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Everything posted by AnthonyOTorres

  1. i thought this said ERASE YOUR DREAMS
  2. strikeforce had a hella of a show this saturday
  3. Talk of a blockbuster showdown between Quinton Rampage Jackson and James Toney is growing after Toney told the former UFC light-heavyweight champion to "sign the contract" following a public war of words. Jackson is one of several MMA fighters mocked by Toney in recent weeks, with the champion boxer claiming Rampage could not even sell out UFC 123 in Detroit. A response was issued by Jackson on Inside MMA, where he stated: "I want to fight James Toney. He's been talking a lot of crap about me". Jackson went on to promise that he would knock Toney out. UFC president Dana White had previously stated that he was "done" with what have been dubbed 'freak show' fights, after Toney's lack of wrestling was embarrassingly shown up by Randy Couture on his UFC debut in Boston. However, Jackson is promising to stand with "Lights Out", and Toney is urging Rampage to back up his words with action. "The only thing that the Fake Mr T has to do is sign the contract," Toney was quoted as saying by FightHype. "Rampage is a decent club fighter but if he thinks his club fighting style can match my skills, then he is crazy as hell." Jackson beat Lyoto Machida in his last encounter, taking a narrow decision, and he was widely expected to provide the next challenge to champion Mauricio Shogun Rua, if the Brazilian overcomes Rashad Evans. However, with that fight unlikely to happen until at least March, Rampage could be heading for what would surely prove a pay-per-view dream for the UFC. "Is he mad because I called him an Uncle Tom or because I said Detroit wouldn't accept him?" laughed Toney. "I will go on record and say he is not dumb enough to stand and trade with me. "Machida almost knocked him out, so what do you think I would do to him? I ain't hard to find; sign the contract."
  4. :lol: :lol: thats all you got son cause there aint no truth to what you speak sucka
  5. the sad part is all the people really think there tats are good . some one needs to take those machines away from those people and cut off there hands
  6. ..where do u find these horrid tats at?
  7. here is sonnens story http://www.cagepotato.com/report-sonnen-has-been-undergoing-hormone-replacement-therapy-least-past-year-and-assumed-csac-knew
  8. he must be a good friend of cert then :lol:
  9. why comment if you dont know whats up
  10. Sunday, October 31 12:35 am PT: Jake Shields, on “The Savage Dog Show,” discussing the Georges St. Pierre vs. Josh Koscheck title fight and his relationship with Koscheck: “I see it being a really close match. They have similar styles. They’re both wrestling-based. Great takedowns. … Good standup and good jiu-jitsu. It’s a close contest in my eyes. It could go either way, but again, from a business standpoint, I’m pulling slightly for GSP just because it’s a fight I’ve wanted forever.” “I’ve sparred with Josh Koscheck quite a bit. We definitely know what to expect from each other in that fight. … I wouldn’t say we’re great friends, but definitely we get along well. We don’t hangout outside of training, but we’ve always got along well inside the gym. I know a lot of people don’t like him. … He was always a good guy to me and he’s one of the hardest workers I’ve ever met. I think we’ve got a lot of mutual respect because we’re both extremely hard workers. I don’t think either one of us got here where we are off of luck or just being good athletes. We work harder than everyone else.”
  11. Brazilian heavyweight Vinicius Kappke de Quieroz has allegedly tested positive for the steroid Stanozolol following his UFC 120 undercard loss to Rob Broughton on Oct. 16 in London. News of Quieroz's test and subsequent release from the company was first reported by MMAJunkie.com on Tuesday morning, and later confirmed by Marc Ratner, UFC vice president of regulatory affairs. Since UFC 120 took place in England, the UFC acted as its own regulatory body, performing the services typically reserved for state athletic commissions in the United States. Headlining fighters Michael Bisping and Yoshihiro Akiyama tested clean, as did six other randomly-chosen fighters. Quieroz made his UFC debut in London and was on a four-fight winning streak before falling to Broughton. The Chute Boxe product is a knockout specialist, having notched all five of his career victories by KO. In his fight with Broughton, however, the “Spartan” was unable to put the Brit away early and became noticeably fatigued as the fight wore on. Broughton pounced on the hulking Brazilian in round three and sent him packing with a rear-naked choke. Stanozolol is an anabolic steroid derived from testosterone, developed in 1962 by Winthrop Laboratories. Unlike many other steroids, which must be injected, Stanozolol may be taken in tablet form. Commonly sold under the name Winstrol, the steroid is sometimes prescribed to treat anemia and hereditary angioedema. The UFC will reportedly release the findings against Quieroz to the Nevada State Athletic Commission, which may affect the fighter's license eligibility in the United States in the future
  12. who you guys got on rampage machida? i want rampage to take it but think machidas got him
  13. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Faggot_(slang)
  14. you still crying i didnt know this was english class you fuckin homo
  15. that aint gonna happen florian said he doesnt want to himself
