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Bright Idea Of The Day

September 19, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: Sports |

On Monday’s edition of The MMA Hour, Ronda Rousey’s head coach Edmond Tarverdyan  n said he’d be interested in seeing Ronda Rousey take on UFC featherweight champion Cris “Cyborg” Justino:

“That’s the one,” Tarverdyan said of this fight. “I want that fight. When I trained Ronda, I know Ronda could beat Cyborg. I know that. Cyborg is too slow.”

“If she wants to make a comeback and get one fight, I think she will do the best she’s ever done and I think she’ll be victorious,” Tarverdyan added. “Because I know Ronda’s personality, because she’s happy right now and she has a good challenge in front of her that she focuses on. I think whatever she wants to do right now, she can do. It’s in her mind.”

Edmond must be listed on her will because she will be absoultely murdered if she steps into the ring with Cyborg. This guy is fucking delusional.

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How The F**k Did One Jude Score The GGG/Canelo Fight 118-110?

September 18, 2017 | 3 Comments » | Topics: Sports |

One word: Corruption

Thomas Hauser wrote a brilliant piece about this :

Where big fights are concerned, referees and judges receive huge officiating fees and generous travel allowances that flow directly or indirectly from the promoter. They’ve also been known to get other gratuities from promoters, including ringside tickets for family members and friends. Their assignments might come through world sanctioning organizations and state athletic commissions. But the true source of their perks is the promoter, who usually has a vested interest in the outcome of the fight.

As Lou DiBella notes, “When a judge or referee asks a promoter for another first-class ticket so he can fly to a fight with his girlfriend or wife, there’s an implied quid pro quo. Anyone who refuses to admit that is lying.”

When someone who is supposed to be a neutral official understands that he (or she) can receive something of value by ruling a particular way, it undermines the integrity of the process. Yet in some jurisdictions, major promoters even have the power to blackball referees and judges.

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Welcome To Caveman’s Fight Club!

September 13, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: Sports |

Max Holloway and Ricardo Lamas stand and bang at UFC 199

 

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A Damn Fine Collection Of Fascinating SPORTS Photos And Videos

September 8, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: main, Sports |

The Green Bay Packers carry head coach Vince Lombardi off the field after their 33-14 victory over the Oakland Raiders. Super Bowl II, Jan. 14, 1968

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Welcome To Caveman’s Fight Club

September 6, 2017 | 1 Comment » | Topics: main, Sports |

How not to be a little bitch..Man refuses to be intimidated by a gangster

 

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A Damn Fine Collection Of Fascinating SPORTS Photos And Videos

September 1, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: Sports |

Conor reflects on his bout with Floyd Mayweather

Just coming back around after a whirlwind couple of days. Thank you to all the fans for the support of the fight and the event! Without your support we as fighters are nothing so I thank you all! Thank you to my team of coaches and training partners! I had an amazing team and It truly was an amazing and enjoyable camp, and honestly I feel with just a little change in certain areas of the prep, we could have built the engine for 12 full rounds under stress, and got the better result on the night. Getting to 12 rounds alone in practice was always the challenge in this camp. We started slowly getting to the 12 and decreasing the stress in the rounds the closer it got to 12. I think for the time we had, 10 weeks in camp, it had to be done this way. If I began with a loaded 12 rounds under much stress I would have only hit a brick wall and lost progress as a result and potentially not made the fight. A little more time and we could have made the 12 cleanly, while under more stress, and made it thru the later rounds in the actual fight. I feel every decision we made at each given time was the correct decision, and I am proud of everyone of my team for what we done in the short time that we done it. 30 minutes was the longest I have fought in a ring or cage or anywhere. Surpassing my previous time of 25 minutes. I am happy for the experience and happy to take all these great lessons with me and implement them into my camp going forward. Another day another lesson! Congrats to Floyd on a well fought match. Very experienced and methodical in his work. I wish him well in retirement. He is a heck of a boxer. His experience, his patience and his endurance won him this fight hands down. I always told him he was not a fighter but a boxer. But sharing the ring with him he is certainly a solid fighter. Strong in the clinch. Great understanding of frames and head position. He has some very strong tools he could bring into an MMA game for sure. Here is a toast of whiskey to everyone involved in this event and everyone who enjoyed it! Thank you to you all! Onto the next one!

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Welcome To Caveman’s Fight Club!

August 30, 2017 | 1 Comment » | Topics: Sports |

Floyd Mayweather parrying Conor McGregor’s offense 

 

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Poll Of The Day

August 25, 2017 | 5 Comments » | Topics: Poll, Sports |

 

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