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    Cage fighting is like

    What do you think cage fighting is like? One of the stars of cage fighting, Gina Carano says cage fighting is like sex.


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    Re: Cage fighting is like

    I have never cage fought.



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    Re: Cage fighting is like

    Quote Originally Posted by alaskaguy View Post
    What do you think cage fighting is like? One of the stars of cage fighting, Gina Carano says cage fighting is like sex.
    I guess she likes rough sex, complete with choke-holds and tap outs.



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    Re: Cage fighting is like

    Quote Originally Posted by alaskaguy View Post
    What do you think cage fighting is like? One of the stars of cage fighting, Gina Carano says cage fighting is like sex.
    I have a feeling he is doing one or both of those activities wrong.



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    Re: Cage fighting is like

    I personally have never fought any cages.



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    Re: Cage fighting is like

    In that case I would like to be in a cage fight with Gina Carano.


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    Re: Cage fighting is like

    Cage fighting always reminds me of all the tap-out wearing dooshers. Im not a fan of Cage fighting and never will be.

    Too big of a doosher ego fest for me to take it seriously and be entertained.




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    Re: Cage fighting is like

    Quote Originally Posted by jtdoyle1 View Post
    I have a feeling he is doing one or both of those activities wrong.
    Gina is a she.


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    Re: Cage fighting is like

    Quote Originally Posted by EYEoftheSTORM View Post
    Cage fighting always reminds me of all the tap-out wearing dooshers. Im not a fan of Cage fighting and never will be.

    Too big of a doosher ego fest for me to take it seriously and be entertained.
    Fyi, ****** doesn't have an s in it. But it is apparently censored if you spell it correctly.



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    Re: Cage fighting is like

    Quote Originally Posted by agrabes View Post
    Fyi, ****** doesn't have an s in it.
    I know this, its just slang use.




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    Re: Cage fighting is like

    It's called Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) not cage fighting John McCain.
    I have always been a UFC fan since the Gracies started it back in the day. The idea of bringing in all the worlds fighting styles to see which is superior was a very interesting concept that surprised a lot of people. Many had never heard of Brazilian Jujitsu before Gracie put it on the map by beating guys 100lbs heavier than himself. It didn't take long before people realized that no matter how you prefer to fight, you needed to understand Jujitsu and wresting as they are the most respected styles in mma.
    I agree as far as tapout shirts and all that, some people have given mma a bad rap but those people are often not the best fans either.
    UFC being the only real show around anymore has come a long way from the beginnings where the only rules were no eye gauging and no fish hooking. Once you understand everything the fighters are doing and trying to do, it does become quite entertaining. Far better than a 40 minute pillow fight between Oscar De La Hoya and Floyd Mayweather.
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    Gina Carano is hot :)


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    Re: Cage fighting is like

    Quote Originally Posted by State43 View Post
    It's called Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) not cage fighting John McCain.
    I have always been a UFC fan since the Gracies started it back in the day. The idea of bringing in all the worlds fighting styles to see which is superior was a very interesting concept that surprised a lot of people. Many had never heard of Brazilian Jujitsu before Gracie put it on the map by beating guys 100lbs heavier than himself. It didn't take long before people realized that no matter how you prefer to fight, you needed to understand Jujitsu and wresting as they are the most respected styles in mma.
    I agree as far as tapout shirts and all that, some people have given mma a bad rap but those people are often not the best fans either.
    UFC being the only real show around anymore has come a long way from the beginnings where the only rules were no eye gauging and no fish hooking. Once you understand everything the fighters are doing and trying to do, it does become quite entertaining. Far better than a 40 minute pillow fight between Oscar De La Hoya and Floyd Mayweather.
    I can agree with this MMA fan.

    I guess maybe its the fans that I hate, the Tap-Out stuff, and how if anybody that has wrestled around with their friend think they should be professional MMA'ers...

    Hmm, I guess kind of my hate for the hawks.. I hate their fans, not so much their players.

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    Re: Cage fighting is like

    I like it. Hate the fans. The fans that sit around bars and talk about MMA. The guys that wear the shirts and clothing. Hate them. However, I do like watching and enjoy the techniques.


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    Re: Cage fighting is like

    I keep seeing her in the preview for 'Haywire'. She is looking very good and kicking much ***, hopefully she will show us how much fighting is like sex for her



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    Re: Cage fighting is like

    Quote Originally Posted by EYEoftheSTORM View Post
    Cage fighting always reminds me of all the tap-out wearing dooshers. Im not a fan of Cage fighting and never will be.

    Too big of a doosher ego fest for me to take it seriously and be entertained.
    That brings up an interesting question... has anyone ever met someone wearing one of those shirts who wasn't a D-Bag?



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