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Beast w/ 8 Limbs Says, in 9-12-2011 at 10:49:26 from    

Razor Rob? The state of Japanese MMA eh?

marvelous mad madam mim Says, in 9-12-2011 at 10:56:10 from    

i love how aoki sucks and gets owned very easily everytime he fights in america but the jap fans still love him lol and think he’s the greatest

Reallynow? Says, in 9-12-2011 at 12:31:34 from    

It’s worth seeing if you’re actually into any mma.

KungFuLowKick Says, in 9-12-2011 at 13:24:31 from    

I love to see Aoki fight even if i dont like him.Also aoki lost to better fighters,that doesnt mean he sucks.

survival lobby Says, in 9-12-2011 at 15:57:21 from    

What gym is that?

Pridein05 Says, in 9-12-2011 at 16:13:47 from    


Its funny how people in America consider fighters who lay n pray great but have sloppy hands and poor bjj. One day you’ll get some knowledge on BJJ and will appreciate Aoki.

Glad to see him finally evolving his game, stubborn ass had to get it beat out of him

Death Grip Says, in 9-12-2011 at 18:11:45 from    

Aoki better take this to the ground. If he stands up… even old Razor Rob will own him.

imgonnatelluwhatimintowithmyscreenname Says, in 9-12-2011 at 23:07:38 from    


Its funny how people in Japan enjoy watching freak shows and then call it mma!
I loved watching Pride but they had to toss in
a freak show or two in order to quench the thirst of the Japanese fans,because that’s what sells in Japan.
Its because of the fans in north America that made it possible for MMA fighters to make a good living fighting,get major sponsors,and get on network TV.That’s why people start promotions in the states first,the UFC started in the USA because of the fans in NORTH AMERICA,then and only then do they take it abroad!

I would like to see Aoki fight in the UFC!
Why wouldnt he want to fight the best?

kill666 Says, in 9-13-2011 at 07:55:36 from    

Aoki guard is still really bad he should be training some form of Outside Boxing, Muay Thai relies heavily on strength and endurance and Aoki got none of that.

Sunfish Hero Says, in 9-13-2011 at 21:14:45 from    

This should be an easy win for Aoki. McCullough is a decent striker, but won’t be able to avoid the ground for very long, I don’t think he has the wrestling chops for it.

Also, Aoki really IS, unfortunately, one of the best Japanese fighters out there. It is too bad that such a one-dimensional fighter is considered by many as the best Japanese fighter out there, but that’s, as “Beast w/ 8 Limnbs” put it, the state of Japanese MMA. With that in mind, I can’t think a better submission grappler in MMA. Aoki’s like a snake when he gets a hold of you.

Sunfish Hero Says, in 9-13-2011 at 21:16:36 from    

Also looking forward to Kawajiri vs. Hansen. I love Hansen, but it will be interesting to see how Kawajiri approaches him. See if he picked up anything training with Takaya.


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