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    Bit of anti climax, but well done to MVP. Long way to go for that. Crowd seemed to enjoy him!
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    Michael Paige isnt learning anything from beating these bums. Really time for a step up in competition, that was embarassing.
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    I agree. But TBF to his team, the other guy 4-1 I think and MVP is only 3-0 now. no doubting the kid's got talent, but I'm still waiting see him face a wrestler with a solid chin.
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    Heard someone say that they were watching and the counter said 7 people were watching.

    If that's legit, that's the funniest thing I have heard in a LONGGGGG time.
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    Wow. Piss poor.
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    Dan Singh had a good outing for his 1st MMA fight. Not bad hope he fights again soon
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    Quote Originally Posted by r-v View Post
    Dan Singh had a good outing for his 1st MMA fight. Not bad hope he fights again soon
    Aye was nice seeing Dan get in there
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    Quote Originally Posted by RKing85 View Post
    Heard someone say that they were watching and the counter said 7 people were watching.

    If that's legit, that's the funniest thing I have heard in a LONGGGGG time.
    I think there's problem with the counter. When I was watching it varied between one and three- even though everyone on my Twitter feed was talking about it.
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    I hope they sign up a few guys from different Countries/Continents and showcase them as if they concentrate too much on the Indian market they will have no interest from outside their own Country. I understand that you start from within where you are based and all that but I feel that people won't be talking about them as they will be other orgs around the world
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    I think they're doing exactly the right thing by concentrating on local fighters. India has a billion people-loads of them young and increasingly wealthy. This is why the UFC are desperate to get a foothold there.

    The Bollywood stuff and the dancing girls may not appeal to hardcore MMA fans- but they are the kind of thing that have made the sportatainment of the Indian Premier League cricket a $4 billion dollar business. Significantly- the IPL teams also have to field homegrown players. Indians want to see other Indians compete. An MVP or a Bob Sapp now and then add a bit of spice-but Indian fighters are the way forward.

    The standard may not be what international MMA fans are used to but we are not the target audience.
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