Cage Fighting Manitoba 3 Play-by-Play – Wright Bests Phillips

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Cage Fighting Manitoba is having its third installment in the Winnipeg Convention Centre.  Keith Grienke is cageside.

Top MMA News Awards:

  • Fight of the Night: Tang Thongpheng vs. Tony Javier. The opening bout was well matched and Javier was dominating this fight until Thongpheng came back. Aaron Shymr and Ryan Boux was a close second.
  • Submission of the Night: Tang Thongpheng’s improbable arm bar after losing the first seven minutes of his fight with Tony Javier.
  • Knockout of the Night: Aaron Shymr’s finish of Ryan Boux.

Here is the Top MMA News’ play-by-play:

155lbs- Warren Phillips vs. Trevor Wright
R1. Two rights by Wright and a Phillips’ takedown. Back to feet in a fast match. Wizzer action but Wright ends up on bottom. He tries to get up but Phillips has him in an arm-in Guillotine. Wright slips out and gets one hook in. Nice elbow by Wright. Phillips powers to his feet and the two trade. Phillips looks tired and falls back after a Wright punch. Wright waves him to his feet. Wright lands a left on Phillips who shoots but is stuffed. Wright in North South position and lands a body shot. Wright steps over and gets Phillips’ back and flattens Phillips out. Wright landing some lefts and rights with Phillips in the turtle position. Wright flattens Phillips out and lands some more punches. Wright feeds more rights and finishes Phillips with a bunch of lefts to win the bout with seconds left.
Trevor Wright defeats Warren Phillips by Tapout due to Strikes in Round 1, 4:58
NOTE: Announced as a TKO but referee stopped by to state that it was actually a tapout due to strikes.



135lbs- Louis Fisette vs. Mike O’Neill
Biggest cheer of the night for Fisette.
R1. Leg kicks swing and miss for O’Neill and Fisette lands two shots. O’Neill presses Fisette against the cage, picks him up and drops him. O’Neill in Fisette’s half guard pounding on his side with hammer fists. Fisette looking for the Kimura and gets the sweep Andrij Pavlic style. Fisette jumps into O’Neill’s guard and drops a right. Right elbows now land. Fisette slices to half guard and lands some punches before O’Neill regains full. Fisette lands several rights and then a slew of right elbows with 30 seconds left. Round ends with Fisette on top.
Top MMA News scores the round 10-8 Fisette

R2. Crowd chanting Louie. The two trade leg kicks. Right punch by O’Neill and a clinch. Fisette trips him down and gets half guard. Fisette passes to side. Fisette gets full mount and then drops some hard lefts and rights. O’Neill taking some punishment and turns his back. Fisette wastes no time to sink in the Rear Naked and O’Neill taps. Impressive win by Fisette who moves to 2-1 in CFM!
Louis Fisette submits Mike O’Neill by Rear Naked Choke in Round 2, 2:04
Fisette calls Eric Perez the most exciting Bantamweight in the world and complains how lowly Perez and Delorme are ranked in his post-fight interview.

CFM President Gabriel Santos comes out with a nice, new, shiny Bantamweight belt. He promises to find Fisette a good opponent for a title fight at CFM 4!

155lbs- Jesse Veltri vs Michael Karkula
R1.High kick by Veltri blocked by Karkula who takes Veltri down.  Karkula in half guard throwing some shoulders and banging Veltri’s head off the canvas a bit.  Karkula trying to break Vestri’s lockdown.  The two scramble to north south and then full mount. Veltri gives up back and Karkula sinks in the Rear Naked Choke.  Tap Tap.
Michael Karkula submits Jesse Veltri by Rear Naked Choke in Round 1, 1:49

155lbs- Alex Popov vs Leo Constant
R1. Leg kick by Constant and Popov responds. The two clinch up and Popov goes for a trip but lands on his back. Constant lands a left. Popov grabs an arm for a successful sweep and uses it to submit Constant.
Alex Popov submits Leo Constant in Round 1, 1:09

Brandon Hrychyshyn vs. Mike Del Grasso is cancelled. Announcer says “Due to unforeseen circumstances.” Will look into it.
UPDATE: Turns out Del Grasso took Adrenaline pills in front of the commission and its a banned substance. Fight is off.

