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Boobs McGee
05-26-2009, 10:16 PM
Don't know how long the video will stay up, but check it out:

http://www.sportingnews.com/blog/the_sporting_blog/entry/view/24668/cansecos_mma_match_ends_as_youd_expect


LOL FAIL!


I don't know wtf that guy was thinking.


p.s. fedor is the best heavyweight in the world (youtube the fight against choi, it's effin awesome), hopefully they figure out a way to set up a fedor/lesnar fight so the critics will be silenced.

Boobs McGee
05-26-2009, 10:23 PM
The best part is Jose comes out, hit's him with everything he's got in an overhand right, and choi barely flinches. You know he was just thinkin...****.

What a little biatch hahaha

Los Broncos
05-26-2009, 10:24 PM
He makes Jose look small, dam.

SureShot
05-26-2009, 10:28 PM
Canseco is a tool but that was manly to take on that monster.

OBF1
05-26-2009, 11:08 PM
Canseco is a tool but that was manly to take on that monster.

If you say so.... last fight was against Danny Bonaduci, who came in 70-80 lbs lighter than Jose :thumbsup:

Popps
05-26-2009, 11:19 PM
Is there a such thing as a weight class? Good lord.

kamakazi_kal
05-26-2009, 11:21 PM
Don't know how long the video will stay up, but check it out:

http://www.sportingnews.com/blog/the_sporting_blog/entry/view/24668/cansecos_mma_match_ends_as_youd_expect


LOL FAIL!


I don't know wtf that guy was thinking.


p.s. fedor is the best heavyweight in the world (youtube the fight against choi, it's effin awesome), hopefully they figure out a way to set up a fedor/lesnar fight so the critics will be silenced.

Sorry buddy...... Lesnars a friggin joke. He's like Kimbo. They set him up with people he can beat.

Broncos_OTM
05-26-2009, 11:43 PM
Sorry buddy...... Lesnars a friggin joke. He's like Kimbo. They set him up with people he can beat.

That is to draw interest 1 and to get him some ring expirence. just because he is brock doesnt mean he deserves a shot at the title out of the gate.

Jose has no technique and they put him in with a muay thai fighter. if anyone has ever done any fighting they would know how dangerous muay thai fighters are in the ring.

Did canseco even do any training for that fight. knowing he would fight a guy with that style you would have thought they would have shown him how to block. and NEVER turn your back..

OABB
05-27-2009, 12:03 AM
Sorry buddy...... Lesnars a friggin joke. He's like Kimbo. They set him up with people he can beat.

umm. Mir was a former champ who lost his belt due to an accident in only his second mma fight...

and have you ever heard of Randy Couture? you know the hall of famer?

Broncos_OTM
05-27-2009, 12:11 AM
umm. Mir was a former champ who lost his belt due to an accident in only his second mma fight...

and have you ever heard of Randy Couture? you know the hall of famer?

Wasnt it Mir who broke Tim Silbias arm?

OABB
05-27-2009, 12:14 AM
Wasnt it Mir who broke Tim Silbias arm?

yes. Mir is a heavyweight submission specialist. He was champ in the UFC before his accident.

SouthStndJunkie
05-27-2009, 12:19 AM
Canseco is a tool but that was manly to take on that monster.

Or flat broke.

SouthStndJunkie
05-27-2009, 12:28 AM
Sorry buddy...... Lesnars a friggin joke. He's like Kimbo. They set him up with people he can beat.

You should not even mention those two in the same sentence.

Kimbo was an Internet street fighting fraud....Lesnar is no fraud.

Lesnar was an awesome wrestler in college:

Lesnar won the 2000 NCAA wrestling championship as a heavyweight after placing second in 1999. Prior to joining the Minnesota Golden Gophers, Lesnar also wrestled at Bismarck State College in Bismarck, North Dakota.[3] Lesnar finished his amateur career as a two-time NJCAA All-American, 1998 NJCAA Heavyweight Champion, two-time NCAA All-American, two-time Big Ten Conference Champion, and the 2000 NCAA heavyweight champion with a record of 106-5 overall in four years of college.

OABB
05-27-2009, 12:36 AM
Dont forget he made it the final cuts with the vikings even though he never played football. The guys a freak. He's huge and moves fast. How anyone could knock that guy I just don't understand.

