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UFC 91: The Only Liveblog That Counts

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We are live at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas for an extra-special, on-the-scene liveblog of UFC 91. What does that mean for your life? It means preliminary results, witty observations about crowd members, and constant updates as to what Arianny Celeste is up to throughout the night. At the same time, I don’t want to miss out on all your hilarious quips about the live broadcast, including but not limited to the banter between Joe Rogan and the century man, Mike Goldberg, so please fill me in with your comments.

Liveblog begins after the jump. Hit refresh often. If you don’t want the prelims spoiled for you…too bad. Just suck it up and deal.

Matt Brown vs. Ryan Thomas

Round 1

The arena is barely more than half-full as the preliminaries begin. Matt Brown and Ryan Thomas both look a tad bit nervous anyway. Brown comes right across the cage and fires off some punches, but Thoms changes levels and looks for a takedown. They clinch and Brown executes a nice hip throw, but Thomas stays with him and reverses the position on the mat. He seems to be controlling Brown well and landing some decent punches.

Brown gets back to his feet, only to get taken back down. Brown grabs an arm and may have it locked in. Thomas rolls with it and fights his way out. Brown sweeps him, ends up in Thomas’ guard, but can’t do much damage. With under thirty seconds left in the round, Brown locks up a tight guillotine, but the wily Thomas slips out. Looks like 10-9 Thomas to me. Arianny is stretching.

Round 2

Thomas looks for a takedown right away and eventually gets it. Both men are starting to look a little fatigued. Brown locks up an armbar from the bottom. Thomas tries to slam his way out, but no dice. It’s Tapuary first, and rent’s due. A gritty performance by Brown results in a victory. Arianny appears to be texting. Naturally, her cell phone is pink.

Matt Brown def. Ryan Thomas via submission (armbar) at 0:57 of round two.

Alvin Robinson vs. Mark Bocek

Round 1

I just realized, after Bruce Buffer said it, that Robinson’s nickname is “Kid.” I think that’s awesome, in an old-timey kind of way. Bocek gets a takedown almost immediately and goes to work from Robinson’s guard. It’s not exactly an overwhelming work rate, but he’s staying busy enough. Bocek passes, gets to half-guard and does a little more damage with elbows, then gets to side control. Bocek moves to north-south and works for a d’arce choke in the last ten seconds. It looks tight, but Robinson toughs it out until the end of the round. 10-9 Bocek.

Round 2

Robinson lands a good straight right and gets Bocek moving backwards, but the Canadian pulls a sweet wizzer for a takedown. He looks for a guillotine, then flips Robinson over, then gets put on his back again. This continues a few more times. They’re all over the place now, a frenetic pace on the mat. Bocek is in control, taking Robinson’s back, working a little ground-and-pound, but can’t find a finish. He looks for an omaplata at the end of the round but Robinson is out. Great back and forth, but it’s definitely Bocek’s round, 10-9.

Round 3

Robinson looks for a standing guillotine to start the final frame, but Bocek slams his way out of it and then moves to side control. Now Bocek mounts Robinson. He’s controlling the fight, but his ground-and-pound isn’t as effective as it could be. No sooner do I type that, then he starts to open up and land some punches from the top. Robinson doesn’t care for this. He rolls and gives up his back. Bocek digs for a rear naked choke and gets it. Tappy, tappy, tappy.

Mark Bocek def. Alvin Robinson via submission (rear naked choke) at 3:16 of round three.

A guy somewhere behind me seems to know exactly what Robinson should have done to get out of that. Don’t worry, he’s letting the whole arena know about it. And here I was worried he might keep that knowledge to himself.

Rafael Dos Anjos vs. Jeremy Stephens

Round 1

And we have our first ‘Kick his ass, Sea Bass’ shout of the night. I can’t believe it took this long. Dos Anjos and Stephens are both tentative to start. They clinch against the cage, Dos Anjos looks for a single-leg, can’t get it, but gets around behind Stephens and gets him down with a suplex-type attempt. Dos Anjos is controlling Stephens on the mat, and fights his way through a guillotine attempt to get side control. His corner is screaming ‘Porrada!’ constantly. From what Brazilians tell me, that’s basically an exhortation to kick ass. Not necessarly the most helpful advice, but it’s a morale-builder.

Dos Anjos looks for a omaplata as the round nears its end, but Stephens suffers through it. 10-9 Dos Anjos. Arianny is playing with her hair and sitting next to Mario Yamasaki.

