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post May 23 2008, 11:35 PM
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Kazushi Sakuraba here. The guy is/was a legend who never backed down from a challenge, and was constantly outweighed/outgunned by much larger opponents. What he did in the Pride 2000 Grand Prix is mythic. (Win over Guz Mezger, hour-and-a-half win over Royce Gracie, and going the time limit with a prime Igor Vovchanchyn was unbelievable.)

Seeing Saku do cartwheels and shit against the Gracie's, hitting them with fucking mongolian chops; in addition to M. Bison style double leg divebombs against Vitor Belfort whilst applying RNC's to Quinton Jackson after being on the receiving end of exactly 212 power bombs is more than enough to earn the top spot on my list.

Sakuraba is now taking on another giant puncher in Melvin Manhoef in the quarter finals of Dream's middleweight grand prix, and only God knows if he's got anything left in the tank to pull off another miracle. Either way, the guy's a legend and any fan (or so-called fan) of Mixed Martial Arts owes it to himself/herself to check out Saku's body of work.

So how about you guys? Any old or new favorites at the top of your list? (Any cunt dripping with Kimbo Slice jizz need not apply.)
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post May 24 2008, 09:13 AM
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Lol @ 212 powerbombs. Sak is sick and I hope he retires soon. MM is no joke. Sak would probably be my toughest MMA fighter of all time, but my personal favorite would probably be Rampage. I've pretty much watched him transform himself into a true mixed martial artist. More than just inside the ring/cage I truly like his sense of humor and the way he entertains. You were reading my mind b/c as a joke I was going to say Kimbo Slice. Lol!
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post May 24 2008, 08:39 PM
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QUOTE(pcraw @ May 24 2008, 09:13 AM) [snapback]390511[/snapback]
Lol @ 212 powerbombs. Sak is sick and I hope he retires soon. MM is no joke. Sak would probably be my toughest MMA fighter of all time, but my personal favorite would probably be Rampage. I've pretty much watched him transform himself into a true mixed martial artist. More than just inside the ring/cage I truly like his sense of humor and the way he entertains. You were reading my mind b/c as a joke I was going to say Kimbo Slice. Lol!

People may not believe it because of how hard I am on him, but Rampage is one of my favorites as well. And you're on point with the "transform himself" remark. Rampage started out as a wrestler, nothing more. He couldn't stand and trade and he couldn't work the ground. Just to give you an idea on how bad his standup was... he used train stand-up with Tito Ortiz. Ouch.

The rapidity in which Quinton Jackson improved in this sport is mind blowing. Alot of people don't even know that Quinton fought (and won) in K-1 kickboxing when Pride and K-1 had their crossover event, Dynamite! That's fucking insane for a guy whose standup was consistantly referred to as "garbage" just a short time earlier.

In addition, Quinton had HUGE victories early in his career against Igor Vovchanchyn, Kevin Randleman, Chuck Liddell, and Ricardo Arona. These were all fights he was expected to lose, and lose badly. Hell, other than his seeming inability to defend against the Thai clinch, I've not seen any outstanding weaknesses in Quinton's game. He powers his way out of submissions, and his standup is now among the best (if not THE best) in the 205lb division, and his G'n'P is vicious. (Just ask Chuck Liddell circa 2003. He was literally crying in the ring under Rampage's BRUTAL body shots.)

More than any of this, Rampage is a genuinely nice, funny dude. He has a good heart, and a good grasp on the world. (You or Ben should mention fighting/living in Japan the next time you interview Quinton. He speaks pretty good Japanese, and I know for a fact he misses fighting for those fans very much. I'd be interested to hear his thoughts on all of that.)