Houshyamama
05-27-2009, 01:01 AM
You should not even mention those two in the same sentence.

Kimbo was an Internet street fighting fraud....Lesnar is no fraud.

Lesnar was an awesome wrestler in college:

Lesnar won the 2000 NCAA wrestling championship as a heavyweight after placing second in 1999. Prior to joining the Minnesota Golden Gophers, Lesnar also wrestled at Bismarck State College in Bismarck, North Dakota.[3] Lesnar finished his amateur career as a two-time NJCAA All-American, 1998 NJCAA Heavyweight Champion, two-time NCAA All-American, two-time Big Ten Conference Champion, and the 2000 NCAA heavyweight champion with a record of 106-5 overall in four years of college.

Yeah I thought Lesnar was a joke too until I looked into his credentials a while back, pretty impressive. He's no fraud.

And that dude was massive Jose took on, can't say I'd have done any better :thumbsup:

Broncoman13
05-27-2009, 06:41 AM
Lesnar is no joke.

Mir is no joke either though. Nogs is a pure technician and Mir beat him with ease. He's already beat Lesnar once as well, though Lesnar was getting the best of him until Mir caught an open leg and ended the fight with a knee bar. I think Lesnar will be more prepared for him next time around.

Speaking of next time around. I think it's the July 11th Fight Card... WOW!!! Some great fights. Lesnar vs Mir; St.Pierre vs Thiago Alves; BiatchBisping vs Dan Henderson; Marc Coleman vs Stephen Bonnar; John Fitch vs Paulo Thiago... hell even down the card you have some good fighters on the card. Guys like Mac Danzig, Jon "bones" Jones, Lawlor and Dolloway (matched up). I'm real interested to see how Jon Jones does. He beat Bonnar so he should be the real deal. Time will tell.

Also, how bout the news of Anderson Silva moving up in weight to fight former Light Heavy Champ, Forrest Griffin? Give Danna White credit, he's doing a pretty good job of matching guys up and that is taking care of the fight promoting on it's own!!!

broncofan7
05-27-2009, 06:47 AM
that is the biggest KOREAN I have ever seen......

oubronco
05-27-2009, 07:18 AM
what happened to his knee after he slipped he was done

kamakazi_kal
05-27-2009, 08:08 AM
umm. Mir was a former champ who lost his belt due to an accident in only his second mma fight...

and have you ever heard of Randy Couture? you know the hall of famer?

well he lost to Mir and Randy is great and all but really .... dudes almost 50 and was looking for a cash out fight like that last hughes vs. gracie fight.

If Brock can't get the fight to the ground with top position he's fu$ked. I'm sure he's been training hard to get better but let's face it, He's a way for dana to draw in fans from the WWF.

college wrestling means little in the cage ...... I believe Chuck lidell was and all world type college wrestler and as you've seen the best he took from that was the sprawl. Don't get me wrong it's very good skill set to have but you need a little more to be "great"

If Brock could improve his hands I'd be more impressed. Some boxing to go with his size and wrestling ability would be a good combo for him.

Popcorn Sutton
05-27-2009, 08:47 AM
We should bring that guy in to play D Tackle.

Spider
05-27-2009, 09:02 AM
Canseco lost cause he spent way too much time running back , Cant blame him , that Guy was a monster , but after Canseco watches film , he will see side to side movement and backing off to the Big guys left would have gave him a lot more angles and more opportunities , Not saying Canseco could have taken that Behemoth , but it would give Canseco a better chance

Spider
05-27-2009, 09:05 AM
And learning the art of counter punching .......Canseco should be able to make the big man miss , then make him pay ..... the big mans rib Cage was as big as a side of a barn .........

broncofan7
05-27-2009, 09:23 AM
The best part is Jose comes out, hit's him with everything he's got in an overhand right, and choi barely flinches. You know he was just thinkin...****.

What a little biatch hahaha

WHO is THAT in your avatar?:flower:

Drunk Monkey
05-27-2009, 09:50 AM
Or flat broke.

I was watching the news this morning, they said he got 6 figures for that. I feel less sorry for him.

