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Who would win...

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- Thu, 30 Mar 2017 12:20:55 EST XtJyVSk6 No.57713
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What if these two had a MMA fight? Which would you bet on to win based only on the pics?

Short hair: 6'0" 180lbs
Long hair: 5'9" 170lbs
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Mark Kerr - Tue, 04 Jul 2017 17:43:27 EST 6njbme3W No.57798 Reply
>Knowing how to throw a punch, an actual punch


I can throw my weight behind a punch, but my hand speed is slow. I trained myself to use momentum over speed, so while I generate alot of power, I don't generate as much force as a high velocity punch with weight behind it.

It just doesn't feel natural to me. So basically I trained myself wrong.
Joe Stevenson - Sun, 27 Aug 2017 02:01:06 EST q+i+mRFo No.57909 Reply
There's exercises that can help you get those fast-twitch muscle fibers on point. A lot of boxers shadow box using pull ropes so there's resistance going in the opposite direction.

UFC 214

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- Sat, 29 Jul 2017 19:15:21 EST JndLd2XF No.57813
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No thread for the biggest UFC PPV of the year? That's a paddlin'.

Huge main event, Cormier's entire career and legacy hinges on this fight. If he loses then it's all over for him. If Jones loses then it's no sweat off his sack since Dana is hustling hard to set up Jones-Brock for either the New Year's or Superbowl shows.

Woodley-Maia should be an interesting fight, too, as it's a classic wrestling vs. BJJ fight. Cyborg is going to murder a can, too, but who cares. Cerrone & Lawler are probably gonna beat the shit out of each other for 3 rounds, too, I'm thinking potential fight of the night if the main event disappoints. The corpse of Renan Barao has resurfaced for the prelims, too, so that should be a treat.
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Javier Vazquez - Tue, 22 Aug 2017 18:35:37 EST 2hp5XfP9 No.57823 Reply
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Advanced Discussion of Psychic Warfare Please

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- Sun, 21 May 2017 12:51:35 EST kFWfnro5 No.57748
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Anyone feel like going in-depth about chi and it's use in psychic warfare? Particularly for a pacifist who's being forced into mental kung-fu with my family of psychics.
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Kevin Randleman - Tue, 11 Jul 2017 19:24:19 EST fYuvMJeH No.57803 Reply
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Hi there. Focus on yourself, you can't control what others do, but you can control how your react (or don't). Perhaps breathing exercises using Qui-Gong for reference is useful. If you are at ease, feeling good from internal control: a la the Tao's cliched "doing without trying", others' shit flinging is low impact or nil.

Doing without trying can be breathing at a comfortable natural pace without thinking about it. Then when you breathe intentionally and the rhythm messes up, that's the "with trying" part, excessive effort. Through diligent practice, by paying attention to, but not interfering with natural breathing, intentional breathing can become similarly natural. Being at peace is like a shield so to speak. One's awareness of their surroundings and their internal going-ons is more acute.

So here are the basics. Good Posture Makes Healthy Qi
>Correct posture enhances relaxation, balance, proper breathing, and energetic flow. It is essential that you understand and practice the basic physical mechanics of qigong, what the Chinese call diao shen "regulating the body," before concentrating on subtler, internal aspects, such as coordinated breathing or specific ways of focusing qi.

"The spine should feel long and open, with the shoulders relaxed, neither slouched nor pulled back. The elbows, knees, and fingers are all slightly bent rather than rigidly locked. The feet are generally flat on the ground. The chest feels easy and open, neither puffed out nor depressed. The abdomen and solar plexus are free of tension, allowing the breath to become slow, quiet, and deep. The whole body is alert, relaxed, and more fully alive." (pg. 86)

Relaxation: Quan Shen Fang Song
>"Whole body relaxed." The word fang means "to release," and it implies that relaxation is not merely the lack of tension. It is activity. Quan shen fang song is alive, alert relaxation. It means eliminating unnecessary tension, being supple and alert to the environment. Relaxation is the first and most important principle of qigong. It is often considered a system of qigong in itself.

The book I'm drawing from, The Way of Qigong: The Art and Science of Chinese Energy Healing, goes on to describe alot of different exercises from the whole body to specific parts, so become more aware of the body, thereby having greater control of yourself.