170lbs- Ryan Boux vs. Aaron Shymr
R1. Solid right by Boux to start things off and then a head kick rocks Shymr. Boux smells blood and goes for finish. Shymr gets to his feet and the two square off again. Shymr stuns Boux and then a big left rocks Boux who stumbles to the canvas. Shymr smells blood and jumps on Boux and lands some ground and pound. Boux in trouble and its over.
Aaron Shymr defeats Ryan Boux by TKO (GNP) in Round 1, 1:01

135lbs- Mike Glover vs. Phil Deschambault
R1. Leg kick then high kick by Deschambault. A second high kick connects. Glover has enough and closes the distances and presses Deschambault against the cage. Glover gets Deschambault’s back and brings him down to the ground. Deschambault gets back to his feet and then takes Glover down with a double leg. Glover sitting against the cage with a headlock. He locks the other hand in for a Guillotine but Deschambault has worked to the side control. Deschambault with full mount now and he moves him to his corner. Glover trying to push off the cage with feet but Deschambault maintains top position. Deschambault lands some strong punches but Glover manages to kick him off the top. Deschambault in side now and again wins the mount position. Deschambault with some GNP before the round ends.
Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 Deschambault

R2. Glover lands a leg kick but Deschambault lands a counter left that stuns Glover. Deschambault with the takedown and in seconds gets mount. Deschambault gets him to his corner once again and he lands some lefts and rights. Deschambault lands a lot more strikes and the ref moves in closer, but Glover starts bucking and Deschambault stops throwing. No quit in Glover who is still bucking and using the cage, but he can’t get Deschambault off his chest. Glover cut badly around his left eye and Deschambault is still striking. Deschambault changes tactics and presses his forearm across Glover’s throat and puts all his weight on it and Glover taps out.
Phil Deschambault submits Mike Glover by Forearm Choke across the Throat in Round 2, 3:34

145lbs- Tang Thongpheng vs. Tony Javier
R1. Thongpheng presses to start and lands some knees. Frenetic action so Javier slows it down pressing Thongpheng against the cage. Javier and Thongpheng both exchanging strikes and knees, respectively. Javier pushing him against the cage. Javier with a standing Guillotine and knees. They break and Thongpheng throws a left body kick. Thongpheng shoots and a nice sprawl by Javier. Javier on top in Thongpheng’s closed guard. Left elbows by Javier. Thongpheng tries a sweep but Javier maintains top spot. Right elbows by Javier, who is staying active on the top. Javier gets to half while Thongpheng shrimps to escape. Thongpheng threatens with an arm bar but Javier muscles out. Left punches by Javier and a strong right lands as well. Round ends with Javier still on top.
Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 Javier

R2. Knees by Thongpheng but Javier trips him down. Javier in Thongpheng’s closed guard, but Thongpheng threatens with an arm bar again. Javier escapes and drops the elbows. Thongpheng with some rights from bottom but Javier’s elbows are much harder. Thongpheng grabs an arm again and this time Javier has to tap.
Tang Thongpheng submits Tony Javier by Arm Bar in Round 2, 2:05

114 Responses to “ Cage Fighting Manitoba 3 Play-by-Play – Wright Bests Phillips ”

  1. Robin Black says:

    Reg give Gabe a break.

    Promoting is a tough thankless gig and promoters give young fighters opportunities.

    Myself and a few others agree that paying a guy who cheated, whether he knew it or not, is a mistake.

    But it’s not the end of the world gabe is learning as he goes just like anyone at any complicated and constantly changing job.

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  2. Graham Weenk says:

    good to hear the show went well over all! Gabe is a hell of a nice guy, i wish him all the best!

    The forearm choke on the other hand is terrible… that’s how 10yr old older brothers assert dominance over their 6yr old brother. No professional fighter should ever tap from that

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  3. Dean Panas says:

    It shows a lot of class that Gabe paid both fighters! I understand why he paid the guy at fault especially if he is a big ticket seller. But I think if he was going to pay both, it would of been better to pay the opponent show and win money and not pay the offender at all.

    I agree with Robin and others that not knowing the rules is not an excuse! Fighters have to start realizing that you have to be professional when you sign contracts. Knowing the rules and what your responsibilities are is very important. I’m shocked nobody in his camp stopped him.

    Once again big props to Gabe! It’s not often guys take heat for paying guys who didn’t deserve it.

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  4. Dave "SHOULDERZ" MacMillan says:

    tomato Can promoters???

