HomeFighter Talk Chris Weidman Thinks It’s a Slap in the Face that MMA Isn’t Legal in New York Bruno November 26, 2013 Fighter Talk 4 Comments Middleweight champion Chris Weidman talks about the promotion’s efforts to get MMA legalized in New York, his training for Anderson Silva, and whether he sympathizes with Georges St-Pierre and Silva’s recent struggles. Tweet Pin It Tags:Chris Weidman Tommy Toe Hold Show – The UFC celebrates 20 years at UFC 167 Freddie Roach Says “Manny’s performance showed he is past Marquez Knockout” 4 Comments ericsson November 26, 2013 jews don’t want the UFC IN NEW YORK IT’S SIMPLE they don’t control it like they control boxing Log in to Reply marvelous mad madam mim November 26, 2013 Joo communists need to GTFO. Diversity for Israel now! **** oprah the racist communist feminist lesbian lol yeah i thought the pressure was getting to Fedor around the arlovski fight. pretty sure AA would of won if not for mistake. I even think brett rogers could of won but he made mistake too and then blam very next fight was werdum. after that fedor fought way impatient and wresklessly against bigfoot and i dont even need to mention the henderson fight Log in to Reply asdfasdf November 27, 2013 really… really… Did he literally try to sell god to us at the end of this interview… TLDW Dirty Politics, Pressure, Believe in Jesus Christ. Also, he really isn’t that great of a speaker… Respect his skills in the octagon though. Log in to Reply Joe Dog November 27, 2013 I guess folks just have to believe in something. I imagine the pre-fight prayers as they make the sign of the cross, look upward into the bright lights and ask, “Please, God and your hippy son Jesus and your holy spirit father, please help me beat the sh*t out of this guy today. Thank you. Amen” Utter nonsense. And, not fair considering four against one. But what happens if both fighters are “God” guys? Choose teams. Jesus on this side, Pops on that side and flip a coin for the bearded old ghost. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment.