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(Yahoo)   UFC leglock specialist Rousimar Palhares "banned for life" for holding onto a submission one second too long. Repeatedly punching an unconscious opponent to remain acceptable   (sports.yahoo.com) divider line 26
    More: Asinine, Rousimar Palhares, UFC, Palhares, Rousimar, Dana White, B.J. Penn, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Dan Henderson  
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2013-10-11 11:28:37 AM
2 votes:
This is the fourth incident, in MMA, where Palhares held on a submission after his opponent tapped and there is well known one incident from a grappling tournament in 2011. This is also the guy that jumped up on the cage to celebrate, even though the fight wasn't stopped. His manager's statements don't help much either, he basically said that Palhares isn't malicious, just a simple man that has trouble following instructions.
2013-10-11 05:17:19 PM
1 votes:
Hmmm...didn't look too entertaining. I'm sure it was effective, but kinda looked boring. Imagine a whole card ending like that.
White's killing it in the bud.
2013-10-11 04:49:17 PM
1 votes:

hermitage_deux: two words ..  Rhonda Rousey.


/ she tore misha tate's arm to pieces (along with others).. and she's still the golden child of mma.


Doesn't count. Dana said women would NEVER fight in the UFC, so that fight doesn't exist.
2013-10-11 04:11:34 PM
1 votes:
It seemed Marquardt and Barnett were perma-banned for steroids, but both came back.

Sobral was banned for holding a submission too long against Heath, and never came back.

Ricco Rodriguez was pretty much banned for his weigh in tattoo, and never came back.
2013-10-11 03:55:43 PM
1 votes:

NorCalLos: Nightenstaff: The taps before the ref moves in mean nothing. Until the ref tells you to stop, letting up early, no matter what your opponent is doing, just leads to more issues. If this was anyone else, nothing would be said. He didn't crank it after the fact or let go dirty (by twisting it more to let go of the hold) and the time between referee stoppage and release was fairly quick...

... however, this isn't anyone else, it's Rousimar Palhares. He used up all his warnings many fights ago. He was probably warned in the back for an immediate release when it was called for and he probably held it after the fact just to be defiant.

Even with that said, this is Dana White. Lifetime bans are usually measured in the lifetime of a mistreated goldfish.

Haha. There is obviously a lot of truth to this; however, he does seem to be sticking to the Paul Daley ban.


Because Daley earned all of it.  Who else has been banned that he reversed course on?  Tito was pseudo-banned but he earned his way back in by rehabbing his image and relationship with Dana.  Barnett was effectively acquired in the Strikeforce deal(and that was a decade after his title was stripped).
2013-10-11 03:42:27 PM
1 votes:

Nightenstaff: The taps before the ref moves in mean nothing. Until the ref tells you to stop, letting up early, no matter what your opponent is doing, just leads to more issues. If this was anyone else, nothing would be said. He didn't crank it after the fact or let go dirty (by twisting it more to let go of the hold) and the time between referee stoppage and release was fairly quick...

... however, this isn't anyone else, it's Rousimar Palhares. He used up all his warnings many fights ago. He was probably warned in the back for an immediate release when it was called for and he probably held it after the fact just to be defiant.

Even with that said, this is Dana White. Lifetime bans are usually measured in the lifetime of a mistreated goldfish.


Haha. There is obviously a lot of truth to this; however, he does seem to be sticking to the Paul Daley ban.
2013-10-11 02:27:40 PM
1 votes:
The taps before the ref moves in mean nothing. Until the ref tells you to stop, letting up early, no matter what your opponent is doing, just leads to more issues. If this was anyone else, nothing would be said. He didn't crank it after the fact or let go dirty (by twisting it more to let go of the hold) and the time between referee stoppage and release was fairly quick...

... however, this isn't anyone else, it's Rousimar Palhares. He used up all his warnings many fights ago. He was probably warned in the back for an immediate release when it was called for and he probably held it after the fact just to be defiant.

