Comments for: Shorey blends athleticism, showmanship for MMA victory

Posted April 15, 2012, at 3:35 p.m.
Last modified April 15, 2012, at 5:40 p.m.

BIDDEFORD | Derek Shorey fancies himself both an athlete and an entertainer. He revealed the athletic side during his high school days at Foxcroft Academy, playing football and winning the 112-pound Class C wrestling state title in 1998 — by beating his brother Dustin, then attending Penobscot Valley of …

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  •  An “athlete and an entertainer”..sort of like professional “wrasslers”. This stuff is one step above “Fight Club” and Tough Man competitions for strip club doormen/bouncers. Give me the ‘sweet science” of boxing anyday.

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    • Anonymous

      These guys would chew a boxer up and spit him out…….
      Boxing is a dead sport.

  • Great article guys!!

  • Anonymous

    And they don’t allow pit bulls or rooster fights..  How about these football players wearing helmets coming up with concussions and brain damage later in life. Can’t image this a an allowable sport.

    • Anonymous

      Dont watch it then.

      • Anonymous

        I do not watch it!!   Only have to read about in the BDN.

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