OABB
05-27-2009, 09:50 AM
well he lost to Mir and Randy is great and all but really .... dudes almost 50 and was looking for a cash out fight like that last hughes vs. gracie fight.

If Brock can't get the fight to the ground with top position he's fu$ked. I'm sure he's been training hard to get better but let's face it, He's a way for dana to draw in fans from the WWF.

college wrestling means little in the cage ...... I believe Chuck lidell was and all world type college wrestler and as you've seen the best he took from that was the sprawl. Don't get me wrong it's very good skill set to have but you need a little more to be "great"

If Brock could improve his hands I'd be more impressed. Some boxing to go with his size and wrestling ability would be a good combo for him.


The age argument never will work for Randy. The guy has defied age more than any other athlete. He was a former heavyweight and light heavyweight champion. He held a belt at 44 I believe in the UFC...

Herring is no slack either.

Mir was getting dominated by Lesnar until a magical stand up occurred. Go back and watch that fight, not only is Lesnar not hitting him in the back of the head(Mir is turning) but when have you seen a ref stand a guy up after a rabbit punch?

I have seen virtually every UFC and have never seen that. Had the ref no stood him up, I believe his ground and pound would have destroyed Mir in a matter of seconds.

I think maybe you have a bias against a guy from WWE? I know many people like to think that because he was a wrestler that he can't be good in MMA, are you one of these?

Otherwise, I really have to respectfully disagree with you about Brock.

vancejohnson82
05-27-2009, 09:51 AM
doesnt look like Jose even trained for the fight....throwing overhand rights and then turning your back on a Muay Thai fighter is a nice way to get your jaw broken

ghwk
05-27-2009, 09:59 AM
Jose was frigging awesome for about 10 seconds. The he started to run around the ring looking for an out. Seriously though that korean dude is a freak of nature when it comes to size.

Spider
05-27-2009, 10:04 AM
doesnt look like Jose even trained for the fight....throwing overhand rights and then turning your back on a Muay Thai fighter is a nice way to get your jaw broken

Yeah it is clear that Canseco though all he had to do was put muscle on and learn a few moves and become an ass kicker , it dont work that way , and when he got in trouble he tried to find a way out .........On the street , when square off with someone , you have to be fluid ,you have no idea about the person you are fighting .........Some guys you need to be aggressive others you need to be a counter puncher .....

vancejohnson82
05-27-2009, 10:12 AM
Yeah it is clear that Canseco though all he had to do was put muscle on and learn a few moves and become an ass kicker , it dont work that way , and when he got in trouble he tried to find a way out .........On the street , when square off with someone , you have to be fluid ,you have no idea about the person you are fighting .........Some guys you need to be aggressive others you need to be a counter puncher .....

Exactly.....had Canseco gotten even two or three months worth of training he would have looked like a different fighter out there.. The hands would have been in near his chin and that overhand right would have been gone.

I remember I trained Muay Thai for about 2 years....for the first 6 months I felt like I was the man and was pretty convinced that I could be good. Went in to my first full contact timed sparring match and completely lost my cool...my hands went wide, forgot my pivots, and completly lost control of my center of gravity.

Its amazing what happens the first time you get hit....everyone reverts right back to their natural tendencies which are not very useful when fighting someone who knows what they are doing. Damn, I miss doing that stuff but after breaking my nose twice and fracturing my septum after only two full contact matches I decided that God hadnt given me the face to take a punch.

If you want to get in tremendous shape, Muah Thai is the way to go

kamakazi_kal
05-27-2009, 10:35 AM
The age argument never will work for Randy. The guy has defied age more than any other athlete. He was a former heavyweight and light heavyweight champion. He held a belt at 44 I believe in the UFC...

Herring is no slack either.

Mir was getting dominated by Lesnar until a magical stand up occurred. Go back and watch that fight, not only is Lesnar not hitting him in the back of the head(Mir is turning) but when have you seen a ref stand a guy up after a rabbit punch?

I have seen virtually every UFC and have never seen that. Had the ref no stood him up, I believe his ground and pound would have destroyed Mir in a matter of seconds.

I think maybe you have a bias against a guy from WWE? I know many people like to think that because he was a wrestler that he can't be good in MMA, are you one of these?

Otherwise, I really have to respectfully disagree with you about Brock.

