Jimmy Smith is RIDICULOUS as a UFC commentator. I wonder HOW they decided to hire this fool. He's like a bald bobble head when he speaks and listens to others commentating on fights. He's constantly nodding his head in a "YES" manner. NO OTHER commentator does that which makes him look doubly stupid when he does it. He should watch himself and CORRECT his mannerism. THEN maybe he might be more acceptable.
started kickoxing in 1990 at Bushido Tiel,Holland. first fight 1991. became english champion Goju Ryu Karate. Stopped kickboxfights in 1996 fighting in C-klasse. Later did some Frree Fights and mma fights. the best against Jeffrey v h Schip although Jeffrey won. The worst against Ricardo Fyeet, who was 22 kg heavyer. also lost. Fought for Martijn de Jong in Japan. For Wout Kist in Holland and Germany. Last fght ; okt. 98 against Ricardo Fyeet !
Get ready to head back to the cage! As today, THQ has released the latest trailer for the next UFC game. The game will be titled UFC Undisputed 3 instead of UFC Undisputed 2012. The game is expected to be out in early 2012.
New features to the game include an overhauled submission system and the addition of other promotions such as Pride Fighting Championships.
For my first blog post, I thought I'd just say my opinion on the greatest fight entrance music, as the title says. Each song also has a Youtube link so you know where I'm coming from.
- 5: "Animal I Have Become"-Three Days Grace.  The bass line is incredible and it gets people fired up.
- 4: "Ad Astra Per Aspera"-Acceptance.  It's a great instrumental bit.
- 3: "Attack"-30 Seconds to Mars.  Nice intro, good headbanger.
- 2: "I Never Wanted"-As I Lay Dying.  Mostly guitar, works quite well.
- 1: "Enter Sandman"-Metallica.  The greatest intro ever! Just it would have topped the list.
So there you have it. Please comment with suggestions.
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