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Comment 14 Feb 2017

Stipe doesn't have much left in the tank sadly, he's in the upper echelon on the age bracket. Garbrandt instantly became a crowd favorite dancing around Cruz like he did, he had multiple opportunities to finish the fight and decided to showboat instead, could come back to hurt him like it did to Silva a few times. I think Garbrandt has the potential to be another Chael Sonnen-esque fighter

Jones is such an interesting case, by all accounts he's gotten his life on the right track and became victim of the Mexican boner bills and set his career back again.  

Paige is never gonna be a top fighter in the UFC, technically she's just not skilled enough. Mackenzie Dern is a name to watch out for, I suspect the UFC has been watching her for a while and will make an offer if she keeps up the tear shes been on lately. She could fill that Paige niche that the UFC is looking for WHILE being a solid fighter. She has the potential to be a generational talent in the BJJ community imo. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PP-05xO0H_Y

 
Comment 14 Feb 2017

Not gonna happen, UFC won't allow it. 

McGregor is the only star that UFC has right now, he's the one that puts asses in seats and they're not gonna risk him being humiliated by Floyd. 

UFC is in a tough spot right now in terms of selling cards, GSP is gone, Ronda is gone, Brock is gone, Silva is gone, the Diaz brothers are gone.

You've still got guys like Demetrious Johnson and Jose Aldo, but they've never been able to break into the top tier of drawing ability despite their tremendous abilities. Both Cody Garbrandt and Valentina Shevchenko have the potential to be within that top tier of fighters, but it remains to be seen how well Cody Garbrandt progresses with his technical skills. Valentina is one of the more complete fighters I've seen in a while, but she's quiet and reserved. Not sure how well the UFC audience is gonna latch onto her if she isn't willing to hype her own fights. Khabib Nurmagomedov fits the mold needed to be a star, but the UFC keeps dicking him over with booking him for shitty fights. 

Comment 14 Feb 2017

Not taking away from their heinous crimes, but the reality is that the majority of those involved in crimes against children will see the light of day again. If we were to castrate and kill those we suspect of committing crimes against children, we'd be no better than the countries we fight against. 
 

Then we get into the slippery slope of false accusations such as the Brian Banks case

Comment 13 Feb 2017

Honestly, it's one of those things where it's easy to let emotions get the best of you in referring to the punishment. 

Chances are he'll serve his jail time without getting any of the treatment he needs (intense therapy), and he'll be released back into the free world and fall back into old habits due to the inability to cope with the trauma he's likely experienced as a child 

It's a sick mental disease, people always discuss castration as means of preventing repeat offenders, but they'll still have the mental urges. 

Comment 09 Feb 2017

Wonder who was the main influencing impact on his commitment

Diamond, Sierra, Crystal, or Jasmyn

Comment 07 Feb 2017

I don't think his weenie arm is the problem, I think his weenie technique is the issue. 

You can have the strongest fuckin arm in the world, the equivalent of Cardale Jones, Manziel, Stafford, and Cutler all merged into one, but if your technique is shitty, you're gonna wobble it. 

Comment 07 Feb 2017

Actually, it does. 

When you can't sustain a drive, your quarterback is gonna sit on the sidelines. 

Atlantas defense was on the field for 40 MINUTES! 

Comment 06 Feb 2017

Art Modell, then-owner of the Cleveland Browns, took to a podium at Camden Yards in Baltimore and announced that he was relocating the team to Baltimore for the 1996 NFL season.

Three months later, on February 15th, 1996, Bill Belichick was fired.



I know reading may be hard for some of you, so I put the important parts in bold. 

Here's another article for you

http://www.espn.com/blog/baltimore-ravens/post/_/id/32266/bill-belichick-doesnt-think-what-might-have-been-if-he-had-become-ravens-first-coach-20-years-ago

Once again, putting the import part in bold for you. 

Two days after Art Modell announced he would move the Cleveland Browns to Baltimore, he delivered another declaration:

"Bill Belichick will be my head coach in 1996."

That vow came on Nov. 8, 1995, and Modell even informed his players that Belichick was coming along with a franchise that would soon be renamed the Baltimore Ravens.

Comment 05 Feb 2017

He did choke it away. 

The offense did NOTHING after half time...you get a field goal and you win, and the Falcons weren't even able to do that