View Full Version : Has Evil been extinguished from the ufc???


Box"K"ing
06-20-2010, 02:24 PM
I am wondering if jardine is cut, nothing againts him its just that I CANT stand sloppy fighters.

His super sloppy and doesnt keep things tight and has 2141251251 loses in a row.


I have no hate for him and I wouldent mind having him go to some org and work on not being sloppy and off-balanced once he gets that sorted out he should be welcomed bak to the ufc

snakey112
06-20-2010, 05:04 PM
he's on 4 losses in a row now, but he puts on exciting fights so I dunno if they will keep him

Stab Judah
06-20-2010, 05:18 PM
It makes MMA look bad but he is a hell of a lot of fun to watch.
Kinda like the Gatti of MMA.

The guy I can't stand is Leben of course there are others but they are due to attitude Leben just plain out gets on my nerves even though I rooted for him during tuf.

ƒallenloki
06-20-2010, 07:42 PM
He's from the Ultimate Fighter, so I doubt he'll get cut.

Look for him to get a fight against a nobody next.

I really can't stand his "style." I can't believe they try to sell it as "awkward" or "herky-jerky," or "unorthodox" -- The mother****er can't fight. He can't box, he can't kick, his grappling is half decent.

In almost every single one of his losses he gets dropped or hurt by a left hook. He's got no chin, and IMO he is NOT exciting. I can't believe he's from a quality camp and CANNOT patch up the ****ing holes in his game.

venom1
06-21-2010, 01:57 PM
He's from the Ultimate Fighter, so I doubt he'll get cut.

Look for him to get a fight against a nobody next.

I really can't stand his "style." I can't believe they try to sell it as "awkward" or "herky-jerky," or "unorthodox" -- The mother****er can't fight. He can't box, he can't kick, his grappling is half decent.

In almost every single one of his losses he gets dropped or hurt by a left hook. He's got no chin, and IMO he is NOT exciting. I can't believe he's from a quality camp and CANNOT patch up the ****ing holes in his game.

Regardless of all those things which, i agree with 100% you cannot deny he has fought top level guys each time, he hasn't even had a lower league fight if i can remember.

Bonnar, Griffin, Rashad Evans, Chuck Liddell, Rampage, Bader, Thiago Silva. That is a very very very impressive resume. Take into account that you could have had him win that fight vs Jackson if that last flurry did not happen, beat griffin who also can't box.

I am not too sure if he is going to be released, he is their gatekeeper and there guy to put into wars in. I was impressed with how he fought on despite that cut, i can tell you from personal experiences those sort of cuts (e.g. diego sanchez ) hurt like hell and make you feel weak.

jakkups
06-25-2010, 10:46 AM
I am wondering if jardine is cut, nothing againts him its just that I CANT stand sloppy fighters.

His super sloppy and doesnt keep things tight and has 2141251251 loses in a row.


I have no hate for him and I wouldent mind having him go to some org and work on not being sloppy and off-balanced once he gets that sorted out he should be welcomed bak to the ufc

Keith Jardine officially cut from the UFC (http://www.espn.co.uk/ufc/sport/story/30765.html)

ESPN.co.uk can confirm that Keith Jardine has been cut from the UFC following his defeat to Matt Hamill.

Jardine went out in style despite suffering defeat to Hamill at the TUF 11 Finale, picking up the Fight of the Night bonus after an ugly three-round war. "The Dean of Mean" was never frightened to shed blood for the cause throughout his five-year UFC career, and his final fight was no different as Hamill clubbed his way to a split decision victory.

Defeat was Jardine's fourth on the bounce, making it difficult for the UFC to justify his position in a packed light-heavyweight division.

In defence of the Dean, those defeats came at the hands of Quinton Rampage Jackson, whom he took to a decision, Thiago Silva, Ryan Bader and Hamill - all high calibre opponents.

At his best, Jardine will forever be remembered for his dominant victory over Chuck Liddell back when "The Iceman" was still considered to be one of the two top dogs in the 205lb division. In hindsight, that fight arguably proved to be the one that marked the beginning of the end for Liddell, who has only won one of four fights since.

Jardine departs with a 6-7 record in the UFC, and he does so with the best wishes of president Dana White, who has made it clear the door remains open to a return.

ƒallenloki
06-25-2010, 01:24 PM
wow... I was wrong.

Good riddance