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Posted by LexLossis

Proof?



At UFC 1, Ken Shamrock was announced as having a 24-3-2 record, at UFC 3 it was 45-5, then back at UFC 5 it suddenly came back down to 13-2 ... and if you think thats too long ago to consider, just last night they had an extra win on BJ Penn's career record and had him at 11-4-1 before he fought Pulver... This is always the case with the UFC, especially with undefeated fighters... The even had Melvin Guillard's record at 37 wins when he fought Neer... total manifestation...

The UFC, and more importantly ufc.tv are not reliable at all, especially when it comes to records... if this isn't proof enough for you, then by all means continue believing Rashad has an extra 5 imaginary wins...

EDIT: ufc.tv even has his UFC record messed up, aperantly he beat Hoger and Bonnar by decisions at the beginning of the third round...

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Post #16   6/24/07 5:27:22PM   

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yeah.
I recall seeing once that Diego beat Karo by Armbar on ufc.com........ he didnt.

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Yeah I also have noticed some inconsistencies with fighters records, both on the site and announced at the events. Sometimes they seem to want people to think differently of certain fighters depending on the upcoming fights.

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Post #18   6/25/07 10:19:22AM   

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Posted by LexLossis

Proof?



At UFC 1, Ken Shamrock was announced as having a 24-3-2 record, at UFC 3 it was 45-5, then back at UFC 5 it suddenly came back down to 13-2 ... and if you think thats too long ago to consider, just last night they had an extra win on BJ Penn's career record and had him at 11-4-1 before he fought Pulver... This is always the case with the UFC, especially with undefeated fighters... The even had Melvin Guillard's record at 37 wins when he fought Neer... total manifestation...

The UFC, and more importantly ufc.tv are not reliable at all, especially when it comes to records... if this isn't proof enough for you, then by all means continue believing Rashad has an extra 5 imaginary wins...

EDIT: ufc.tv even has his UFC record messed up, aperantly he beat Hoger and Bonnar by decisions at the beginning of the third round...



Wow nice job on the source. What YOU say is very reliable...not.

Post #19   6/25/07 4:26:41PM   
 
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