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GSPCanada » Posted 3/15/08 9:03:00PM

It is a good decision, the way he went down in recent fights was kind of embarrassing the 1st ko became his signature. he is a very technically sound guy and I think is better off teaching young mixed martial artists than actually fighting.

Jackelope » Posted 1/30/07 10:59:00AM


Posted by prozacnation1978

No biggie , you won't be missed



Yeah, homie.. when you muster up the sack to step in the cage against UFC level competition you make sure to let us all know and post the video while you're at it. Classy

Much respect to Goulet. Anybody who makes it to the level he did more than deserves the respect of MMA fans.

emfleek » Posted 11/18/07 4:54:00PM


Posted by Jackelope


Posted by prozacnation1978

No biggie , you won't be missed



Yeah, homie.. when you muster up the sack to step in the cage against UFC level competition you make sure to let us all know and post the video while you're at it. Classy

Much respect to Goulet. Anybody who makes it to the level he did more than deserves the respect of MMA fans.



This.

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gartface » Posted 7/29/07 7:00:00PM

Always good to see athletes knowing when it's time to hang it up. Respect to him for fighting, which is something I don't think I could ever do. I'm a puss, I can't fight because I can't stand getting hit in the face, this guy on the other hand made a living out of it.

As someone said before, he had the talent, for sure. A lot of fighters can use this as a model.

BlueSkiesBurn » Posted 6/1/08 3:18:00PM

Who knows if it was the eye or the chin? Maybe he just couldn't string it all together. Either way, doesn't matter, he's made a decision on what he believes to be the best for himself and his family. At a time when so many fighters are pressing the bounds of what their bodies can/should take, I applaud something like this.

I know we poke fun at Goulet on this site, but it takes a lot of courage to admit when you don't have it in you to do the sport anymore. Regardless of the reason. Some athletes can't hang it up and drag things out beyond a ridiculous point, *coughFavrecough,* but Goulet did this as classy as an individual could. He did it with little to no fanfare or bravado. He mere came out and just said, I'm hanging them up.

to you Goulet and wish you the best in all future endeavors.

hate4thestate » Posted 9/4/09 12:12:00AM

Man this sucks. Goulet fights were always the easiest to pick lol.

I hope just because he doesnt fight anymore he wont stop the crazy hair dying antics up.

Much respect Goulet!

tallica62 » Posted 6/22/07 2:18:00AM

i didnt see that coming. He wouldnt have been champ, but he was fun to watch at times... hope he wins the power ball lottery now

Focker101 » Posted 5/31/07 10:41:00AM


Posted by emfleek


Posted by Jackelope


Posted by prozacnation1978

No biggie , you won't be missed



Yeah, homie.. when you muster up the sack to step in the cage against UFC level competition you make sure to let us all know and post the video while you're at it. Classy

Much respect to Goulet. Anybody who makes it to the level he did more than deserves the respect of MMA fans.



This.





Not to mention taking a couple fights on short notice...
clearly earned the moniker of "Warrior"

BeeR » Posted 6/28/09 1:36:00PM

Short notice, out of town, with no trainers or cornermen. 'road warrior" is right

Glad he's going out on a win, better then 4 or 5 consecutive KO's .........*cough* brrrrrrr, did it just get Icy in here?

MMA-San » Posted 4/17/09 10:47:00PM

prozacnation1978, you've been here way too long and have made way too many good posts to throw your account in the trash because of this. Come on man, use your head.


D0wnUnd6e6r » Posted 9/13/07 5:12:00PM


Posted by prozacnation1978

No biggie , you won't be missed



enough has already been said about this dumb post, but i'd still like to add,
-100 props

gartface » Posted 7/29/07 7:00:00PM


Posted by D0wnUnd6e6r


Posted by prozacnation1978

No biggie , you won't be missed



enough has already been said about this dumb post, but i'd still like to add,
-100 props


I think this falls on deaf ears, or would it be blind eyes? I don't think the guy reads anything else anyone posts. Not sure he's ever made a rebuttal.

D0wnUnd6e6r » Posted 9/13/07 5:12:00PM


Posted by gartface


Posted by D0wnUnd6e6r


Posted by prozacnation1978

No biggie , you won't be missed



enough has already been said about this dumb post, but i'd still like to add,
-100 props


I think this falls on deaf ears, or would it be blind eyes? I don't think the guy reads anything else anyone posts. Not sure he's ever made a rebuttal.



yeah i know it isint worth much, just pissed me off to see someone actually post something like that, had to say something

MMA-San » Posted 4/17/09 10:47:00PM

Yea, prozacnation posts in pretty much every topic on these boards. He's a pretty concistent poster, and actually makes good points, however, I don't think I've ever seen him post twice in a topic before. I think he just has his say then leaves never to return again. I'm not even sure he's aware of how many peopl he upset.

RyanC » Posted 8/25/09 5:08:00PM


Posted by MMA-San

Yea, prozacnation posts in pretty much every topic on these boards. He's a pretty concistent poster, and actually makes good points, however, I don't think I've ever seen him post twice in a topic before. I think he just has his say then leaves never to return again. I'm not even sure he's aware of how many peopl he upset.



I've never understood the point of posting without the intent of having a discussion, or possibly having a discussion about something.. I know sometimes you just have something to say, and that's it, but to do it consistently is just strange to me. To each his own I guess.

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