw of Rafael dos Anjos in 2010, “The Carpenter” began his new year with an impressive guillotine submission of former Pride lightweight champion Takanori Gomi at UFC 125. Guida holds an overall UFC record of 8-5 since entering the promotion in 2006.
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