    Sorry Brother but I seen and worked with A LOT of promoters and Gabe is a Fighters Promoter.

    This day in age its a breath of fresh air to have a promoter

    everyone needs a place to learn their craft. would you let a first year intern doctor give you a triple bypass? These builder events are crucial to the future success of Mixed Martial Arts. The sport is too big for joe-blow to crawl out of a dungeon and be a world beater with a 0-0 record.

    as for credible teams…… most of these big team names are affiliates of the original. you honestly think that training at ATT- timbucktoo is the same as ATT Coconut creek florida? Most fighters I know are to broke to afford the prices of these teams.

    P.s. If you belong to one of these “premiere” teams, chances are your not a superstar there. You get little, if any time with the trainers, no hands on experience. Your only allowed to go to certain classes. If your lucky you’ll be a punching bag in a shark tank.

    I’d Rather have 100% attention from a credible coach then go get crippled and used by a “trainer” from an “elite” team.

    As for $300 bucks your first Pro fight, back in the day YOU PAID to fight. My first one I made only 200$ and was put up against a guy with 13 fights UNLESS YOUR IN THE UFC YOU DON”T FIGHT FOR MONEY. YOU FIGHT BECAUSE YOU GOT SOMETHIN TO PROVE TO YOURSELF!!! Why do people have this idea that there’s all this money in fighting??

    Last time I checked people miss weight in big organizations as well. and substance abuse…… please…… names a sport that doesn’t have it! go to your local gym you’ll find the everyday gym rat is hopped up.

    How is that even the promoters fault?

    I’m sorry Reg but I don’t agree at all.

    Perhaps we should go back to the old king of the cages where they were pulling fans out of the stands to fight on the show? Or maybe we should do it like the old underground organizations in New York

    Bottom Line is this, records wise the athletes were matched evenly. The comission and officials made sure The environment was as safe as possible. The promoter did everything in his power to create a safe, environment for the athletes to fight. Then end result was an excellent proving ground and entertaining product.

    That’s my 2 cents. quit being haters. Look at the good and be grateful there’s room for the organization to grow.

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  5. Jake204 says:

    Too bad adrenaline guy took all the attention.

    Overall, the event was entertaining. CFM 3 showed a lot of improvements from their previous two outings.

    How about Tang Thongpheng taking home Fight of the night and Sub of the night honors? :)

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  6. Dave "SHOULDERZ" MacMillan says:

    so is this guys new nick name. “the adrenaline guy”??

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  7. Robin Black says:

    Big congrats to Tang

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  8. Robin Black says:

    Great point Deano. Ya it’s wrong for a few reasons to pay a guy for screwing up, But if the worst thing a promoter does is pay more than he should it’s actually pretty refreshing lol!

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  9. Justsayin says:

    “SHOULDERZ” hit the nail on the head about “Promoters and Premier Teams”.

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  10. brandon says:

    gabe deffinitally paid me

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  11. caveman bully says:

    thanks Keith Grienke for the encouraging words i only said sorry to the fans for my performance because i had the flu weigh in day and spent that night in the hospital hooked up to I.V as i could not keep anything down, i’m very proud otherwise that i was able to still compete but i knew i had nothing left in me after the first, and Louis and the fans deserved the best me, and i promise next time i will be at my best. Thanks again to everyone who came out to the show and most importantly i have to thank George and Gab for taking good care of me during the ordeal and getting me medical attention. Dont know many other promoters who’d go out of their way to take care of their fighters.

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  12. EPerez says:

    Jackasses like Reg are the same guy who talk shit about every little detail they dont like about small shows like CFM and then in the same breath complain how fighters dont get paid enough.

    The show was well done, improvments in over the first 2. Good turnout and good fights. Period.

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  13. Jamie Locke says:

    Gabe does an excellent job at all aspects of his show.

    I also don’t agree with paying “the adrenaline guy”, but I can understand that if Gabe want to use him again on the next show (big ticket seller as well) than he’ll want to maintain a solid relationship.

    I just think it sets a bad example for others. I mean, I can sign up for a fight sell a bunch of tickets (make commission on said tickets) then show up, pop a couple pills, get paid and not have to fight at all….. Seems like easy money…

    I know you say this guy has been training for weeks and was ready to go, but you HAVE to know what’s legal and what’s not….For 1, this is PRO, 2 see the comment about speeding…

    I’m glad the show went well otherwise. Wish I could have beent here for this one. Hopefully I’ll make it out to the next.

