Forrest Griffin... he's a good sport.

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Forrest Griffin... he's a good sport.

Post  YodaBonZelda on Sun Jul 08, 2012 1:48 pm

@ForrestGriffin Twitter

"Forrest Griffin doesn't have walk out shirts he has run away shirts, so I guess the designs should be on the back." -1H ago

"I want to apologize to @titoortiz and his fans for fucking up his interview. It was an honor to be his final fight!"
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While Forrest had another episode last night, he was once again very open and jovial about his brash decision to take a lap through the crowd after his rubber match with Tito Ortiz at UFC 148. He had thought he lost the fight until Dana actually ran him down and ordered him to return to the cage. As he returned to the octagon, he decided to do the post fight interview with Tito himself, taking the moment from Joe Rogan who was the first person to interview Tito 15 years ago on May 3rd, 1997.

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Post  FiftyCalReaper on Mon Jul 09, 2012 4:51 am

Yeah that was kind of fucked up...kept Tito from going full circle and a guy like that really needs something ceremonial such as a final interview with Rogan...but it was an innocent mistake.
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Post  S. Zulu on Mon Jul 09, 2012 9:42 am

Meh, his "people's teddy bear" image was cute in the beginning but it's annoying and goofballish now.
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Post  YodaBonZelda on Mon Jul 09, 2012 6:20 pm

I think that he's legitimately sorry for what he did. He wasn't thinking about the affect that his actions would cause in the big picture. How did he get a microphone in the first place? Laughing

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Post  S. Zulu on Mon Jul 09, 2012 6:30 pm

YodaBonZelda wrote:I think that he's legitimately sorry for what he did. He wasn't thinking about the affect that his actions would cause in the big picture. How did he get a microphone in the first place? Laughing
He D'Bo'd that shit
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