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ConorMcGregorsBeard

Stewart Era Liberal
Jul 22, 2015
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We all know that post-USADA Reem has no chance of winning a title and your fights have become horribly boring. All you're doing is stagnating the bottom 5 of the heavyweight divisions top 10. Please retire.

Regards,

Any MMA fan who realizes it's not 2008 anymore
 

ender852

Posting Machine
Jan 31, 2015
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Was talking to my brother about how his career was on fire in 2010, won the k-1 heavyweight grand prix and was the strikeforce heavyweight champion and the dream heavyweight champion. On fucking fire. And steroids. But still fire.
 

ConorMcGregorsBeard

Stewart Era Liberal
Jul 22, 2015
35,593
34,067
Was talking to my brother about how his career was on fire in 2010, won the k-1 heavyweight grand prix and was the strikeforce heavyweight champion and the dream heavyweight champion. On fucking fire. And steroids. But still fire.
He's still trading on Ubereem's good name.
 

jason73

get a job hippy
First 100
Jan 15, 2015
50,832
98,086
never retire. hit the bob sapp gear and head to japan for a couple more years of smashing 50 yr old japanese pro wrestlers and retired kickboxers
 

Robbie Hart

I apparently look like a Jewish accountant
Feb 13, 2015
40,663
43,288
We all know that post-USADA Reem has no chance of winning a title and your fights have become horribly boring. All you're doing is stagnating the bottom 5 of the heavyweight divisions top 10. Please retire.

Regards,

Any MMA fan who realizes it's not 2008 anymore
You need an enema, he just fought a hell of a fight,

Sincerely,

Guy who recognizes a still great fight
 

conor mcgregor nut hugger

All Lives Matter
Oct 24, 2015
51,307
42,192
Not the Reem's fault he's consistently almost good enough to be champion.

That said I'd like to see him fight someone like Cyril Gane.
 

homo fagit

Posting Machine
Jul 17, 2018
930
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Was talking to my brother about how his career was on fire in 2010, won the k-1 heavyweight grand prix and was the strikeforce heavyweight champion and the dream heavyweight champion. On fucking fire. And steroids. But still fire.
His career was amazing up to his fight with Brock. Even his documentary isn't that good any more. What could've been if he hadn't popped before UFC 146
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