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Friday, November 16, 2007

Karo Parisyan - Quote of the Day



“Chuck (Liddell) was the most recognizable person in the sport at the time he fought Quinton (Jackson),” explains Parisyan. “When he got knocked out (at UFC 71 in May), at the press conference I saw him leaning against the wall by himself, just sad because he lost his belt, and everybody was around Quinton. Nobody even looked at Chuck.

This is how #$%$ up life is today. The guy can knock out five guys in a row, including our heavyweight champion back-to-back, and beat all these good fighters, and he loses one fight and everybody goes ‘well, he lost.’ When you don’t lose that often and then you lose once, everybody remembers that one loss.”


  1. Karo that's nothing new.
    Old as fuck but "You're only as good as your last fight"
    Watch "Baseketball" after the Beers lose the Denslow Cup. This is a funny scene about sports among many others.

  2. I agree.

    It's messed up.

    Immediatly after someone new and better comes, everybody acts like they were behind that person from day one!


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