On a side note, I know you like Nick Diaz too. Did you ever hear his post-fight interview after the Gomi win? Classic Diaz right there. (IMG:style_emoticons/default/laugh.gif)
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post May 25 2008, 02:48 AM
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Rampage and Wanderlei...two beasts.
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post May 25 2008, 05:59 PM
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Yeah, I saw Nick's post fight. "There is that little fucker right there" when Gomi walked past him. Lol. They shouldve never let Gomi loose in Vegas b/c he obviously got caught up in the night life. Agrred with everything you said about Rampage. I remember having a convo with Page about his Pride days, but I think it was off record. I didnt know he spoke Japanese though; that's crazy! I know Sokoudjou misses the hell out of Pride. Will Affliction be in a ring or cage? You know?
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post May 25 2008, 11:47 PM
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Yeah, I saw Nick's post fight. "There is that little fucker right there" when Gomi walked past him. Lol. They shouldve never let Gomi loose in Vegas b/c he obviously got caught up in the night life. Agrred with everything you said about Rampage. I remember having a convo with Page about his Pride days, but I think it was off record. I didnt know he spoke Japanese though; that's crazy! I know Sokoudjou misses the hell out of Pride. Will Affliction be in a ring or cage? You know?

In a ring was the last I heard, because I think Dana White would have more ammo in his gay ass lawsuit if they tried to use a cage.

Main event is pretty decent, Fedor vs. Tim Sylvia. The undercard ain't too bad either; and the winner of the Josh Barnett/Pedro Rizzo fight is supposed to get the winnner of Fedor/Sylvia. (Basically Fedor vs whoever.) I think Barnett should get the win over Rizzo, and it'll set up an interesting fight between Barnett and Fedor, as I think Barnett probably has a better chance at beating Fedor than Randy Couture does.

Back to Nick Diaz for a minute, the best part of that interview was when he said something about Gomo trying to throw some "Haduken" punch in there. (IMG:style_emoticons/default/laugh.gif) Of course NOTHING compares to his MMAweekly interview after the Joe Riggs fight at UFC 57.

ĎThe Diesel,í Joe Riggs, and Nick Diaz exchanged words in the days leading up to their UFC 57: ĎLiddell vs Couture 3' slugfest. They sparred verbally at the elevators, at the weigh-ins, after the weigh-ins, before, during, and after their fight. They went three rounds in the octagon and had an unsanctioned fourth round at a Las Vegas hospital. Riggs recently spoke with MMAWeekly Radio about his battle with Nick Diaz, both in and out of the octagon.

MMAWeekly: Joe, first of all, I want to first congratulate you because I thought you looked good at 170. Watching it on television is one thing, but sitting ringside and hearing the power shots you landed on Nick Diazí face was just wow.

Joe Riggs: Yea. It was good.

MMAWeekly: Talk about his fight. It was a very entertaining fight and a good way to kick off the pay-per-view. How did you see it?

Riggs: It was good man. I havenít seen the fight yet. I was going to watch it today, but it felt good. I got pretty tired, so I wasnít good. I was just really surprised that he took so many shots. It was a little discouraging.

MMAWeekly: How frustrated were you because you were just popping him?

Riggs: Dude. That guy, like when I fought Cabbage, I was wailing on his face like that, but thatís Cabbage man. I hit Diaz hard a lot of times, and it didnít seem to hurt him until the third round. I donít know man. Heís tough. I mean, I donít like the bastard, but heís a tough guy.

MMAWeekly: You get this win. It was a tough, tough fight. 170, do you still want to fight at 170? What are you going to do now?

Riggs: I donít know man. I donít know. I really donít know. Iíll have to sit down and talk to Billy [Rush] and see what we want to do, but itís so hard for me cutting the weight. I was in great shape. I was in great shape for that fight, but I gassed out because of the weight cutting probably.

MMAWeekly: Go to 185 bro. 170 kills you.

Riggs: I know man. I know. People say that my power is lost. That is true. Iím not as strong, but I donít know. Youíre probably right. Iíll be wrestling back and forth with this for a couple of weeks.

MMAWeekly: So you fight, and you have to go to the hospital and get checked out. What the heck happened at the hospital man?

