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Go Amir Sadollah -- Towards an end of Terrorism

Posted on: June 20, 2008 12:01 am
Edited on: June 20, 2008 12:04 am
Amir's ARMBAR was awesome. The kid is resilient as f*ck. It seems to me that there's a good 5 -10 lb size disadvantage with CB and he was sort of manhandled for the first 2 rounds but I like his chances in the finale.

Amir is a good guy and there's no reason he can't be a good role model for young men everywhere, especially Arabic young men, especially Arabic young men who might have to make a choice in their life. Do I use my intensity for jihad or mma? Hopefully, the exposure and publicity Amir can bring to the sport will help steer those impressionable youths into the gym and towards MMA. I mean the UFC publicity machine will have to back this, the arenas in the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia will have to start putting events and TV stations will have to start airing the UFC, but its a step. Dana White will figure it out.

A victory for Amir could mean a victory for world peace..


Since: Mar 18, 2008
Posted on: June 22, 2008 9:42 pm

Go Amir Sadollah -- Towards an end of Terrorism

I thought CB was gonna win this fight to be honest but then again i though he was gonn win the first one, I also thought he would lose to Matt Brown but like you said the kid is resilient. Wonder how good of a UFC career he will have. But the best fight of the night was Diego Sanchez I thought he really brought it last night

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