Discussion in 'Cageside - MMA Discussion' started by Hong Kong Phooey, Sep 19, 2019.
not if you're in your Z71 jamming "Country Boy Can Survive" at full volume, bro.
If you don't want to get hit by a train....don't PARK on the train tracks.
Incline -> Spinning Wheels = Bullshit.
Kind of agree with this
That’s what all country crossings are like. My parents and grandparents made damn sure we learned to slow right down and look for trains at every one. Living in the country he Wallis know this. There’s no way he didn’t see that train coming.
This was a suicide mission, IMO.
He just lost his fake job at the UFC...didn't know how to fill the void of not fighting....ect.
Especially in the flat lands... you'd see that bitch coming from a mile away.
Yeah thats what i thought too initally; then everyone said it was an accident and i beleived them; thinking about it now, how many seconds does an ex-ufc champ need to unbuckle his belt and get the fuck out of that truck?
has it been proven that his vee-hickle was stationary on the tracks? I read he was stuck. who knows for sure?
I was going to say that it would take a fucking idiot to get hit by a train on one of those crossings, then I remembered Matt Hughes' book and it started to seem more plausible...
Hes trying to hitch a ride on the money train
He will never win this, but it's what you get when you torture animals. Shit of a human being.
Remember the people who got mad at Colby? Yeah, this.
i was a train engineer for 20 yrs. you wouldnt believe how many close calls i had at crossings like this. people just dont pay attention.
Natural selection isn't allowed to do it's job these days
Several have mentioned but I will again anyway cause I am an idiot. I live about an hour from ole Matty. I grew up here. I would guess around here 99% of railroad crossings are exactly like pictured. People get hit (total guess) about every 2-5 years in this area. It does happen, but every time it does most folks figure the driver was trying to punch out. That is what Matt was most likely doing too, and his ego is too big to let him publicly state that. It does happen, but it's pretty stinking rare.
What’s the difference between an engineer and conductor
always wanted to do that
Run a train?