    Congrats Gabe, looking forwrad to CFM 4…

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  14. Graham Weenk says:

    Good to see each show improving, Gabe is without a doubt a fighters promoter… As his show grows so will the pay days, he taking the approach of being in this for the long run it looks like to me, improving 1 show at a time, Canada has had allot of shows (Fighter Nation, Raw Combat among others) go too big too soon and go under before anyone realized they were even here.

    I think his shows will continue to improve and he’ll sneak up as one of
    Canada’s top shows before ya know it!

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  15. Jamie…the part you need to add after this:

    “I just think it sets a bad example for others. I mean, I can sign up for a fight sell a bunch of tickets (make commission on said tickets) then show up, pop a couple pills, get paid and not have to fight at all….. ”

    is “and tell the 50 people who include your parents, brothers, cousins, friends who only bought tickets to watch you fight (maybe had to drive into town as well) that you could not fight because you were a dumbass who took adrenaline in front of officials and got caught.”

    Not easy money to me.

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  16. Guys Mike did not make any commissions on any tickets he sold. I would not pay most fighters for this type of action but I know Mike and his coach pretty well and it was a simple hudge mistake on his part and he will pay for it for the rest of his MMA life! people will always talk about it i am sure. Give the guy a break… the promotion did the opponent did and even the commission did..

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  17. Jamie Locke says:

    If the guy wasn’t from Winnipeg, and didn’t have to tell his family and friends what happened, and Gabe didn’t know him personally, would he still have goten paid?

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  18. Gunner says:

    My main question is regardless of knowing, not knowing, what is the commission doing about this??????? regardless it was a banned substance,,, you see athletes claiming to have not known about there trainers or what not slipping these drugs into them unknowingly and still reprecussions.

    I dont wanna see a guy get punished but how can this not get punished if it is not, you are going to have all kinds of people trying to slip things by the commission and claiming well they didn’t know!!!!! and the only thing different is the ones to do it in the future will not be doing it in front of the commission but will still claim stupidity when they say they didn’t know.

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  19. Great point Jamie

    As for the commission, I think they should suspend him.

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  20. Robin Black says:

    Apparently he cried, which makes a situation very uncomfortable since most of us aren’t in scenarios where men cry much.

    Did that sway Gabe and the commission to be lenient? It would cause most normal people to go easy I think. But it shouldn’t.

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  21. cheats@heart.com says:

    Ok ok ok so everyone is outraged by some retard taking adrenaline pills in front of the commission (what a fuckin tool)but no one seems to ever bring up the fact that over 50% of fighters on the local Canadian circut are roided the fuck out during training and fighting.

    Ive trained with guys in the past Ive fought guys in the past(who everyone seems to know) that are on steroid’s and frankly it makes me sick to my stomach that this shit is considered acceptable. look at any one of these top ten Canadian list and fuck me i know for a god dam fact over half these guys are juiced!! and i don’t say this cause i think they are. i say this cause i god dam well know who there getting their shit from!

    I do however want to give props to a few guys i know aren’t taking them and have done everything they can do be the best they can without cheating. Guys like Penner, Ford, Clarke, Wescott, to name a few. Maybe the rest of the cheaters can use this knowledge and decided to get off the junk or probably die of heart disease at a early age! cheers to tiny testicle bitches!

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  22. Graham Weenk says:

    Obviously this “adrenaline” issue is for the Manitoba commission to deal with, its no the promoters job to handle it… its the commission’s job. I’m sure they will be handing out a suspension and possibly a fine.

    the fighter “not knowing” is nonsense, even he’s unsure then ask the commission rep before taking your drugs, but really how could anyone not know its a banned substance.

    Manitoba commission will handle this properly i’m sure… one note to the Manitoba commission tho, ALLOW ELBOWS ALREADY!!

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  23. cheats@heart.com says:

    figures no ones willing to say anything on the subject, cowards! and go ahead and thumbs me down that way we can all just go on pretending this doesn’t happen

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  24. CM says:

    Elbows have been legal in Manitoba for a few months now.

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  25. Graham Weenk says:

    cheats@heart… I agree, steroid tests need to be done way more often!! I know for a fact that all my fighters are clean, would love see steroid tests done more.

    It would lead to less use for sure, and less fools destroying their bodies with steroids in their 20s and then needing test therapy in their late 30s, or having heart attacks and strokes before 40.

