Page 3 of 3

Re: Aldo has a "Superfight" in mind

PostPosted: Sun Mar 19, 2017 1:09 pm
by AXEMELL
bruins2012 wrote:He should fight Micky Ward.



I had to watch that with the sound off. Jesus Fuck, what a horrible song for a boxing highlight reel.

Re: Aldo has a "Superfight" in mind

PostPosted: Sun Mar 19, 2017 5:08 pm
by Mr Meow
Shaka Zulu wrote:What a sad state of affairs this "new age" shit has come to! To be so disrespectful to a killer like Aldo. His fight against Conor and the way it went down could've happened to anybody. Unfortunately that made him a joke to casuals and even some of his fans.

If you sissies recall, he tried to fight Pettis but fat bald wanted him to relinquish his FW title to do so. Double standard much?

I honestly think not only would Aldo have beat Pettis; he'd have destroyed him. Pettis has a frail body and Aldo's strikes, regardless of what he hits you with, hurt very badly.

I won't partake in this foolishness. Aldo is a legend and deserves...no... COMMANDS our respect. Just because he wasn't a needle mover, he was the champion for many years and fought every up and coming contender. Being a "UFC champion now doesn't mean shit. You've got a champion, interim champion and an interim interim champion in every goddamn division. Conor hasn't defended a single belt. EVER!!! I really hope Aldo gets his rematch. Unfortunately I think Conor would probably win again just because of the style of the match up. Conor is very accurate, fights long and is a great counter striker. Definitely ions above most of Aldo's opponents but regardless it would be competitive and I think it would come down to who gets who's timing down first which again, I think Conor would win that.

In closing, this isn't just a testament to the state of MMA, but the state of our times in general. Everything is a joke now. Actors come and go. Singers come and go. Trends come and go and it's all within the blink of an eye. It's so easy to be forgotten now. Everything is so fucking water down, CGI, gay and retarded. And that's the demand now.


Well said. :tup: :tup: to all of this.

Now a days mma fans are not interested in defending your belt twice a year against the top contender. It is much more about running your mouth and handpicking fights after you made your name. The personality and hype is more important than fighting skill to most of these "fight" fans :lol:

Re: Aldo has a "Superfight" in mind

PostPosted: Mon Mar 20, 2017 1:23 am
by PainDog
I would say no one deserves anything.

Deserves sort of implies entitlement, I think a more appropriate word is "earned".

Aldo has earned the respect of most fans educated enough to appreciate his incredible talents and impressive winning streak.

Is that enough to earn the right to pick and choose your fights?

Probably not.

Demetrious Johnsons is close to having the most title defenses in UFC history. He could argue that he is about to be in a class of his own, so therefor he has earned the right or deserves the right to headline a major card in Madison Square Garden.
Unfortunately, things aren't so simple and while he has been impressive as a fighter, he hasn't been impressive when it comes to selling fights. A promoter wouldn't be wrong to deny him that opportunity, while DJ has earned his place in the record books, he hasn't earned it at the top of a major card.

That isn't his fault. These sorts of things are uncontrollable. DJ cant control if the people are going to watch his fights, all he can do is do his job the best he can.

Aldo is one of the greatest fighters in MMA history, and after my favorite PRIDE fighters started to fade away, Aldo was the one younger fighter that I really enjoyed watching compete.

I honestly have found much of what he has said in the aftermath of the Conor fight to be disappointing. While I understand he has paid his dues and he has been treated unfairly, that is part of life. Life is not fair.

He seems to be focused on uncontrollables such as the decisions of the UFC, and reminding us all that life isn't fair, when it would seem to me at least, he should focus on what he can control, such as dominating everyone in front of him, until his demands are undeniable.

As an individual in the entertainment industry you aren't going to be able to make everyone happy. Aldo's more vocal criticisms of White and the UFC might be the right way to get the attention needed to be allowed to have the fights he wants.

For me as a fan, I wish he would be more like the Aldo of old and let his fighting do the talking....but as I mentioned that is not a guarantee in an industry controlled by fan interest.

With all that said, so far I really enjoy watching Max as a fighter, and found his quite lengthy journey to the top to be inspiring. Hopefully, he doesn't change. Regardless of anything Aldo has said, I would still be cheering for Max in this one.

Re: Aldo has a "Superfight" in mind

PostPosted: Mon Mar 20, 2017 7:59 am
by The Smurf
not sure wheether ive replied on this thread b4 or not.... .


But if there is one person that deserves a 'superfight', then that's Aldo.


if u cant see that, if u disagree . ...



You are wrong.


I am right.

no way around it.

Re: Aldo has a "Superfight" in mind

PostPosted: Mon Mar 20, 2017 12:07 pm
by bwawm
Shaka Zulu wrote:What a sad state of affairs this "new age" shit has come to! To be so disrespectful to a killer like Aldo. His fight against Conor and the way it went down could've happened to anybody. Unfortunately that made him a joke to casuals and even some of his fans.

