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Post Has soccer become emasculated throughout the years?
on: March 25, 2012, 10:18
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With the recent Dana White interview dissing soccer, and saying it is the least talented sport. I bring up this question.

I've stopped watching soccer because of the flops, and dives. Once the sport becomes about abusing the rules and trying to push the boundaries of sportsmanship and just code of honor, I step away from it.

I see the same happening with certain fighters in mma. They just try to outpoint the other fighter and it no longer is a fight. The fighter could be running for 2 rounds and getting in a few jabs and a takedown and completely get destroyed for 1 round and still win the fight. It's shit like that, which detracts me from the sport.

Here's a link to the outburst of Dana's interview (link to interview is there as well)

http://www.thepostgame.com/blog/dish/201203/ufc-pres-dana-white-soccer-least-talented-sport-earth

I tend to agree with Dana white on the "pussyfication" but I think he does have his head up his ass. Can't stand the motherfucker

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Post Re: Has soccer become emasculated throughout the years?
on: April 20, 2012, 02:42
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OK no one wants to answer or admit it. Here's another person that sums up why I stopped watching nogomet.

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