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  26. Graham Weenk says:

    Nice! elbows finally allowed! last time we faught there in January they hadn’t made them legal yet, good to know!

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  27. cheats@heart.com says:

    Graham, i’m not sure who you are but i guess you manage fighters in some form or another. One thing id like to know is, if you found out one of your fighters was on steroids would you cut him from your roster, or would you keep him on?

    Also side note id like to ask that some of the regular posters say something about this subject. However i do realize that you may not want to use your real names. So i invite you please to post under an pseudonym.

    I want this elephant in the room to be discussed!

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  28. buck says:

    i think when you used a certain name as an example of someone that doesnt juice we just ignored you knowing your a troll we’ve all seen the footage of onna these guys gyno from his early fights

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  29. cheats@heart.com says:

    Well please do enlighten me ? if you got something to say then say it. please use decipherable English.

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  30. Adam Lorenz says:

    I am on one of those top ten lists that you are talking about and so is one of my training partner. I don’t know if steroid use in Canadian MMA is as common as you are saying that it is, but I know that myself and all the fighters on my team don’t use them so I have nothing against testing for them (infact it would be fantastic for us). I also don’t know what makes you such an expert on this topic, therefore your accusations seem kind of baseless.

    If YOU have got something to say then say it.

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  31. Robin Black says:

    Don’t mess with Adam Lorenz imo

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  32. Advin Omic says:

    I read on an online forum that using testosterone makes you have sick jitz. I heard gh makes your wrestling amazing. No need to actually work on skill with those amazing advancements in technology!

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  33. Graham Weenk says:

    i run Alliance mma, in Saskatoon. I have Adam Lorenz, Kurt Southern, Tyson Steele, Ford Robertson, Daniel Mark among others on my fight team, all clean.

    We have had guys in the gym on the juice, and no they have not faught for us and we would never even consider getting those guys fights. i have had guys drug tested, our usual doctors always run complete blood work including test levels for every fighter.

    I have only actually seen 1 fighter in a show I have been at get busted. At most events you can request steroid tests if you are concerned. I actually don’t think its as common as you may think for guys to be on the juice.

    The guys we’ve had come in on the juice actually seem comparatively weak as well… they are inflated up to an unnatural size and have been just weaker and less endurance than the guys naturally that size. I really don’t it as beneficial or creating an advantage.

    that’s been our experience anyway. I like the idea of drug testing to help discourage guys from foolishly using drugs that cause many many long term health problems.

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  34. BigBoi says:

    @cheats – Is it a nice view from your high horse? You come blazing into this discussion with some veiled accusations against top fighters. You adopt a position of ‘holier than thou’ and ask people to talk freely about what they know?

    You are either the dumbest MMA Journalist ever or the laziest cop ever.

    Are there drugs in MMA? Sure there are.

    Are there drugs in Hockey? Probably more than MMA due to the higher paydays that exist for the players.

    However, as Advin pointed out, you can juice all you want you aren’t going to magically pick up talent along the way.

    What’s your point? What axe are you grinding? Who the f**k are you?

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  35. Tyler Davis says:

    I think roids would just rob your work ethic, which I belive is the most important aspect of mma

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  36. Cj Saftic says:

    On top of all of that why would you spend all types of money on steroids to win a regional fight and make half of it back?

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  37. Mike Del Grosso says:

    Hey, Id like to appologize to everyone who had come out to see myself and Brandon fight. It was a rookie mistake and would like to clear things up. It was not adrenaline pills it was 2x8mg ephedrine tablets. I had no idea it was a banned substance, I had purchaced it at GNC over the counter. I feel terrible and embarrassed at what had happen. If i knew it was banned I never would have taken it in the first place, especially while in front of the commission. I would never intentionally hurt CFM or my team members at Dragons Den. I hope everyone can forgive me for the mistake and come out to CFM 4 Feb.3.2011.

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  38. Sean Quinn says:

    Wtf are you doing taking ephedrine before a fit??
    You are more likely to end up puking all over the cage or dying of a heart attack than getting any real benefits from that shit in a fight.
    Ephedrine is perfect when you are working your aerobic system, but potentially fatal if your doing something as anaerobic as fighting.

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  39. Mike Del Grosso says:

    Im not going to argue it over and over again, I said my peace, I made a mistake and have learned from it.

