Bones Jones says "no thx" to portly B-movie star Seagal

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DoTheMMAth
9/29/11 10:11:21AM
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The bloated B-movie action star made a surprise phone call to "Bones" prior to his UFC 135 title fight opposite "Rampage" Jackson back on Sept. 24 in Denver, Colorado. But what did he have to say? Jones details his "strange" conversation with Seagal in a recent appearance on the Jim Rome show.
grappler0000
9/29/11 10:30:24AM
MMA's version of a high level ambulance chaser.
emfleek
9/29/11 10:47:45AM

Posted by grappler0000

MMA's version of a high level ambulance chaser.



prophecy033
9/29/11 12:11:42PM
As if his role in Machete wasn't bad enough, we gotta hear about him trying to cling to relevance by getting in with these fighters. Don't get me wrong, I live me some B-rated movies but he should just leave it at that
Twenty20Dollars
9/29/11 12:41:06PM
I think B-movie star is a strech for Seagal, I'd have him lower.


Jones did say if it was Jet Li that would he would have let him in or whatever.
kingsmasher
9/29/11 12:47:26PM

Posted by grappler0000

MMA's version of a high level ambulance chaser.




WOW this is one of the best quotes I have ever read on any blog....mad props...lmao
emfleek
9/29/11 12:50:06PM

Posted by Twenty20Dollars

I think B-movie star is a strech for Seagal, I'd have him lower.



WHAT!?!?!?!?!

I think Seagal's impact on the Hollywood scene and his legacy as an actor are clearly defined in the epic 1996 film Executive Decision. His most career-defining role to date!

Boo_Radley21
9/29/11 1:02:32PM
When I saw the interview with Ariel I seriously thought Segal was just really drunk or fucked up on some drugs. The way he talks and just everything about him, theres something not right with this guy
kingsmasher
9/29/11 1:31:32PM

Posted by Boo_Radley21

When I saw the interview with Ariel I seriously thought Segal was just really drunk or fucked up on some drugs. The way he talks and just everything about him, theres something not right with this guy



Definitely interesting interview...I thought he was trying to build a mystique around himself and he was drunk on his own juice...Loved him deflecting how figths would go and that every fight hes picked right and the outcome...

Seagal needs to come to the playground and start picking with the rest of us...
MiniMan
9/29/11 1:42:40PM
People need to ease up a little, Segal knows his shit. I didnt like him much, Until I watched Lawman, It showed you he really is gifted. Life is to short to talk trash about someone who is different, Let alone anybody.

I never seen anyone 'push' 2 bullet's though the same hole, After relaxing his aim too. I know its easy to pick on the guy, But he is great. So he made some money doing shitty films, Who cares.

I really wish he was younger because he would be a killer in the UFC. Hate on me if it makes you feel better, Just my honest opinion. Peace
emfleek
9/29/11 1:45:00PM

Posted by MiniMan

I never seen anyone 'push' 2 bullet's though the same hole



If by "bullets" you really mean "knuckles", cowcatcher does that to himself all the time.

grappler0000
9/29/11 2:57:00PM

Posted by MiniMan

People need to ease up a little, Segal knows his shit. I didnt like him much, Until I watched Lawman, It showed you he really is gifted. Life is to short to talk trash about someone who is different, Let alone anybody.

I never seen anyone 'push' 2 bullet's though the same hole, After relaxing his aim too. I know its easy to pick on the guy, But he is great. So he made some money doing shitty films, Who cares.

I really wish he was younger because he would be a killer in the UFC. Hate on me if it makes you feel better, Just my honest opinion. Peace



I don't have a problem with his movies...I've even enjoyed a few in my day. I don't even have a problem with the way he carries himself. I may poke fun at his current physical condition from time to time, but I realize he's put his time into martial arts. My beef is how he's gonna try and step into a fighter's locker room the night of a fight and try to steal the thunder around his victory. He didn't train with Jones during his training camp, but rest assured he'd be willing to take credit for his accomplishments for a 5 minute pep talk prior to the fight. His interview with Ariel explains everything. It's not difficult to read between the lines with everything he said. He may have some MA skills, but he's far from a master of psychology. "Shady" barely touches on what Mr. Seagal is up to these days.
Chael_Sonnen
9/29/11 3:06:50PM
Not a surpise, Steven probably wouldn't be able to fit through the door anyway
gartface
9/29/11 3:08:12PM

