Cain "Theseus" Velasquez?

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POLL: Is "Theseus" a fitting nickname for Cain?
Yes 25% (9)
No 75% (27)
grappler0000
2/21/10 2:19:53AM
Is it a fitting nickname?
cloud301336
2/21/10 7:06:47PM
sorry grappler unless that means something else in Spanish, its not very good, idk if most people even know what that means. its funny what it means though. lol
CwB
2/21/10 7:22:26PM
Well,Excuse me for being retarded. (to quote the great Petter Griffin)

I am one of those who dont get know what it means. Sounds Greek or somethin...
lohmann
2/21/10 8:24:32PM
I laughed.

Funny (but fleeting).

EDIT: For those who do not get it, Theseus was the Greek hero that slayed the minotaur. Velasquez will in all likelihood accomplish much more, so to nickname him after this victory would be a little shortsighted.
grappler0000
2/21/10 11:49:15PM

Posted by lohmann

Velasquez will in all likelihood accomplish much more, so to nickname him after this victory would be a little shortsighted.



Well, in all fairness, fighters don't usually get a nickname in the twilight of their career.
BustedKnuckle
2/24/10 6:14:43PM
dosmnt flow very good. So i say no.
hate4thestate
2/25/10 2:40:22PM
cain SMASH! velasquez?

or maybe cain the caveman velasquez.

not bashing just saying he beats people with brutal force.

or maybe cain the conqueror?
emfleek
2/25/10 2:47:42PM
Cain "No BS" Velasquez
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