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Świetny artykuł Mike'a Schiavello o wielkim Andy Hugu

Discussion in 'Forum MMA' started by Dyrma, Feb 3, 2011.

  1. Dyrma

    Dyrma BAMMA
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    Michael Schiavello - kontrowersyjny komentator HDNET (K1, DREAM, Sengoku, MFC, KOTC i wiele innych) - od pewnego czasu zamieszcza na stronie HDnet felietony swojego autorstwa.
    O ile można dyskutować nad jego umiejętnościami komentatorskim to nikt nie podważa jego dużej wiedzy i pasji do sportów walki. Australijczyk ma niesamowitą zdolność narracji, z której bije owa pasja i wiedza.

    W poniższym felietonie Mike pisze o największych sukcesach Szwajcara jak i przybliża wydarzenia z feralnego sierpnia 2000 roku.
    Tu kilka fragmentów, reszta w linku
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    In the ensuing months Hug engaged in two other fights of far greater significance than any in the ring. In July 2000 he divorced his wife Ilona and at the beginning of August learned that he was suffering leukemia. But Hug wasn • t prepared to let the disease get the better of him. He posted the following message on the internet for his fans with the view that he would beat the disease and prove yet again that anything is possible:


    Dear fans, I think that you will be shocked when you will hear what state of health I am in. When the doctor told me about it, it was an enormous shock even for myself.



    But I want to inform you about my state of health so that I can fight together with you against the illness. This illness is the most severe opponent of all my fights. But I will win. As if I would stand in the ring I will get power from your cheers and beat this strong opponent. Unfortunately I will not be able to fight at the tournament in October. I will fight against this illness in Japan and one day I will appear again with you. Let • s keep it up.







    At the beginning of August 2000 Hug suffered more than 39 attacks of high fever as leukemia began to ravage his body. On August 15 his Swiss personal physician found a swollen tumor on the left side of Hug • s neck and declared it malignant. On August 19 in Tokyo, Hug was rushed to hospital after suffering more feverish attacks.







    The doctors diagnosed leukemia and began chemotherapy immediately. They also warned Hug that due to the heart and circulation problems he had suffered for a while, the chemotherapy treatment might in fact adversely affect his condition.



    The doctors • warnings proved true when, after starting chemotherapy, Hug suffered hemorrhaging of the brain and inflammation of the lungs (pneumonia) combined with extreme fever. His body showed all the signs of acute leukemia: purple spots, digestion pipe bleeding, eyeball bleeding, urinary tract bleeding and genitals bleeding.







    On August 22, Kancho Ishii visited Hug at Tokyo Hospital.



    • I • ll try to fight it out. But if I die, I want to die in Japan, • Hug said.



    • Don • t think foolish things, •
    Kancho Ishii responded. • You must win and come back to the ring. If it is one or two years, I will be waiting for you. •




    Hug looked up at Ishii, as best he could with bloodied eyes, and said, • I love you Kancho •
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    On August 23 Hug fell into a coma and was placed on a life support system. While in the coma his heart stopped twice • but Hug fought through. When his heart stopped a third time, on August 24, there was no coming back.



    Hug couldn • t beat God • s own three knockdown rule.



    Peter Aerts, one of Hug • s closest friends and toughest rivals on the K-1 circuit, rushed to Tokyo hospital upon hearing of Hug • s sickness but was too late. By the time he arrived Hug was dead. Aerts, a three time K-1 World Grand Prix winner, and once labeled the most dangerous man alive, broke down and cried.




    http://www.hd.net/blogs/2011/01/andy-sadly-the-life-death-of-a-modern-day-samurai-michael-schiavello/
     
  2. steyr

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    Ja tam lubie styl jego komentarza. Jak sie Juras latwo podnieca i wydziera to wszystcy pieja z zachwytu a jak Schiavello to juz nie. Inna sprawa ze nie ogladam specjalnie duzo walk z jego komentarzem, jakby postawic go na miejsce Goldberga czy Rogana moze przestaloby mi to pasowac. Jednak na dzien dzisiejszy go lubie, z nim kazda walka to jak najwazniejszy event w historii :)
     
  3. Mort

    Mort Żołnierz Chrystusa

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    O w kurwę! Lubię to, dzięki, pierwsze słyszę o Andym..
     
  4. Dyrma

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    Ja osobiście też wolę jego manierę komentowania niż to drewno z USA pt "komentarza z analizą" rodem z NFL, NASCAR czy NBA (staty + brak emocji + tanie żarty). To jest dobre dla ciecia ze środkowego zachodu, ale w Europie i Australii obowiązuje inne podejście oparte na budowie emocji u widza.



    Zresztą Mike ostatnio o tym mówił na Sherdogu i ja się z nim zgadzam, bo to dobre dla bardzo wąskiej grupy fanów jak i dla nakręcających swoje ego redaktorów z USA aspirujących do "analizy" rodem z czolówki yahoo o NBA i NFL.



    Wolę po zaś tysięczny "Dobranoc Irenko" z niesamowitym impulsem emocjonalnym w głosie.
     
  5. Lucifer oO

    Lucifer oO EFC Africa
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    Ten komentarz o trzech knockdownach od boga najlepszy.
     
  6. donpawelek

    donpawelek Oplot Challenge
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    Mocny artykuł. Uwielbiam gościa.
     

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