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12/9/10 1:26 AM
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Tommy Gunnz
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if you could only choose to see one before you die which would it be?


texans wining the superbowl


or


yves winning the ufc lightweight title
12/10/10 3:32 AM
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AnthonyBrancato
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That's kind of like asking me whether I'd rather see the Eagles win the Super Bowl or Rashad win the title.

Oh, wait a minute - Rashad already has.

Well I guess Rashad can win the title again - either by beating Shogun in March, or the MW title if he loses and then moves down to 185, which he very likely would do, especially if the loss is anything like the Machida loss was.
12/10/10 11:07 AM
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 As much as I like MMA, winning the UFC title does not equate to your team winning the superbowl.
12/10/10 12:36 PM
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Yves is my hetero life partner but even he would understand he would need to go on an Anderson Silva-like run with the belt in order to equate the joy that a Houston Texans super bowl victory would bring me ;)

12/11/10 3:52 AM
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AnthonyBrancato
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Just make the playoffs first - before you even start thinking about the Super Bowl.
1/24/11 4:29 PM
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Yves easily. A franchise can always change players, and finally win 50 years later. Yves cannot. I hope he wins it one day.
1/24/11 5:21 PM
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TheRealJoker
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JackTheCon - Yves easily. A franchise can always change players, and finally win 50 years later. Yves cannot. I hope he wins it one day.


Hopefully im alive when that happens but good point nonetheless.

However, there is a difference between winning the Superbowl and simply winning the title only to lose it soon after. I'd take Yves with a run of dominance as the # 1 lightweight for an extended period of time over a Texans Super Bowl but I wouldn't take Yves as a champion only to lose the belt in the next fight (EX: Matt Serra/GSP) over a Texans Super Bowl if you catch my drift...

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