Riggs: Lets clear things up here. Everyone keeps saying that he knocked me out at the hospital. Thatís bullshit.

MMAWeekly: You go to the hospital, take us through this entire situation. You were getting checked out or what? What happened?

Riggs: I was just getting my hands checked out from beating his head so many times. They separated us at the hospital because he keeps talking crap, just going back and forth. He wonít shut up.

MMAWeekly: Were you in the waiting room, or where you actually in a room?

Riggs: We were like going to get a room, and like he is always popping off, talking smack. I go down toward his end of the hospital to find a doctor so he could watch me pee in a cup for the boxing commission, and he comes talking smack. Iím like, go back to the WEC. Youíre bush league. You just got beat up. Thatís two in a row. Youíre out. I was just standing around talking shit to him. He was like, thatís it, and comes out of his room. I had my hands down. He starts coming up to me. I just never in a million years thought heíd throw a punch. He threw a right hook and hit me right in the chin. I mean it hit me right on the button. I seriously canít say that I was knocked out, but I kind of went down to a knee. Then we just fought and scrambled. I put him against the wall and just Thai clinched and started kneeing the shit out of him. His nose was bleeding. I kept kneeing him, and they broke us up. Thatís all that happened.

MMAWeekly: You had an IV in your arm while all of this was happening?

Riggs: Yea. I had an IV going. My blood was spraying everywhere. It was like a horror movie. Iím kneeing him and telling his brother, Iím like, come get your brother off of me. He was like, nothing I can do, man. No. His brother, that guy is an idiot, just hanging off his ball sack like a barnacle. I swear to God, I thought he was all for show. Nick Diaz is legitimately nuts. Heís crazy.

MMAWeekly: That is nuts.

Riggs: It was crazy man. Iíve never seen anything like it in my life. That guy is fricken nuts man. After that, he keeps jawing and talking more crap. Iím like, oh my God dude. I guess Cesar Gracie is telling everybody that we squared up and started throwing down and he knocked me unconscious, and we had to pay them to get him off me, or something like that. I donít know

MMAWeekly: Who stopped this thing because Iím sure the hospital is tripping?

Riggs: Yea. They were squealing. There was this fat lady going Waa, Waa. It was hilarious. This black security guard, a real big dude separated us.

MMAWeekly: That is unbelievable. Thatís nuts.

Riggs. Yea. It is nuts man.

MMAWeekly: You fight for three rounds and then you bang it out at the hospital?

Riggs: Yea. I was done. My hands hurt so bad. I hit him in the forehead too. I was tired of hitting him man. I had to hit him again and I was like I donít want to do it any more. He wasnít done. He wanted to go a couple of more man. He was getting his stitches. He was getting stitched up and he comes flying out there. God. Dude. That is so unprofessional. There is no way he should ever be allowed to fight back in the UFC. Thatís what I would say . . . I had never met him before this weekend, so I wasnít talking smack in any interviews and stuff like that. I see him down at the fights and he is like, are you going to make weight? Are you going to make weight this time? Iím like, you better fucking hope not. Weíre just going back and forth. I never met him before in my life, and he starts talking crap right off the bat.

MMAWeekly: This entire week was crazy. I know you guys had words in the lobby, and then I know at the weigh-ins you were getting ready to step on the scales and you guys are just jawing back and forth.

Riggs: It was nuts. I was going upstairs. I was going upstairs to go take a pee. I look over and heís right in my face. I was like, here it goes. Iíve never been in a situation like that before. I mean unprovoked. I donít know man.

MMAWeekly: At the urinal, and he is staring you down?

Riggs: Yea. He was staring at my dong. I donít know what he was staring at. The guy is nuts. I hope I never see that guy again.

MMAWeekly: Diaz landed a nice shot on you in the first round, how hurt was you in that fight?