Hey don't get me wrong, the guy isn't bad. His potential is unbelieveable I'm just saying that after 3 mma fights against a "old" randy, a decent herring and mir loss (refs are subjective no matter what) I'm just not ready to crown him as great.

kamakazi_kal
05-27-2009, 10:40 AM
doesnt look like Jose even trained for the fight....throwing overhand rights and then turning your back on a Muay Thai fighter is a nice way to get your jaw broken

yep.

Spider
05-27-2009, 10:44 AM
Exactly.....had Canseco gotten even two or three months worth of training he would have looked like a different fighter out there.. The hands would have been in near his chin and that overhand right would have been gone.

I remember I trained Muay Thai for about 2 years....for the first 6 months I felt like I was the man and was pretty convinced that I could be good. Went in to my first full contact timed sparring match and completely lost my cool...my hands went wide, forgot my pivots, and completly lost control of my center of gravity.

Its amazing what happens the first time you get hit....everyone reverts right back to their natural tendencies which are not very useful when fighting someone who knows what they are doing. Damn, I miss doing that stuff but after breaking my nose twice and fracturing my septum after only two full contact matches I decided that God hadnt given me the face to take a punch.

If you want to get in tremendous shape, Muah Thai is the way to go

;D there is an old saying , the best laid out fight plans disappear after the first punch is landed , being in shape helps alot , but you are right , you have to be mad dog mean , and have some talent , My Boxing Career was short , very short , I didnt think of boxing as a sport , but more of a chance to kick the living **** out of someone and not get locked up ;D I made Andrew Gollata look clean ......... I got into the sport for all of the wrong reasons ....

kamakazi_kal
05-27-2009, 10:47 AM
does anyone think ol Brock could be fedor?

vancejohnson82
05-27-2009, 10:51 AM
does anyone think ol Brock could be fedor?

I was thoroughly impressed with Brock when he took on Mir a while back...I thought he did a really good job of harnessing his energy and had really smooth attacks that were ferocious and quick....however, I think a lot of it had to do with Mir not expecting that kind of polishedness out of his opponent....Mir got lucky that he got a hold of that leg because it wasnt looking good, although he did seem to be pacing the fight a little bit in the last minute or so that it lasted....

I dont think lesnar is near Fedor's level yet....if he beats Mir its a step in teh right direction but Fedor is another kind of beast.

kamakazi_kal
05-27-2009, 10:54 AM
;D there is an old saying , the best laid out fight plans disappear after the first punch is landed , being in shape helps alot , but you are right , you have to be mad dog mean , and have some talent , My Boxing Career was short , very short , I didnt think of boxing as a sport , but more of a chance to kick the living **** out of someone and not get locked up ;D I made Andrew Gollata look clean ......... I got into the sport for all of the wrong reasons ....

ha ha yep ... those are the wrong reasons. I've seen allot of people get their a$$es handed to them in the ring for acting like that during what's supposed to be sparring practice ..... I guess theirs always someone a little more badass.

I personally have some fights under my belt (2 kickboxing 2 mma) I went 3 -1 with 1 K.O. (knees allowed in that one)
I stopped cause well you don't get paid and you assume all the risk for participating and it's not like I intend on being a fighter for a living.

Me missing work due to a smoker fight would be a bad thing for my family .... can't let happen ..... I still train and will do BJJ matches but that's about it now.

kamakazi_kal
05-27-2009, 10:56 AM
I was thoroughly impressed with Brock when he took on Mir a while back...I thought he did a really good job of harnessing his energy and had really smooth attacks that were ferocious and quick....however, I think a lot of it had to do with Mir not expecting that kind of polishedness out of his opponent....Mir got lucky that he got a hold of that leg because it wasnt looking good, although he did seem to be pacing the fight a little bit in the last minute or so that it lasted....

I dont think lesnar is near Fedor's level yet....if he beats Mir its a step in teh right direction but Fedor is another kind of beast.

Was that Mir's first fight back? I can't rembember .... maybe his second.

