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    It's not a question of which is the most...

    It's not a question of which is the most dangerous IMO. It's a question of both sports involving the potential for serious head injury and no-one can predict when and where that will occur. The...
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    What's happened to CW. I was away on a long...

    What's happened to CW. I was away on a long holiday when this news broke with only intermittent wi fi access. I have tried to find the original thread discussing it but haven't been successful
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    is it me or are his TMA moves surprisingly...

    is it me or are his TMA moves surprisingly lacking in any kind of fluidity of movement?
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    I don't know. It might increase MMA's female fan...

    I don't know. It might increase MMA's female fan base. Appearing on posters half naked doesn't seem to have done David Beckham's popularity any harm
  5. What I don't understand is that if Jeremy...

    What I don't understand is that if Jeremy Clarkson's mum and dad gave the world something as cute and cuddly as Paddington Bear teddy bears how did they also produce Jeremy?
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    I'm afraid I don't have this level of expertise....

    I'm afraid I don't have this level of expertise. However, taking note of the feedback in previous forum revival questions would it help the cause of forum revival if I were to adopt a Louis Theroux...
  7. No. On horseback with lances but the similarity...

    No. On horseback with lances but the similarity lies in the medieval tournment vibe.

    I would sugggest fighting with swords in an MMA ring may have more to do with MMA than ball games in a cage...
  8. I have no problem with the idea but it's nothing...

    I have no problem with the idea but it's nothing new. A year or two ago History channel had a series called Full Metal Jousting. It was a serious competition based on medieval jousting but with some...
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    I started my MMA training a month before my 46th...

    I started my MMA training a month before my 46th birthday and finished after aggrevating the leg injury (although there were other factors like pressure of work, family commitments and just...
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    I did exactly what everyone else did; trained ...

    I did exactly what everyone else did; trained twice a week for four years apart from a 10-12 week break with a broken leg but tailed off a bit in my last year. I can count the number of times I sat...
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    I thought 3 seconds but since I had to look it up...

    I thought 3 seconds but since I had to look it up on the internet to find out Jackson;'s name perhaps my memory's not that good.
    I know it was a sensation at the time because it beat the UFC...
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    I'm surprised no one had menioend Mark Weir's KO...

    I'm surprised no one had menioend Mark Weir's KO of Eugene Jackson at UFC38. It was a UFC record at the time. Wikipedia says 10 seconds into the fight but I thought it was quicker than that. It was...
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    Classic Clumsiness

    Some nostalgic moments from the Colosseum (Then in Leigh) for those reading the Attn Widge, Gerrysea, JJOR thread

    Two stick in my mind:

    Drilling single leg shoots. Aaron's leg was still at the...
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    Thank you everyone. This has done wonders for my...

    Thank you everyone. This has done wonders for my ego. I only went away for a short time and came back with an alias

    Btw you all forgot Aaron's many reposnes of this type to be being totally...
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    It's good to hear Ian Dean is still around but -...

    It's good to hear Ian Dean is still around but - cross-referencing to one or two other current threads on here - the fact that he was once a virtually compulisve poster on here and hasn't posted on...
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    This post probably shows how casual my...

    This post probably shows how casual my involvement with this forum is these days but I was waiting for a clarification on this thread from one time prolific poster Ian Dean and then realised he...
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    Once upon a time I was a daily poster on here;...

    Once upon a time I was a daily poster on here; but I stopped training MMA over 5 years ago. All the people I knew in the real world (although not all of those who I used to enjoy banter with on line)...
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    Come back Dan Cox. All is forgiven

    Come back Dan Cox. All is forgiven
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    If you've not tracked them down and asked already the 'usual suspects' for taking photos at MMA events back then would be Carl Fisher, Hywel Teague and Jim Burman
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    Plus ca change..........

    Plus ca change..........
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    [ What were the other early MMA gloves called;...

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    What were the other early MMA gloves called; the ones that look like the sparring gloves you can get now?
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    Re numbers of posts: If I recall correctly there...

    Re numbers of posts: If I recall correctly there was either some kind of forum collapse (Like we had on here later on) or posts were lost when the forum provider changed. I do know that some classic...
  23. Poll: I'm very much in favour or forgiving people who...

    I'm very much in favour or forgiving people who show remorse for their wrongdoing but I don't know what Paul Daley's track record is for this sort of thing.

    The guiding principles though should...
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    SFUK was of its time; a once in a lifetime...

    SFUK was of its time; a once in a lifetime experience. It's not often that you get to be involved in a social network based on a relatively new form of communication (an internet forum) which had as...
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    Perhaps someone could put on a STAVIT seminar...

    Perhaps someone could put on a STAVIT seminar and we can all meet up like it was an Open Mat
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