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Old 02-02-2009, 03:00 AM
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every great fighter has quit in his career before. hughes did against GSP, GSP did against serra, BJ did against GSP. GSP made the right decision by tapping because he knew he was beat and BJ's coach made the right decision by telling the ref to stop it because he knew BJ was beat. the list goes on. this thread is very hypocritical and alot of people need to grow up here.
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Old 02-02-2009, 03:00 AM
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Well, I am not here THAT often these days, but I do visit at least once or twice a day during non-event weeks. I've been here long enough that it's getting easier to find the lines drawn, even when they are moved every now and again lol.

I'm cool with it... If all else fails, I'll thrown some Hughes gear on, and just shout at the monitor lmfao.
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Old 02-02-2009, 03:04 AM
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I don't know if I would call BJ a quitter,but the doc and his corner must of saw something to call fight. Why take a chance of getting seriously hurt if u don't have too. He just looked like crap the whole fight,and some of it was do to GSP,but some of it was something else(maybe the rumors of GSP oiling up was true )

Bj needs to stay at 155 but I understand the lust for more competition he just got nailed on this one...I still don't believe he trained right for this fight,and hes way to reliant on the hype on his skills. Theres always someone better at Jits/boxing etc...
He seriously needs to think about joining a legit camp that can push him and make him better. I know this sounds odd,but maybe he needs to take a page out of Karo's book and join Greg Jackson's camp.....along with GSP No shame in trying to better urself.
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Old 02-02-2009, 03:11 AM
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Originally Posted by que
every great fighter has quit in his career before. hughes did against GSP, GSP did against serra, BJ did against GSP. GSP made the right decision by tapping because he knew he was beat and BJ's coach made the right decision by telling the ref to stop it because he knew BJ was beat. the list goes on. this thread is very hypocritical and alot of people need to grow up here.
Just gotta remember BJ bashing here is okay hes public enemy #1 on this site
Just gotta remember don't bash Matt or Nate will pull ur nose hairs out one by one or don't bash Pulver or Tyburn will reach thru the computer and put a hex on you
O, and its definately okay to bash Matt Serra don't know who is more hated on this site him or BJ.
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Old 02-02-2009, 03:13 AM
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if he were a quitter, he would have let GSP pound him out instead of fighting every second of every round he was out there. his big brother saw his flesh n blood getting wrecked and wanted to save him. that's a lot different than tapping early to an armbar without fighting it or tapping to strikes which BJ could have done (but didn't) and GSP did.
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