Musquin Says No To Des Nations

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8/4/2017 11:36 PM

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8/4/2017 11:42 PM

Ok, I'm just going to join Kkawboy

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8/4/2017 11:50 PM

I wonder if he will get as much shit as Tomac.

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8/4/2017 11:51 PM

Shocker!

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8/4/2017 11:57 PM
Edited Date/Time: 8/4/2017 11:57 PM

Dan-The-Man wrote:

I wonder if he will get as much shit as Tomac.

No. Everybody knows his knee needs to get fixed.

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8/5/2017 12:09 AM

line-up wrote:

No. Everybody knows his knee needs to get fixed.

I thought he said it didn't need surgery and was not as serious as first suspected. Judging by the last 4 motos, it doesn't appear to be bothering him.

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8/5/2017 2:02 AM
Edited Date/Time: 8/5/2017 2:03 AM

Dan-The-Man wrote:

I wonder if he will get as much shit as Tomac.

line-up wrote:

No. Everybody knows his knee needs to get fixed.

Dan-The-Man wrote:

I thought he said it didn't need surgery and was not as serious as first suspected. Judging by the last 4 motos, it doesn't appear to be bothering him.

Meniscus tears are wired man....

I tore mine in 07 when my ACL severed. They touched it up, then 6 years later it tore while walking and flipped over on itself (bucket handle tear) and made it impossible to walk. I could work my knee around and get it to lay back flat and be totally functional for a few weeks until it flipped again - including racing. Finally though it got so bad, I couldn't get the meniscus to flip back straight and had to have another surgery.

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8/5/2017 2:09 AM

Don't take it for granted but sources said it's Febvre/Paulin/Ferrandis.

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8/5/2017 2:46 AM

That's a lot different to saying no.

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Cheers, Crush
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8/5/2017 4:18 AM
Edited Date/Time: 8/5/2017 4:19 AM

He's injured and needs to get fixed up so he can keep racing in the future and function normally after racing. It makes sense.

France has a stacked team without MM anyway, they have nothing to be afraid of.

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8/5/2017 4:43 AM

Crush wrote:

That's a lot different to saying no.

Agreed. No sense taking a real risk of ruining things for the 2018 series for Marv.

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8/5/2017 5:08 AM

That's to bad, he has been the best French Rider since 2009. This year he has looked better than ever. With him gone it sucks even more that the USA top riders will not be there, MM would have tipped the French team massively in their favor. As it is they will still be the team to beat.

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8/5/2017 6:31 AM

Doubtful he would have made the French team.

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If you don't crash alot you just ain't going fast enough, Danny

8/5/2017 6:55 AM

Yep wrote:

Doubtful he would have made the French team.

Seriously just go away....nobody wants to hear what you have to say...your continuous bashing of anything to do with American MX and its racers is getting old...you're nothing but a troll...maybe you will get an opportunity to come back as someone else again soon....

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8/5/2017 7:02 AM

Yep wrote:

Doubtful he would have made the French team.

Which French riders are more successful per GP results, I.E. wins/Titles. Last time I checked he won 2 world titles in a row as well as 14 GP wins those years... Febvre and Paulin surley have more GP wins considering all the races they have entered... but they don't.

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8/5/2017 7:28 AM

line-up wrote:

No. Everybody knows his knee needs to get fixed.

Dan-The-Man wrote:

I thought he said it didn't need surgery and was not as serious as first suspected. Judging by the last 4 motos, it doesn't appear to be bothering him.

MxKing809 wrote:

Meniscus tears are wired man....

I tore mine in 07 when my ACL severed. They touched it up, then 6 years later it tore while walking and flipped over on itself (bucket handle tear) and made it impossible to walk. I could work my knee around and get it to lay back flat and be totally functional for a few weeks until it flipped again - including racing. Finally though it got so bad, I couldn't get the meniscus to flip back straight and had to have another surgery.

Agreed. Tore mine in 07 as well. I was able to do everything normal for a long time with pain only once in a while. Then late 2011 it got to the point of sharp pain like someone was stabbing the inside of my knee every time I rode. The finally scheduled my surgery and sewed it all back up.

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8/5/2017 9:36 AM

Yep wrote:

Doubtful he would have made the French team.