Even with that said, this is Dana White. Lifetime bans are usually measured in the lifetime of a mistreated goldfish.
2013-10-11 02:02:59 PM
1 votes:

MickCollins: It's funny. The UFC was created to showcase the ability of Brazilian jiu-jitsu to beat other martial arts. Now, he UFC does everything it can so jiu jitsu can't be used in it.


And honor is still a part of this martial art.  Rousimar Palhares has none.
2013-10-11 02:02:16 PM
1 votes:

cato113: This is the fourth incident, in MMA, where Palhares held on a submission after his opponent tapped and there is well known one incident from a grappling tournament in 2011. This is also the guy that jumped up on the cage to celebrate, even though the fight wasn't stopped. His manager's statements don't help much either, he basically said that Palhares isn't malicious, just a simple man that has trouble following instructions.


I think the issue is that this isn't his first offense.  It's now a pattern of behavior.
2013-10-11 01:57:04 PM
1 votes:

animesucks: can we retroactively ban dan henderson for trying to murder an unconscious michael bisping?  that was the ugliest moment that i've ever seen in ufc


*youtubes...*

JESUS FARK! I don't watch much UFC (read: next to none) but I would assume something like that would be against the rules.
2013-10-11 01:50:44 PM
1 votes:

mediablitz: cato113: This is the fourth incident, in MMA, where Palhares held on a submission after his opponent tapped and there is well known one incident from a grappling tournament in 2011. This is also the guy that jumped up on the cage to celebrate, even though the fight wasn't stopped. His manager's statements don't help much either, he basically said that Palhares isn't malicious, just a simple man that has trouble following instructions.

I get that he is a repeat offender. I'm just thinking he (or his management) said something after the fight that pissed off Dana.

Let's see what the commission does.


The Commision suspeneded him for 120 days of no contact or competition. I'd say he was in the wrong.
2013-10-11 01:30:04 PM
1 votes:

MickCollins: It's funny. The UFC was created to showcase the ability of Brazilian jiu-jitsu to beat other martial arts. Now, he UFC does everything it can so jiu jitsu can't be used in it.


In a real jiu jitsu match Rousimar would've been allowed to rip the leg clean off, I guess.
2013-10-11 01:26:18 PM
1 votes:

MickCollins: It's funny. The UFC was created to showcase the ability of Brazilian jiu-jitsu to beat other martial arts. Now, he UFC does everything it can so jiu jitsu can't be used in it.


lolwut? The very card in question was headlined by 2 notorious BJJ guys.

Also,  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uh9l58GUZNc
2013-10-11 01:22:27 PM
1 votes:
It's funny. The UFC was created to showcase the ability of Brazilian jiu-jitsu to beat other martial arts. Now, he UFC does everything it can so jiu jitsu can't be used in it.
2013-10-11 01:15:48 PM
1 votes:

mediablitz: justtray: Henderson just dealt Bisping that American Justice.

It was a dirty shot but for the life of me, I can't get upset about it.


I remember watching it live and not only not getting upset, but feeling quite prideful.

I'm glad it's now internet infamous. There was a lot of smack talk leading up to that fight.
2013-10-11 01:01:30 PM
1 votes:
In MMA, the only absolute rule is that once the referee intervenes, the fight ends.  The issue is that Palhares did not let go immediately after the referee intervened.

Comparing this to DHK getting in the extra shot on Erik Silva, the following details matter:

 - DHK got the shot in prior to the referee intervening, Palhares kept the lock going for 1 second.
 - Palhares has an established history of this kind of thing.
 - A locked in heel hook can destroy a man's knee and end a career.  Brain trauma aside, an extra shot like DHK landed probably wont end a career or cause any obvious lasting harm.
 - It does not help that Pierce was screaming and tapping like his life depended on it, and Palhares kept the hold locked in for 2 seconds from when Pierce started tapping.
 - Though I did not see it, what probably pushes this beyond the realm of being acceptable is the report that Palhares knew Pierce tapped and appeared to crank it harder.

