Jockey wrote: Kizzo wrote:
Jockey wrote:Maybe I don't undestand because I'm not English speaker, but... why shouldn't Joe interview a KOed fighter? It use to be very interesting to hear what a loser fighter says after a match... And DC should stop crying for once...
They are thinking about the fighter's emotional and psychological state at that moment and thinking about that fighter's feelings at that time. Showing some consideration for the fighter.
Still I don't understand why... Junios dos Santos took two brutal beatings against Cain Velasquez in a row, and he was interviewed after those fights, and he talked as the champion he is and didn't start to cry as a baby. Lots of fighters have been interviewed after being KOed... and now it seems they have to take care about crying DC feelings... Losing is part of the game! What if they do the same in all sports?
Yeah, for some reason people see him as a person that can do or say no wrong. I find it really weird because he seems like a bully to me, a bully that sooks when things don't go his way. In my eyes he a really good fighter, that's about it. He tragically lost a daughter in 2003 in a car accident. I think this has something to do with it.
Jon Jones is obviously a mad man, a real prick that has little to no regard for others but DC's constant attack on his personal character wasn't any better in my eyes. He would have been much better off just leaving all of that out of it by saying nothing other than attacking his in fight behaviour (eye pokes, kicks to the knees etc.). Now all that has come back to bite him on the arse.
This whole grudge match was a train wreck for DC. The interview only made the situation worse for him. Imagine how humiliating the whole thing would be! It's only natural for good hearted people to want to see that humiliation kept to a minimum.
Remember how eloquently Randy Couture spoke after he got KO'ed by Machida in his last fight. Now I realise that DC was badly hurt but Joe gave him a chance at redemption. If he was able to praise Jon and be a little humble he would of made the situation better for himself. Unfortunately, that didn't happen.
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