DonM wrote:

Seriously just go away....nobody wants to hear what you have to say...your continuous bashing of anything to do with American MX and its racers is getting old...you're nothing but a troll...maybe you will get an opportunity to come back as someone else again soon....

Although there is some truth to what he says given the French picks and recent history

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8/5/2017 11:09 AM
Edited Date/Time: 8/5/2017 11:15 AM

Edit:looked at results from previous years and retract previous statement...get back to 100% for A1 Musquin!

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8/5/2017 11:11 AM

line-up wrote:

No. Everybody knows his knee needs to get fixed.

Dan-The-Man wrote:

I thought he said it didn't need surgery and was not as serious as first suspected. Judging by the last 4 motos, it doesn't appear to be bothering him.

MxKing809 wrote:

Meniscus tears are wired man....

I tore mine in 07 when my ACL severed. They touched it up, then 6 years later it tore while walking and flipped over on itself (bucket handle tear) and made it impossible to walk. I could work my knee around and get it to lay back flat and be totally functional for a few weeks until it flipped again - including racing. Finally though it got so bad, I couldn't get the meniscus to flip back straight and had to have another surgery.

Yea, weird. Don't know much about knee injuries, mine have always been good. The rest of me not so much.

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8/5/2017 11:17 AM

Yep wrote:

Doubtful he would have made the French team.

DonM wrote:

Seriously just go away....nobody wants to hear what you have to say...your continuous bashing of anything to do with American MX and its racers is getting old...you're nothing but a troll...maybe you will get an opportunity to come back as someone else again soon....

He's been under several names. In this case I'm not sure Marvin would have been chosen but yeah this trolls motives behind his posts are clear. I think Marvin in his current form would be a better choice than Paulin or Febvre especially at Matterly but no matter what the French have a strong team.

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8/5/2017 11:22 AM

Sucks for Marv and France, but I think this was pretty much expected. Luckily for them Febvre is starting to get back to where we he should be, and it softens the blow quite a bit. I still make them favourites. If they go with Ferrandis the team is probably stronger that it was last year

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8/5/2017 12:34 PM

MxKing809 wrote:

Meniscus tears are wired man....

I tore mine in 07 when my ACL severed. They touched it up, then 6 years later it tore while walking and flipped over on itself (bucket handle tear) and made it impossible to walk. I could work my knee around and get it to lay back flat and be totally functional for a few weeks until it flipped again - including racing. Finally though it got so bad, I couldn't get the meniscus to flip back straight and had to have another surgery.

I'm going through the same exact thing right now. Surgery is set for the 31st. I never actually did anything to it. It just kinda came apart and started locking my knee up.

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8/5/2017 12:53 PM

France still have a solid line-up compared to USA though.

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8/5/2017 1:25 PM

loop out Larry wrote:

Ok, I'm just going to join Kkawboy

If a couple more top guys opt out.....this race will be nothing!

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8/5/2017 1:56 PM

I'm expecting to see Paulin Febvre and Paturel as the team this year.

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8/5/2017 2:05 PM

Is Marvin racing the usgp then?

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8/5/2017 2:18 PM

IMO, it does take away France's odds from winning and evens up the teams a bit for a closer and better event. Febvre wouldn't even be able to see Marv's roost this year if they raced against each other

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8/5/2017 2:18 PM

Yep wrote:

Doubtful he would have made the French team.

DonM wrote:

Seriously just go away....nobody wants to hear what you have to say...your continuous bashing of anything to do with American MX and its racers is getting old...you're nothing but a troll...maybe you will get an opportunity to come back as someone else again soon....

ATKpilot99 wrote:

He's been under several names. In this case I'm not sure Marvin would have been chosen but yeah this trolls motives behind his posts are clear. I think Marvin in his current form would be a better choice than Paulin or Febvre especially at Matterly but no matter what the French have a strong team.

Yeah I know he was The Source among others....probably MXDouche's alter ego...

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8/5/2017 2:19 PM

France has a solid team and he is injured. Get well soon Mr. Smooth!

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8/7/2017 8:55 AM

Yep wrote:

Doubtful he would have made the French team.

Park Boys wrote:

Which French riders are more successful per GP results, I.E. wins/Titles. Last time I checked he won 2 world titles in a row as well as 14 GP wins those years... Febvre and Paulin surley have more GP wins considering all the races they have entered... but they don't.

Last time I checked, Febvre had a MX1 World title and 11 MX1 wins..

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