Round 2

We get a little stand-up action to start the round. Stephens is throwing big, looping rights, but Dos Anjos is defending well. He times one of Stephens’ punches perfectly and shoots for a double-leg. He scoops Stephens up high and slams him so that the whole arena feels it. Dos Anjos gets Stephens’ back and is porrada-ing the shit out of him right now. He transitions to an armbar, but Stephens sees it coming and escapes, giving him the opportunity to work some ground-and-pound of Dos Anjos’ guard. A few decent punches get through before the bell, and it might be enough to steal the round for Stephens. I gotta call it 10-9 for Dos Anjos, though.

Round 3

Some tentative jabbing and a few traded leg kicks start the final frame. Stephens backs Dos Anjos up to against the fence and then winds up and unloads with a huge right uppercut that knocks Dos Anjos on his ass. Stephens adds a few more unnecessary punches before the ref stops it.

A huge knockout for a comeback victory. Stephens flings himself at the Octagon fence in celebration. The crowd just woke up. Dos Anjos is starting to come around, too, albeit slowly.

Jeremy Stephens def. Rafael Dos Anjos via KO (uppercut/porrada!) at 0:39 of round three.

Jorge Gurgel vs. Aaron Riley

An especially sweet Buffer turn during the introduction of Riley. Bruce is feeling it tonight.

Round 1

After trading a few punches, Riley straight-up punts Gurgel’s testicles. The impact sounds like someone hitting an orange with a fungo bat. Gurgel doesn’t use much of his allotted time to recover, which always irks me for some reason, but he looks fine as he comes right back and delivers some punishing body kicks. They are going toe-to-toe with everything they’ve got now: punches, body kicks, head kicks, you name it. Gurgel is getting the better of it as the round winds down, but it’s a war that has both men looking battered. 10-9, Gurgel.

Round 2

We now resume our regularly scheduled brawling. Riley is starting to come on. He throws a head kick that Gurgel blocks but still seems to take some damage from. Later in the round Riley lands a good left that momentarily stuns Gurgel, but can’t capitalize. Jorge Gurgel is in a very exciting, fast-paced fight. I almost can’t believe what I’m seeing. Riley continues to be the aggressor and even tosses Gurgel to the mat once. It’s enough to win the round for him. 10-9, Riley. All square heading into the final round.

Round 3

Riley lands a left head kick that has Gurgel reeling. He follows it up with big left hands in close, working his dirty boxing in the clinch. Gurgel is looking wobbly, but he weathers the storm. The left hand continues to land cleanly for Riley. Gurgel slips on a leg kick and Riley helps him the rest of the way down with a kick of his own, but it isn’t long before Gurgel is back on his feet again. As the round winds down, Gurgel keeps shooting for takedowns, probably because he sees a decision slipping away. One such shot ends up with Riley briefing mounting Gurgel.

What a fight. I didn’t think Gurgel had it in him. In a fair world, it could easily be Fight of the Night, though Gurgel’s likely to lose the decision.

And so it goes. All three judges give it to Riley. Well-earned.

Aaron Riley def. Jorge Gurgel via unanimous decision.

After a brief coffee break, we’re ready to go live on pay-per-view. The house is pretty packed now. As soon as they see Lesnar’s big, square mug on the big screen, the fans voice their disapproval big time. These people love them some Couture. Lesnar says he isn’t just here to do his best. Is he saying my Little League was wrong?

Despite the excitement, Arianny is slouched in her chair, eyes closed, getting a scalp massage from the woman who appears to be the official UFC ring girl handler. Good work if you can get it.

Demian Maia vs. Nate Quarry

+10 points for Maia for coming out to the “Encore/Numb” mash-up. 50 Cent is in the house. This appears to please Arianny.

Round 1

Maia is making little secret of the fact that he would like this fight to be a grappling affair. A few perfunctory punches and then down we go. He’s all over Quarry and it isn’t long before he has The Rock’s back. Maia has a body triangle, is peppering Quarry with punches and hammer fists from behind. Maia slips his arm in for a rear naked choke and Quarry can’t tap fast enough. Damn, is Maia that good, or is Quarry that rusty? Maybe a little of both, but I tend to think it’s more the former than the latter. Take note, UFC middleweights.

