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Thread: The Machine Vs The worlds most dangerous man........

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    The Machine would beat Shamrock into a living death.
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    lol This fight was gonna happen at UFC 43 but I guess majority of you were still watching Brock Lesnar and the Rock in WWE back then huh?

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    most knew it was due to happen which is why there may be so much beef now. Personally I have no interest in seeing it.
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    Who cares? It's never gonna happen and it's a boring, pointless fight anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sengoku View Post
    lol This fight was gonna happen at UFC 43 but I guess majority of you were still watching Brock Lesnar and the Rock in WWE back then huh?
    I don't think Brock Lesnar wasn't even a thing the first time this fight was supposed to go down :-p
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    Surely it would have been the NCAA we'd have been watching Brock in?
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    How much did Silva pick up at cage rage does anyone know just interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babycakes View Post
    How much did Silva pick up at cage rage does anyone know just interested.
    Only the promoters would really be able to say but i imagine it would not of been too much giving that at the time Silva was pretty much a nobody when it comes to big names at the time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan_Court View Post
    Only the promoters would really be able to say but i imagine it would not of been too much giving that at the time Silva was pretty much a nobody when it comes to big names at the time.
    There was a lot of hype on Anderson Silva when he fought in Japan, (when he was at welterweight ) tipped to be the next big thing at that time (when he was a welterweight) after beating Carlos Newton. I wouldn't say he was a nobody while he was a welterweight earlier in his career. I'm pretty sure he was paid well...

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