Riggs: I had just got stitches out of my eye before. I cut myself a few times before the fight, and he head-butted it and opened it up a little bit. Other than that, he didnít land too many punches.

MMAWeekly: Joe, what do you do now as far as your career goes? If you had to make a decision today, would it be at 185 or would it be at 170?

Riggs: 185.

MMAWeekly: I like 185 a lot better for you.

Riggs: I went down to 170, gave it a shot, beat a couple of tough guys down there, and now Iíll go up to 185 and see whatís next. You know itís going to be me and fat-headed Leben. That is who itís going to be because Joe [Silva] was just talking about that fight.

MMAWeekly: Hold on Riggs. You just got done fighting Diaz and talking about how big of a mouth he has. You just said you should go up to 185. You just now said youíre thinking about it. Youíre automatically calling Leben a fat-head.

Riggs: Heís got a fat head . . . Heís a tough fighter. Iíve met him before. Heís a nice guy, but heís got a fat head. There is not getting around that.

MMAWeekly: So you think youíll be fighting Leben next?

Riggs: I think that is a very good possibility. Who knows? I think thatís a fight that people want to see. Thatís a fight that is fun man. Who knows? We could see that, and there are a lot of options. Weíll see . . . I hope Joe Silva doesnít get mad at me for bringing that up.

MMAWeekly: Thatís okay. Weíre pushing for it anyway. I donít care if the fight has not been talked about . . . What a weird week for you, but you got the win. Those power shots were pretty amazing to sit there ringside and hear them. Congratulations. Great win for you. You were in a must win situation.

Riggs: Iím back.

MMAWeekly: Congratulations. Youíre back. You got a nice win and weíre looking forward to seeing you, weíre pushing for Leben in May. Weíll work it out.

Riggs: Sounds good guys.

MMAWeekly: All right Diesel. Talk to you.

Riggs: Later.



And now, here is the interview they did with Nick Diaz a short time later.


Nick Diaz lost a hard-fought decision against Joe ĎThe Dieselí Riggs at UFC 57: ĎLiddell vs Couture 3.í Riggs gave his account of what took place last Saturday night between the two, in and out of the octagon. Nick Diaz recently spoke with MMAWeekly Radio and told his version of the story.

MMAWeekly: You guys throw down in the ring for three rounds, and then you throw down after. What happened at the hospital?

Nick Diaz: I told him, if you come over here, Iím going to beat your fucking ass. You know what I mean?

MMAWeekly: He said youíre the one that provoked it. Youíre saying heís the one that provoked it?

Diaz: I walked into the hospital talking shit. I had already talked shit after the fight. After the fight, I went in the back, and I was all, fuck you, you fucking bitch. Iíll fight you all night. He was over here talking to a bunch of people and stuff, and I was like, fuck you. He was all, fuck you. I won. Heís all this and that. He goes, go back to the WEC motherfucker. I go into the hospital, right? As soon as I walk into the door with my brother, this motherfucker is strapped to a God damn gurney. Okay? Iím like, what the fuck? Iím like, why are you strapped to a God damn gurney?

I wouldnít even have gone to the hospital, first of all. If I win a fight, I donít even care if I need stitches. I ainít going to no fucking hospital. Iíve got a press conference and all of that stuff. I would have taken care of that shit first. So anyway, heís in the hospital, getting his big steroided ass a fucking IV or whatever. Right when I walk in there, he is looking at me and he is strapped to a gurney. He was all strapped in, and I walked into my room. He was all, whatever. Fuck you. I won. He goes, go back to the WEC. He was all like, go back to the WEC. I was like, fuck you, you fucking bitch. Iíll was, Iíll still fight you, you little bitch ass. I said, you donít want to fight me right now. Youíll get your fucking ass whooped. The put me over in a little room, and heís over standing with Billy Rush, or whoever the hell he was, his partner on the whole other side of the hospital. You know what I mean? There was like a nurses station and the emergency doors, right in front of the nurses station, and a little office room next to that. On his side, thatís the hallway, in between the door and the nurses station.