Relaxation creates deep and efficient abdomiinal respiration, resulting in more complete oxygenation of the blood. Relaxation also helps to dilate blood vessels and lower blood pressure. It also affects blood chemistry, including normalization of the acod-base (pH) balance and reduction of blood and tissue levels of calcium, which can help prevent or eliminate tremors, spasms, and tension in the muscles. The overall result is improved circulation and oxygen delivery to all parts of the body. This is especially noticeable in the hands and feet, which often feels pleasantly warm both during and after qigong.

According to Chinese medicine, relaxed abdominal breathing is an energetic pump, sending qi through the meridians. In the Explanaton of the Thirteen Movements, we read, "Qi is rooted in the feet, controlled by the yao [waist and abdomen], and manifests in the hands." Like a resevior filling with water, abdominal breathing causes the dan tian energy center to fill with qi. Once the dan tian is filled, the surplus of accumulated qi begins to overflow intho the meridians, bones, and, eventually, all the tissues of the body, creating a general sensation of warmth.

By contrast, chest breathing all too frequently results in tension, constriction of teh blood vessels, poor oxygen delivery, cold hands and feet. The dan tian is empty, the body weak and fatigued. [..]

Another common side effect of Active Relaxation is the feeling of weight, rootedness, and "sinking," corresponding to areduction of tension and release of worry and mental baggage. [..] The sinking sensation may be especially pronounced in modern societies, in which left-brain, intellectual dominance produces a feeling of top-heaviness. When we say that someone is "stuck-up, hung-up" or "too much in their head," this is an accurate assessment of qi imbalance.

Its best to always breathe in through the nose, because cilia and mucus.
Kevin Randleman - Tue, 11 Jul 2017 19:29:42 EST fYuvMJeH No.57804 Reply
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>>57803 (Pt II)

Relaxed Body, Relaxed Mind
>Emotions that have been repressed for long periods of time are armored into specific muscular tensions and postural defects. For instance, if we tense our throat when we are unhappy, rather than releasing the pressure of sorrow with tears, this might eventually become chronic neck pain. [..]

Unfortunately, these internalized tensions tend to stay with us. As we become used to tension, it becomes part of our reality and identity. These tension and the situation that engendered it lapse into unconsciousness. This is the root of many chronic psychosomatic disorders.

Through qigong practice, we learn how to bring tense areas of the body into the light of awareness. Awareness is so powerful that it is sometimes sifficient to change a fixed pattern of behavior. Emotions that have been locked into the tension come more easily into consciousness. Old memories and feelings thaw out, realeased from the frozen tissue. If this does not resolve the issue, it at least makes it available to work with, whether in one's own introspective process or with a psychotherapist.

[..] Awareness is the essential ingredient in relaxation. Once the student is aware, it is possible to feel what is wrong and to exercise some control. This is called ting jing, "listening to the energy." Listening to the energy leads to dong jing, "comprehending and controlling the energy." However, since tension and effort are the problems, awareness and relaxation, although certainly involving focus and intent, should be effortless, a process of surrendering. Can you try to relax? I think not. Relaxation is a matter of paying attention and not doing.

The Organ-Emotion Link
>Lao Zi suggests a distinction between healthy and unhealthy emotion in his classic Dao De Jing: "The highest virtue is not virtuous, and is thus virtuous"; that is, true virtue is not self-consciously or compulsively virtuous.

Compulsive do-gooders are really afraid of or denying their own aggression and hostility. They try always to do what is "best," preferring to be placating, submissive, or self-sacrificing rather than expressing or fighting for what they genuinely feel, lest they "make waves." "The sage is not a do-gooder," says Lao Zi. The sage is true to his or her nature, neither compulsively following nor rebelling against rules of conduct. The sage is capable of expressing emotions, including anger, as necessary and appropriate to the situation. He or she practices self-acceptance and is thus more accepting and understanding of others. The first step in self-acceptance is giving oneself permission to feel what one is feeling; then inner resistance and friction is lessened and much of one's anger is already gone.

That joy is considered a negative emotion is troubling to most Western students of qigong until they realize that in Chinese medical literature the term joy (le) means ecvitability, a tendency toward giddiness, talkativeness, lavishness, and general excess." "joy" disperses and scatters the qi.

