James Toney talks about Randy Couture, Boxing vs MMA and much more

Posted on August 23, 2010, 06:28 AM by Anton Gurevich
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  • zgerman
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    Couture fought every1 there is and has been there since pretty much the beginning hes like 50 and still fighting cant say hes not a legend

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  • Akordas
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    Its so hard to understand Toney....

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  • doberman
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    Congrats on graduating 2nd grade English class(with a D- )

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  • talkaboutmma
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    i could have easily spelled everything right, but i dont want to waste my time for people like you. im sure you know what i mean fat ass

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  • Jamie Kennedy
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    roy nelson vs james toney - battle of the bellies - now that would sell

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  • Jizzle11
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    I dislike that guy as a host and now I dislike him as an interviewer. I'd hate to be interviewed by this guy

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  • JaytheBrit
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    i think he done alright in this interview its hard to actually get a guy like toney to answer a question with out him goin on how randys a bum ect ect

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  • UndefeatedOfWest
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    I have to admit, toney made a valid point about the hall of fame thing...

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  • moots
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    MMA is a very young sport. Boxing has been around forever, same with Basketball, Baseball, etc. If MMA wasn't such a fresh and developing sport I would agree more with Toney but I really think it is fair to call Randy a legend being that he helped so much to develop MMA.

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  • comonson
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    TELL THEM AGAIN!!!!!!! i dont know why ppl are weaking your comment cause its true. you have to retire before becoming a legend, but we all know couture would have become a legend when he retired anyways

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  • JaytheBrit
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    he did retire and then he come back

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  • UndefeatedOfWest
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    I'm not disagreeing with any of you. Just saying he made a valid point. Out of all the worthless shit he has been talking about (which is just mainly trash talk to promote the fight). This one he can actually have a legit argument about.

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  • Hit2Hurt
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    It is a valid point but what people of that opinion don't understand is that in the UFC hall of fame, it's not about how many fights and how many wins you have. It's about what you have done in this sport. And considering Randy is a 5 time world champ, and didn't start competing till he was like 34, that is a lot of what makes him a legend. And the opponents that he has faced over the years. His 18 wins are a lot more impressive than a lot of guys that may have 40 or 50 or more wins, because of the competition that he has faced. He may not be the best in the world at his weight right now. But he's a legend and a hall of famer because he is the natural.

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  • STIX
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    Why are they still interviewing this punch drunk retard. Toney is a fat chump, no one will fight him in his sport because no one will pay good money to see the fat turd fight any more. I'm sick of this asshole I hope randy kills him.

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