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Tito Ortiz boxing Anderson Silva, lol. - Redneck - 09-12-2021 11:18 AM

I just brought up the Triller stream.

Silva vs Ortiz about to go down.


I pick Silva for the easy win.


RE: Tito Ortiz boxing Anderson Silva, lol. - Redneck - 09-12-2021 11:22 AM

Tito coming out to Hulk Hogan's song?

Trump doing commentary, hahaha.


RE: Tito Ortiz boxing Anderson Silva, lol. - Redneck - 09-12-2021 11:26 AM

Tito went down like a sack of potatoes with 38 seconds left in round 1.

What a joke.


RE: Tito Ortiz boxing Anderson Silva, lol. - Megatherium - 09-12-2021 01:20 PM

The only person Tito should be boxing is Dana White.


RE: Tito Ortiz boxing Anderson Silva, lol. - CTsar - 09-12-2021 01:28 PM

Just lol at what prize fighting has come down to. Corporate America claims another victim.


RE: Tito Ortiz boxing Anderson Silva, lol. - CTsar - 09-12-2021 01:32 PM

Dana would win.





(09-12-2021 01:20 PM)Megatherium Wrote:  The only person Tito should be boxing is Dana White.



RE: Tito Ortiz boxing Anderson Silva, lol. - Megatherium - 09-12-2021 03:48 PM

(09-12-2021 01:32 PM)CTsar Wrote:  Dana would win.





(09-12-2021 01:20 PM)Megatherium Wrote:  The only person Tito should be boxing is Dana White.

Tito is definitely the worst boxer in mma history but how do we know Dana doesn't lay down and go fetal the first time he gets hit? Remember Squatdog thoroughly debunked Dana's amateur boxing career, Dana's never been inside a ring in his life.

It was really the only freak show fight I wanted to see at all even though it was obvious from the get go that fight was never going to come off. The whole thing was basically a Spike tv infomercial establishing the Blaf tough guy image for Dana. Spike made Dana a star. It was quite the quick transformation too, remember just a year prior Dana was the skinny balding guy with the high pitched voice cowering in the closet in front of Bobby Southworth in season one and the Spike specials introduced him to a new audience as a roided ex boxer willing to take on Tito Ortiz.

Smile






*was funny Southworth never really got a UFC roster shot despite the fact he looked better than Griffin and Bonnar on the show and had the best resume of the LHWs.


RE: Tito Ortiz boxing Anderson Silva, lol. - CTsar - 09-12-2021 04:30 PM

(09-12-2021 03:48 PM)Megatherium Wrote:  
(09-12-2021 01:32 PM)CTsar Wrote:  Dana would win.





(09-12-2021 01:20 PM)Megatherium Wrote:  The only person Tito should be boxing is Dana White.

Tito is definitely the worst boxer in mma history but how do we know Dana doesn't lay down and go fetal the first time he gets hit? Remember Squatdog thoroughly debunked Dana's amateur boxing career, Dana's never been inside a ring in his life.

It was really the only freak show fight I wanted to see at all even though it was obvious from the get go that fight was never going to come off. The whole thing was basically a Spike tv infomercial establishing the Blaf tough guy image with the audience for Dana. Spike made Dana a star. It was quite the quick transformation too remember, just a year prior Dana was the skinny balding guy with the high pitched voice cowering in the closet in front of Bobby Southworth in season one and the Spike specials introduced him to a new audience as a roided ex boxer willing to take on Tito Ortiz.

Smile






*was funny Southworth never really got a UFC roster shot despite the fact he looked better than Griffin and Bonnar on the show and had the best resume of the LHWs.

I wonder what went down behind the scenes . Lorenzo probably gave Tito a fat paycheck for him to walk away, right? there's no way that they were ever serious about that match up.


RE: Tito Ortiz boxing Anderson Silva, lol. - Megatherium - 09-12-2021 04:36 PM

A lot of the credit has to go to Dana himself though in creating the new character. Dana underwent a complete transformation in a very short time frame. I have to believe he picked the brain of Vince McMahon quite a bit, and I'm assuming acting lessons and working with sports psychologists would be part of the formula as well in addition to the trt which boosted the physical transformation. It really seems like he followed the Vince McMahon blueprint to me, although it obviously did take major will and some skill on Dana's part.


RE: Tito Ortiz boxing Anderson Silva, lol. - Megatherium - 09-12-2021 04:44 PM

(09-12-2021 04:30 PM)CTsar Wrote:  
(09-12-2021 03:48 PM)Megatherium Wrote:  
(09-12-2021 01:32 PM)CTsar Wrote:  Dana would win.





(09-12-2021 01:20 PM)Megatherium Wrote:  The only person Tito should be boxing is Dana White.

Tito is definitely the worst boxer in mma history but how do we know Dana doesn't lay down and go fetal the first time he gets hit? Remember Squatdog thoroughly debunked Dana's amateur boxing career, Dana's never been inside a ring in his life.

It was really the only freak show fight I wanted to see at all even though it was obvious from the get go that fight was never going to come off. The whole thing was basically a Spike tv infomercial establishing the Blaf tough guy image with the audience for Dana. Spike made Dana a star. It was quite the quick transformation too remember, just a year prior Dana was the skinny balding guy with the high pitched voice cowering in the closet in front of Bobby Southworth in season one and the Spike specials introduced him to a new audience as a roided ex boxer willing to take on Tito Ortiz.

Smile






*was funny Southworth never really got a UFC roster shot despite the fact he looked better than Griffin and Bonnar on the show and had the best resume of the LHWs.

I wonder what went down behind the scenes . Lorenzo probably gave Tito a fat paycheck for him to walk away, right? there's no way that they were ever serious about that match up.

Oh definitely Tito was taken care of. You could tell you were watching an infomercial to put over Dana with the TUF crowd just watching it when it ran the first time. Looking back now making Dana bigger than the event itself and bigger still than the fighters was a genius stroke and saved them untold billions in fighter payouts.

They were obviously eying the WWF model with Vince McMahon as the role model for Dana. Full credit to Dana for putting in the work and actually pulling it off though. The quick transformation was incredible.


RE: Tito Ortiz boxing Anderson Silva, lol. - karasu - 09-13-2021 03:10 AM

Anderson didn't look all that impressive either, just looked OLD.....good punch though.

Same as I said in the Holyfield thread, these guys are LEGENDS and I'd rather see them make inspiring youtube videos on Fitness for Seniors and/or sharing of other knowledge than trying to fight like they are still young lions.