The lungs are healed by yi, often translated "righteousness," in the sense of integrity and dignity. [..] Yi means giving yourself and others a kind of psycological elbow room, room to live and breathe. The kidneys are healed by zhi, wisdom. Zhi imlpies clear perception and self-understanding, a sure antidote for irrational fears. The anger of the live is mended with kindness (ren). The Confucian virtue ren is a pictogram of two people walking otgether. It is sometimes defined as the natural feelings that arise with companionship: benevolence and "human-heartedness." In the Analects, Confucius says, "Ren consists in loving others". The excitability of the heart is balanced by peace, calm, orderliness, all implied by the Chinese word li. Li is usually translated "ritual." However, Confucian texts make it clear that li is not only ritual, but the state of mind required to perform ritual properly and evoked by the performances. Li connotes "orderliness," setting limits on one's behavior as a means of fostering social harmony. Finally, the spleen is healed by the cultivation of xin. This is a rich concept that can mean trust, faith, honesty, confidence, belief. Trust is openness and acceptance, a feeling that emerges when one finds a common ground with another. Trust is a cure for the knotted qi that occurs from both pensiveness (an internal knot and stangnation) and empathy (one's qi tried to another).

[..] The spleen is damaged by pensiveness. The qi becomes knotted and stuck. Pensiveness means excess concentration, an obsessive preoccupation with a concept or subject.

Excess empathy also harms the spleen. Empathy is similar to compassion. The American Heritage Dictionary defines compassion as "Deep awareness of the suffering of another coupled with the wish to relieve it." Empathy means that we also identify with that person's suffering. This feeling is especially strong when we come in contact with individuals who are facing hardships we ourselves have endured. Empathy is a positive attribute and creates a healing trust in any relationship, especially a therapeutic one.

Empathy is considered excessive and damaging to the spleen when we lose a clear recogniition of boundaries, when we feel distraught and upset by someone else's problems. Pensiveness and excess empathy, the two qualities that harm the spleen, are related. We are pensive when we are preoccupied with ourselves; we are overly empathic when we are preoccupied with others.

[..] There is a wonderful cure for both of the spleen's emotional pathogens--pensiveness and empathy. "Lose your mind and come to your senses." Spend more time in nature, seeing nature as a posit…
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Nam Phan - Wed, 26 Jul 2017 11:57:20 EST kFWfnro5 No.57812 Reply
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Thank you. That meant a lot to me and helped a good lot! What's amazing is I was listening to an Alan Watts lecture on how to learn faster, right when he stopped was right when I got to the part about Alan Watts. Like woah, yo.

War Machine gets 36 years to life in Christy Mack sexual assault case

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- Mon, 05 Jun 2017 21:26:30 EST FeFxDNRI No.57765
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A former UFC fighter has gotten a life sentence — with the possibility of parole — in a high-profile sexual assault case in Las Vegas.

War Machine, who competed on The Ultimate Fighter and also fought for Bellator, was sentenced to 36 years to life by a Clark County (Nev.) District Court judge Monday in a sexual assault and kidnapping case involving his ex-girlfriend Christine Mackinday.

War Machine, who was born Jonathan Koppenhaver, was found guilty on 29 of 34 charges in March, including counts for sexual assault and kidnapping. The 35-year-old will be 71 years old by the time he gets the opportunity at parole.

Judge Elissa Cadish told Koppenhaver that she didn’t think he was a “monster,” but a human being with good points and bad points. At trial, Koppenhaver’s defense mentioned issues he had in his youth, notably a hatred toward his mother. Cadish said she wished Koppenhaver had gotten needed help as a child, but still had to face the consequences of his actions as a grown man.

“As an adult, it’s up to you to address the issues that you had and certainly, as you know, it’s not appropriate to take it out on these other people around you,” Cadish said. “It’s not like this case is the first case. … There were many points along the way that should have been red flags that something had to change. I'm just grateful that we don’t have a murder case on our hands.”

Cadish said she still had to rule on a lengthy sentence to “avoid possible danger to future potential victims.”

