Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by iLikeBirds, Jul 11, 2018 at 10:56 AM.
What was suspicious with GSP and WADA? Did you even read the article you posted? You’re a moron
Borrachinha, got MAD.
why wouldn't they. they are also competitors making good money, I believe
Looks the same to me..
Surfing takes balls: you've got huge waves, sharks, kraken, the fathomless depths, hypothermia, etc etc
Mma you just have one dude in a cage, with a ref there to keep things nice and safe
I dare you to step in the cage with Yamasaki or Mazzagatti reffing and then talk shit after about mma being nice and safe. Yamasaki would let you be a warrior if you want to be one
Slater is definitely an A+ level athlete, the greatest champion - from youngest ever to oldest ever - in a very physiologically complex sport which is also practiced by millions and thus quite competitive. He took up golf and bjj for occasional fun later in life and immediately excelled at both, displaying pro-level talent after just some recreational training. Last but not least he definitely has plenty of mental and physical toughness ... surfing huge waves is absolutely no joke!
Having said all that, he likely knows almost nothing about fighting and Paulo or any other pro fighter would demolish him in seconds.
Surfing is a massive sport are you kidding me? Also Costa looks like a science experiment gone wrong.
In saying that innocent till caught.
Kelly who? The only surfer that matters is
I know. I just wanted to post some gay Kelly Slater pics.
nice work! knowing this unfortunately shows my age hahaha
What kind of dumbfuck drops the race card at every opportunity.
Especially when both fighters he brought up are white.
Surfing as a sport and the commercial side of it far exceeds MMA in reach and revenue. The numbers of people that surf regularly worldwide would exceed MMA as a sport and past time plus surfing merchandise/culture brings in far more revenue than MMA. Love both sports and both are tough, the feeling of being dumped by a wave and held under is different to getting a body kick but both need training. The top tier athletes in both make good money, MMA is still in its infancy as a commercial model and I expect there will be considerable change especially if the Ali Act comes in so let's see what happens in another 10+ years.
You'd be crying at 10' sunset much less live through it.
Sea level Slater is for real
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