Not sure you could call Mir getting that hook luck .... I mean in his post fight interview he even said he had no intention of slugging it out with Lesnar.

vancejohnson82
05-27-2009, 10:57 AM
:approve: ;D there is an old saying , the best laid out fight plans disappear after the first punch is landed , being in shape helps alot , but you are right , you have to be mad dog mean , and have some talent , My Boxing Career was short , very short , I didnt think of boxing as a sport , but more of a chance to kick the living **** out of someone and not get locked up ;D I made Andrew Gollata look clean ......... I got into the sport for all of the wrong reasons ....

those are fine reasons to get into boxing, although if you boxed like Golota I wouldnt want to fight you nor watch one of your fights...haha...

yea, you really learn a lot about yourself when you step into a ring and that first punch is landed....especially if its a hard one...i remember in that second fight i had, my nose had just just been broken about 2 months before and i left it hanging to the left because i knew i would be fighting again....the first shot this kid lands moves my nose completely to the other side of my face and i can taste the blood dripping into my mouth for the next minute...all i could think of was keeping him off my face with his jabs....next thing i know the kid basically breaks one of my ribs with a knee and that was the end of my fighting career...

i just never had the body for it...getting hit didnt bother me, but having movable pieces on my face is kind of unnerving when youre fighting.....everything was always breaking and fragmenting into little pieces...not enough milk when i was little i guess...

vancejohnson82
05-27-2009, 10:59 AM
Was that Mir's first fight back? I can't rembember .... maybe his second.

Not sure you could call Mir getting that hook luck .... I mean in his post fight interview he even said he had no intention of slugging it out with Lesnar.

I'll have to go back and watch the fight again...but the way I remember it was that Mir was lucky that the fight wasnt called because Lesnar had him down and was pounding him for a good 15 seconds before he managed to grab the leg

Spider
05-27-2009, 11:01 AM
ha ha yep ... those are the wrong reasons. I've seen allot of people get their a$$es handed to them in the ring for acting like that during what's supposed to be sparring practice ..... I guess theirs always someone a little more badass.

I personally have some fights under my belt (2 kickboxing 2 mma) I went 3 -1 with 1 K.O. (knees allowed in that one)
I stopped cause well you don't get paid and you assume all the risk for participating and it's not like I intend on being a fighter for a living.

Me missing work due to a smoker fight would be a bad thing for my family .... can't let happen ..... I still train and will do BJJ matches but that's about it now.

I have been stoved up , but in street brawls , worst in ring I ever suffered cut eyes , knots on the head , that sorta thing ;D

kamakazi_kal
05-27-2009, 11:04 AM
here ya go... hammer fisting the back of the head caused the stand up,,, no mystery there.

No luck invoved with that heel hook ..... wrapped his leg, bent the knee, rolled, textbook.

Lesnar has plenty of potential though you can tell he's a whole lot of man to deal with.

http://mixedmartialartvideos.com/2008/02/02/brock-lesnar-vs-frank-mir-video-ufc-81-breaking-point/

kamakazi_kal
05-27-2009, 11:11 AM
I have been stoved up , but in street brawls , worst in ring I ever suffered cut eyes , knots on the head , that sorta thing ;D

yeah ur right ... street brawls don't tend to last really long. Most of the time one person decides they really don't want to be fighting anymore or a knockout\down occurs.

what's funny is in the ring you can only run so far Hilarious!

vancejohnson82
05-27-2009, 11:11 AM
here ya go... hammer fisting the back of the head caused the stand up,,, no mystery there.

No luck invoved with that heel hook ..... wrapped his leg, bent the knee, rolled, textbook.

Lesnar has plenty of potential though you can tell he's a whole lot of man to deal with.

http://mixedmartialartvideos.com/2008/02/02/brock-lesnar-vs-frank-mir-video-ufc-81-breaking-point/

yea, that wasnt luck at all.....

pretty much exactly what I was talking about up top...its one thing to be able to brawl in the streets and knock somebody out....its a completely other thing to take heavy punches, keep your head, stick to a strategy and pick your spot.

unbelievable job by Mir at just timing that wrap on the leg for the knee bar

kamakazi_kal
05-27-2009, 11:13 AM
yea, that wasnt luck at all.....

pretty much exactly what I was talking about up top...its one thing to be able to brawl in the streets and knock somebody out....its a completely other thing to take heavy punches, keep your head, stick to a strategy and pick your spot.

unbelievable job by Mir at just timing that wrap on the leg for the knee bar

yeah looked like lesnar was going to stack him for a pass to side control

OABB
05-27-2009, 11:48 AM
does anyone think ol Brock could be fedor?