Posted by prophecy033

As if his role in Machete wasn't bad enough, we gotta hear about him trying to cling to relevance by getting in with these fighters. Don't get me wrong, I live me some B-rated movies but he should just leave it at that



I loved him in Machete. I thought he played that role brilliantly. Puñeta!
KungFuMaster
9/30/11 11:30:46AM

Posted by MiniMan

People need to ease up a little, Segal knows his shit. I didnt like him much, Until I watched Lawman, It showed you he really is gifted. Life is to short to talk trash about someone who is different, Let alone anybody.

I never seen anyone 'push' 2 bullet's though the same hole, After relaxing his aim too. I know its easy to pick on the guy, But he is great. So he made some money doing shitty films, Who cares.

I really wish he was younger because he would be a killer in the UFC. Hate on me if it makes you feel better, Just my honest opinion. Peace



Bruce Lee and Steven Seagal are the only two martial arts practitioner who I think would have been great and most likely dominating if they were competing in mma in their time.

Lee has proven he was a real fighter and was the first mma fighter to employ techniques from various arts.

Although I have never seen Seagal in an actual fight, I have seen many of his training clips. IMO, he would have owned the UFC LHW division in his prime. In his training, exhibition and demonstration clips, one can see Seagal moves with accuracy and fluidity which is very difficult to do even if it was staged.

The guy has a lot of talent. He has been trained in Eastern art and philosophy by which many will just assume he is weird.

Props for standing up to the masses.

On a side note, I thought Cowcatcher pulled a fast one on me when I could not log on.
cowcatcher
9/30/11 11:45:22AM

Posted by KungFuMaster

On a side note, I thought Cowcatcher pulled a fast one on me when I could not log on.



KungFuMaster
9/30/11 11:51:26AM

Posted by cowcatcher


Posted by KungFuMaster

On a side note, I thought Cowcatcher pulled a fast one on me when I could not log on.






Manak
9/30/11 12:10:47PM

Posted by KungFuMaster


Posted by MiniMan

People need to ease up a little, Segal knows his shit. I didnt like him much, Until I watched Lawman, It showed you he really is gifted. Life is to short to talk trash about someone who is different, Let alone anybody.

I never seen anyone 'push' 2 bullet's though the same hole, After relaxing his aim too. I know its easy to pick on the guy, But he is great. So he made some money doing shitty films, Who cares.

I really wish he was younger because he would be a killer in the UFC. Hate on me if it makes you feel better, Just my honest opinion. Peace



Bruce Lee and Steven Seagal are the only two martial arts practitioner who I think would have been great and most likely dominating if they were competing in mma in their time.

Lee has proven he was a real fighter and was the first mma fighter to employ techniques from various arts.

Although I have never seen Seagal in an actual fight, I have seen many of his training clips. IMO, he would have owned the UFC LHW division in his prime. In his training, exhibition and demonstration clips, one can see Seagal moves with accuracy and fluidity which is very difficult to do even if it was staged.

The guy has a lot of talent. He has been trained in Eastern art and philosophy by which many will just assume he is weird.

Props for standing up to the masses.

On a side note, I thought Cowcatcher pulled a fast one on me when I could not log on.




Has any one see the movie IP Man, cause he would kill everyone

But that movie is awesome seriously great movie and a must watch, it about bruce lee's master

Plus Bruce Lee is kinda of the founder of mma as in he pretty much was like they are aot of wasted movements in certain disciplines that arent realistic to real fighting so he took them out and create pure fighting kung fu style
KungFuMaster
9/30/11 12:54:10PM

Posted by Manak


Posted by KungFuMaster


Posted by MiniMan

People need to ease up a little, Segal knows his shit. I didnt like him much, Until I watched Lawman, It showed you he really is gifted. Life is to short to talk trash about someone who is different, Let alone anybody.

I never seen anyone 'push' 2 bullet's though the same hole, After relaxing his aim too. I know its easy to pick on the guy, But he is great. So he made some money doing shitty films, Who cares.