Mackinday said at trial that Koppenhaver knocked out her teeth, broke her eye socket, fractured her rib and ruptured her liver in a 2014 attack. She said Koppenhaver attempted to rape her at knifepoint, but was unable to do so, and then chopped off her hair. Koppenhaver was also found guilty of battering the man Mackinday was with that night, Corey Thomas.

Mackinday, most known by her porn actress stage name Christy Mack, spoke at the sentencing hearing and said she believes Koppenhaver would kill her when he gets out of jail. Koppenhaver was offered 16 years to life previously and turned it down. Mackinday was not in favor of only 16 years.

“I would really like to say to everyone that they can trust in the justice system,” Mackinday said. “I want them to know that there is justice out there.”

War Machine’s lawyer Jay Liederman argued initially at the sentencing hearing for a new trial, claiming that he did not sufficiently argue that Koppenhaver was in a state of unconsciousness during the attack on Mackinday. Cadish denied the motion.

Koppenhaver said at the hearing that he had found God and regrets every day what he has done. He said he hated himself and used to punch himself while looking in the mirror. Koppenhaver compared himself to Aaron Hernandez; he attempted to suicide while in jail in 2014.

“I’m just glad that I’ve finally woken up and seen the truth,” War Machine said. “I really feel like I’d be a good role model and help people wherever I end up.”

source - http://www.mmafighting.com/2017/6/5/15742902/war-machine-gets-36-years-to-life-in-christy-mack-sexual-assault-case
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Tiequan Zhang - Mon, 12 Jun 2017 17:06:43 EST 5qMytwEU No.57771 Reply
>“I’m just glad that I’ve finally woken up and seen the truth,” War Machine said. “I really feel like I’d be a good role model and help people wherever I end up.”

Bullshit motherfucker. You're gonna end up like Dahmer, you fucking rat bastard. I'm gonna laugh when they broadcast the images of your disemboweled corpse around the world.
Michael Schiavello - Tue, 18 Jul 2017 17:08:02 EST L027onsp No.57810 Reply
yeah they really cracked down on the violence in the 80's because they really hate jolly african-americans THAT much

UFC strips Germaine de Randamie of featherweight title for refusing to fight Cris 'Cyborg' Santos

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- Mon, 19 Jun 2017 13:41:52 EST eA49qFgu No.57788
File: 1497894112026.jpg -(38599B / 37.69KB, 800x450) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. UFC strips Germaine de Randamie of featherweight title for refusing to fight Cris 'Cyborg' Santos

lol. complete bullshit. How long until Dana cuts Mr. McMahon style promos between fights? I'm surprised they didn't put this on TV. The champ shouldn't have to fight a roided up woman if she doesn't want to.

How many times does the UFC put on a title fight where the challenger isn't even the #1 contender? de Randamie vs Megan Anderson would be just as good a match.

Cyborg isn't worth this headache, and the whole featherweight division is a joke.
Patrick Cote - Tue, 20 Jun 2017 19:11:59 EST JndLd2XF No.57789 Reply

Guessing this is going to lead to another fight against Holm, with the winner being sent to slaughter against Cyborg.

Also, UFC matchmaking with zero relation to rankings isn't anything new. In the post-McGregor world of the UFC they'll make whatever matches they think will generate bigger buyrates, regardless of whoever they rank as #1 or #2 on their own damn website.
Georges St-Pierre - Wed, 21 Jun 2017 09:21:26 EST wAJK7Kco No.57790 Reply
>the UFC they'll make whatever matches they think will generate bigger buyrates
including just stripping champions of their belts... mighty mouse is lucky there aren't a couple of big names in his division, i guess.

they can't have it both ways, like "cyborg is the top contender, you have to fight her", when a guy likes chael sonnen gets title fights...
Chad Griggs - Sat, 15 Jul 2017 01:47:49 EST mJXqUEvn No.57809 Reply
in fairness, the middleweight division was a gong show the first time Sonnen fought Silva, and the second fight was justified by his performance in the first.

It is, however, highly bullshit that he got a shot against Jones in his first LHW fight.

Remember though, this is a contender getting a break, not the champ. I'd say the UFC has been pretty consistent with not allowing champions to duck a #1 contender.

