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    UFC PPV drinking game

    http://ufcmania.com/2007/02/03/ufc-6...ng-game-rules/

    UFC and beer go together like Jenna Jameson and STDs.

    It’s customary to have a few pops — usually an excessive amount, actually — before, during and after big UFC events.

    Like anything else, there are drinking games associated with each broadcast — most of it hinges on the comments of ringside announcers Mike Goldberg and Joe Rogan.


    As usual, I’m just here to pass along UFC goodness.


    Take a gulp every Time Joe or Mike say:

    “Styles make fights”
    “War of attrition”
    “We all know wrestlers don’t like to be on their backs”
    “He’s no joke”
    “Heart”
    “Brutal elbows”
    “Big right gand”
    “Well-rounded”
    “He’s rocked!��?
    “Warrior”
    “IT IS AAAAAALLLLLLL OVER”
    “He’s going for an Omoplata”
    “In his world now��?

    Take a couple of gulps when:

    The camera pans to Tim Sylvia in the crowd while watching or talking about Cro Cop
    When Cro Cop’s left high kick is mentioned
    Crowd boos
    Randy Couture’s return is mentioned
    Matt Hughes or Rich franklin are referred to as former UFC champs

    Chug half your beer if:

    Rampage howls
    Joe or Mike say Wow! Anderson Silva knows jiu-jitsu
    Crowd chants USA during Silva or Crocop fights
    Joe says, “He’s got it, he’s got it DEEP…oh wait he lost it”


    Feel free to add to this list.

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    Joe Rogan : "he loves that muay thai clinch" "time to utilise that dirty boxing" "hes been training with the Miletich camp"
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    "He’s got it, he’s got it DEEP…oh wait he lost it"

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA, love that one, buddies and I were talking about that the other day.

    "It'll be tough for him to submit him from this position, it is possible, but its really hard."
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    anything about ground and pound

    On a side note, who would like to see nick diaz (sp) fight anderson silva
    I'm not sure they are the same wt class, but they are similiar
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    Quote Originally Posted by bill View Post
    anything about ground and pound

    On a side note, who would like to see nick diaz (sp) fight anderson silva
    I'm not sure they are the same wt class, but they are similiar
    Different weight classes, Nick fights at 170 and Silva fights at 185. I don't think they are similar at all. Silva is a world class striker and the champion and Nick Diaz, where his striking has improved, I wouldn't even put him near Silva's class. Nick has also lost to Parysian (great fight btw), Sanchez, Riggs and I think Sean Sherk too. Granted good losses, but he is no where near Silva's class. Don't get me wrong I love Nick Diaz fights b/c he lays it all out there, one of my favorite fighters by far.
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    I gotta be honest, I find UFC extremely boring.

    Give me a good boxing match any day.
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    Chris I like boxing also, but it's hard to even find a match on cable or espn. It's hard for me to even think of good fighters right now. I suppose if you have hbo or showtime you could follow the sport easier. I think they're ther own worst enemy.
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    I've got HBO and Showtime
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris686 View Post
    I gotta be honest, I find UFC extremely boring.

    Give me a good boxing match any day.
    I like both, however boxing is not raw anymore. And it is only a very small aspect of the fight game. Mixed Martial Artists are much better athletes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris686 View Post
    I've got HBO and Showtime
    It's still pretty rare to see a good match like back in the day. The last good fight I watched was Pacqiea (sp)

    I prefer the light/featherweights as oppsed to the bigger classes. Seems like the higher up in class the less 'boxing' they do. They throw and move around the ring. Also they are 2313213 times slower and throw 1/8 the punches.

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    I agree Cirino. The little guys just seem to hit the **** out of eachother and nobody gets knocked down.

    If you've got OnDemand I suggest you watch the Taylor vs Pavlik fight. It was only a few weeks ago.

    It was quite exciting. I don't want to give anything away, but it's definitely worth watching. It's a Showtime bout, and it's a hell of a fight.

    If you're wondering, I didn't watch any of the undercards, so I don't know who won or lost, or if any of the fights were good.

    My brother loves UFC, and I understand that a lot of other people enjoy it, but I just find most of those fights so boring. There's occasionally a knock out in UFC, but most fights just seem to be grappling on the floor without much else.

    In boxing there are fights with nothing but clinches, but more often than not, we see some heavy punches to the chin.

    Just an opinion. I know a lot of people are into the MMA thing, but I just can't get into it. Grappling is so boring.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nddillon View Post
    I like both, however boxing is not raw anymore. And it is only a very small aspect of the fight game. Mixed Martial Artists are much better athletes.

    Well, obviously there are specializations. That's a pretty broad statement.

    To say that these MMA guys are just better athletes is just plain wrong.

    These boxers specialize in boxing because that's what they do. Stick any of these MMA guys in the ring with a boxer to box and they'll get their asses handed to them.

    Conversely, the MMA guys would destroy the boxers in an MMA bout.

    They are different sports. It's like saying a basketball player is more athletic than a football player. It's hardly comparable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nddillon View Post
    I like both, however boxing is not raw anymore. And it is only a very small aspect of the fight game. Mixed Martial Artists are much better athletes.
    Not better athletes just better real world fighters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris686 View Post
    Stick any of these MMA guys in the ring with a boxer to box and they'll get their asses handed to them.

    Sorry to say, but this is not entirely true.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1mmort4l View Post
    Sorry to say, but this is not entirely true.
    then why did Tito back down from Dana lol

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    you don't need a link you have the pats
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    Quote Originally Posted by bill View Post
    you don't need a link you have the pats

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1mmort4l View Post
    Sorry to say, but this is not entirely true.
    Obviously high level MMA fighters may stand a chance against a mediocre boxer in the ring, but stick that same MMA championship caliber fighter in the ring with a potential champion boxer and he will be beat down.

    The inverse would also be true.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris686 View Post
    Obviously high level MMA fighters may stand a chance against a mediocre boxer in the ring, but stick that same MMA championship caliber fighter in the ring with a potential champion boxer and he will be beat down.

    The inverse would also be true.
    so whats your argument then?
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    I agree with McVein

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