Demian Maia def. Nate Quarry via submisision (rear naked choke) at 2:13 of round 1

Showing Brock Lesnar on the big screen is as guaranteed to elicit boos from this audience as showing Randy Couture is to garner cheers. If only we could find a way to harness all this energy.

Josh Hendricks vs. Gabriel Gonzaga.

Show me a person who doesn’t get pumped when they hear Danzig’s “Mother,” and I’ll show you a person I don’t want to party with. Gabriel Gonzaga is not such a person. It seems that Hendricks is sponsored by both Guns America and Jesus Didn’t Tap. What a combination. I feel a “U.S.A.!” chant coming on.

Round 1

Gonzaga is manhandling Hendricks early on, shoving him around, landing some hard shots. These punches have some stank on them. A hard right finds Hendricks’ chin and he crumples. Gonzaga adds a couple more for good measure while Steve Mazzagatti looks on approvingly. Welcome to the UFC, Mr. Hendricks. Enjoy your nap.

Gabriel Gonzaga def. Josh Hendricks via KO (punches) at 1:01 of round one.

Tamdan McCrory vs. Dustin Hazelett

Hazelett is sporting a Unabomber beard as he comes out to “Bad Moon Rising.” Interesting choices.

Round 1

The Barn Cat swarms all over Hazelett with a torrent of punches, but Hazelett covers up and looks mostly unfazed. McCrory slips and Hazelett tries to capitalize with a flying knee-type thing. When it doesn’t work he gives an ‘aw, shucks’ smile that is downright endearing. McCrory’s leg and body kicks are his most effective weapons thus far. In a scramble Hazelett locks on an omaplata, but McCrory is defending well. Hazelett turns it into more of a straight arm lock and McCrory has to tap. Impressive, technical performance from Hazelett. The replay confirms that McCrory’s arm is going to be sooooooore.

Dustin Hazelett def. Tamdan McCrory via submission (arm lock) at 3:59 of round one.

When Anderson Silva is shown on the big screen, the crowd lets him know that they still love him, no matter what anyone says.

Kenny Florian vs. Joe Stevenson

Florian and Stevenson come out to Jay-Z and 50 Cent, respectively. Arianny is digging it. She’s up out of her chair and dancing for the first time all night. Go on, girl. Florian takes the center of the Octagon and bows. His banner reveals that he’s sponsored by Versa Climber. How bout that.

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Round 1

Florian is the more active fighter at the start, outdancing Stevenson and slipping in a few decent punches. Stevenson clinches and looks to get the action to the mat. He picks Florian up and KenFlo briefly grabs the cage before going down, which earns him a stern rebuke from referee Herb Dean. Bakc on their feet, Florian tries a high kick to Stevenson’s dome, then slams him to the mat a few second later. Florian mounts and drops some punches. Stevenson gives his back, and the choke follows soon thereafter. Over here on press row, Franklin McNeil doesn’t hide his pleasure at seeing his MMA Live co-host get the win.

Brock Lesnar vs. Randy Couture

Lesnar comes out to some black album-era Metallica. It’s probably the closest I’ll ever come to being won over by him. Couture is coming out to Aerosmith’s “Back in the Saddle.” Predictable? Maybe. Totally fucking sweet? Definitely. They’re chanting Randy’s name in the MGM Grand. And he is loving it.

Buffer is selling this shit hard. He must be watching old videos of the Pride lady. His enthusiasm is almost frightening. I want him drug-tested.

Round 1

It is immediately apparent when they square off just how much bigger Lesnar is. Lesnar controls him in the clinch at first, but Couture gets some space and fires off a good right. Lesnar tries for a takedown, but settles for another clinch. Single-leg by Lesnar put Couture on his back. Couture works his way back up bit by bit and almost takes Lesnar’s back before getting slung back to the mat. Lesnar’s strength is thus far making up for his lack of polish. A couple punches from Lesnar get through, but Couture is back to his feet, pressing Lesnar against the cage. Couture picks the big man up for a quick moment, but it doesn’t go anywhere. The round ends just as they separate. Looks like a 10-9 for Lesnar from where I’m sitting.

Round 2

They exchange punches and Lesnar lands a good right. Couture plays it up and Lesnar charges in, but it seems like a savvy veteran trick more than anything else. They stand and bang in the middle of the cage, with Couture getting the better of it. Lesnar is cut around his right eye. A right hand behind the ear from Lesnar drops Couture. The big man pounces and lands about thirty hammer fists in his patented ‘angry four-year-old’ punching style. Couture may be out. The ref is giving him lots of leeway. He attempts to roll off his back, but Lesnar is overwhelming him. Yamasaki stops it. And we have a new UFC heavyweight champ.

