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Joe Lauzon vs. Nick Gullo grappling match

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Made because White's friend -- Nick "The Tooth" Gullo -- apparently was a bit overanxious in talking about grappling, White asked Lauzon to grapple with Gullo prior to UFC on Fox 5 with some cash on the line. Every time Lauzon would submit Gullo, he'd earn $1000 to $2500 for every time Gullo could submit Lauzon.

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that was awesome. those attempted throws by the tooth were pitiful. hell of a payday for joe

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Posted by Shawn91111

Rogan is like "hes a FUCKING professional fighter"



It amazes me, the people who have probably been athletes most of their lives, are jacked, popular, good looking, or any combination of the above, which results in them not being respectful of the skill level of professional fighters, because they think they have dabbled, so their prowess will allow them to hold their own. It's laughable.

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Posted by warglory


Posted by Shawn91111

Rogan is like "hes a FUCKING professional fighter"



It amazes me, the people who have probably been athletes most of their lives, are jacked, popular, good looking, or any combination of the above, which results in them not being respectful of the skill level of professional fighters, because they think they have dabbled, so their prowess will allow them to hold their own. It's laughable.



...and then there are the keyboard warriors who constantly call for fighters to "hang them up" or "quit ducking ______".

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Posted by emfleek


Posted by warglory


Posted by Shawn91111

Rogan is like "hes a FUCKING professional fighter"



It amazes me, the people who have probably been athletes most of their lives, are jacked, popular, good looking, or any combination of the above, which results in them not being respectful of the skill level of professional fighters, because they think they have dabbled, so their prowess will allow them to hold their own. It's laughable.



...and then there are the keyboard warriors who constantly call for fighters to "hang them up" or "quit ducking ______".

The thing I hate most about MMA = the people that watch it.




Non-professional MMA practitioners who seriously think they have a "chance" against professionals (especially professionals that have made it into the UFC) are comedians.

Post #6   12/26/12 8:40:04PM   

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Posted by Copenhagen


Posted by emfleek


Posted by warglory


Posted by Shawn91111

Rogan is like "hes a FUCKING professional fighter"



It amazes me, the people who have probably been athletes most of their lives, are jacked, popular, good looking, or any combination of the above, which results in them not being respectful of the skill level of professional fighters, because they think they have dabbled, so their prowess will allow them to hold their own. It's laughable.



...and then there are the keyboard warriors who constantly call for fighters to "hang them up" or "quit ducking ______".

The thing I hate most about MMA = the people that watch it.




Non-professional MMA practitioners who seriously think they have a "chance" against professionals (especially professionals that have made it into the UFC) are comedians.



i give myself a good chance against blake bowman.

Post #7   12/27/12 4:49:36AM