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I think there should be enuff about me to ask summink or another
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Jones or Cormier?
Silva or Diaz?
Hendricks or Lawler?
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I think there should be enuff about me to ask summink or another
Is Haq your surname? Like mine?

Why medicine?

What's an MMA fighter?
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Jones or Cormier?
Silva or Diaz?
Hendricks or Lawler?
Cormier - I Really, really hope Cormier beats him up (Sorry I know you're Jones' coach) . If Cormier can't beat him, no one can
Silva - Intrigued by this fight like everyone else. Silva is actually alot bigger than Diaz which should play a factor, plus he doesn't have to worry about wrestling.
Lawler - Just looks amazing. Put on an anti-wrestling clinic against Ellengberger and is a more dynamic striker than Hendricks
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Is Haq your surname? Like mine?

Why medicine?

What's an MMA fighter?
Yeah, its actually Haque though x

lol i'm not even sure. It's always been medicine, since i was a lil kid. combination of underlying family pressure, wanting to do summink where I help others, religious reasons, being good at science, wanting to study summink where I'm guaranteed a job, loads of things i guess.

Mixed Martial Arts. That thing where the guys fight in a cage
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Cormier - I Really, really hope Cormier beats him up (Sorry I know you're Jones' coach) . If Cormier can't beat him, no one can
Silva - Intrigued by this fight like everyone else. Silva is actually alot bigger than Diaz which should play a factor, plus he doesn't have to worry about wrestling.
Lawler - Just looks amazing. Put on an anti-wrestling clinic against Ellengberger and is a more dynamic striker than Hendricks
lol im not the real greg jackson btw, jones is such a prick, lmao at the press conference brawl and off camera argument with dc though

edit: your 3 favourite fighters to watch?
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Yeah, its actually Haque though x

lol i'm not even sure. It's always been medicine, since i was a lil kid. combination of underlying family pressure, wanting to do summink where I help others, religious reasons, being good at science, wanting to study summink where I'm guaranteed a job, loads of things i guess.

Mixed Martial Arts. That thing where the guys fight in a cage
Lol interesting...

Why would you want to fight someone in a cage?

And why say 'summink' instead of 'something'?
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lol im not the real greg jackson btw, jones is such a prick, lmao at the press conference brawl and off camera argument with dc though

edit: your 3 favourite fighters to watch?
Lol I figured
He just seems like such a fake guy , needs to get tossed on his head.

There's too many to say tbh ...
I'll say Machida, Nick Diaz and Cain Velasquez but I could've sed dozens, they're just the first to pop in my head


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Lol interesting...

Why would you want to fight someone in a cage?

And why say 'summink' instead of 'something'?
I believe fighting is one of the most natural things for men. That's why we have testosterone. Modern society has just suppressed our need to fight.

I fight in a cage in particular because it has the least amount of rules making it the closest thing to a real fight,allowing you to express yourself more freely.

In a way fighting is like dancing. It's a physical expression of the human body and is one of the purest art forms.


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Lol interesting...

Why would you want to fight someone in a cage?

And why say 'summink' instead of 'something'?
Oh and I type "summink" because I type how I speak, and I'm not very well spoken lol


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Oh and I type "summink" because I type how I speak, and I'm not very well spoken lol


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Will this affect your communication between patients?
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Will this affect your communication between patients?
I can turn on a fake "proper" way of speaking. How I got through my interviews lol


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(Original post by HaQ_mAn_)
I believe fighting is one of the most natural things for men. That's why we have testosterone. Modern society has just suppressed our need to fight.

I fight in a cage in particular because it has the least amount of rules making it the closest thing to a real fight,allowing you to express yourself more freely.

In a way fighting is like dancing. It's a physical expression of the human body and is one of the purest art forms.


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Okay... I don't know what you said.. Mostly bcos I skim read :lol:
(Original post by HaQ_mAn_)
Oh and I type "summink" because I type how I speak, and I'm not very well spoken lol


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Ahhh okay fair enough
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I can turn on a fake "proper" way of speaking. How I got through my interviews lol


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lol real talk, everyone knows that dude that changes his accent on the phone.

Anywho, do you fight amateur or just train? How many times a week are you training mma? What specific martial arts do you do (I've heard it differs from gym to gym)?
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Okay... I don't know what you said.. Mostly bcos I skim read :lol:

Ahhh okay fair enough
That was a really passionate explanation aswell....


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That was a really passionate explanation aswell....


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Lmao, sorry

i went back and read it, and it's like dancing? I love dancing! :woo::turban:
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lol real talk, everyone knows that dude that changes his accent on the phone.

Anywho, do you fight amateur or just train? How many times a week are you training mma? What specific martial arts do you do (I've heard it differs from gym to gym)?
I trained during my gap year and had my first amateur fight. Unfortunately I lost a decision 29-28 which I was gutted about tbh

All year I was training at least 5 times a week. Going into my fight pretty much every day. I didn't train during Ramadan , and right now just a few times a week. Gonna see what happens when I go uni etc.

I did a lot of Jiu Jitsu, fair bit of wrestling, bit of boxing, Muay Thai.

As a kid I did Tang Soo Do which is like Taekwondo, so that gave me good kicks


I really want to fight again, but gonna have to see what happens at uni


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Lmao, sorry

i went back and read it, and it's like dancing? I love dancing! :woo::turban:
Lol it's like dancing as in its a physical expression of the body



Ps I like dancing aswell


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Lol it's like dancing as in its a physical expression of the body



Ps I like dancing aswell


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I know that's what you meant, did say you'd be prancing about in a cage :rofl:

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I trained during my gap year and had my first amateur fight. Unfortunately I lost a decision 29-28 which I was gutted about tbh

All year I was training at least 5 times a week. Going into my fight pretty much every day. I didn't train during Ramadan , and right now just a few times a week. Gonna see what happens when I go uni etc.

I did a lot of Jiu Jitsu, fair bit of wrestling, bit of boxing, Muay Thai.

As a kid I did Tang Soo Do which is like Taekwondo, so that gave me good kicks


I really want to fight again, but gonna have to see what happens at uni


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Where are you going to uni?
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