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    Quote Originally Posted by tarantula View Post


    Gaat niet helemaal lekker met maclife zo te zien, als hij het woord nigger zei wat leek krijgt hij daar ook weer gezeik mee
    Dan moet je toch echt even beter luisteren
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    dit is echt slecht voor hem. ik denk dat dit weleens het begin van het einde kan worden. hij moet dit snel weer weten te spinnen en een beetje aan zijn sponsors denken

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    Quote Originally Posted by VivaLaStef View Post
    Dan moet je toch echt even beter luisteren

    Dan zal je toch even beter moeten lezen, ik zei het leek. Weet je wat leek betekend?
    Bovendien is de audio ook niet super.

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    Vraag me af of ze mcG ook echt een straf geven. Jason high werd zelfs ontslagen na het aanraken van een ref:

    http://mmajunkie.com/2014/06/dana-wh...was-no-brainer

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    Default John Redmond: Conor McGregor ‘overshadowed’ my Bellator bout, influenced stoppage

    John Redmond and Charlie Ward’s fight was the talk of the MMA world for all the wrong reasons Friday night when Conor McGregor scaled the fence in celebration with his SBG teammate, Ward, following his knockout in the final second of the first round.
    McGregor shoved referee Marc Goddard and slapped a Bellator official who tried to push him from the cage on his second attempt to gain entry.


    At one stage, while pursuing Goddard across the canvas, McGregor appeared to cause the defeated Redmond to stumble. Redmond seemed to be still feeling the affect of the left hand that sent him down at the end of the first round.
    According to Irish veteran Redmond, McGregor’s behavior overshadowed the fight. He also believes that the UFC lightweight champion’s appearance had an impact on the fight not going into a second round.
    “We had a good fight in there and I think him jumping into the cage overshadowed the whole fight and the whole event,” Redmond told MMA Fighting.


    “I don’t want to piss and moan about it. I don’t want anyone taking pity on me or anything like that. I didn’t get the win, but I showed I was in charge of the fight up until that big shot at the end of the round.
    “I think the fight was far from finished and all the madness that was going on in there didn’t help me getting a chance to go out for the second.”


    After initially leaving the cage, McGregor did an about turn and marched back to the stage shouting, “that was a f*cking stoppage”, suggesting that there was a debate as to whether the fight would enter the second round.
    McGregor shouted "that was a fucking stoppage" and ran back towards the cage. Goddard then ejected him pic.twitter.com/OImxiwq7f7
    — Peter Carroll (@PetesyCarroll) November 10, 2017
    Redmond insisted that Goddard wanted the fight to continue, but the Mohegan Sun commission, who oversaw Bellator 187, decided that the fight should not go on. For Redmond, the “circus” that McGregor created in the ring forced the commission to put an end to the fight as quickly as possible.


    “I think there was a lot of panic in the ring as soon as he got in there. I think everybody was just concerned with getting him out of there as quickly as possible,” Redmond said.


    “Marc Goddard was going to let the fight go into the second, but then the commission seemed to overrule his decision. I think that decision was swayed because of the circus and madness that was going down at the time. It was just a mad scene. I’ve never seen anything like it.”
    Redmond revealed that McGregor briefly spoke of his respect for both Redmond and Team Ryano head coach, Andy Ryan, during his explosive appearance in the Bellator cage.


    “After it he said, ‘I respect you, John’ and, ‘I respect you, Andy’, I guess after seeing the thing with Artem in Poland last month it looks like emotions have boiled over a few times for him,” he said.


    Redmond feels a rematch is the right thing to do based on how the fight was brought to a close.
    “I felt like I was bullying Charlie in there,” Redmond said. “He can say what he wants after the fight, but look at the footage. He took me down, I used my jiu-jitsu to get back to my feet and I felt I dominated him for the whole fight.


    “I’m not trying to say that the shot didn’t catch me, but by no means was I out. It was right at the end of the round and I think I deserved to go into the second. Maybe if that madness didn’t go down I would have got that.
    “A rematch is the right way to go with this and I think after all the interest our first fight generated it would be something Bellator would like to do.”

    https://www.mmafighting.com/2017/11/...s-charlie-ward

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    It was right at the end of the round and I think I deserved to go into the second. Maybe if that madness didn’t go down I would have got that.
    Het gevecht was toch al over? Redmond was goed out dan zeg...als ie denkt dat er een tweede ronde aan zat te komen...duidelijk te zien dat Goddard het gevecht al had beëindigd. Geen bel gehoord.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tarantula View Post
    Die ref begon met duwen, hij moet zijn klauwen ook thuis houden. Hij kwam alleen zijn teammate feliciteren en geen herrieschoppen dan hoor je hem gewoon mondeling de de kooi uit te wijzen en niet autoritair gaan wegduwen.
    Hij was geen lid van het team maar een gewone toeschouwer en heeft dus niks in de ring te zoeken. Zeker niet als de partij nog niet afgelopen is.Om precies dezelfde reden mocht hij bij de partij van Artem niet om de ring lopen en coachen. Scheids deed helemaal niks fout.