I really wish he was younger because he would be a killer in the UFC. Hate on me if it makes you feel better, Just my honest opinion. Peace



Bruce Lee and Steven Seagal are the only two martial arts practitioner who I think would have been great and most likely dominating if they were competing in mma in their time.

Lee has proven he was a real fighter and was the first mma fighter to employ techniques from various arts.

Although I have never seen Seagal in an actual fight, I have seen many of his training clips. IMO, he would have owned the UFC LHW division in his prime. In his training, exhibition and demonstration clips, one can see Seagal moves with accuracy and fluidity which is very difficult to do even if it was staged.

The guy has a lot of talent. He has been trained in Eastern art and philosophy by which many will just assume he is weird.

Props for standing up to the masses.

On a side note, I thought Cowcatcher pulled a fast one on me when I could not log on.




Has any one see the movie IP Man, cause he would kill everyone

But that movie is awesome seriously great movie and a must watch, it about bruce lee's master

Plus Bruce Lee is kinda of the founder of mma as in he pretty much was like they are aot of wasted movements in certain disciplines that arent realistic to real fighting so he took them out and create pure fighting kung fu style



I have seen bits of it. Donnie Yen is the main character. It is a shame he did not do this movie a lot sooner.

Donnie Yen would have been the Chinese Icon if Jet Li and Jackie Chan were out of the picture. Chan and Li proved to be more likable and so Yen was forced to pursue his other passions which are directing and producing.

IMO, Donnie Yen would have been a better international superstar than Jet Li. If you ever watch some of his early movies, you will get to see his true speed and physique which is much more impressive than Jet Li's.
kingsmasher
9/30/11 5:10:04PM

Posted by grappler0000

MMA's version of a high level ambulance chaser.




hAD TO COME READ THIS AGGAIN FOR A GOOD LAUGH...
Bubbles
9/30/11 10:56:34PM

Posted by KungFuMaster

Bruce Lee and Steven Seagal are the only two martial arts practitioner who I think would have been great and most likely dominating if they were competing in mma in their time.



no mention of Chuck Norris?
prophecy033
10/1/11 1:03:02AM

Posted by Manak


Posted by KungFuMaster


Posted by MiniMan

People need to ease up a little, Segal knows his shit. I didnt like him much, Until I watched Lawman, It showed you he really is gifted. Life is to short to talk trash about someone who is different, Let alone anybody.

I never seen anyone 'push' 2 bullet's though the same hole, After relaxing his aim too. I know its easy to pick on the guy, But he is great. So he made some money doing shitty films, Who cares.

I really wish he was younger because he would be a killer in the UFC. Hate on me if it makes you feel better, Just my honest opinion. Peace



Bruce Lee and Steven Seagal are the only two martial arts practitioner who I think would have been great and most likely dominating if they were competing in mma in their time.

Lee has proven he was a real fighter and was the first mma fighter to employ techniques from various arts.

Although I have never seen Seagal in an actual fight, I have seen many of his training clips. IMO, he would have owned the UFC LHW division in his prime. In his training, exhibition and demonstration clips, one can see Seagal moves with accuracy and fluidity which is very difficult to do even if it was staged.

The guy has a lot of talent. He has been trained in Eastern art and philosophy by which many will just assume he is weird.

Props for standing up to the masses.

On a side note, I thought Cowcatcher pulled a fast one on me when I could not log on.




Has any one see the movie IP Man, cause he would kill everyone

But that movie is awesome seriously great movie and a must watch, it about bruce lee's master

Plus Bruce Lee is kinda of the founder of mma as in he pretty much was like they are aot of wasted movements in certain disciplines that arent realistic to real fighting so he took them out and create pure fighting kung fu style

A few of us have seen it. Check the "Last Movie you Watched" thread in the locker room forum
KungFuMaster
10/1/11 4:06:05AM

Posted by Bubbles


Posted by KungFuMaster

Bruce Lee and Steven Seagal are the only two martial arts practitioner who I think would have been great and most likely dominating if they were competing in mma in their time.



no mention of Chuck Norris?



I love Chuck and he would have been good - just not great.
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