Dana White's Tuesday Fights

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- Tue, 23 May 2017 07:13:24 EST JndLd2XF No.57751
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This board is deader than disco but since this is 2 months away maybe people will see this by then. Anyways, the UFC is going to start a weekly TV show of live fights between guys on the verge of being cut for multiple consecutive losses, guys that were being squeezed out of their third guaranteed yearly fight on PPV and Fox cards, and I guess guys that haven't gotten a multi-fight contract from UFC yet. Mite be cool. The catch is that it'll be broadcast on Fight Pass, though, and I dunno anyone that's ever subscribed to Fight Pass.
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Mike Russow - Sun, 28 May 2017 00:28:24 EST R6sQBghR No.57754 Reply
Fighting for their livelihoods? Sounds good to me.
Gray Maynard - Mon, 10 Jul 2017 21:15:29 EST fDyuC/db No.57802 Reply
we need to stream it with the alternative snoop dog/ faber audio
C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Tue, 11 Jul 2017 22:46:14 EST rP+3x8bg No.57805 Reply
We did apparently. Pretty surreal stuff.

RIP Jose Aldo's UFC career

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- Sun, 04 Jun 2017 01:09:28 EST JndLd2XF No.57760
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Holloway just completely destroyed Aldo. I agreed with Aldo when he got dicked around for a couple years straight instead of getting his rematch against McGregor, but it's pretty clear his posturing and gambits failed in the end. Think he gets cut on Monday? Bellator's been making a small bit of headway on UFC's market share so I'm not sure if Dana will still cut fighters out of spite anymore instead of making them languish through the rest of their contract. Either way, Aldo's never getting another title shot in the UFC after this. Too bad Dana's stuck carrying McGregor's jockstrap so he can get embarrassed by Mayweather for one last huge payday before he retires, because seeing Holloway-McGregor could have been a huge UFC main event.
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Ben Henderson - Thu, 15 Jun 2017 22:03:19 EST Y+M4VC9O No.57778 Reply
It's ALL good buddy, I was just checking out this board and it is SLOW. Enjoy the fight brother, even if it is a joke.
Pat Healy - Sat, 17 Jun 2017 02:07:45 EST XsXt8CHw No.57782 Reply
>give him his rematch with Conor.
Unfortunately he lost a lot of his leverage for a rematch. After he lost he was saying that he would fight Connor any time any place.
IIRC someone dropped out of a fight with Connor, they asked him if he wanted the fight. Abet on short notice.
And Mr. 'Any time, any place', said no.
Yuji Shimada - Sat, 24 Jun 2017 17:14:04 EST VRLuk+B+ No.57793 Reply

Bullshit excuse. Every Brazilian is on their death bed before walking to the cage if you believe any of what they say.

What if WWE purchased or started up a MMA promotion?

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!U4fi6zQLyI - Tue, 12 May 2015 02:15:45 EST Lq91nhXH No.56002
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What would your reaction be?
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Michael Schiavello - Fri, 02 Jun 2017 18:58:03 EST 8byxVZkd No.57759 Reply
they probably already have mma gyms and crossfit parlours
I mean, they have a publishing company
Mark Coleman - Sun, 04 Jun 2017 01:14:48 EST JndLd2XF No.57761 Reply

If it makes you feel any better he's a known pedophile on here that for some reason still uses his tainted tripcode everywhere except on /wooo/, so him deriding a fanbase of a TV show is trite when he talked about on here beating off to his little sister and her friends.
C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 05 Jun 2017 10:51:26 EST hqx9s+qu No.57763 Reply
I doubt it. They already failed to get into bodybuilding and football and they'd probably fail just as bad getting into MMA.

and a movie studio.

Male vs. Female

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- Wed, 03 May 2017 00:45:24 EST Ylp/6eOe No.57738
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Would McGregor vs Rousey or Holm draw? Would it be more "fair" if Connor went down to feather weight? Why is this not a thing?
Tim Kennedy - Wed, 10 May 2017 20:54:29 EST JndLd2XF No.57739 Reply

If it happened it would draw for the freakshow/trainwreck aspect of it. UFC would be murdered by the press for it and would lose sponsorships over it, though. No state athletic comission would ever sanction it, either, so they would have to hold it on International Waters or on some Caribbean island. Or in Japan, because Japan is fucking wacky as shit.