Lesnar hops atop the cage and surveys his kingdom. The crowd does not appreciate it.

Brock Lesnar def. Randy Couture via TKO (punches) at 3:07 of round two.

He gives Couture props for coming in after a year off and facing “a young buck like me.” Even when he’s giving someone else credit he manages to sound a little dickish. Dana White and Lorenzo Fertitta chat with Lesnar during Couture’s post-fight interview. They seem…pleased.

That’s it for me, Potato Nation. I’m off to the press conference. Hope you enjoyed the evening as much as I did. If you haven’t dug our liveblog yet, do it now before I get pissed.

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MMATerminator- December 10, 2008 at 9:06 pm
you all were hating Brock before his UFC debut than after his UFC debut half of you started to hate him even more and other half jumped on his bandwagon. you all were hating Brock before his fight with herring than after his fight with herring one half of you started to hate him even more and other half jumped on his bandwagon. you all were hating Brock before his fight with couture than after his fight with couture one half of you started to hate him even more and other half jumped on his bandwagon.

love him or hate him - it does not change the fact. smart people made the choice long time ago by will but silly people make the choice when situation forces them when their favorites are brought to ashes one by one before their eyes. it's just the matter of time before everyone bows down to the god of war Brock Lesnar.

fear the inevitable - feath Brock Lesnar
cr_trinity- November 16, 2008 at 6:05 pm
Thanks for the eloquent post there. And to clarify things I too have no respect for psychology. I don't attend any sort of formal school for this; I understand the West is completely totalitarian and I study psychology on a personal level to find out why I am so delineated from the AirHeaded Masses out there. As for being condescending, I make no apologies for that whatsoever; it's a sad thing that true intellect is not only not respected, but abhorred. But that has always been an anthropological truism if one looks at History, world wide.

As for your mention of Barack Hussein, relative of one Richard Cheney (look it up for yourself) I don't follow Exopolitics. The American "Elections" are part Soap Opera, part Sporting Match and the terminologies used and scenarios presented to the Profane Masses confirm this to those who have eyes to see. I keep telling you Americans; the GATT only has two more signings until the emergence of the North American Union. The Greenback will be superceded by the Amero, and like the European Peoples, it won't take long for people with at least half a functional brain to realise the monetary value of this new currency will be roughly half (if that) of the valueof the already devalued US dollar.

I like MMA. UFC is not MMA. It's UFC.
Me- November 16, 2008 at 5:58 am
Then I guess it all makes sense. The problem I have with you then is that your arguments tend to come from your point of view (one I happen to agree with most of the time), yet your studies require you to be objective if their conclusions are going to carry any value. Your input skews the results in your favor by demanding a certain type of reaction that may not have occured had you stayed neutral.

Again, I must say I agree with you on a lot of points, especially when referring to Dana's celebrity (reminds me of Oprah) and the bs that is TUF. We must both, however, remember that perception is not reality, but rather an interpretation of reality. This interpretation may or may not be correct. We can justify our interpretation with facts, but if not all are collected then our conclusions can be off. We must also remember that facts and truth are two different things and while that may sound more like philosophy, just give it a minute and it'll sink in.

May I also remind you that the glory days of the UFC (F. Sham gains the MW belt, I remember the fight well, as short as it was) were overloaded with asshats who's greatest technique was breaking a beer bottle over their head. We are all guilty of selective memories at one time or another.

If you are concerned about the term negative and it's meaning, then perhaps you should refrain from being condescending to those whos opinions differ from yours. A lot of your posts carry an arrogance about them that betrays a true intellectual. It is clear you have me at an educational disadvantage, especially in the sphere of psychology, but it does not make you better than me or anyone else.

