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FastKnockout » Posted 9/24/10 8:39:00PM

Leading up to his main event fight tonight, Michael Bisping has been doing more than his fair share of trash talking. The tension between him and Vitor Belfort seemed to peak on Thursday when the two had an intense staredown after the pre-fight press conference in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Bisping followed that up by saying Vitor was suffering from "roid rage" and called him a "hooligan".

That wasn't enough for "The Count," though. When the Middleweights faced off again at the UFC On FX 7 weigh-ins on Friday, Bisping capped off a series of verbal jabs by telling Belfort, "There's no Jesus." Obviously, this was meant as a pretty personal attack on Vitor, who's always been very vocal about the importance of his faith in his life.

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MuayThaiGeek13 » Posted 12/28/11 3:18:00PM

To bad every single Champion disagrees.


Btw this thread violates forum rules. Discussing fighters who are discussing religion is still discussing religion.

DeadHead988 » Posted 8/19/10 2:42:00PM

Owned

mrsmiley » Posted 4/12/07 4:37:00PM

I actually laughed really hard.
That would be like the equivilant of telling Volkmann their is no Santa Clause.

Chael_Sonnen » Posted 5/25/10 12:40:00PM

Actually, let Uncle ChaCha - - - the stud will all the scoops tell ya all what he REALLY said....."There's no Jesus, here......"

A big difference.....he's basically saying, hey, Mr. Jim Bakker wannabe, Jesus don't care about two, half-naked men fighting in a cage....he won't save you from a 5 round beatdown.

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DeadHead988 » Posted 8/19/10 2:42:00PM


Posted by MuayThaiGeek13

Btw this thread violates forum rules. Discussing fighters who are discussing religion is still discussing religion.



Whew, good thing you got on that one quick bro. Somebody could have been seriously offended!

scoozna » Posted 1/25/07 12:53:00PM

i've always liked Bisping's trash talking, but one can go to far. I think he's going to far...here...

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tcunningham » Posted 9/30/09 9:33:00PM


Posted by Chael_Sonnen

Actually, let Uncle ChaCha - - - the stud will all the scoops tell ya all what he REALLY said....."There's no Jesus, here......"

A big difference.....he's basically saying, hey, Mr. Jim Bakker wannabe, Jesus don't care about two, half-naked men fighting in a cage....he won't save you from a 5 round beatdown.

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that makes sense. telling him there is no jesus doesnt sound like something bisping would say. i know the guy says a lot of things but this didnt seem right. ad the "here" on the end and it all works out.

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prozacnation1978 » Posted 7/5/07 11:42:00PM

Damm!!!

emfleek » Posted 11/18/07 4:54:00PM



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RearNakedJoke » Posted 8/11/08 6:25:00PM

To Vitor this has to be the equivalent of "banged your mom bro"

So Hilarious !


Who's discussing religion?

machodog76 » Posted 6/26/07 10:37:00PM

Looks like Jesus is a Belfort fan tonight!

Hendo67 » Posted 11/18/08 1:59:00PM

I lol'd pretty good.

Sir_Karl » Posted 9/7/07 9:27:00PM

I think it was hilarious. I am so sick of cage fighters thanking jesus. It makes me seriously ill. Nobody really knows if jesus really existed nor do they really know the truth behind his original beliefs.I know one thing though....if he did exist and regardless of what his true opinions or teachings really were one thing is certain...he would not dig cage fighting. I find it absurd and foolish that cage fighters and other sports stars thank jesus. It boggles my mind.

mentalcase » Posted 1/23/08 2:35:00AM

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