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July 13th, 2019, 09:52 AM   #41
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Originally Posted by moto vudu View Post
We all saw what happened with Nicky when Pedrosa joined Repsol.

Uh ... Nicky ... won ... the MotoGP championship?
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July 13th, 2019, 01:00 PM   #42
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Originally Posted by Repsol 93 View Post
You'll never see a woman on the MotoGP grid.

that's some fine SJW nonsense

This reeks of the racism of low expectations. It is not the responsibility of whites to "engage" with blacks.

that is the perfect example
You never fail to (intentionally or unintentionally) misinterpret the intent of any post, especially when doing so offers you an opportunity to play rude boy by making some irrelevant comment just for the sake of getting a rise out of someone. That's pretty much the standard modus operandi of all generic trolls.

Try saying something relevant and stop wasting everybody's time.

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July 17th, 2019, 04:11 AM   #43
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Originally Posted by moto vudu View Post
Exactly what percentage is a heap? I said under 5'5" and passionate about motorcycle racing. The black men I've seen that love motorcycle racing and compete in national series are much taller than GP riders.

The first group of female athletes that come to mind is pretty much every female flyweight in pro MMA. They are exceeding the strength of GP riders while being the same size. There are many many more females including crossfitters and other D1 & pro female athletes.

Claudia Gadelha

Michelle Waterson

Tecia Torres

Jessica Andrade

Crossfit women. Name a GP rider that can compete with this.

you dead wrong.

I have sparred with the likes of Claudia and Cyborg.

Any trained man their size or smaller packs a bigger punch/strength whatever.

Are there ripped women? Yes fuck yes, but they will always generally be weaker than a man.

Also you are talking about frikkin combat sports athletes who have trained to be that from a very early age.

Any chick who wants to ride a motorcycle will and would not have lead the same type of life and training.

heck, first come driving and if you are any good at it then you start training for it if that will be of any worth.
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July 17th, 2019, 04:14 AM   #44
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Originally Posted by moto vudu View Post
You keep saying "heap" of people. What percentage is that? You're referring to less than 1% of a population as a "heap".

Yes, even the average American white male is now too big for GP bikes. We all saw what happened with Nicky when Pedrosa joined Repsol.

I call bullshit on GP riders being stronger than the female MMA fighters I mentioned or female crossfitters. I never argued that female athletes can just as strong as male athletes in the same sport. My argument is that the physical strength required to ride a GP bike does NOT exceed what female athletes are capable of. GP riders don't train to get much stronger than what's required to do their job because they don't want any extra mass. That's why female athletes can outperform them in a gym or in a strength/endurance competition.

All your little name calling hoping to drag this into a 4th grade level playground fight is not going to work. You know I know how old you are so it's only entertainment to see a senior citizen resort to that kind of a tactic. Come on p4p1, show us you have an ability to try to support your opinions without resorting to childish insults... try hard.

The fact that you just compared the current MotoGp jockeys to current female MMA fighters is just silly, no offence intended.

Still think marc could arm wrestle every single one of them to the ground apart from weighlifters who weigh 80 or more kilo.
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July 17th, 2019, 07:13 AM   #45
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This whole comparison is ridiculous.
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July 20th, 2019, 04:16 PM   #46
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I don't think we will see a woman riding competitively in MotoGP for a very long time.
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July 20th, 2019, 05:53 PM   #47
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Sure you can have female winners, haven't you heard now you can change your gender to female and win in women sports - if you are not competitive enough in men sports.
In case you need more information ask some SJW, they will explain how to do it.

Since this is Rossi thread ... Rossi may want to change his gender and go into history books as first female MotoGP champion.

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Originally Posted by AJV80 View Post
I think Brad Binder is taking Hafiz’s spot for 2020.
OK not seen that anywhere myself but I'm a bit cut off from the internet most of the time atm.
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Will cal finish the race tho?
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I just watched old races out from boredom. 2015 Sepang and Valencia. O'brother, I even didn't remember all that drama. Now, looking back at Saturday press briefing and Sunday's race in Sepang I'd say Rossi started a war and the defeat in all fronts was devastating and humiliating. The way he was provoked to behave on the track did him great deal of damage. Sure enough, I believe firmly Marc was playing with him and was rather pesky doing it - but Marc didn't break any rules. It worked and Rossi fell for it. And then in Valencia Rossi had a snowball chance in the hell to finish higher than 3rd. Marc was in control, he wanted JL to win and Rossi be 3rd or worse and there was noone around who could have anything to do about it. If in doubt look how he put Pedrosa in place when he started threatening the top spot. Now I understand why Rossi was so bitter for so long, still is. This defeat must have gone deep under his skin.
Who was this racer who said lets be friendly, no need to add personal motives to the fight on the track. Smart fella, Rossi probably wishes he would have been that smart in 2015 ...
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