If you sissies recall, he tried to fight Pettis but fat bald wanted him to relinquish his FW title to do so. Double standard much?

I honestly think not only would Aldo have beat Pettis; he'd have destroyed him. Pettis has a frail body and Aldo's strikes, regardless of what he hits you with, hurt very badly.

I won't partake in this foolishness. Aldo is a legend and deserves...no... COMMANDS our respect. Just because he wasn't a needle mover, he was the champion for many years and fought every up and coming contender. Being a "UFC champion now doesn't mean shit. You've got a champion, interim champion and an interim interim champion in every goddamn division. Conor hasn't defended a single belt. EVER!!! I really hope Aldo gets his rematch. Unfortunately I think Conor would probably win again just because of the style of the match up. Conor is very accurate, fights long and is a great counter striker. Definitely ions above most of Aldo's opponents but regardless it would be competitive and I think it would come down to who gets who's timing down first which again, I think Conor would win that.

In closing, this isn't just a testament to the state of MMA, but the state of our times in general. Everything is a joke now. Actors come and go. Singers come and go. Trends come and go and it's all within the blink of an eye. It's so easy to be forgotten now. Everything is so fucking water down, CGI, gay and retarded. And that's the demand now.


I demand retarded!

Jokes aside this is on point as fuck. Also, Aldo should have gotten an immediate rematch for 10 years of utter domination.

MCGoober got a rematch for a non title fight for no reason at all. State of the day!

No one DESERVES to be able to cherry pick opponents but currently there are certain fighters that GET to do so and, it just so happens, they haven't earned that right as much as plenty of others (Mighty Mouse included). Thats what the deserve talk is rooted in imo and I think that shit is completely fair.

Re: Aldo has a "Superfight" in mind

PostPosted: Mon Mar 20, 2017 12:19 pm
by DeceptaCon
bwawm wrote:
Shaka Zulu wrote:What a sad state of affairs this "new age" shit has come to! To be so disrespectful to a killer like Aldo. His fight against Conor and the way it went down could've happened to anybody. Unfortunately that made him a joke to casuals and even some of his fans.

If you sissies recall, he tried to fight Pettis but fat bald wanted him to relinquish his FW title to do so. Double standard much?

I honestly think not only would Aldo have beat Pettis; he'd have destroyed him. Pettis has a frail body and Aldo's strikes, regardless of what he hits you with, hurt very badly.

I won't partake in this foolishness. Aldo is a legend and deserves...no... COMMANDS our respect. Just because he wasn't a needle mover, he was the champion for many years and fought every up and coming contender. Being a "UFC champion now doesn't mean shit. You've got a champion, interim champion and an interim interim champion in every goddamn division. Conor hasn't defended a single belt. EVER!!! I really hope Aldo gets his rematch. Unfortunately I think Conor would probably win again just because of the style of the match up. Conor is very accurate, fights long and is a great counter striker. Definitely ions above most of Aldo's opponents but regardless it would be competitive and I think it would come down to who gets who's timing down first which again, I think Conor would win that.

In closing, this isn't just a testament to the state of MMA, but the state of our times in general. Everything is a joke now. Actors come and go. Singers come and go. Trends come and go and it's all within the blink of an eye. It's so easy to be forgotten now. Everything is so fucking water down, CGI, gay and retarded. And that's the demand now.


I demand retarded!

Jokes aside this is on point as fuck. Also, Aldo should have gotten an immediate rematch for 10 years of utter domination.

MCGoober got a rematch for a non title fight for no reason at all. State of the day!

No one DESERVES to be able to cherry pick opponents but currently there are certain fighters that GET to do so and, it just so happens, they haven't earned that right as much as plenty of others (Mighty Mouse included). Thats what the deserve talk is rooted in imo and I think that shit is completely fair.

If you aren't part of Dana's grand-master plan you don't get to do shit. If Dana likes you and you bring in the casuals then you can call your own shots. He does this shit for Brock, Ronda and Conor. He also did it for Penn but BJ deserved it. 8)

Re: Aldo has a "Superfight" in mind

PostPosted: Mon Mar 20, 2017 12:53 pm
by Beastmeng
Mr Meow wrote:
Shaka Zulu wrote:What a sad state of affairs this "new age" shit has come to! To be so disrespectful to a killer like Aldo. His fight against Conor and the way it went down could've happened to anybody. Unfortunately that made him a joke to casuals and even some of his fans.

If you sissies recall, he tried to fight Pettis but fat bald wanted him to relinquish his FW title to do so. Double standard much?

I honestly think not only would Aldo have beat Pettis; he'd have destroyed him. Pettis has a frail body and Aldo's strikes, regardless of what he hits you with, hurt very badly.

