Rampage rant part 2. Complaining about not seeing his kids, UFC hate and his real fans. Rampage faces his fellow shit talking nemesis Rashad Evans at UFC 114 on May 29th at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
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May 21, 2010 at 3:06 am
I like rampage but i think his heart isn't in the fighting game or ufc anymore, he wants to go on and do something else, if you listen to his interviews today compared to his interviews back in pride around 2003/4/5 he was happier and had a lot of hunger, not anymore, he will lose a decision to rashad, no one will be getting finished or knocked out, rashad will be to cautious and ride out a decision
May 21, 2010 at 4:34 am
Well Rampage has nothing to lose so he might as well swing for the fences and let everything go
May 21, 2010 at 7:23 am
I get the feeling that this fight won't live up to the hype. i agree, Rampage used to talk about keeping the belt for a long time and never taking time off but not anymore. Also, Anderson didn't get awarded with the Pride belt after he beat Hendo either. I don't know where he claims Anderson got all the credit and he didn't. The only difference I heard was people gave credit to Anderson for finshing Hendo which Rampage couldn't do. That's it!
May 22, 2010 at 8:53 am
If Rampage wants all the acclaim, hype and fame that he says he deserves, then he needs to focus, and go out there and knock Rashad CLEEEEEEAAAAANNNN OUT. Then, he'll get more respect, fame and the hype will be justified. Going out there and losing, or letting this go to a decision, really isn't going to help him in any way. He needs to knock Rashad out, or he needs to re-think why he's fighting. Anything else will be a disappointment.
May 22, 2010 at 10:21 am
I agree. If he loves his fans then go out there and finish rashad or at least try to. I'm also afraid that that it may be a slow fight with rashad dancing around in between take down attempts and rampage being way too patient looking to land just one big shot. Please prove us wrong.
May 22, 2010 at 3:06 pm
Page has one helluva chin and is a tought motha. Rashad cannot take a punch. If you saw the fight between shogun and page rampage lost because shogun broke his ribs and page even after taking kicks to the face repeatedly was not knocked out. he was on the ground holding his ribs. Page is tougher and more durable than rashad for sure.
May 22, 2010 at 7:15 pm
look a the wandy fight in pride he knee'd him to dead after 8 knee's or so he was down
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