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RagingNoodles

  • joined Dec 27, 2009
  • last login Jul 24, 2014
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Mixed Martial Arts aficionado.

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  • MMA The Diaz Brothers, The Nogueira Brothers, Randy Couture, Anthony Pettis, Frankie Edgar, Benson Henderson.
  • Boxing Juan Manuel Marquez
  • Wrestling Fighting Network RINGS
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Shooto - Renaxis 4 (9/5/99)

I'm not much of a writer but I got a good collection of stuff and I'm a good uploader, so I've been uploading 1990s Shooto onto my DailyMotion account. Here's a really good Shooto show, headlined...

Ben Askren's first takedown on Dan Hornbuckle at Bellator XXII.

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Ben Askren's first takedown on Dan Hornbuckle at Bellator XXII.

"While nobody will say this publicly, a lot of the issues regarding Fedor Emelianenko coming back...

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"While nobody will say this publicly, a lot of the issues regarding Fedor Emelianenko coming back here have to do with M-1 Global coming to the conclusion that 50% of the profits for a Strikeforce show weren’t going to make them as much money as the flat money they’d earn in UFC (which wasn’t bending on idea he’d be paid like everyone else, well, except more, and no co-promotion deal). Dana White’s cryptic smiles regarding Fedor in recent weeks was because he believed Emelianenko wasn’t going to fight here again because M- 1 came to the conclusion they could make more money. However, M-1 had a contract with Strikeforce for three fights and nobody wanted to risk the potential lawsuit since CBS and Showtime would be backing the suit. There is belief in the UFC camp that Emelianenko will do his last two fights here, and then go to UFC. A lot can happen, because there are no guarantees in the heavyweight division where landing one punch can end the fight. If Emelianenko goes unscathed, fulfills his contract (at which point M-1 will no doubt play both sides against each other), and goes to UFC, he would probably be able to walk in and get a title shot in his first match. Lots of ifs there."

Dave Meltzer's Wrestling Observer Newsletter (May 31, 2010)

Dave Meltzer had this interesting bit in this weeks Wrestling Observer Newsletter: "Bellator...

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Dave Meltzer had this interesting bit in this weeks Wrestling Observer Newsletter: "Bellator offered Roger Huerta to Strikeforce in a talent trade. The idea is they’ve got Huerta signed to a big money contract and now that he’s out of the tournament for the title and won’t be fighting Eddie Alvarez, they are trying to farm out one of those fights. Scott Coker was on The Fight Show and acknowledged he was offered but that the terms were not acceptable."

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