Fedor vs Bigfoot II - who win today

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  1. tehMoose

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    Fedor by KO
     
  2. aerius

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    I'd say better than 50% chance of this:

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  3. RoninJin

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    The Fedor we loved has long died. That guy would brawl,sprawl, flipped, wrestle, grapple, GNP, and submit.

    What we have now, is someone who just brawl and get knocked out doing it.
     
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    It would be like when Fedor fought Tim Slyvia: fans expect the Stainiac's reach to be a factor, Fedor gets inside quickly and does his thang.
     
  6. Sando

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    Fedor would win. Sure, they are both way over the hill, but there is a huge difference between them. Fedor is 6-4 in his last 10, which includes all of his losses and the lowest point of his career. At this point it seems like Fedor might end his career in a respectable manner.

    Bigfoot is 1-8 (1) in his last 10, and it only seems to be getting worse... He's basically name value cannon fodder for the regional circuit in Russia now.

    That said, it is sad to see how much Bigfoot was affected by the removal of the TRT exception, but he was also the person that got the most out of it as well.
     
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    I had heard when Fedor signed with Bellator that he had a fight commitment with some Russian promotion to do Fedor/Bigfoot 2. Not sure whatever came of that. It might still happen.
     
  8. fromTheAshes KoSkater

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    Listen noob dont talk about the Wasteland or your thread will be WASTELANDED.

     
  9. Mixfight

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    Fedor by KO.
     
  10. Mixfight

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    According to Sergei Kharitonov, Fedor is officially retiring after the Bellator GP.
     
  11. PancraseForever

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    Stipe isn't even that good lmao... Barnett (if he can get a takedown) and Cormier would be worse matchups probably.

    Also Bigfoot would easily win because he would instantly be back on infinite amounts of steroids if that match ever got made.
     
  12. Hellhammer84

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    Fedor would take him out fast at this point. Poor old Bigfoot seems to be in a bad place now as far as his ability to take anymore punishment
     
  13. PancraseForever

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    "TRT" AKA synthetically enhancing testosterone levels to above the normal human range. Which is what all athletes convince their doctor to replace them to (like 1200 ng/dl, the top of the range that almost nobody ever reaches even in puberty, or often above that, depending on the doctor).

    Nobody is getting "TRT" to give them levels of 500 ng/dl I can promise you that.
     
  14. Franklin U.

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    Hey pal- I used the operative words " and whatever else"
    pay attention and keep up---- also trt may have different effects on people when taken off(that's just common fucking sense )
     
  15. Gerald Ford

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    I would love to see the rematch where they both get super jacked on sarms and lift fuckin heavy for like 6 months.. both roll into the cage like rabid Lesnars, fucking sweating testosterone, veins popping out everywhere... I’d pay for that
     
  16. Phrozenspite

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    that's the thing i always noted. that it seemed like people were using it to get levels that very few healthy people in their athletic prime could attain, nevermind someone in their mid-late 30s. I could see if they were lower than average for their age and they needed to top up to an average(which I think bigfoot silva might because of his other conditions... but he takes it too far)
     
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    If he legit needs it then he shouldn't be fighting
     
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    And also people forgett that the "TRT" is used to mask all the other roids theyre using since everyone on trt will test positive for artifical testosterone. Just to put it on a scale overeem had 14:1 epitestosterone ratio, on the extrem side jones hitting the insane 53:1 ratio thru the use of https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chlorodehydromethyltestosterone or turinabol so hes blasting 53 times the androgen amount than the highest peaks obeserved in humans. Also that steroid has an detectable time of Max 4-6 hours so, he blasted 6 hours before the fight, so he cant even be a day without a large dose of roids. And the supplement excuse shouldnt count since turinabol needs to be taken every 4 hours to even build up to the amount that they found in jones sample. That should explain to you all why all these guys also get popped for Choriongonadotropin(Lesnar,Jones,Sonnen,etc...) since thats used if your infertily and or cant get a bonner even with viagra. And i dont buy the supplement excuse since its pretty clear if in a bodybuilding forums everybody gets hyped about supplement xyz because it works like steroids, everybody with to braincells knows there are roids in it, and if they cant get that we need an iq test in all tested competition. I think if someone says the supplement excuse, he should be instant baned for life, 3x times the normal sentence. That said its absoulutly fine for them to juice in an competition where steroids are allowed.
     
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    I don't have Fedor beating heavyweights, I do however have him beating Bigfoot. Bigfoot is so slow, stiff and fragile...I think Fedors speed and power would be way too much for him.
     
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    wouldnt suprise me if Fedor came back one more time for a fight against Crocop. would be a huge payday for both.
     
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