HomeFight Shows Beyond The Glory – The Ultimate Fighting Championship Bruno February 20, 2012 Fight Shows 17 Comments Beyond The Glory – The Ultimate Fighting Championship. Complete episode from 2005. How the UFC got started. Tweet Pin It Gary Goodridge Talks Brain Damage, Fixed Pride FC Fights And New Book Nick Diaz Talks To Showdown Joe Ferraro Before UFC 143 17 Comments cgbloke February 20, 2012 Great post Bruno. Amazing that looking back at the UFC and MMA we are talking about generations of fighters. One of the best generations, Rich, Chuck, Randy, and yes even tito. Good to see Even Tanner there too! Log in to Reply tfihy February 20, 2012 Hadnt seen this before. Good looking out Bruno. Has there been any new news/progress about the forums coming back? Log in to Reply scottc February 20, 2012 LONG LIVE MMA! LONG LIVE THE GRACIES! LONG LIVE UFC! I’m VERY GLAD that Retardican Grandpa Mclame LOST his battle against the people!!! Log in to Reply Sunfish Hero February 20, 2012 Love it! Man I miss Evan tanner. Awesome documentary, thanks for posting it Bruno. Log in to Reply KungFuLowKick February 20, 2012 @scottc The worst is he is a huge boxing fan but is too much of an ******* to admit it’s more dangerous.One time he had an anti MMA speech and the same week he went to a boxing match where a guy died.A real two faced *******.One side is old and dumb the other is flappy and disfigured ;P Log in to Reply DavidJones February 21, 2012 great video except tank abott he didnt really fit in to the whole but really great video. Log in to Reply Kill em All February 21, 2012 All I got to say is Fu..cK John McCain Log in to Reply Malkolm February 21, 2012 Amazing post, amazing idea of you to post that. You made my lunch break at work worth it. Log in to Reply uncledana February 21, 2012 i started watching from the first show, and i dont know who the hell even tanner is. Log in to Reply Mr Obvious February 21, 2012 Is it ironic that Big John says that “no one’s ever had any serious lasting injuries” and they show Goodrich?….starts at 23:05. Log in to Reply Mr Obvious February 21, 2012 Oops….Goodridge, not Goodrich. Log in to Reply axl782 February 21, 2012 nice video bruno, tx for the clasic! dana is getting old! hahaha Log in to Reply Sunfish Hero February 21, 2012 @ Mr. Oblivious – Goodridge stated his brain damage came from his career as a kick-boxer, and getting KO’d so many times during that career. McCarthy was right as he was talking about MMA not fight sports overall. Even though he said that 7 years ago, it’s still valid. Log in to Reply Mr Obvious February 22, 2012 @ Sunfilth Herd – I know he said it was from kick-boxing, but it’s still odd that they showed him at that moment. And don’t you probably think it was a combination of his entire career as a whole, not just one particular facet of fighting? If a fisherman ended up with arthritis in his hands, would you believe him if he said “It’s not from reeling in all those Largemouth Bass, it’s from reeling in Crappie.” Log in to Reply Sunfish Hero February 23, 2012 @Mr Obvious – Sorry about the misspelling of our name, that was actually what I thought your name said. Honest mistake. Sure, I wont pretend that his handful of KO losses in MMA didn’t contribute, but had he NEVER had a career in kick-boxing, I don’t believe he would have brain damage. It hasn’t happened before, and while the sport is still quite young, there haven’t really been any signs of brain damage in currently retiring fighters. Certainly no diagnoses outside of Goodridge. Your comparison isn’t really fair either. As MMA and Kick-boxing MAY both be combat sports, the difference in the two makes them not really comparable. In Kick-Boxing you can lose either by KO or decision. There is a VERY good chance you will be knocked down and/or rocked in EVERY SINGLE BOUT. The chances of either of those things are MUCH lower in MMA simply by virtue of the fact that grappling is a prominent feature is MMA. Crappie and Bass are extremely similar, MMA and kick-boxing…not so much. Log in to Reply stu11 February 23, 2012 Uncledana, Evan Tanner is a legend. Obvioulsy he was a Champion. He died several years ago on a soul searching trip into the desert. His motorcycle ran out of gas. Very peculiar, interesting, amazing person. The kind of person people gravitate toward. Glad I knew him. Log in to Reply Fluidity February 27, 2012 Amazing Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.