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Do you know the guy personally? Just curious.
by Bayou Tribe » Sun Feb 03, 2008 12:38 am
Chris Lytle vs. Kyle BradleyRound 1Chris Lytle came out and absolutely smoked Kyle Bradley in just 33 seconds of the first round. Bradley tried to get off first with a hard punch, which Lytle countered with a right hook. A right hook followed. And another. Bradley tried to retreat and cover but Lytle was right on top of him, unloading with shots until referee Yves Lavigne stepped in to save Bradley. After Lavigne separated the fighters, the still-dazed Bradley pulled guard on Lavigne and tried to punch, but the referee defended himself and subdued the groggy fighter.
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by Bayou Tribe » Sun Feb 03, 2008 9:16 pm
Chris Lytle is such a nice guy. He made it a point to seek me out after the fight in the dressing rooms. The NSAC had a representive follow him around because they werent sure what he was looking for me for. But his intentions were all good. He finally caught up with me in the doctors quarters as I was getting stitches. He shook my hand and let me know he understands how tough it is losing is such a fashion. He let me know that he watched alot of flim on me and was really impressed with my standup and how exciting I was. He told me he was going to personally talk to Joe Silva and plead my case for getting a shot at my own weight class with some time to train. I really respect the guy a ton. I know he is a family man, and I wanted for him and myself to go out and put on a great show and get a shot at the bonus (60k for each fighter involved in fight of the night.) Our styles would have made a good case for that reward had I lasted. And so I listened to him while getting stitched and apologized to him for not getting that chance for the bonus, and told him I was truly embarrassed. And then he said, "you'll be back in the UFC at 155 bro. trust me." I just smiled and said, "Yeah maybe in a few years."
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