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Marciano490

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4 is tough. Was gonna give it to Israel on that last leg kick, but then Romero had that good combo to close, so I think he gets it with the takedown after the poke.
 

djbayko

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He did a lot of damage to the leg but it was concentrated into 2 rounds. That was Yoel's fight if they're scoring by round.
 

Marciano490

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Rogan can’t understand a word Yoel is saying.

I don’t think Israel had ring control. He was running, circling after the first 2 rounds. Yoel was the one coming forward.

Israel had one offensive tactic.
 

luckiestman

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Rogan can’t understand a word Yoel is saying.

I don’t think Israel had ring control. He was running, circling after the first 2 rounds. Yoel was the one coming forward.

Israel had one offensive tactic.

Yoel has been on the podcast....with a translator. One of Rogan’s best friends is a Cuban guy that loves Yoel.

I need to learn Cuban Spanish. I like how it sounds.
 

Marciano490

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Yoel has been on the podcast....with a translator. One of Rogan’s best friends is a Cuban guy that loves Yoel.

I need to learn Cuban Spanish. I like how it sounds.
I have Argentinian and Cuban family. They can barely understand each other in Spanish. It’s hilarious.

Cuban Spanish, basically just use your tongue and jaw much less, don’t articulate words and drop the endings off most shit.
 

Marciano490

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I’m still kinda pissed about the Romero decision. How could any judge give IA the 5th?
 

kelpapa

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Dont think he’s sweating it


Cael Norman Sanderson (/ˈkeɪl/ KAYL; born June 20, 1979) is an American former folkstyle and freestyle wrestler, and is the current head coach of the Pennsylvania State University wrestling team. As a wrestler, he won an Olympic gold medal and four NCAA Division I individual titles. In 2002, Sports Illustrated recognized his college career as the second most impressive feat in college sports history.[1]

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Also has 8 NCAA titles as a head coach (he was undefeated as a collegiate wrassla)
I went to a wrestling camp at Bridgewater State I think between my freshman and sophomore year. It was the year after his freshman year in college when he went undefeated. He was there and was probably the coolest/best coach for the week. I had no idea who he was or what he was going on to do until long after the camp ended.
 

kelpapa

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Are we sure his blood alcohol levels weren't just pulsing from his last DWI?*





*Stolen from Reddit