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MisFiT

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Gas up the DeLorean and revisit 2002. The UFC (and by extension, mixed martial arts) was watching its vital signs emit only the occasional burp of vitality.

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Post #1   6/21/07 5:03:53AM   

KingKash

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I am excited to see the wealth of talent that is in the light weights. These fights are always exciting to watch. There is hardley ever a break in the action. They do not have to lay on top of their opponent to get their breath back or hold in the clinch to take a little break. The LW are none stop action and they are usually the most enjoyeble to watch on the fight card. The fight between Griffin and Guida was the most exciting fight on the card and they were two LW's that gave 15 min. of action. I can not wait to see what is in store for the LW devision in the next year Jenns. BJ could be the guy that brings the recognition to the light weights that is needed.

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Post #2   6/21/07 7:04:20AM   

Leland

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"Forced to rely on skill over mass, they're the most complete athletes in the game."

Isnt that the truth. Cant wait for some more lightweight action. Griffin-guida was a great brawl this last saturday. Looking forward to another one this weekend

Post #3   6/21/07 8:16:20AM