I won't partake in this foolishness. Aldo is a legend and deserves...no... COMMANDS our respect. Just because he wasn't a needle mover, he was the champion for many years and fought every up and coming contender. Being a "UFC champion now doesn't mean shit. You've got a champion, interim champion and an interim interim champion in every goddamn division. Conor hasn't defended a single belt. EVER!!! I really hope Aldo gets his rematch. Unfortunately I think Conor would probably win again just because of the style of the match up. Conor is very accurate, fights long and is a great counter striker. Definitely ions above most of Aldo's opponents but regardless it would be competitive and I think it would come down to who gets who's timing down first which again, I think Conor would win that.

In closing, this isn't just a testament to the state of MMA, but the state of our times in general. Everything is a joke now. Actors come and go. Singers come and go. Trends come and go and it's all within the blink of an eye. It's so easy to be forgotten now. Everything is so fucking water down, CGI, gay and retarded. And that's the demand now.


Well said. :tup: :tup: to all of this.

Now a days mma fans are not interested in defending your belt twice a year against the top contender. It is much more about running your mouth and handpicking fights after you made your name. The personality and hype is more important than fighting skill to most of these "fight" fans :lol:


Instead of defending the 145lb title against another "midget"....Conor chooses to fight the champion at lightweight. That deserves far more credit than you retards are giving him. Conor fought four times in 12 months. Him agreeing to fight RDA, Nate at ww and Eddie alvarez for the title is damn respectable. Take your hate and fuck off.

Re: Aldo has a "Superfight" in mind

PostPosted: Mon Mar 20, 2017 1:28 pm
by Mr Meow
Beastmeng wrote:
Mr Meow wrote:
Shaka Zulu wrote:What a sad state of affairs this "new age" shit has come to! To be so disrespectful to a killer like Aldo. His fight against Conor and the way it went down could've happened to anybody. Unfortunately that made him a joke to casuals and even some of his fans.

If you sissies recall, he tried to fight Pettis but fat bald wanted him to relinquish his FW title to do so. Double standard much?

I honestly think not only would Aldo have beat Pettis; he'd have destroyed him. Pettis has a frail body and Aldo's strikes, regardless of what he hits you with, hurt very badly.

I won't partake in this foolishness. Aldo is a legend and deserves...no... COMMANDS our respect. Just because he wasn't a needle mover, he was the champion for many years and fought every up and coming contender. Being a "UFC champion now doesn't mean shit. You've got a champion, interim champion and an interim interim champion in every goddamn division. Conor hasn't defended a single belt. EVER!!! I really hope Aldo gets his rematch. Unfortunately I think Conor would probably win again just because of the style of the match up. Conor is very accurate, fights long and is a great counter striker. Definitely ions above most of Aldo's opponents but regardless it would be competitive and I think it would come down to who gets who's timing down first which again, I think Conor would win that.

In closing, this isn't just a testament to the state of MMA, but the state of our times in general. Everything is a joke now. Actors come and go. Singers come and go. Trends come and go and it's all within the blink of an eye. It's so easy to be forgotten now. Everything is so fucking water down, CGI, gay and retarded. And that's the demand now.


Well said. :tup: :tup: to all of this.

Now a days mma fans are not interested in defending your belt twice a year against the top contender. It is much more about running your mouth and handpicking fights after you made your name. The personality and hype is more important than fighting skill to most of these "fight" fans :lol:


Instead of defending the 145lb title against another "midget"....Conor chooses to fight the champion at lightweight. That deserves far more credit than you retards are giving him. Conor fought four times in 12 months. Him agreeing to fight RDA, Nate at ww and Eddie alvarez for the title is damn respectable. Take your hate and fuck off.


Seriously can you go a day without signing on here to whimper and cry about something like a little bitch? :lol: :lol: Wow you are pathetic.

Re: Aldo has a "Superfight" in mind

PostPosted: Mon Mar 20, 2017 10:37 pm
by willis
Mr Meow wrote:I am beyond excited to watch Aldo vs Holloway, that is the "super fight" in my opinion.

Re: Aldo has a "Superfight" in mind

PostPosted: Mon Mar 20, 2017 10:41 pm
by mmafan559
Shaka Zulu wrote:In closing, this isn't just a testament to the state of MMA, but the state of our times in general. Everything is a joke now. Actors come and go. Singers come and go. Trends come and go and it's all within the blink of an eye. It's so easy to be forgotten now. Everything is so fucking water down, CGI, gay and retarded. And that's the demand now.

Spoiler:
Image

Re: Aldo has a "Superfight" in mind

PostPosted: Tue Mar 21, 2017 8:56 am
by Mummra
I'd love to see more of Aldo regularly, he had a bump in his streak but see no reason to give him what he want's he's a killer.

Re: Aldo has a "Superfight" in mind

PostPosted: Tue Mar 21, 2017 12:49 pm
by jblaze
Should probably be focused on the guy trying to beat him up soon.