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    Default Joe Lauzon Vlog

    He always has great video blogs that rival Dana's.

    His latest one was really good, and I thought it was worth sharing on here for those that haven't seen it. Tons of behind the scenes type ****.

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    Never been a real fan of his. But, I still watched the whole thing.

    No sizzle, no jokes/just bare nuts and bolts. Oh and fucc that

    I would've went out with a scar like that.
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    Stitch job looked alright, but good God...this yokel needs a lesson in lac repair prep that a third year med student could teach.

    Wonder if the UFC is accepting applications preemptively for the day when this guy forgets his infection waiver.
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    Parsons, thanks for posting.

    A few things stood out to me in this blog:
    1. Joe Lauzon comes off incredibly likeable and down to earth. The combination of his last few fights and seeing him interact with people behind the scenes has definitely made me a fan.
    2. I was intrigued by the referee instructions. Even though it was all the standard stuff, that's something I've never actually seen in that detail behind the scenes. Yves Lavigne sounded very reasonable in everything he explained. Refs have to make split second decisions, and you just can't get them all right.
    3. Seeing Joe wait for the fight gave a good first person perspective of what it's like to wait to fight in front of 15k people. It made me wonder what I would do, and I think I'd mess my pants before I made it through the curtain. It would be absolutely surreal to walk into an arena, and then a cage and fight another pro.

    Overall a great look behind the scenes.

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    Dunno why, but felt a bit queasy watching that stitch up job

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    Excellent piece. I recently had a few stitches and cringed when they were injecting numbing agent. That stuff was worse than the actual stitching.

    Joe is a good guy that never gives up. Kudos to him for not only not giving up, but working hard to win the damn thing until the very end.

    One more thing: Joe's girl is adorable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by triplej2345 View Post
    Parsons, thanks for posting.

    A few things stood out to me in this blog:
    1. Joe Lauzon comes off incredibly likeable and down to earth. The combination of his last few fights and seeing him interact with people behind the scenes has definitely made me a fan.
    2. I was intrigued by the referee instructions. Even though it was all the standard stuff, that's something I've never actually seen in that detail behind the scenes. Yves Lavigne sounded very reasonable in everything he explained. Refs have to make split second decisions, and you just can't get them all right.
    3. Seeing Joe wait for the fight gave a good first person perspective of what it's like to wait to fight in front of 15k people. It made me wonder what I would do, and I think I'd mess my pants before I made it through the curtain. It would be absolutely surreal to walk into an arena, and then a cage and fight another pro.

    Overall a great look behind the scenes.
    I really appreciated Yve's use of a sheet of paper when explaining the back of the head rule. Very clear.

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    I've always liked Creepy Joe, but this made me like him more.

    Cool stuff.

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    WTF? That's the back of the head?!

    Should be a connecting line from the top of each ear!!!

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    That black dude shouting that inane BS is annoying as FUCK

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