Though I have a distaste for psychologists and psychology in general, I would never hold your studies against you. To me, you are bound almost by mandate to refute individuality and embrace collectivism. Perhaps that is why there is a haughtyness overshadowing hopelessness to every high minded psychologist I have met (there have been many). Still, I do understand a lot of what they espouse. I have no substantial formal education, but what I have learned through life has allowed me to adopt this conclusion: I despise mankind, yet I find compassion for every man.

k I'm tired and it's late...
but since you mentioned Cult of Personality...
ever hear of one Barak Obama?

just sayin...
Anonymous- November 16, 2008 at 2:46 am
lesnar might be able to handle a 45 year old 205 pounder but nog can take a shot and will out box him and if lesnar even thinks of taking it to the ground he'll get a jiu jitsu lesson. brocks a joke just cause your huge and can knock people out if you connect doesn't mean your talented ie tim silvia. and hes a dick, fuck brock. and fuck dana for fucking coture over.
forrest griffin- November 16, 2008 at 1:40 am
cr_trinity- November 15, 2008 at 11:46 pm
To further illustrate my point: look at the fanbase TUF has created. Are they interested in fight techniques, or the Media Manufacted Personas of "Fighters" presented to them on an extremely subjectively edited show?
cr_trinity- November 15, 2008 at 11:34 pm
I liked the UFC better when techniques were valued over these storyline match ups. And when the promoters of the UFC were in the background, not trying to build up a Cult of Personality based on lies and Propaganda. Face it. Compare the UFC of 1999 when Frank Shamrock was Middleweight Champion to the Garbage of Today. Not all of the current UFC competitors are bad per se, but there has been a definite decline in technique IN THE UFC post Fertitta Brothers.

I'm here because I study Psychology and many psychological and anthropological truisms are confirmed to me by the other users of this site. Things like wilful ignorance, blatant naivete, inability to tell fact from hype, etc, etc. By studying this small microcosm of Western Society in this one subjective demographic alone, one who is able to put puzzle pieces together themselves can then see why the Macrocosm of Western Society is the way it is.

And negative seems to be this New Agey term used by those who have a concretised emotional fragility who wish to have that fragility preserved. Not accusing you of being fragile; I just hate that term and it's overuse.
Me- November 15, 2008 at 11:22 pm
I'm curious cr_, is there anything at all that you like about this "sport"? You have to be one of the most negative guys on these forums, constantly critical of everything and everyone. If you hate this site, it's writers, and this "sport" so much, why are you here?

I'm not trying to start a flame war or anything, I'm genuinely curious. I personally prefer to spend my time looking into things I care about or enjoy. Your motives are unclear to me, I lack understanding.
cr_trinity- November 15, 2008 at 11:04 pm
Let's see how many of you so called Dana Marks who thought he was taking "your" "sport" to the Mainstream, for the betterment of all actually start to wake up to what his real motivations are. And remember, he aint the UFC boss. The Fertittas are. He just does his thing to line their pockets; if they wanted him out tomorrow, he'd be out tomorrow.

And to Mr Ignorant: if your comment was facetious it was done brilliantly. If it was sincere, well you're probably going to be pissed off a lot at Brock's lucky streak.
Zombie Rock- November 15, 2008 at 10:55 pm
Fucking lame. I can see the wave of Coors Light-drinking WWE fans pouring over to the new circus of steroid-based manimal fighting.
MMA FAN- November 15, 2008 at 10:21 pm
# Anthony Says:
November 16th, 2008 at 2:35 pm

….all the Fedor nut huggers. What happens if Fedor comes to the UFC and loses to Lesnar? It’s not like it’s impossible. Take anyone Randy has ever beaten and I bet Brock would beat them too. Ortiz, Gonzaga, Lidell, Sylvia. Brock would defeat them all

you dumbass that is impossible because that fatty will never weight 205. NEVER. and fedor is the best by far, when nog beats lesnar what will you say next?
ithertz- November 15, 2008 at 8:47 pm
all you douchetards that complain about lesnar being too big need to remember that it's the HEAVYWEIGHT DIVISION! why don't you complain about anderson silva fighting at 185 when he walks around at 215?
Anthonys Mom- November 15, 2008 at 8:27 pm
Shut up and go clean your room!
Anthony- November 15, 2008 at 7:35 pm
I called it. Lesnar by TKO. You can complain all you want about Lesnar but he beat Couture. Illegal blows? Bullshit. Stop finding excuses for Randy. He lost fair and sqaure. If Randy would have beat Lesnar everyone would be saying the same exact shit about Lesnar but without the "he shouldn't be champ" bullshit. So if Brock beats Nog, Mir and Randy (again) is he still gonna be a joke? I am willing to bet that if Brock beat GOD HIMSELF that you'd all still be "but he's got a dick on his chest" and what not. Which brings me to....

