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AnthonyOTorres

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  1. aww shit we have a weener!!!!!:confused: :lol:
  2. The fallout from UFC 125 continues, as longtime performer Brandon Vera (Pictured) and debuting lightweight Antonio McKee were cut by the promotion after respective losses at UFC 125 on New Year’s Day. UFC 125 took place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, headlined by an epic lightweight title clash between champion Frankie Edgar and unbeaten challenger Gray Maynard. Bloody Elbow on Thursday was first to report of the demise of Vera and McKee. Vera has lost three straight fights in the Octagon, falling to Thiago Silva at UFC 125. Throughout the match, the Brazilian controlled the action, taking the fight to the floor and then pounding on Vera from top position. The third round was particularly dominant for Silva, who pinned Vera against the cage and whipped looping punches at the American’s face. One such blow connected with Vera’s nose, breaking it badly. Prior to that defeat, Vera dropped contests to Randy Couture and Jon Jones, respectively. Though he debuted in the UFC as a heavyweight, the Brazilian jiu-jitsu brown belt has been fighting at 205 since losing consecutive fights to Tim Sylvia and Fabricio Werdum. Though UFC 125 marked his promotional debut, the 40-year-old McKee has been fighting since 1999. Prior to losing to Jacob Volkmann, McKee had put together a 14-0-1 record in his last 15 fights. The brown belt in judo is a veteran of the Maximum Fighting Championship and the defunct International Fight League promotions. McKee holds notable victories over Marcus Aurelio and Carlo Prater, securing 18 of his 25 wins by decision.
  3. On January 3rd the Columbian reported that UFC middleweight Chael Sonnen has plead guilty to federal money laundering charges involving Vancouver firm. An Oregon real estate agent has pleaded guilty to money laundering in connection with a mortgage fraud case involving Vancouver-based Lighthouse Financial Group, which also did business under the name Crown Point Financial Services. Chael Sonnen, 33, of West Linn, Ore., entered the plea Monday in U.S. District Court in Portland. He will be sentenced March 28. The maximum sentence is 20 years in prison and a $500,000 fine. According to a news release, Sonnen acted as the real estate agent in a transaction involving a home in Portland, and submitted a false letter and sales agreement instructing the title company to disburse $69,000 to a contractor for plumbing repairs. However, in a deal arranged by Lighthouse employees, $65,000 of the money was actually kicked back to the buyer. Federal prosecutors allege that two Lighthouse employees, Joel Rosabal and Chadwick Amsden, submitted the false loan application to a now-defunct subprime lender. The government is recommending Sonnen be sentenced to two years of probation. As part of his plea deal, Sonnen agreed to give up his Realtor’s license and pay a $10,000 fine, said Michelle Holman Kerin, the assistant U.S. attorney handling the case.
  4. aww man more sweet tats wind gods BRAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
  5. but he wont hell face the minimum like the article says
  6. who else is with me that frankie won every round AFTER the first?
  7. why are you looking up male escorts?
  8. Bump shutting this thread down . you guys new years resolution should be to stop making these gay ass threads and shut the fuck up and hop out when you see a nigga
  9. chuck liddell officially retired from mixed martial arts on Wednesday, but the former UFC light heavyweight champion will remain with the company he helped turn into the world’s biggest MMA promotion. UFC president Dana White announced Liddell’s retirement at the UFC 125 pre-fight press conference in Las Vegas. White revealed that the 41-year-old “Iceman” will be joining the ranks of the UFC brass as the company’s new executive vice president of business development. “He’s on level and on par with all the top executives. There’s about five or six of us, and Chuck Liddell is now one of them,” White said. “Chuck will be involved in many different things as vice president of business development,” added UFC CEO Lorenzo Fertitta. “He’ll be working on not only the obvious regulatory issues, fighter relations, but mainly new business development. We continue to grow here in North America, with the U.S. and Canada, but we’ve got so many more things to do around the world.” A visibly emotional Liddell took the podium for a brief statement, thanking the UFC, his fans and family for their support. “I love this sport and I’m excited going into a new stage in my life, to keep promoting the best sport in the world and the sport I love,” said Liddell, who graduated from California Polytechnic State University in 1995 with a bachelor’s degree in business and accounting. “[The UFC is] giving me the opportunity again to keep promoting and keep doing stuff now that I’m retired.” Liddell leaves MMA with a record of 21-8, and a legacy as one of the sport’s all-time biggest stars and most devastating knockout artists. After joining the UFC in 1998 and winning eight of his first 10 bouts for the promotion, Liddell became champion in 2005 with a knockout of Randy Couture. From 2005 to 2007, he ruled the UFC’s 205-pound division, racking up wins over Renato Sobral, Jeremy Horn and Tito Ortiz, twice. The Iceman’s reign ended in 2007, when he lost his title to Quinton “Rampage” Jackson. Liddell would be knocked out in the final three bouts of his career -- against Rashad Evans, Mauricio “Shogun” Rua and this past June, Rich Franklin -- prompting White to publicly voice his desire for Liddell to retire from active competition.