Not at this point....If Brock keeps improving he has the physical ability to...Fedor still has some bad habits.

I would be an awesome fight.

kamakazi_kal
05-27-2009, 11:50 AM
Not at this point....If Brock keeps improving he has the physical ability to...Fedor still has some bad habits.

I would be an awesome fight.

if by bad habits you mean winning and hammering people's faces ... ur right. :rofl:

OABB
05-27-2009, 11:53 AM
if by bad habits you mean winning and hammering people's faces ... ur right. :rofl:

Fedor is my favorite fighter by far. But he has looping punches and no head movement, also he keeps his hands low....

and that is all the bad I can say about him..He is the most complete fighter in the sport and if Dana wasn't such a dbag, more americans could see what a true champion looks like.

But, he does have some bad habits, this I won't deny. Just like BRock tends to control on the ground and not ground and pound like he should....

Spider
05-27-2009, 11:58 AM
Not at this point....If Brock keeps improving he has the physical ability to...Fedor still has some bad habits.

I would be an awesome fight.

Not really , Brock has 1 obvious weak spot , I havent watched that Video , but I have seen Broc before , he can be suckered in , to be Champ in any sport is a feat most of us will never know cause it takes Discipline , Ali was the master of mind games , he could play possum suckering in his victim , or rope a dope , Ali Shuffle , etc ........ Broc is more like Tyson , 1 trick pony if he can learn to ignore pain it will work for him , if he cant he is going to have ot learn to fight smart

Boobs McGee
05-28-2009, 12:51 AM
Fedor is my favorite fighter by far. But he has looping punches and no head movement, also he keeps his hands low....

and that is all the bad I can say about him..He is the most complete fighter in the sport and if Dana wasn't such a dbag, more americans could see what a true champion looks like.

But, he does have some bad habits, this I won't deny. Just like BRock tends to control on the ground and not ground and pound like he should....

Exactly.

I think at some point in his life they surgically installed the bumper off of a 52 chevy into his chin, because he hasn't been knocked out. Ever. And we're talkin suplex's onto his neck, Choi (the giant in the clip against canseco) beating his face in, and various other beatings. I think that's part of the reason his head movement isnt the greatest.....he can seriously take massive hits.

I kinda disagree with the striking. While he does throw a lot of looping shots, his accuracy is off the charts. It's obviously his moneymaker in the stand up, but he sets it up alot with straight jabs that are on the button.

Kamikaze, fedor is my fav fighter as well. In my first quote, I was speaking more directly to my **** talking friends (the critics) that think Fedor is overrated. I don't think the ACTUAL critics out there dispute his unanimous ownage of heavyweights the world over.

Brock has a LOT of tools, but unfortunately he's just a little too raw. Dude has collegiate wrestling experience, but even then I personally think he relied more on size than technique. He's gonna be a great fighter, but no way he gets out of the second against the emperor. He just needs a lot more training and experience, which he'll get.

P.s. everybody, Dana white is a giant douche sandwich. Fedor's camp (M-1 I believe?) has consitently thrown out offers to the ufc, and more specifically dana white, to set up a match....on both the grounds that it would be one of the biggest fights ever, and for a chance to set the record straight. But dana keeps denying their requests.


and p.P.s. Fedor is a 7 or 8 time world sambo champion (which is just his hobby haha)

the randleman fight: check out about 50 seconds in...he's just, tough.

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here's how the best fighter in the world takes down a 7 foot giant (same guy jose fought)

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honestly, fedor is just the ****ing man. He looks like a big polish mechanic, but has some of the heaviest hands and deadliest ground game I've ever seen.

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please please please dana let this **** happen so I can shut my ****ing roomates up

azbroncfan
05-28-2009, 10:26 AM
Sorry buddy...... Lesnars a friggin joke. He's like Kimbo. They set him up with people he can beat.

Sorry any NCAA champion wrestler is no joke. Kimbo is a street fighting joke that got worked a lot on those fights but those videos never seem to surface.