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fightdontbefake Says, in 4-17-2012 at 22:34:54 from    

I don’t care who does it, but I really want to see Jones get KTFO. Maybe Rashad will, maybe he won’t…

sibel Says, in 4-17-2012 at 22:49:03 from    

What a circus this is becoming.

mmaboxingfan2 Says, in 4-18-2012 at 00:43:13 from    

jon jones wins by tko in round 3 and rory wins by submission in round 1.

scottc Says, in 4-18-2012 at 00:49:38 from    

May the best man win…but in my opinion it’s going to be Jones by decision.

dave Says, in 4-18-2012 at 02:03:31 from    


agreed I can’t wait to see that arrogant kid (jones) get KTFO! he needs it badly because his ego makes him really annoying. it won’t be easy because he is an amazing fighter but he will get the humbling medicine sooner or later.

dave Says, in 4-18-2012 at 02:04:50 from    

Rory fight would be an exciting fight too can’t wait.

azzy08 Says, in 4-18-2012 at 02:12:00 from    

only one true question aside from the drama..

Question 1: Can Rashard get the takedown?

Question 2: Can he keep him down withour being submitted?

Otherwise i just see vintage jones walk in there like Brock Lesnar in his WWE days and have his way..

I only see Rashard winnig by decision unless “AND THIS IS A HUGE UNLESS” he clips him.. I trueely hope he clips him .. Bones is a jerk!! PERIOD!!

azzy08 Says, in 4-18-2012 at 02:45:25 from    

ohh and McDonald via “ANUTHING HE WANTS”..!!! LMAO

jona Says, in 4-18-2012 at 03:11:08 from    

LOL Drama…

muppetoflove Says, in 4-18-2012 at 04:19:40 from    

they are both cocky douchebags. This is the worst countdown show the ufc has ever put out. It looks so fake. You dont have to make a story line…when it is a bio. Whoever edited this needs to get f***** up by both rashad and jon, cuz he made them look like idiots.

mscash Says, in 4-18-2012 at 11:43:25 from    

“What’s your prediction for Saturday night?

Mark my words, I’ll finish the fight before the third round.” — Jon Jones

kryptonite Says, in 4-18-2012 at 12:16:16 from    

evans is 4.1 to win that is a great price am goin for rashad and mills to win the odds are fantastic nice double

rtorres7794 Says, in 4-18-2012 at 13:16:55 from    

I’m much more excited for Rory vs Shane

dazzers Says, in 4-18-2012 at 17:51:35 from    

got to say its highly likely that Rory will take down and submit mills. Excited to see how Mills is progressing though because his striking is impressive.

Sedge Says, in 4-18-2012 at 19:19:45 from    

rtorres who is shane?

KungFuLowKick Says, in 4-18-2012 at 23:50:04 from    

Stop calling Condit the champ he isnt.He’s the n1 contender.He didnt beat the champ he shouldn’t get called the champ.

EM Says, in 4-19-2012 at 01:41:25 from    

I’m waiting for Jones to stand over Rashad at the face off and say, “I will brrreak you.” AKA Drago.

MangyMongoose Says, in 4-19-2012 at 16:21:29 from    

Jon was subjective when he said “I’m the funniest…” etc., but he had a valid point later on. He isn’t just a drop in the bucket, nor is any individual. He’ll clean up the irrational parts eventually, as he has been doing. Notice that that is an older interview. What is really interesting is the speed of his mental progression. He must have some good mentors and a sharp mind. For instance, instead of saying he has faith that his purpose in life is to be champ, which he has said in the past, he has corrected that and rationally said “I have a conviction based on fact.” And he went on the explain precisely what a conviction is. Not a lot of people understand and distinguish the difference. The difference is that one viewpoint is rooted in the mystical, and the other in objective reality. Based on the mental progress alone, he has already come along way. The physical fighting, the implementation of martial arts, is only an indication of his development and it only follows the cognitive development. People are not animals and martial arts is science, the more knowledgeable and objective an individual, such as Jon, then the better he will be. Combine his unusually intelligent mind with his body type, and that equals a good fighter. Nobody is invincible, but he is diminishing the odds of losing as each fight progresses. This upcoming fight with Evans is the toughest because he already made the mistake of lying to Evans. The cause of this lie, as Bones rationally knew he would fight Evans one day, is that he wanted the experience and knowledge that Evans would share with him if they were close friends. Evans treated him as a brother, and as such he wanted Bones to progress and therefore helped him to the best of his abilities. The only condition Evans imposed was that Bones never use the knowledge Evans was bestowing on him. Bones broke that promise, and he will pay the psychological price when he fights Evans, visa via not fighting as good as he otherwise could. When analyzing men, it is utmost important to analyze the mind, as this is what guides them. Bones has always held himself as the greatest, now he is trying to make that into reality. The fastest way for him to do that was to become the apprentice of Evans (the champ at the time). If, as so many of us could use to quicken personal development, Bones had an objective philosophical mentor, either in person or from literature, then he would not have had to make a promise to Evans and then break it. He would have learnt what he needed on his own, without the psychological protection of a big brother figure. So does Evans want to fight Bones? NO! That was the deal between the two in the beginning. The root of Evans not wanting to fight him is from the contract they made to each other, it is not rooted in Evans ‘fear’ of fighting anybody. How many men would want to seriously harm a beloved brother? To crush his dreams and ambitions in front of millions of people? The few that say aye, are sadists and self hating. His legacy would have been clean through and through. Now it is besmirched, but thus is the learning process. I want to commend him on the speed and rapidity of his progress, and the very few mistakes he has made along the way. But, he will have to atone for his irrationality in the form of a price, as anyone that acts illogically pays, either consciously or subconsciously. Even is Bones loses, it will not diminish his objective conviction of himself, it will only help him learn and progress. This analysis of the future is based on Bones’s responses in the video and my estimation of what his mental response to a defeat from Evans.

Bruno, I respect your thoughts, and would like to hear what you think about my analysis.

Bruno: When I get the time to read all that I will.

KungFuLowKick Says, in 4-19-2012 at 17:37:51 from    

If you want people to read your posts try to make them shorter then a book.

FailSonnen Says, in 4-19-2012 at 22:47:15 from    

Wow I actually read all of that.

It was quite the read actually. I liked it. :P

mangymongoose Says, in 4-20-2012 at 17:16:11 from    

Thank you ‘FailSonnen’ sir.


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