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Join Date: Apr 2004
Location: Ontario, Canada
Re: MMA Discussion Thread
Originally Posted by Punter
This weeks TTTHS
"Get off me Damian"
Was going to post this myself, but you beat me to it. It was hilarious, as always. "Randy, you've been bald since you were fuckin' 12. Know what? Not only are you banned from UFC events, you're banned from even thinking about the UFC. You know those scarfs you love? I'm going to buy out the manufacturer and burn their factory to the ground"
Also loving the real side of Chael Sonnen and him as a coach overall. Alot of people hate on the character he plays, but he's been outstanding on the show. I love Sonnen the fight promoter, but I think I love Sonnen the person even more. Real down to earth and nice guy. The speech he gave to Uriah Hall was great.
Agreed, his whole spiel about failure being an option and it's okay sometimes was great. Shows he's not some arrogant prick like he comes across as when he's hyping fights. I'm sure this side will disappoint viewers though cause they were expecting Sonnen to annoy the hell out of Jones the entire season and spout one liners.
Huge Sonnen fan, but the one liners would drive more viewers away then in imo. 10 weeks of Chael sprouting one liners (as good as they may be) would get really old. Cheals only good in small doses in interviews, not a whole season of a show. Chael, the real person not the character is better suited for this reality series. Just shows how great of a coach he really is.
Troll/Fight promoter Chael is still awesome though
I do have one question for anyone who might feel that Dwayne Johnson "owes" the business. Is it just him, or is it anyone who moved on to other things? Should Luna Vachon get heat for running a towing company instead of working on RAW? Should Maven be critiqued on his Home Shopping Network bits instead of wrestling?
Or is it only the ones who go on to highly visible careers in movies that owe something? Why do Johnson (who left after putting people over, doing the traditionally "right thing") and Lesnar (who did not; except for making Eddie a legitimate star) get called sell-outs who "forgot where they came from" when someone who retires to do some regular job get credit (as they should) for moving on and making it without falling into a sea of addiction?