September 6, 2007 at 2:48 pm
Hey UFC how about this. UFC 85: Kimbo vs. Brock Leasnar: Freak vs. Freak. I'd love to see that.
September 7, 2007 at 3:48 am
yeah with loser going home because i'm sick of hearing about these guys. they havent proved anything other than they look big and can beat up a bunch of amateurs on the street. until one of them beats a name in MMA I really dont care.
September 7, 2007 at 3:52 am
same goes for fedor too. i know he was a badass in pride but he is starting to be a whiny little free agent where he wants so much they cant sign him. he is like jamarcus russel right now with the raiders, the guy was awesome in college, but he hasnt proved himself in the nfl, yet he still is holding out on playing until he makes money that should go to someone that proves themselves.
if fedor is that bad, he should come collect his payday, 2 mil right now in the UFC is a goldmine. I say leave his whining ass in russia doing smalltime shows if he wants to be like that.
September 7, 2007 at 6:15 am
I'm glad Fedor is holding out. If the UFC pays him big then it will have to pay fighters more in general. As far as I see it Fedor may be looking out for himself, but he is raising the minimum wage for MMA and I cant thank him enough for that. Especially when boring ass boxers make 20 – 30 mil, hell yeah he deserves at least 2 mil, at least.
September 7, 2007 at 7:05 am
What i'd really like to know, is how the Hell is Kimbo able to afford to train as Extreme Couture with Bas?!?!?!?That iant cheap!!! I think thats something we'd all like to do. And i for one would sell my first born son for. Bas is something to aspire to, and is amazing.
I actually am not a fan of Kimbo. I think its great that hes actually trying to learn and fight professionally. But I do not like his background of past fights etc. Just my opinion.
September 7, 2007 at 8:07 am
Kimbo has money because he worked as a bodyguard for some porn company on top of all of that street fighting shit, which I bet he made money from too. He looks good and if he works his ground game, who knows…same with Brock.
September 7, 2007 at 11:39 am
Kimbo is pretty short and stocky so I still think that putting him against a bigger heavyweight with a reach advantage would keep him away with jabs.
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