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Wow Dos Santos Is A Beast.

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When I first heard about these two fighting this past summer. I was ready to order the ppv. I figured it was going to be a blood bath and at lest go 3 rounds. The fight starts I head to the bath room. When I get back there putting the belt around Santos. I am like what happened. That was a nasty hook. Brock is next. I really hope that one gos all five rounds.

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I too just got back from the kitchen with some pizza and uhh done.

What a let down entertainment wise this was. This might make FOX think again about regular showings or at least give us more fights per program.

Cain looked a bit flabby to me but I havent see him much.

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flashbacks to cain vs kongo ;)

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The Bendo v Guida fight was awesome and would have been great for the "new" MMA fan to see. They blew it not showing the co- and Main event. Sounds like all the future Fox cards will be a full card just like on PPV or Spike, so it should only get better from here. Bummer it was over so fast, but a striker with TDD is Cain's kryptonite.

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I cant believe you actually went to the bathroom as the fight started. :unsure:

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i missed that fight. i wish i coulda caught it

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The Bendo v Guida fight was awesome and would have been great for the "new" MMA fan to see. They blew it not showing the co- and Main event. Sounds like all the future Fox cards will be a full card just like on PPV or Spike, so it should only get better from here. Bummer it was over so fast, but a striker with TDD is Cain's kryptonite.

that was a real good fight

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5bass I just woke up from a nap and had to pee. I have seen hundards of fights and I can only think of two that only lasted one minute.

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Does anybody else think the heavyweights lack depth. I know Dana was trying to pump up the division but really, compared to the other weight classes, it just seems the heavyweights dont have much going for it. I will say its my least favorite division which is the exact opposite of boxing :huh:

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Does anybody else think the heavyweights lack depth. I know Dana was trying to pump up the division but really, compared to the other weight classes, it just seems the heavyweights dont have much going for it. I will say its my least favorite division which is the exact opposite of boxing :huh:

There are deeper divisions in the UFC, but this is BY FAR the best the UFC HW division has ever been. Now with the addition of Alistair Overeem, it continues to improve.

There's also a wildcard out there, Fedor, probably the best pound-for-pound MMA fighter of all time. Even though he's looked extremely rusty since the collapse of PRIDE FC in Japan, who's to say he doesn't have a few good fights left in him? Despite the past drama between him and Dana, I wouldn't be surprised if he were willing to sign with the UFC now since his stock is so low. I think being able to compete regularly might get him back in his groove. At the very least, he could get a few more paychecks and the UFC could sell a bunch of PPVs.

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There are deeper divisions in the UFC, but this is BY FAR the best the UFC HW division has ever been. Now with the addition of Alistair Overeem, it continues to improve.

There's also a wildcard out there, Fedor, probably the best pound-for-pound MMA fighter of all time. Even though he's looked extremely rusty since the collapse of PRIDE FC in Japan, who's to say he doesn't have a few good fights left in him? Despite the past drama between him and Dana, I wouldn't be surprised if he were willing to sign with the UFC now since his stock is so low. I think being able to compete regularly might get him back in his groove. At the very least, he could get a few more paychecks and the UFC could sell a bunch of PPVs.

Maybe i'm just missing the good ole days with the likes of Mark Coleman, Bas Ruutton, Kevin Randleman, Pedro Rizzo, Pete Williams, a prime randy Coulture, up and coming Frank Mir, Tim Sylvia, and my favorite..Andrei Arlovski. And even though Tank Abbot never amounted to anything extraordinary there was always an excitement watching him sling punches for 30 secs before he tired himself out :D

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