Seagal: Anderson Silva and Lyoto Machida are my children

source: karynbryant
 

"Right now Anderson is perfect, he's ready," related Shihan Seagal to MMAHeat.com ever excellent Karyn Bryant.

"I've been training the Hell out of him. He's in good spirits and I will guarantee he's going to win this one."

"I went into South America, actually into Buenos Aires to train him… He's getting better, I've got the eye, I would know.

"I've been doing the martial arts for almost 50 years, and I'm getting better, so if I can do it, he can do it."

"The martial arts are a spiritual path and a philosophy at least where you respect everyone and teach yourself humility to become a better person." 

"I'll probably be (at Lyoto Machida's fight in LA in August) I mean they are my children."

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leftlegtrumpcard site profile image  

7/5/12 11:31 PM by leftlegtrumpcard

I usually try to avoid speaking about traditional martial artist but, this guy seems a little off. I don't see what he could be teaching anyone in mma. Much less calling these men his kids. Machida has a dedicated traditional martial artist for a father. I don't think he could possibly agree with seagal's actions, dialogue, or movies.

Themanders1 site profile image  

7/5/12 11:24 PM by Themanders1

entertaining because he actually believes the shit hes saying

rampageforpresident site profile image  

7/5/12 11:20 PM by rampageforpresident

Seagal is the 2nd most entertaining person in MMA, next to chael.

1911Bob site profile image  

7/5/12 9:03 PM by 1911Bob

You would have a big ego too if Anderson wuz afraid of you.

ChaosOverkill site profile image  

7/5/12 8:37 PM by ChaosOverkill

Shoots puppies IMHO

Jumbo Reverse Shrimp site profile image  

7/5/12 8:36 PM by Jumbo Reverse Shrimp

"The martial arts are a spiritual path and a philosophy at least where you respect everyone and teach yourself humility to become a better person."  --Steven Segal 7th Dan Aikido, Tulku, Humanitarian