MMAWeekly: Right.

Diaz: Iím in one room at the end of the hall, and he is at the other in of the hall with a bunch of people. He walked all the way down. I donít know if they sent him over there to get something from the nurses station. You know, because I was a little bit closer to the nurses station. I donít know if they sent him over there, or if he walked over there close to my room, by my room. When he did, he walked all the way over to my room, and I was like, what the fuck are you doing over here?

Do you want to get your ass whooped or what? I was all, I didnít even say that. I started talking sh#t to him when walked over to my room. He was talking sh#t to me too, so I wasnít going to sit there in my room. I got up out of my room, walked out of my room, and I was like, whatís up bitch. He threw up his hands and started doing his little Joe Riggs dance around and shit. I fucking knocked him down. Then he got up and started trying to take me down. I turned him around. I put double under-hooks because he had a single leg. I put both my arms under his. I turned him because Iím hopping on one leg. So I hopped him on one leg, and I hopped him into the little office right next to the doors. You know, where the emergency doors open? You canít get in, but you can get out unless you are an ambulance or whatever. I would have hopped him through those doors; I should have hopped him through those doors and outside, should have taken it outside. But I hopped him into this room and I started punching him in his face up against this wall in this room.

And then the fucking security ran in and grabbed me. I stopped fighting the security and sh#t. I was like, all right, all right, all right. Iím sorry. Iím sorry because they were about to tase us or some sh#t. Seriously, they were going to tase us. The cops came in. I figured the cops would have arrested us, but they were Nick Diaz fans or whatever. One of them got an autograph. They were like, hell no Iím not arresting this guy. Heís my favorite fighter. I couldnít believe it. We were in Vegas, so I figured that is the reason why. I signed some autographs for the police. He was like, get your brother man. Get your brother man. Get your brother man, please. He was like, get your brother man. Heís crazy. Iím like, fuck you. He walked over to my side of the hospital, though. I didnít walk over there to his side of the hospital and try to fight him. I stayed on my side of the hospital. I stayed in my room. Okay?

MMAWeekly: Some people are going to say that you should have walked away in the hospital.

Diaz: I should have, but you know what Iím saying? He shouldnít have came over talking shit. Heís the one who put his hands up, tried to fight me. I ainít no bitch. You know what Iím saying?

MMAWeekly: You felt provoked and that is why you did your thing?

Diaz: Yea. I ainít no bitch. You know what I mean? Thatís why I said Iíll fight him all night. Iíd fight him right now. If he were here, Iíd fight him right now.

MMAWeekly: Nick, arenít you worried about what the UFC will do now? Arenít you worried that you could be kicked out because of this incident?

Diaz: I didnít start it. How the fuck did I start that shit?

MMAWeekly: But people are going to say, Nick, walk away.

Diaz: He came to my side of the hospital. He came all the way and walked over to me. How am I going to walk away? Walk away? If anything, I was cornered. I came out of a room and he was right there outside of a door. It was a small room, an office type of room. You know those rooms they sit you in thatís got a little thing that lays down with a paper over it?

MMAWeekly: Right.

Diaz: I was in one of those rooms. He didnít have a room. He was at the other end of the hall with a bunch of curtains and sh#t, way, way, way down. He walked all the way over. He knew better than to come over by me. He knows Iím fucking nuts. He knows Iím crazy like that.

MMAWeekly: Youíre crazy doing that man.

Diaz: I didnít do it. Thatís what Iím saying. You know what I mean? Think about it. I didnít do sh#t.

Trigg: Nick, do you take medication?

Diaz: No. I donít take no fucking medication. Come on man.

Trigg: Seriously. This is you? This is it every day, all day long?