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  40. Bobby Karimi says:

    piece

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  41. Gunner says:

    Sean Quinn is smart and educated to…… damn you Sean for making me feel inadequate

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  42. Trevor Wright says:

    I really think everybody is blowing this whole thing way out of proportion. Mike came up to Warren Phillips and I at the afterparty and told us the story, I thought the guy was an idiot to after the stories I had heard, but after hearing it in his own words its just as he said and it was a mistake and he is sorry for it. Give the guy a break, everyone else that was there already has.

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  43. Jamie Locke says:

    I disagree Tervor.

    As an exolving professional sport, I think all the rules must be obeyed. There needs to be a benchmark or standard procedure throughout the comissions for suspensions and fines for things like use of illegal substances, missing weight by X lbs, violence against officials and other unPROFESSIONAL conduct.

    I am not trying to slam this guy for what he did, I also understand he made a mistake. I have made plenty of those myself.

    What I’m trying to say is that in this particular case, the commission shoulod use this as an opportunity to let all the professional fighters, coaches, corners, managers, promoters etc that it is up to them to know the rules and obey them or face X penelty.

    Just because the guy is sorry, felt horrible, had to explain everything to friends and family, doesn’t negate the facte that he broke the rules. Yes the fight was cancelled and he was embarassed, does that mean it’s all over? There are alot of what-ifs that the commission needs to think about, so if anything along these lines happens again they have a standard practise in place so they can say “we did everything we could to ensure the rules were well known”.

    What if he wasn’t seen taking the substance, won the fight and was challenged about it afterwords?

    What if he wasn’t seen and suffered a servere injury during the bout or immediately after?

    As it stands, if everyone just says “he didn’t know it was illegal and he’s very sorry” and forget about it, than what happens at the next event when someone does the same thing?

    Also, as I mentioned above. Would things have panned out differently if the guy in question wasn’t local, if he hadn’t so many fans in the building, if he wasn’t such a nice guy, if he wasn’t “really sorry”?

    Rules are rules, this sport is in a place where the rules need to be a clear as possible and the consequences for breaking the rules need to be standardized across the board.

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  44. Gunner says:

    Trevor regardless mistake or not he could be the pope and the nicest guy in the world but me as a fighter who has to trust that the commission is there for everyones safety including my own a simple i am sorry i did not know it was an illegal substance does nto dissolve the fack it was an illegal substance and he was scene/caught or how ever you wanna say it with and useing this.

    Just cause my car only reads speed in km/hr does not mean when i go to the states i can plead stupidity and say i did not know i was speeding. Its my responsibility to know what the speed is anywhere i am and if i dont regardless of the sob story you tell the cop you are still getting a punishment (UNless your blonde with big tits) but thats another story.

    Now back to my popint,,,,,,, it is still against the rules and it still needs to be punished by the commission or yes the all famous i did not know ius going to become just as common as missing weight for some guys

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  45. Gunner says:

    Damn you to Jamie for some what covering every point i tried to pretend and be smart about

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  46. Jamie Locke says:

    Haha, sorry Gunner, I was just a bit faster with the keys… It could be because I’m good with computers, or it could be because I am not drunk right now….

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  47. Sean Quinn says:

    Its not just the rule break that bothers me. I mean fair enough, you didnt know, mistakes are made by everyone.
    What i cant get over, is how dangerous this drug is in this circumstance!! Have you ever used it before? Do you not understand what it does?
    I used to use ephedrine all the time. Long time ago. But never for competition. I used it back when i cared what i looked like. Ephedrine along with a couple of other ingredients will get you ripped fast.
    But, i would NEVER, take it before practise. Never take it before competition. And as soon as i began competing, i stopped all use of it altogether because i knew that it was banned.
    The brief period where i took it was after i had quit wrestling and before i had started fighting. Essentially all i was doing was lifting like a bodybuilder(i.e an idiot) and running long slow distances to stay lean.
    Ephedrine is a dangerous drug when not used properly. If you dont understand it, you shouldnt be taking it.
    Footballers FUCKING DIE taking this for games!!!

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  48. Adam Lorenz says:

    ^LOL

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  49. Adam Lorenz says:

    Ahhh, darn you Sean I was loling at Jamie, Gunner is probably drunk its a Tuesday.

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  50. Adam Lorenz says:

    And ya we can tell that you no longer care how you look Sean.

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