END COMMUNICATION
2013-10-11 12:35:09 PM
1 votes:

van1ty: animesucks: can we retroactively ban dan henderson for trying to murder an unconscious michael bisping?  that was the ugliest moment that i've ever seen in ufc

Dong hyun kim did the exact same thing to Erick Silva.

ON THE EXACT SAME CARD AS PALHARES.

Kim got awarded knockout of the night.

Palhares gets banned for life.


Holy crow. I just watched a replay. Kim absolutely hammered Silva. That was much worse than Palhares.

/Not defending Palhares; if he's a repeat offender then ban if you have to. However, what Kim did shouldn't be allowed.
2013-10-11 12:34:28 PM
1 votes:

the biggest redneck here: van1ty: animesucks: can we retroactively ban dan henderson for trying to murder an unconscious michael bisping?  that was the ugliest moment that i've ever seen in ufc

Dong hyun kim did the exact same thing to Erick Silva.

ON THE EXACT SAME CARD AS PALHARES.

Kim got awarded knockout of the night.

Palhares gets banned for life.

Totally different, not even in the same league. We've all seen a thousand instances of a guy going down with wonky eyes and then "waking right up" and sometimes even collecting himself and continuing.

/what Henderson did was vengeance, plain and simple


Yeah but everybody hates bisping so nobody cares.
2013-10-11 12:19:01 PM
1 votes:

van1ty: oh, and one last important one: Drwal went on to fight in the UFC 6 months later, which proves beyond any reasonable doubt that he suffered no injury from that heel hook.


So it only counts if he breaks his leg and ends his career?  That doesn't make sense.
2013-10-11 12:18:02 PM
1 votes:
This was a third offense for Palhares.

It was a good call. The one before this one in particular was awful.
2013-10-11 12:09:28 PM
1 votes:

animesucks: can we retroactively ban dan henderson for trying to murder an unconscious michael bisping?  that was the ugliest moment that i've ever seen in ufc


Dong hyun kim did the exact same thing to Erick Silva.

ON THE EXACT SAME CARD AS PALHARES.

Kim got awarded knockout of the night.

Palhares gets banned for life.
2013-10-11 12:07:42 PM
1 votes:
can we retroactively ban dan henderson for trying to murder an unconscious michael bisping?  that was the ugliest moment that i've ever seen in ufc
2013-10-11 11:59:41 AM
1 votes:
FACT:  People cite the Tomasz Drwal fight as evidence that Palhares holds onto submissions too long.

FACT:  http://www.mmajunkie.com/news/2010/03/tomasz-drwals-x-rays-show-no-fr a ctures-after-ufc-111-loss-mri-results-monday
2013-10-11 11:38:49 AM
1 votes:
Go back and look at the replay. There's a moment after Pierce has tapped for about the 30th time, and after referee Keith Peterson has flung his body onto the two of them to signal the end of the fight. In that moment you can see the flash of recognition on Palhares' face. He looks down at where the referee is lying, at where Pierce is grimacing in pain, and he knows the fight is over. He has to. Then he gives it one more good, inexcusable yank.

Hmmm. I did not notice that before. I think my opinion is changed. This is the second time in the UFC he has done something like this, and really looking at it closely, total shiatbag move.

I hope he stays banned for life.
2013-10-11 11:35:39 AM
1 votes:

cato113: This is the fourth incident, in MMA, where Palhares held on a submission after his opponent tapped and there is well known one incident from a grappling tournament in 2011. This is also the guy that jumped up on the cage to celebrate, even though the fight wasn't stopped. His manager's statements don't help much either, he basically said that Palhares isn't malicious, just a simple man that has trouble following instructions.


I get that he is a repeat offender. I'm just thinking he (or his management) said something after the fight that pissed off Dana.

Let's see what the commission does.
2013-10-11 10:42:57 AM
1 votes:
I'm betting there is more to this behind the scenes than we are hearing.

And let's keep in mind Dana has NEVER, EVER said something in the heat of the moment, only to reverse it later on.

Nope. NEVER.
 
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