Diaz: No. Check it out. I just got a little amped up because a buddy of mine called me up and said everyone is talking about me on the radio. I donít call the fucking radio. I could give a shit. Iím just doing my thing and using my free time to do whatever I want to do. I donít get much free time, but right now Iím hearing a bunch of shit. People are talking about me on the radio, so I decided to give you guys a call.

MMAWeekly: We got Joe Riggs account of what happened . . .

Diaz: Whatís his name said something about a urinal. I was in the bathroom or whatever. Iíve never been in a bathroom with him. Iíve never been in a bathroom with him. The only other time I was close enough to Joe Riggs is when we were walking through that long hallway at Mandalay Bay. You know that one where they send you to the convention center? You know youíre going to see your fricken opponent walking through that long ass hallway. He gets all nerve wrecked on the way through walking with Tim Sylvia. Iím just walking with my brother. You know what I mean?

MMAWeekly: Right.

Diaz: He starts talking to us, and Iím like, I donít want to talk to him. The fights are tomorrow. Iíd talk to him any other time, so I just keep walking. All I said was, because he had said something to me, so I just said, are you going to make the weight? He said, yea. I said, Iíll see you. He was like, Iíll see you. Iíll see you. He was all talking shit all the way down the hall. Thatís what started it. I would have never said nothing to him. All I asked was if he was going to make the weight. At the weigh-ins, he comes walking. He always comes walking right over by me. Iím like, dude, donít even come by me. Iím like, I ainít going to move. Iím standing in the stairway. He comes walking through the stairway. Of course, I give him a little dirty look.

That probably wasnít the nicest thing to do. Maybe I shouldnít have given him a dirty look, but I gave him a dirty look. He goes, what the fuck are you looking at bitch? I said, fuck you, you fucking bitch. Get slapped right here motherfucker because he was right there at the weigh-ins. I was like, get slapped right here because he was talking shit to me. I was talking shit to him. Every since then, I donít especially like him because we had words I guess. Iím not a fucking crazy guy. I donít take medication. I just train hard. I just get pissed off. You know what I mean?

MMAWeekly: Nick, you canít be throwing down at a hospital.

Diaz: What do you want me to do?

Trigg: Shut the door. There is a door on the room. Shut the door.

Diaz: Yea. Shut the door on him. Right on, Okay, but I was pissed off.

MMAWeekly: Nick, take us through this fight. Obviously we know what happened after the fight, but were you disappointed? Did you think you won the fight?

Diaz: You know something? Thatís how I got started fighting too. It wasnít because I was a wrestler . . . I didnít start fighting because I was an athletic wrestler. I got lucky to have a little bit of athleticism in me. I started fighting because I got in fights in highschool. I didnít go very good in highschool. I got into a few fights. I had a girlfriend in highschool, and people would give me shit. I would get into fights. At my highschool people were fighting a lot. It was like a thing or something. Thatís how I got started.

I wanted to learn how to fight. I figured that everybody would want to learn how to fight, but it seemed like everybody else was stupid to it. I was the only one who wanted to learn how to fight. I started choking people, and thatís what got me started fighting. That is where it comes from. Thatís how it started, me fighting. It was a fight, fight. Nothing changes. Otherwise, I wouldnít even have had words with the guy. Yea, shut the door on him. Right on, but I ainít no bitch.

MMAWeekly: How did you learn Jiu-Jitsu so well, and so quick?

Diaz: Steve Heath started teaching me Jiu-Jitsu. He noticed that I was there everyday training. I learned a triangle choke, and I started choking big olí steroided people that were big and all about working out and thought they could kick everyoneís ass. I would choke them and I was only fifteen. I was choking big olí dudes. I would tell all of my friends, and they were like, yea, right. Yea, right. They didnít pay no attention to me, but I just thought it was cool. I couldnít believe that I had the capability to do something like that. I didnít know that it was possible to actually learn how to fight. I thought it was always chance, always the stronger guy. You donít know. I watched the UFC. I saw Royce Gracie triangle choke someone. When I heard there was something like that close to where I was, I hit it up.

