January 25, 2008 at 3:44 am
I have so much respect for "The Natural", "Captain America" Randy Couture. He is still in my mind the UFC Heavyweight Champion of the World. It's a shame that Couture and the UFC could'nt come to terms and make the Fedor fight happen. I think I speak for most MMA fans when I say this a a fight we all want to see and if someother organization gets their hands on this fight and make it happen then it could propell them to compete with the three headed dragon of the UFC. This is a HUGE loss for the UFC and could come back to hurt them. Good Luck to the legend Randy Couture and the fans are behind you 100%.
January 25, 2008 at 3:58 am
Yes , whoever makes this fight is gonna get some major fans. I don't think there is anybody who watched him in the UFC that wouldn't tune in to another orginization to watch this thing. Since Randy is still technicaly the HW champ does Dana White think he is actually going to get Randy back to finish his fights after the way he's going about this ordeal? I don't know but it's kind of a confusing situation.
Jun Da Silva
January 30, 2008 at 9:51 am
What we have to start seeing is more fighters leave the UFC to an organization that actually cares about their fighters, Randy Couture has made the move because Dana White can't pay Fedor what he's worth and Randy wants that fight. I guess Dana can't calculate that Fedor in the UFC would generate hundreds of millions of dollars and thats not enough (dumb move Mr. White). We all miss the days of Pride I hope the Japanese or anyone can create a show as good as Pride
January 30, 2008 at 10:10 am
I think M1 is smart and they are trying to make it like Pride. I think they want to bring back the spectacle entrances and big arenas. I can't wait to see this organization develop and I think they will be the biggest contender for the UFC one day.
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