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This is forum gold. 15 years from now when people start waxing nostalgic about the Mocco, Metcalf, and Nickerson threads we can walk down memory lane and reminisce about PD2 defending his son's revenge porn.

Hey chingadingalingaling...do you have a real name; if so, are you man enough to post it?  Come on, big mouth...forum-up here, big dog.   That goes for the rest of you closet queen trolls on here, as well. 

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What's really laughable is that none of you creeps hiding behind your screen names have the nuts to say the stuff  that you do to my son's face, or, to mine.  You're all pathetic weasels living behind a monitor.  Ask ANY coach that has ever had Patrick on his team, who was hardest worker in the room, who was the toughest, who was the alpha male, who made the rest of the team tougher, better and more competitive.  The ISU room was soft and he didn't even want to be in it. That's right...I said it..that room wasn't good enough for him...especially after he sacrificed himself the prior year for them; so he went to train with Ben Provisor...a true, genuine, wrestling real bad ***.   Dresser wanted him to apologize to those scrubs....not happening.  They owed HIM an apology for being a bunch of lay-downs who cared less about winning...he wanted no parts of that ****.  I hope he finds a home where the staff, the room and he are on the same page...BEING BAMFs and WINNING!!!

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What's really laughable is that none of you creeps hiding behind your screen names have the nuts to say the stuff  that you do to my son's face, or, to mine.  You're all pathetic weasels living behind a monitor.  Ask ANY coach that has ever had Patrick on his team, who was hardest worker in the room, who was the toughest, who was the alpha male, who made the rest of the team tougher, better and more competitive.  The ISU room was soft and he didn't even want to be in it. That's right...I said it..that room wasn't good enough for him...especially after he sacrificed himself the prior year for them; so he went to train with Ben Provisor...a true, genuine, wrestling real bad ***.   Dresser wanted him to apologize to those scrubs....not happening.  They owed HIM an apology for being a bunch of lay-downs who cared less about winning...he wanted no parts of that ****.  I hope he finds a home where the staff, the room and he are on the same page...BEING BAMFs and WINNING!!!

 

According to his own words in a podcast I listened to after he got kicked off the ISU team he wasn't even showing up to practice for long periods of time and was playing pickup basketball instead.  Tough to be the hardest worker in the room if you're not actually in the room.

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According to his own words in a podcast I listened to after he got kicked off the ISU team he wasn't even showing up to practice for long periods of time and was playing pickup basketball instead.  Tough to be the hardest worker in the room if you're not actually in the room.

The room was depressing...roommates training together and just going thru the motions; trainers trying to tell him what hurts the healing rib and what doesn't.  Sometimes, you just gotta do what's best for you.  Apparently, it worked...he did beat Dean.

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