I went right in there and started working out there. It was a gym. I didnít sign up for the gym and see the classes. I heard about the class, went there, signed up at the gym for the classes they had there. They had like a Shamrock 2000. Steve Heath was training there. After training there for a little while, Steve Heath was about to fight Chuck Liddell, so I started training with him for that fight. I trained more than he did for that fight.

MMAWeekly: Nick, here is the deal. We love the way you fight, but we donít want to see you kicked out of the UFC. Thatís all we are saying.

Diaz: Why would I get kicked out of the UFC for that, though? Why not him? He won. Why didnít he stay the hell away from me? You guys are telling me to shut the door like I started and all this shit, like Iím the big trouble maker. He won the fight. He should be happy. Why is he talking shit to me? Heís over here telling me to go back to the fucking WEC.

MMAWeekly: I hear that. Did you hit him first? Let me ask you that. Even though you were provoked, did you hit him first?

Diaz: Yea. I hit him first, but he was going to hit me. If I had of stood there, he would have hit me.

MMAWeekly: Okay.

Diaz: If I would have stood there in front of him, he would have hit me.

MMAWeekly: In a court of law, theyíre probably going to harass you first because you threw the first punch. Thatís all weíre saying. We want to see you fight. I donít want to this stuff going on behind the scenes.

Diaz: It doesnít go on behind the scenes because all I do is train at the gym. Where is this going to happen behind the scenes? He shouldnít even have been at the hospital. Come on. He didnít even have a big enough cut. What the hell was he doing at the hospital? What did he fucking need, and IV? Are you fucking kidding me. You know what I mean? I donít know man. The fact of the matter is, if he didnít grab the God damn fence like a bitch. If he didnít grab the fucking fence, he would have went down, got passed, and mounted on. I would have beat his ass, fucking Arm Barred his ass.

MMAWeekly: So you feel that was the difference in the fight?

Diaz: Thatís all there is to it. If he didnít grab the fence, I would have finished him half way through the third round. Thatís what was going to happen. He was on his way down. He grabbed the fence. There is no way he would have closed the guard on me. If he had of, I would have beat through that fucking thing, passed his guard, mounted him, and beat him. Itís like, what the fuck?

MMAWeekly: Thank you for giving your side of the story, and we appreciate that.

Diaz: I think they should deduct a round, the whole round from whoever grabs the fence. In Pride they deduct points. They yellow card you. You know what I mean?

MMAWeekly: Itís happened a few different times, from Tim Sylvia last month to this fight.

Diaz: They need to do something about it. And I was never in a bathroom with that guy. I was never in a restroom with Joe Riggs. I was never anywhere or anything like that with him.

MMAWeekly: Thank you for setting the record straight.

Diaz: Right on.

MMAWeekly: Talk to you soon.

Diaz: Take it easy.

MMAWeekly: Take care.

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Wanderlie Silva- in his early Pride days the guy pretty much looked unbeatable.

Anderson Silva- a close second but I believe by the time he's over with his career he'll be remebered as the greatest of all time just my opinion.
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post May 27 2008, 11:24 AM
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I'm going to say a prime Vitor Belfort. The dude was the total package when he started out in the UFC.
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post May 27 2008, 01:40 PM
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I think Karo Parysian is near the top of my list based on just his singing alone.

He's shown that pure Judo with a little bit of striking goes a long way. Of course, it would go a lot farther if he'd train for half his fights...
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post May 27 2008, 09:16 PM
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QUOTE(ElectricTwinkie @ May 27 2008, 02:40 PM) [snapback]390736[/snapback]
I think Karo Parysian is near the top of my list based on just his singing alone.

He's shown that pure Judo with a little bit of striking goes a long way. Of course, it would go a lot farther if he'd train for half his fights...


Vitor was the one who got me into MMA back in 97'.

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