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Discussion in 'Support' started by Sansnom, Dec 9, 2017.

  1. Sansnom

    Sansnom Red Belt

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    I've made a thread about an hour ago. A thread like any other thread, about Yoel Romero.

    A couple of minutes after I made the thread I noticed it got moved in the section called "Wasteland". So i decided to post the thread again, and to my suprise it got deleted.

    Basically it was was my thoughts on the fighter Yoel Romero. An ordinary thread about people's opinion on a fighter.

    There seems to be a mod on here that doesn't want us to discuss certain topics and doesn't like people's opinion on said topic.

    Can we get an explanation on to why the thread was moved or deleted.? What threads can we make or not make?

    I thank you in advance for the clarification.
     
  2. jei

    jei Danger Zone Admin Staff Member Forum Administrator Senior Moderator Administrator

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    A thread calling a fighter overrated is a thread that invites fighter bashing, especially when you call a fighter a cheat and also make PED accusations against that fighter. Please read the forum rules for more clarification.

    http://forums.sherdog.com/threads/sherdog-user-rules-and-contact-info-all-new-members-read.3130889/
    • No Fighter Bashing - Criticism is fine, but flaming is not. Please note that an unsubstantiated accusation of steroids and PEDs is fighter bashing. In regards to female fighters, posting inappropriate, sexual or graphic comments is considered trolling and fighter Bashing. This applies to their relatives and loved ones as well.
     
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