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F.o.t.D.: Wanderlei Silva vs. Quinton Jackson

Right now, as you go about the normal activities of your day, Quinton Jackson is praying his ass off that Chuck Liddell beats Wanderlei Silva at UFC 79. Because if Silva wins, he’ll probably be next in line after Forrest Griffin to challenge Rampage for the light-heavyweight title, and if that happens, there might be a repeat of the brutality that befell the current UFC light-heavy champ at the Pride “Final Conflict” Grand Prix in November 2003. If you have the stomach for it, watch the video below (and turn down your speakers now, because the soundtrack is dreadful):

Their re-match a year later ended the exact same way. Now we know why Rampage occasionally sounds developmentally disabled

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Chris- December 19, 2007 at 4:37 am
Well I'm fucking glad most events don't allow kicks or knees to a downed opponent's head. I mean it's all fair play as both of them know how to use that stuff, but no need to permanently damage yourself with such incredible weapons.
Corey- December 13, 2007 at 5:07 pm
Dominating performance! Some of those kicks won't fly in the UFC. No kicks to the head of a downed opponent, and that may have made a significant change in the fight. -corey