Anyone excited for the Dillashaw vs. Barao rematch?
#1 11-07-2014, 14:15:27 PM
I imagine Svetlana is hoping to see Barao regain his title. I personally can't wait to watch Dillashaw dominate another match. And let's face it, it will happen. Dillashaw has proven himself to be one of the pound for pound best fighters on the planet and his reign is inevitable at this point.

#2 11-07-2014, 14:30:33 PM
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no i don't really like UFC that much

it's like some random white guy with a mohawk beats a big black guy with an armbar submission, but IN A REAL FIGHT the black guy would have just shot or stabbed him so it's not very realistic

#3 11-07-2014, 16:23:43 PM

lana_chan my name is erin
#4 12-07-2014, 01:44:48 AM
The tiger of Brazil, Renan Barao.

#5 12-07-2014, 17:45:58 PM
never heard

lana_chan my name is erin
#6 13-07-2014, 02:48:41 AM
You don't even keep up with FIFA so why would you? Which by the way is commendable and the rest of us should take you as our example. It is unacceptable for us to enjoy a football game when the stadiums are built on the corpses of the workers who built them. Just look at what is happening in Qatar and what already happened in Brazil. Anyone who watches FIFA is a scumbag who overlooks the human cost in putting on the games. Frankly we should be ashamed.

Thank you for setting a good example to the FIFA mongers, Svetlana.

#7 13-07-2014, 08:46:14 AM
I agree, corpses piling up so smug American hipsters can act like they know a lot about soccer while they watch comfortably from thousands of miles away from the death and slavery like work conditions. It is a disgrace. I bet some of these American hipsters think they are forward thinking and progressive, also.

#8 13-07-2014, 14:37:44 PM

lana_chan my name is erin
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