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01/01/2001
Posts: 539
^^^ Wow, creative, I am very proud of you. Mom would be proud. Do you pee pee all by yourself now too? That GED seems to really be paying off.
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09/24/2002
Posts: 6123
lol @ "noone works harder than me". Right. Great job snatching(stealing) Lytle & O'Brien.
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06/09/2005
Posts: 737
There is no way that anybody who has read this thread would solicit you for a fucking magazine let alone you "garnishing 3 independent solicitations". You come off like a dick, and the only thing you are interested in is promoting yourself, not your fighters. Why would anyone with half a brain be interested in you. (no, really, I would like an explanation)
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11/09/2004
Posts: 626
Damn!
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03/19/2002
Posts: 1446
furious george has armbarred the correct.
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01/01/2001
Posts: 540
Mike, Lytle came to me. I had never met him and he was acquainted with another one of my clients. He asked my assistant if we would help him. I met Jake's parents in a cab after a UFC when my guys went 2-0. I was riding an adrenaline high and they asked for a card. He then called me a month or so later. Jake did not even know that Chris had signed. I did not recruit either of them. Although they are new clients, ask about my efforts to date. As I have stated, my clients are my best referrences.
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01/01/2001
Posts: 541
Yes George I am a shamless self promote, much in the style of a Drew Rosenhaus or Jim Rome or Don King. Things didn't turn out so bad for them or their clients. You see they use their self promote to create awareness. The awareness is coupled into creating VALUE and opportunity for their clients. I welcome you attacks, it is called free advertising. You are played right into my hand. One of the solicitations is a stand-up heavyweight out of AZ who I got a fight for in the Valor show on Oct 26th. We will see if he brings it like he says he is capable. One is a kid who I have advised to submit his info to TUF 5 because he is a 155lber. The third is a recent law school grad who is looking for an opportunity in the industry and some advice. You see George one of the few things that I like better then myself are my clients. At the end of the day we sit back and point to the scoreboard because while your emotional rant may be theroputic to you, it doesnt pay the bills. I get results, period.
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04/26/2003
Posts: 3119
Man, this guy is laying it on thick.
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09/24/2002
Posts: 6129
not quite how I heard it. from several various sources. dbo'd the cabride. whatever. best of luck. neither of them will be UFC world champs anyways. is Grove with you? if so Price says good job-Kendall earned it. "The Exorcist" will be back better than ever;)
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01/01/2001
Posts: 545
When Lytle wins the TUF finals he gets a title shot. He is 13-1 as a boxer and you saw what BJ did to Hughes in the stand-up. His game is ever evolving, don't count him out. Jake is an undefeated HW who has Big 10 college wrestling experience and a twin brother boxer. He is young and the UFC is grooming him. He has title upside. I wouldn't summarily dismiss either of their title chances.
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05/13/2004
Posts: 2450
Weren't Lytle and O'brien Indiana guys?  I thought O'brien was "The Franchise" for Legends?
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09/24/2002
Posts: 6130
Lytle is 32 and on the downside of his career. He has alot of mileage-I know because I put him back in the UFC. O'Brien had better improve with you because he is severely limited but he is young. Imo-I just don't see them as championship material but, then again, I've been wrong before(not often;). We have a guy who is a Big Ten wrestler that just started training with us and I would have him fight Jake yesterday. Best of luck:)
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06/05/2005
Posts: 3115
Please respect Cindy O...the most respected journalist in all of MMA.
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12/30/2005
Posts: 259
chris lytle is a badass
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07/31/2002
Posts: 1926
"whatever. best of luck. neither of them will be UFC world champs anyways." Wow Mike, you just showed your true colors right there. So you bash Lytle and O'Brien as fighters right after you accuse Ken of stealing them. And you wonder why they left you, I can't believe you'd even say that. Lytle is on the downside of his career at 32? He is getting better, not worse. The best fighters in this sport are right around Lytle's age give or take a couple of years. Did you not hear Din Thomas call Lytle the best 170 fighter in the TUF house? And from all accounts O'Brien has a ton of potential. Way to expose yourself as a fool Mike Camp.
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03/06/2006
Posts: 3028
"I would summarily dismiss either of their title chances." You know you have a great agent when he states on a public message board that you have no chance at a title.
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06/05/2005
Posts: 3118
ttt
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06/18/2006
Posts: 203
you crack me up as always, Pav.  but facts are facts. I give you that much.
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01/01/2001
Posts: 872
Actually, I'm the one who was representing O'Brien. I have been, and will continue to be Chris Lytle's boxing coach. I have been with him for 18 MMA fights, dating back to his fight with Yuji Hoshino in Pancrase, and all 15 boxing matches. I wasn't going to respond on here, but I guess it's time to clarify. I wish Jake O'Brien the best of luck in his career.
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05/13/2004
Posts: 2452
Yeah, i can understand someone feeling slighted... I mean it's a pretty shitty thing... but at the end of the day, business is business and that kind of shit happens. I'm not saying it's a good thing by any means... but at the end of the day, the fighter has to do what's best for his family. We've had fighters leave our camp also.. I think almost every camp has that produces high level guys. Talking shit about them after they leave though is a little odd and completely out of character for Mike. Camp is a good dude, this just might be a sore spot.
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06/09/2005
Posts: 738

"I met Jake's parents in a cab"

So are you the equivalent to an ambulance chaser or were you the cabbie? BTW- Note the perfect spelling, which makes me wonder with all your typographical errors when posting, how many mistakes do you make when drawing up a contract with your clients?

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01/01/2001
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ttt
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01/01/2001
Posts: 546
I multi task on the underground and as such there are typos. Let me clarify. "I wouldn't summarily dismiss either of their title chances." Would have been the obvious conclusion to my argument. "I welcome your attacks" was exactly what I meant. I don't drive a cab, in fact I am admittedly a horrible driver. It was pure coincidence that I ended up in a cab with Jake parents. I was actually on the phone and the girl I was with struck up a conversation with them in the cab line and suggested it. I doubt she knew who Jake was. FYI, my attention to detail is supplemented by my two full time assistants. I don't bother having them proof my ramblings on this forum.
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06/09/2005
Posts: 740
Sounds good enough to me. Best of luck to you in all of your endeavors...
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09/24/2002
Posts: 6137
sgavin & jdub thanks. Ken-best of luck. I spoke out of turn due to past emotion. My apologies;)