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Old 06-15-2009, 09:58 PM
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Originally Posted by Tyburn
Think very carefully and tell me what Cain Valasquez has, that Marcus Davis does not.

I illustrate my point.

Marcus O'Brian would get away with it...

Also...forgive me for being Technical...but firstly, if Cain was born to an immigrant, that means his Father was not an American Citizen...it means Cain can honnestly say by rights that he wasnt born to an American Family. Secondly, Cain is only one Generation removed from his Heratage...how far back do you have to go with Davis to find an Irish Citizen? Three...Four...most likely...possibly further back then that...is there a living member of his Family who IS Irish? If his Parents are, then I retract the latter.
Davis is a name of French, Welsh, and Irish descent.

Marcus Davis was born in the U.S., but both of his parents came from Waterford, Ireland - he has said this repeated times.

In Davis' case, none of his parents were U.S. Citizens, it means Cain can honestly say rights that he wasn't born to an American family, on either side.
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