  10. UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez will be out six to eight months nursing an injured shoulder. Sherdog.com learned of Velasquez's injury last week from sources close to the fighter, and the information was verified today by UFC president Dana White in an interview with MMA Fighting following the UFC 125 pre-fight news conference. Velasquez was expected to defend his title in early 2011 against top contender Junior dos Santos, but that idea has been scrapped. According to White, the hopeful return date for the champ is sometime this summer. In dos Santos, Velasquez faces a massive Brazilian with knockout power in both hands. “Cigano” is undefeated since joining the UFC in 2008 and earned the top contender spot by besting “Ultimate Fighter 10” winner Roy Nelson at UFC 117 in August. With the exception of Nelson, the Black House product has finished all of his opponents inside the Octagon, including Fabricio Werdum, Mirko "Cro Cop" Filipovic and Stefan Struve. Velasquez snatched the heavyweight belt away from the monstrous Brock Lesnar at UFC 121 in October, blasting the 280-pound titleholder with crisp punches and bloodying his face. Within minutes, a wobbly Lesnar was in full retreat, and Velasquez sealed the deal with devastating ground-and-pound at 4:12 of the first frame. Undefeated in nine professional outings, the American Kickboxing Academy standout holds notable victories over former International Fight League titleholder Ben Rothwell and french kickboxer Cheick Kongo. Velasquez also holds the distinction of being only the second man to ever finish former Pride Fighting Championships champion Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira.
  11. its gonna be a long boring fight. but that diaz fight is gonna be sick also the thiago silva gonna ko vera. i got gomi over guida and i would like to see leben put stann to sleep
  12. stop it guys the thread is gonna get shut down
  13. Two-time UFC veteran Jamie Varner (16-5-2 MMA, 4-3-1 WEC) will have to wait to make his triumphant return to the octagon. Following a recent four-fight winless streak, the former WEC champion was released by Zuffa officials. News of the roster move was first reported by PunchDrunkGamer.com, and MMAjunkie.com (http://www.mmajunkie.com) subsequently confirmed Varner's release with his management. "I am ready for 2011," Varner told PunchDrunkGamer.com. "There will be some changes in my game. "It has been a nice ride with the WEC, but it's time for a change. Perhaps UFC will be in my future down the road. ... We shall see." Varner made his UFC debut in August 2006. The Arizona native suffered a submission loss to Hermes Franca at UFC 62 before bouncing back with an octagon win over Jason Gilliam at UFC 68 in March 2007. From there, Varner took his talents to the WEC, where he went on a four-fight win streak and claimed the WEC's lightweight title with a February 2008 win over "Razor" Rob McCullough. Varner went on to successfully defend the title twice, including a controversial January 2009 victory over rival Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone. Ahead on the cards in the fifth and final round of the WEC 38, Varner was tagged with an illegal knee on the ground and was declared unfit to continue. The stoppage resulted in a technical split-decision victory for Varner, though he was widely vilified by MMA fans following the bout. The win was Varner's final victory in the WEC cage. Varner saw his lightweight title wrapped around Ben Henderson's waist following a third-round submission loss this past January, and he returned in June in a split draw with Kamal Shalorus. Varner was then defeated by Cerrone via unanimous decision in a September rematch before being submitted by Shane Roller at December's WEC 53, the final event in the promotion's history.
  14. i can believe that but this source is pretty credible so yeah im pretty sure well see brock wrasslin the undertaker this year.
  15. Enough about pettis now lets talk bout how brock is done . LOL According to Dave Meltzer of Yahoo! Sports/Wrestling Observer, Brock is currently looking for an "exit strategy" from the UFC. Meltzer said on his radio show that the fight with Velasquez has changed Brock's attitude on fighting and he is at the stage in his life where he doesn't want to get injured. He's very well off financially and the business man in him apparently knows that it may be time to move on. Meltzer also mentioned that Brock hasn't trained a single day since the Velasquez fight nor he has returned any phone calls to Dana or Zuffa about upcoming matches. Dave pointed out if Brock was motivated, he would be right back in the gym training and bringing in new coaches with the goal of beating Cain yet he isn't doing that. He's hunting and hasn't even thought about his next fight. Lesnar apparently wants to do WrestleMania "badly" and will earn an estimated 2 million dollars for 30 minutes of work. Everything is pointing towards Brock having one more fight and ending his contract. His head doesn't seem to be in the fighting game and it looks like it was just yet another successful business move.
  16. you niggas really cant give up the dream just give it up. and moderators i hate to break the news to you but you no you aint gonna stop th shit talkin and bullshit you should just delete the snitching this is the internet were pussies can hide behind a screen name and a computer where they cant be seen . so people will talk shit get over it plain and simple. but fuck a thread
  17. this thread is done son LOL you will never stop the bullshit its the fuckin mr. internet internet police man:lol:
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