Did he say go back to columbia and get some more coke?
Yes he did and that could be deemed predujice...
nah columbia has some goooood coke
Cause all Colombians use cocaine, AMIRITE?!
lol no, cause Melvin used cocain!
Thats a dirtbag comment to make towards Melvin.
Gracie started this whole exchange and then he turns it un-professional.
Gracie has lived the life of a monk apparently and should be canonized as St. Gracie any dat now.
i know weed are coke are totally different, but its kinda like kids in glass houses shouldnt throw stones. im a big diaz fan, but Gracie cant call out melvin for his drug use, when diaz does similar
Screw this guy .. he is just living off the Gracie name.
Had 1 pro fight in his life in 2006 ... lost it to an over-the-hill Ken Shamrock.
If he didnt have the Gracie last name he would have half as many students and no one would ever know about him.
He is a disgrace.
frank shamrock, and hes one of the best coaches in all of mma and he even took the fight when he was old, and who the **** are you? and what have you accomplished in yourlife to criticize cesar gracie
Six's point, is that gracie shouldnt be talking shit about greg jackson being so "in-experienced" when gracie himself has had ONE mma fight and was KTFO in under 30 seconds!
Jackson vs Gracie, would be the ultimate of all time in lay n pray "action"
Cyborg "wasn't" hurting Diaz with those leg kicks? LOL!!! With all due respect to Gracie, he needs to go back and watch that fight. Cyborg "more" than had Diaz's attention with those kicks. Those were some nasty kicks, man and my own PO ...is that they were doing a lot of damage and that Cyborg's only real mistake was going to the ground.
Either way, it was a solid fight. The whole card, actually, was a solid. Good for StrikeForce.
Comments on Greg Jackson - the greatest coaches of all time, sucked at the sports they coached in. One does not have to be great at something to be a great coach or a great student of the game. In regard to GJ directly, it is obvious that he knows his job and his craft; all one has to do is look at who is on his roster and the success that he's had. I think Vince Lombardi, Scotty Bowman, Pat Riley, Tom Laundry et al, would be more than impressed with Graig Jackson's ability to coach.
He does have a point about Miller though. Why the should Diaz move up to fight a guy who's not even up for title contention in his own division?
Ceaser Gracie is so chills.