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KungFuLowKick Says, in 3-12-2012 at 13:02:29 from 24.212.38.181    

Will it be subbed in english?

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ryeboi Says, in 3-12-2012 at 13:49:36 from 108.230.39.129    

oh wow… Since i’ts the first time that the TUF show will be in Brazil. I bet they are going to come out like madmen. I predict mayhem beyond any previous TUF show.

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tonysnow Says, in 3-12-2012 at 14:36:11 from 108.15.103.141    

i really didnt think it was coming out this soon, why are they at the same time as the us? they could make more money if they spread them out right?

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Doyle Brunson Says, in 3-12-2012 at 14:56:15 from 99.233.40.81    

This is garbage. Why is the US catering so hard to the brazilian market? After this they are going to think its their sport. I spit on this show

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nolan1259 Says, in 3-12-2012 at 15:53:39 from 108.23.216.96    

im pretty sure it is because they are airing it on fuel tv.

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Sico Says, in 3-12-2012 at 16:48:47 from 142.162.156.100    

I remember some interview with DW saying that it would be subbed in English.

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PitfighterZ Says, in 3-12-2012 at 19:49:54 from 71.63.37.211    

“Medeiros Anistavio (12-7)
Johnny Goncalves (4-0)
Medeiros Anistavio (5-0)”

This Medeiros guy is so out there he would beat himself apparently… ;-)

@Doyle Brunson: It’s probably because Brazilians were doing MMA/vale-tudo much earlier than the US and they created the UFC…, but that’s just me.

The truth is that fighting has always been a major interest in Brazil as well as in the Eastern countries. Americans mostly jumped on the wagon after Bruce Lee showed up. And before anyone think I am bashing anyone, I’m not. No hate at all for American fighters. It’s just a historical fact that the U.S. came later to play. although you can probably find a couple of earlier adventurers.

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Sergio Moraes Says, in 3-12-2012 at 20:12:27 from 90.195.37.199    

Doyle (you morron) afraid of the competition??

Why cater Brazil, because Brazilians were doing this long before it came to the US, because some of the biggest fighting academies are there, because they have a ton of talent there, because people are crazy about the sport there… Why would you be against it?!? The idea should be, the more (talent) the merrier. I want to see good shows, if the guy is talented I don’t care if he is from Kongo, Afghanistan, US or Brazil.

Very good names on this card, and a very solid BJJ world champion.

Vamo bora Braziiiiiiil!

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SEAN_VANCE Says, in 3-12-2012 at 20:56:33 from 75.74.182.24    

@ Doyle Brunson: You forgot to say “white power”! LMAO Wow, aren’t u just an angry little troll just trolling around the world…or should I say, the trailer park u never been out of. The world is alot bigger than your cousins neighborhood, go travel, get out of ur fish tank, maybe you will tapper on ur childish BS.

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KungFuLowKick Says, in 3-12-2012 at 22:29:08 from 24.212.38.181    

@Sico
Nice then I’ll have twice as much TUF to watch.

I was going to call out Doyle’s stupid comment but people already said everything I would’ve told him.

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KungFuLowKick Says, in 3-12-2012 at 22:35:18 from 24.212.38.181    

Also useless question for Brazilians.There’s 2 guys fighting who’s name are Da Silva.But Wanderlei and Anderson are just Silva.Are Da Silva and Silva two different last name or they just cut out the “Da” for the racists in north America?

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Trader Says, in 3-12-2012 at 23:42:02 from 67.184.56.252    

@KungFuLowKick = slavery.
The word “da” (fem.) or “de” (masc.) means “of” or “belonging to”. “Da” Silva means someone or a descendant of someone owned by a Silva family. Until the end of slavery in 1888, slaves had only their given name (they only needed to be known in their residence). Once free they often chose their former owner’s family name.
According to the current rules, “da” is not part of the name and must be written in lowercase. Also Fabricio da Silva is Mr. Silva, not Mr. Da Silva.

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Kidjonny1 Says, in 3-12-2012 at 23:45:49 from 65.9.174.122    

Are Silva and Vitor fighting each other at the finale?

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KungFuLowKick Says, in 3-13-2012 at 11:50:36 from 24.212.38.181    

@Trader
Thx for the info.

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