  16. Back-to-back losses to the world-ranked Junior dos Santos and “The Ultimate Fighter” Season 10 finalist Brendan Schaub have left Gabriel Gonzaga (Pictured) on the outside looking in. Gonzaga, who fought for the UFC heavyweight championship in August 2007, was released by the UFC following his unanimous decision defeat to Schaub at UFC 121 “Lesnar vs. Velasquez” on Saturday at the Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif. Gonzaga confirmed his release via Twitter. Schuab outboxed the 31-year-old Brazilian throughout their 15-minute encounter. He pumped a left jab into Gonzaga’s face from the outset, stuffed his only takedown attempt with 90 seconds left in round one and dropped the former heavyweight title contender with a right hook. The punch punctuated a combination at the end of the first round. Gonzaga was never the same. He scored with three thudding leg kicks inside the first minute of the second period but largely abandoned those attacks as the battle deepened. Schaub, a former Golden Gloves champion, attacked both the head and body and had Gonzaga on his heels for much of their lopsided affair. A Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt, Gonzaga burst on the global scene three years ago, when he knocked out 2006 Pride Fighting Championships open weight grand prix winner Mirko “Cro Cop” Filipovic with a first-round head kick at UFC 70. One-sided losses to UFC hall of famer Randy Couture and Fabricio Werdum followed, curbing his considerable momentum. Gonzaga has not won a fight since he stopped Chris Tuchscherer on first-round punches at UFC 102 more than a year ago. That match was marred by controversy, however, as the Team Link representative belted Tuchscherer with a brutal low blow in the opening seconds.
  17. roy nelson saying he pulled out cause he could pass the test come fight night
  18. A back injury will force once-beaten heavyweight contender Shane Carwin to withdraw from his matchup with “The Ultimate Fighter” Season 10 winner Roy Nelson at UFC 125 “Resolution” on Jan. 1 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Carwin made the announcement on Tuesday. “I am going to pull out of the fight with Roy Nelson,” Carwin wrote on his blog at http://www.shane-carwin.com. “As many of you know, I have been having some back pain. I had an MRI yesterday, and I have some damage that may really require surgery. If the doctors do not have to perform surgery, then I will be out 8-12 weeks. If they do have to perform surgery, I do not know how long I will be out of action.” Based out of the Grudge Training Center in Colorado, Carwin’s last appearance in the Octagon resulted in a second-round submission loss at the hands of former UFC heavyweight king Brock Lesnar at UFC 116 in July. Though not competing in the cage, Carwin has made headlines since that defeat. In August, his name was mentioned by a U.S. attorney as one of 22 professional athletes who had obtained steroids from an Alabama pharmacy. Carwin has never before tested positive for banned substances. Before losing to Lesnar, Carwin had demolished each of his first 12 opponents. In fact, none of them even survived the first round. Since joining the UFC, Carwin has earned four lightning-quick knockouts, two of which came over divisional mainstay Gabriel Gonzaga and former UFC champion Frank Mir, respectively. Nelson, a former International Fight League heavyweight champion, finds himself on the rebound following a decision loss to Junior dos Santos in a title-eliminator bout at UFC 117 in August. He holds knockout victories over Carwin’s teammate, Brendan Schaub, and Dutch standout Stefan Struve since joining the promotion. Known for his bulbous belly, Nelson owns more than half of his wins by knockout and carries a black belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu. “I was really looking forward to fighting again, and, obviously, this is a very disappointing turn of events,” Carwin wrote. “My manager said, ‘You can’t fight the best fighters in the world with just heart. It is time to stop limping to the top of the mountain and get healthy so you can climb it on your terms.’ I have been up all night thinking about this decision and what I may be missing by making it.”
  19. i dont believe this will happen cain will hold that belt for a while .
  20. he is the one who said Brock made herring do a BACKFLIP. the gameplan for cain against JDS is simple take him down and pound his face in. Cain is gonna be champ for a long time:lol:
  21. whqats the story behind this not a good look for yall
  22. According to Hawaii News Now, UFC middleweight Chris Leben was arrested Tuesday by Honolulu police on suspicion of DUI. Leben reportedly crashed his truck while driving on the H-1 Freeway. “The Crippler” was allegedly driving with neither a license nor insurance. After being taken into custody, the former “TUF” competitor was released on $1,000 bail. This is not the first time that Leben, 30, has been accused of an alcohol-related offense. He was arrested in 2008 by Oregon police on charges of parole violation in relation to a previous DUI offense. Leben was sentenced to 35 days in jail, requiring his UFC 85 matchup with Michael Bisping to be pushed back to UFC 89. Originally from Portland, Ore., Leben moved to East Oahu, Hawaii, in 2007 to become the head coach at Icon Fitness MMA Gym. Additionally, Leben opened his own training center, Ultimate Fight School. Leben is coming off three straight wins, the first time he’s accomplished that feat since 2006. He most recently submitted Yoshihiro Akiyama at UFC 116 in July, and he’s scheduled to meet Brian Stann at UFC 125 on New Year’s Day.
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