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    Hoe vaker ik het zie, hoe treuriger het wordt. Het gezwel van de vechtsport heet Conor McGregor.

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    Lijkt me fantastisch als Goddard de derde man in de octagon is bij McGregor vs Ferguson.
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    Quote Originally Posted by e-type View Post
    Het gevecht was toch al over? Redmond was goed out dan zeg...als ie denkt dat er een tweede ronde aan zat te komen...duidelijk te zien dat Goddard het gevecht al had beëindigd. Geen bel gehoord.

    Wat een idioot zeg, hij walst gewoon Redmond omver die op de grond zit......
    Net nu ik hem wat meer waardeerde laat hij weer iets idioots zien....

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    Quote Originally Posted by e-type View Post
    Het gevecht was toch al over? Redmond was goed out dan zeg...als ie denkt dat er een tweede ronde aan zat te komen...duidelijk te zien dat Goddard het gevecht al had beëindigd. Geen bel gehoord.

    Ik had hem het gevecht nog niet zien afzwaaien. Voor hij dat ook maar kon doen stond die idioot al in de ring en ging de aandacht daarnaar toe. Blijkbaar had een scheidsrechter aan de zijkant besloten de partij te beëindigen, wat mij geen verkeerde beslissing lijkt. Maar goed je ziet ook wel eens partijen waarbij mensen in de minuut rust voldoende herstellen om door te vechten (Bisping vs A Silva bijvoorbeeld).

    Hoe dan ook had Conor niets te zoeken in de ring. En al helemaal niet de scheidsrechter zo aan te vliegen. Wat een idioot. Het lijkt wel alsof hij in zijn eigen persona is gaan geloven. En de lading geld op zijn bankrekening zal het waarschijnlijk alleen maar bekrachtigen.

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    Cocaïne is a hell of a drug;-)
    Leek alsof ie doorgesnoven was net afgelopen zomer in Club Lio op Ibiza.

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    Wat slecht zeg...

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    tja aandacht is aandacht toch
    beter een gat in een olietanker dan een olietanker in je gat

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    Hij zou main event zijn geweest op UFC219, maar is hier nu vanaf gehaald... Zou nog een straf aankomen.

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    misschien zijn ze bij de UFC stiekem wel blij want dit ondermijnt zijn onderhandelingspositie natuurlijk. hij wil een partnership toch? Dan zal hij zich als een "partner"moeten gedragen.

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    thenotoriousmmaGeverifieerdVolgen1.365 berichten21,1mln volgers442 volgendConor McGregor Official The face of the fight game. www.hismileteeth.comVideoPostVideoPostVideoMeer ladenInstagramInstagramZoekenApp downloadenAanmeldenOver onsOndersteuningBlogPersAPIVacaturesPrivacyVoorwaa rdenDirectoryTaal© 2017 InstagramRegistreer je om foto's en video's van je vrienden te zien.Registreren✕VolgendethenotoriousmmaGeverifiee rdVolgenVind ik leukReageren338.429 vind-ik-leuksthenotoriousmmaI sincerely apologize for my behavior at last weekends fight event in Dublin. While trying to support a loyal teammate and friend, I let my emotions get the best of me and acted out of line. As a multiple weight UFC champion, executive producer, role model and public figure, I must hold myself to a higher standard. The referee Marc Godard was making a horrendous decision in trying to pick an unconscious fighter up off the floor and force the fight to continue into the second round. Even against the wishes of the said fighters coach. The fight was over. After witnessing my fighter in a fight where the worst happened and the opponent passed away from his injuries on the night, I thought the worst was about to happen again, and I lost it and over reacted. I am sorry to everyone. I sincerely apologize to the Director of the Mohegan Tribe Department of Athletic Regulation, Mike Mazzulli, all the officials and staff working the event, Andy Ryan and his fighter John, two stonch ones that put up a great fight every time. That side will always have my respect, and lastly every one of my fans. I love yous all! I’ve always learned from my mistakes and this will be no different.Meer opmerkingen ladenagarvey15Hello der #thenotoriousmmasanothebigballeribizaEl cucuy is comin👍🏽👍🏽shawnskeithBall on pl[email protected] te parecesmaxwellbusch205Classkalbaev13Эээээнен конорalejandrosanchez808😍😍siobhancarroll12Was at the 3arena last Friday night I got there after @relentlesscharlieward fight I am glad I was not there as it would of been upsetting to see you as you were ... not in a negative way your a super young passionate man and your life has become so fast . Conor you no the deal stay safe stay clean. That adrenaline long term causes damage you don't have to get bangs in the head to cause brain damage stay safe, live life would be at peace @thenotoriousmma . 💜💜irish mammy's worrie way to much. @margaret_mcgregor1326 Your a great kid .I say that will great respect to your whole story. Moving on up._timur_datsiev_Братан просил не фотайся в туалете. Да и при таком освещении[email protected] a micekjelisejsBullshit! In the deleted tweet you said fuck you all! This is formal appology to cover your ass. Goddart was right on all accounts! As an ordinary spectator you had no place in the ring whatsoever. He stopped the fight right as the bell sounded, so there was a question if the KO'd guy could continue. But your stupid actions robbed the fighter of chance to be in the fight. How many times we have witnessed almost KO'd fighter come back and win the fight in the next round! Never mind climbing the fence and slapping the official who is doing his job - which is totally unacceptable! And the previous time Goddart was right as well! You acted as a 4-th cornerman running arround the cage which is also against​ the rules! So stfu about Goddart - he's a real man, who won't tolerate anybody's [email protected] we forgive [email protected] better not be dissing the kingjl_thetruth34🙄sadistic_phenomAnyone in your shoes would of probaly did the same thing. Don't take it to hard [email protected] he issued it. How does whether he wrote it make it okay?