No contact

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- Sat, 13 May 2017 16:59:48 EST t8lrHORL No.57740
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Looking for martial arts based on no contact dodging/parrying
Or any that encourages it.
Clips and gifs would be nice.
Mark Kerr - Mon, 15 May 2017 08:46:08 EST x6FVDywF No.57741 Reply
Capoeira, Uprocking, Aikido and White Crane kung fu.
DaMarques Johnson - Sat, 20 May 2017 01:15:22 EST P9H+HbO5 No.57746 Reply
Yellow Bamboo is all you need, accept no substitutes

Anthony Johnson status:

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!uhdacqdci6 - Sun, 24 May 2015 08:46:48 EST s7PHVekK No.56051
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More proof you can't be a one round knockout striker and expect to win against a world class wrestler. Reminded me quite a bit of Shane Carwin vs Brock Lesnar. If we'd seen Johnson go against Jones, I bet Jones would've just been even more dominant. He wouldn't have wrestled him, but I bet we would've seen a lot of clinch work like in Cormier vs Jones to wear him down and kill his striking game. Looks like Bader is next up for a title shot, which will be the easiest fight in the division to call.
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[name redacted] !6fGmhrVKuE - Mon, 29 Jun 2015 19:19:06 EST de6baGOU No.56129 Reply
Yeah there will be a lot more shitty fights, but I think there are a lot that are clean too. It'll be funny to see if any of the lower ranked guys suddenly rise to the top of the rankings because everyone has to be clean now. I'm pretty sure Dan Henderson and Frankie Edgar clean, so they could jump up a bit. The IV thing will definitely affect Aldo too, I don't think he'll stay in featherweight after this fight win or lose.
CM Punk (Team Act Yasukawa) !uhdacqdci6 - Mon, 29 Jun 2015 22:59:59 EST s7PHVekK No.56130 Reply
From what I heard from Meltzer a while back, it's obviously impossible to know the exact numbers, but in general, the lower weight classes (probably featherweight and maybe lightweight and lower) have next to no steroid use because of the need to cut weight down. Welterweight and middleweight are kind of half-and-half, and lightheavyweight and heavyweight are rife with users. The biggest problem, though, are diuretic steroids which help with weight cuts, and those can be used by any weight class.

Also, just to clarify a bit, IVs are not banned BECAUSE of weight cutting. They're actually banned because USADA found out people in cycling were using IVs to cover up dope use and it was working. Numerous other things, like blood transfusions, are also banned for the same reason. Losing the ability to weight cut is a side effect of this policy.
CM Punk (Team Asuka) !uhdacqdci6 - Sun, 09 Apr 2017 00:50:53 EST vrEWpBpo No.57730 Reply
Updated status:


War Machine on the run after Christy Mack assault

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>Christy Mack is telling her side of the story and it's very ugly including 18 broken bones around her eyes, 2 broken bones in her nose, a ruptured liver and more. She says she expected to be killed by War Machine and fled the house when he left to get another knife from the kitchen after he broke the first one.
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Jonathan Brookins - Sat, 01 Apr 2017 20:35:21 EST LBZ49hbD No.57716 Reply
18 broken bones around her eyes

Since when are there that many in the head?
CM Punk (Team Asuka) !uhdacqdci6 - Sat, 01 Apr 2017 22:00:40 EST vrEWpBpo No.57718 Reply
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There are over 20 bones in the skull.
Jonathan Brookins - Sat, 01 Apr 2017 22:08:02 EST LBZ49hbD No.57719 Reply
Bullshit. I took college level anatomy and they didnt say a word about those

Jessie Taylor, The Ultimate Pope

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- Thu, 30 Mar 2017 09:16:08 EST FXjGhed3 No.57712
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So the other night I had this dream that they had picked a new Pope, like in that Dan Brown book, right? And they picked Jesse Taylor, from TUF series 7, Team Griffin v.s. Team Jackson.

And he kicks the window of the Popemobile out and rampages through the Vatican, chasing nuns and fighting the Swiss Guard, and screaming "I'M THE POPE! I'M THE POPE!", you know, wearing the robes and the hat and everything.

I'm going to have to explain my random bursts of giggling to my wife at some stage.

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