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r u kidding me. hockey is a better sport. u dont like another player? beat the shit out of them. that and ufc and motorsports are all im n2
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o also there is new tfc(team fighting championship) thats pretty ba. and ive never liked wrestling, but hoodslam makes me laugh, on purpose though!!
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My friend's wife who is from Japan is a huge 49er's fan. Does that count even though she lives here now?
Posted 10/22/15
we got rugby. i did hear a few months back that they were bringing the game over here and creating teams but i never followed the story.
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I have no idea why they decided to play in Wembley when the RWC is still going on.

At least schedule it to a date after the conclusion of the RWC.
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Posted 10/22/15

bobland wrote:

I have no idea why they decided to play in Wembley when the RWC is still going on.

At least schedule it to a date after the conclusion of the RWC.


when does RWC end?
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geauxtigers1989 wrote:


bobland wrote:

I have no idea why they decided to play in Wembley when the RWC is still going on.

At least schedule it to a date after the conclusion of the RWC.


when does RWC end?


October 31st.
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bobland wrote:



October 31st.


Scheduling the games later could be problematic. The NFL probably doesn't want teams to give up home games late in the regular season when they might be vying for a playoff spot.
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geauxtigers1989 wrote:


bobland wrote:



October 31st.


Scheduling the games later could be problematic. The NFL probably doesn't want teams to give up home games late in the regular season when they might be vying for a playoff spot.


tbh I have no idea how the NFL works. Don't really follow it.
I just know that the Super Bowl is in my "backyard".

There's a NFL game in Wembley on the 25th, the same day that Argentina play Australia in the RWC semifinal.
NFL game is at 13:30 local, RWC semifinal at 16:00 local. Both events are in London.
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Nobody watches it in Australia.
Half of Australia love our own Australian rules football (AFL), the other half loves Rugby.
I guess rugby is similar.
And then there is soccer, which used to be very unpopular here but it seems to keep on getting more and more popular.
All the immigration and i guess Australia qualifying in the last few world cups has made it popularity sky rocket. But most AFL fans dont like soccer.
I think alot of mums prefer their kids to play soccer instead of AFL becasue it is safer.

OOps getting off topic
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Posted 10/24/15 , edited 10/24/15
I am not a fan of sports but occasionally, I would watch Champions League matches (I am talking about UEFA) and I never miss World Cups and I am also excited about next year's Euro! The only American sport (more like an entertainment!) I sometimes enjoy is WWE. However, I don't watch it anymore because it feels really boring now. I miss the old WWE!
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American Football is almost unknown to people when I lived in Colombia. People have heard of it, but they just don't get it. That being said any of my friends who have visited the US from there who I have taken to a football game seemed to have enjoyed it. In terms of knowing anyone from there who watches it on TV I don't know anybody. To me, it seems like the NBA and MLB have a much bigger international following than the NFL because it is competing with Soccer viewership.
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I'm from 'Murica and it bores me.
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Dariamus wrote:

To heck with football, never could stand the sport.

I'll vote for Bloodbowl

Was this an actual videogame?
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