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    oeps dat ging niet zoals ik wou. McGregor bied zijn excuses aan voor zijn gedrag

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    Quote Originally Posted by micha View Post
    oeps dat ging niet zoals ik wou. McGregor bied zijn excuses aan voor zijn gedrag
    I sincerely apologize for my behavior at last weekends fight event in Dublin. While trying to support a loyal teammate and friend, I let my emotions get the best of me and acted out of line. As a multiple weight UFC champion, executive producer, role model and public figure, I must hold myself to a higher standard.

    The referee Marc Godard was making a horrendous decision in trying to pick an unconscious fighter up off the floor and force the fight to continue into the second round. Even against the wishes of the said fighters coach. The fight was over.

    After witnessing my fighter in a fight where the worst happened and the opponent passed away from his injuries on the night, I thought the worst was about to happen again, and I lost it and over reacted. I am sorry to everyone.

    I sincerely apologize to the Director of the Mohegan Tribe Department of Athletic Regulation, Mike Mazzulli, all the officials and staff working the event, Andy Ryan and his fighter John, two stonch ones that put up a great fight every time. That side will always have my respect, and lastly every one of my fans. I love yous all!
    I’ve always learned from my mistakes and this will be no different.

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    Wat mij nog niet helemaal duidelijk is; Springt de scheids er nu tussen omdat het einde ronde is ? Of beëindigd hij het gevecht ?
    Want in het eerste geval moet dan toch de dokter bepalen of hij verder kan na de eerste ronde ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bromios View Post
    Wat mij nog niet helemaal duidelijk is; Springt de scheids er nu tussen omdat het einde ronde is ? Of beëindigd hij het gevecht ?
    Want in het eerste geval moet dan toch de dokter bepalen of hij verder kan na de eerste ronde ?

    Einde ronde. Goddard heeft op z'n FB een uitleg gegeven, waaronder dit:

    "The punch and action that followed naturally resulted in a surge of crowd noise, one that was so significant I had already made my determination that I could not audibly hear the bell sound for the end of the round, I had made my decision to step in with the belief that bell had indeed been sounded, when in actual fact it had not. This is a critical fact to the ensuing proceedings.

    At this point on my step in, and you will clearly see from the video replay that I only step across and do not wave the fight off. Charlie Ward, understandably so had reeled off in celebration thinking that I had indeed ended the contest and not as I had actually done, called time on what I believed to be the end of the round. Two distinctly different endings."

    en

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    It was then that finally, in a second of respite amongst the carnage do I get to see the timekeeper who tells me that bell was sounded one second after I had stepped across. This is when it becomes apparently and easily clear to me that the fight was now officially ruled and over and Charlie Ward had indeed rightfully won the fight, based upon my actions alone."

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    Quote Originally Posted by e-type View Post
    Einde ronde. Goddard heeft op z'n FB een uitleg gegeven, waaronder dit:

    "The punch and action that followed naturally resulted in a surge of crowd noise, one that was so significant I had already made my determination that I could not audibly hear the bell sound for the end of the round, I had made my decision to step in with the belief that bell had indeed been sounded, when in actual fact it had not. This is a critical fact to the ensuing proceedings.

    At this point on my step in, and you will clearly see from the video replay that I only step across and do not wave the fight off. Charlie Ward, understandably so had reeled off in celebration thinking that I had indeed ended the contest and not as I had actually done, called time on what I believed to be the end of the round. Two distinctly different endings."

    en

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    It was then that finally, in a second of respite amongst the carnage do I get to see the timekeeper who tells me that bell was sounded one second after I had stepped across. This is when it becomes apparently and easily clear to me that the fight was now officially ruled and over and Charlie Ward had indeed rightfully won the fight, based upon my actions alone."

    https://m.facebook.com/marc.goddard....64252400581175
    Helemaal duidelijk zo. Had ik nog niet gezien. In dit licht gezien is het een fout van de scheidsrechter dat hij de partij te vroeg beëindigd heeft. Was Conor niet in de ring gesprongen dan was het waarschijnlijk op een no-contest uitgedraaid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fifi23 View Post
    Haha was ook het eerste wat in mij op kwam bij het zien van de beelden. Echt een bizarre actie. In zijn recente interviews leek het juist alsof hij heel bewust is van het verschil tussen show en realiteit maar na dit fiasco lijkt het alsof ie het spoor redelijk bijster is...

    Vraag me af of die official die van McNugget een tik op zijn bek kreeg em gaat aanklagen.... Valt genoeg te halen dacht ik zo.

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