....all the Fedor nut huggers. What happens if Fedor comes to the UFC and loses to Lesnar? It's not like it's impossible. Take anyone Randy has ever beaten and I bet Brock would beat them too. Ortiz, Gonzaga, Lidell, Sylvia. Brock would defeat them all and after watching what happened tonight I bet Fedor would kill Couture ant any time anywhere but I do not think he would walk through Lesnar. Yes he may be able to beat Lesnar and he may not but either way Fedor will not be able to walk through him like he was nothing.

Lesnar is a force and I cannot wait to see what happens in the future. So everyone who is hating should just grow up and stop. You can't change the outcome no matter how much you bitch. Just let it go and enjoy some good fights.
Anthony- November 15, 2008 at 7:29 pm
I called it. Lesnar by TKO. You can complain all you want about Lesnar but he beat Couture. Illegal blows? Bullshit. Stop finding excuses for Randy. He lost fair and sqaure. If Randy would have beat Lesnar everyone would be saying the same exact shit about Lesnar but without the "he shouldn't be champ" bullshit. So if Brock beats Nog, Mir and Randy (again) is he still gonna be a joke? I am willing to bet that if Brock beat GOD HIMSELF that you'd all still be "but he's got a dick on his chest" and what not. Which brings me to....

....all the Fedor nut huggers. What happens if Fedor comes to the UFC and loses to Lesnar? It's not like it's impossible. Take anyone Randy has ever beaten and I bet Brock would beat them too. Ortiz, Gonzaga, Lidell, Sylvia. Brcok would defeat them all and after watching
MR. IGNORANT- November 15, 2008 at 7:17 pm
If brock beats big nog it will be a fluke, either a lucky punch or nog will make a mistake. duh. even if brock runs across the cage and starts pounding on him from the first second up until the last it will be because nog wasnt ready.

cr_trinity, you dont get it, he came from WWE it doesnt matter about how strong he is or the amazing wrestling backround he came from. the second he stepped into the WWE ring he became worthless, every ability hes ever had is gone. there for any luck he has in the UFC will be just that, luck.
cr_trinity- November 15, 2008 at 6:22 pm
Man the FanDumb has really reached epic proportions over this fight, huh Mr Fowlkes? And yet if Brock beats Big Nog if that match eventuates, it'll be 1000 times more neurotic and unintelligible, yeah?
Muffin- November 15, 2008 at 6:15 pm
Fuck Lesnar.
MR. IGNORANT- November 15, 2008 at 4:49 pm
its not cool to like brock, he came from fake wrestling and we think thats foolish. right guys? nice, im glad we all agree. and to who ever writes these stories, we are all ready to agree and follow every word you say, so feed us whatever you want. nom nom nom
farias- November 15, 2008 at 4:45 pm
Did anyone notice the crack baby wearing a t shirt saying "brock lesnars #1 fan.".... what a fucking retard... but anyways, congrats to lesnar... i hope he loses to big nog...
joe espa- November 15, 2008 at 4:44 pm
tanginamo lesnar!
mike- November 15, 2008 at 3:56 pm
Brock Lesnar is a HUGE man. He's also a fuckin dickhead and not half the fighter Randy Couture is.... and as far as bitching about Dana.... WE SHOULD BITCH!!! If you love the sport... then bitch cuz he is the Don King of the UFC. I personally wanted EliteXc to stay open... not because I feel the fighters were on the same level... but because the more competition and places for the fighters to go the better. The sport as a whole will grow for the better without a monopoly stranglehold and without Dana's personal opinion or greed preventing the best fighters from getting a chance. If you disagree.... then go suck a dick. (if you're a Lesnar fan you probably already are)
Aryan- November 15, 2008 at 3:43 pm
wwe lesnar nut huggers.. how the fuck do you fit his balls in your mouths?
Aryan- November 15, 2008 at 3:42 pm
Even james Thompson or kimbo could take lesnar .. to the idiot that says tim silvia weighted in at 260, HE DIDNT HAVE TO CUT WEIGHT! lesnar does not walk around at 265 he's close to 300 he had to MAKE 265". again skills and experience can only go so far
Aryan- November 15, 2008 at 3:41 pm
Even james Thompson or kimbo could take lesnar .. to the idiot that says tim silvia weighted in at 260, HE DIDNT HAVE TO CUT WEIGHT! lesnar does not walk around at 260 he's close to 300. again skills and experience can only go so far