Nganou would murder Fedor | Page 15

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  1. AimedWithV Wound in the Force

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    Great, you just ignored my request for the info.

    You're a liar. Fedor WAS NOT -1100, apparently.
     
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  2. MCS ALL the shots (off the bench)

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    Let's see how he deals with Stipe's volume, cornering and wrestling first. Fedor was faster and threw more than Stipe, and was a beast in the clinch.
     
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  3. DayV Blue Belt

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    Your knowledge of MMA history is pathetic.
    This is authentic historical document and original evidence and opinion of MMA public and media from that historic time, and it holds more value than your opinion.


    Actually, Fujita was in 5 years period 2000 - 2005 practically a stabile top 10 HW fighter.


    I have made an anlysis of Fujita based on genuine data and evidences from original historic times, and some of you have to invest much more time and effort to learn about MMA history, and forget your wrong personal views and opinios based on lack of knowledge, inability to understand proper historc context, mixing times and analogies, and on prejudice.


    Stephen Quadros Top 10
    Last Updated Monday 12-25-00


    1. (tie) Mark Coleman
    1. (tie) Igor Vovchanchyn
    2. Randy Couture
    3. (tie) Kevin Randleman
    3. (tie) Pedro Rizzo
    4. Kazuyuki Fujita (Japan) - Decision "win" over Gilbert Yvel. Stopped Ken Shamrock (Pride X). Shocked the world with a dominant victory over Kerr. Durable.
    5. Heath Herring
    6. Renato Babalu
    7. Mark Kerr
    8. Josh Barnett
    9. Gilbert Yvel
    10. Pete Williams
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    Stephen Quadros Top 10
    Last Updated Friday 6-1-01

    HEAVYWEIGHT 205 lb and up (93 kg and up)

    1. Mark Coleman
    2. Igor Vovchanchyn
    3. Rodrigo Nogueira
    4. Randy Couture
    5. Kazuyuki Fujita
    6. Heath Herring
    7. Pedro Rizzo
    8. Semmy Schilt
    9. Valetijn Overeem
    10. Tra Telligman
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    Mixed Martial Arts Media Top 10
    August, 2001

    Heavyweights - 205 lbs. and up (93 kg and up)

    1. Mark Coleman 150
    2. Randy Couture 136
    3. Pedro Rizzo 116
    4. Igor Vovchanchyn 107
    5. Heath Herring 100
    6. Rodrigo "Minotauro" Nogueira 94
    7. Josh Barnett 53
    8. Kazuyuki Fujita 52
    9. Mark Kerr 20
    10. Tra Telligman 19
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    Fightsport
    January 2002

    1. Minotauro Rodrigo Nogueira

    2. Randy Couture
    3. Heath Herring
    4. Pedro Rizzo
    5. Josh Barnett
    6. Mark Coleman
    7. Igor Vovchanchyn
    8. Ricco Rodriguez
    9. Mario Sperry
    10. Kazuyuki Fujita

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    MMA News
    Last updated: May 4, 2003


    Heavyweight (200 - 265 lbs.)
    1. Emelianenko Fedor
    2. Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira
    3. Josh Barnett
    4. Tim Sylvia
    5. Heath Herring
    6. Ricco Rodriguez
    7. Wesley Correira
    8. Gan McGee
    9. Frank Mir

    10. Kazuyuki Fujita
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    MMA Fighting
    July 2004

    Heavyweight
    1. Fedor Emelianenko- 288 points, 24 1st Place Votes
    2. Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira- 240 points
    3. Josh Barnett- 178 points
    4. Mirko Cro Cop- 123 points
    5. Frank Mir- 109 points
    6. Sergei Kharitonov- 104 points
    7. Andrei Arlovski- 86 points
    8. Tim Sylvia- 58 points
    9. Kazuyuki Fujita- 44 points
    10. Kevin Randleman- 37 points
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    MMA Fighting
    March 2005


    Heavyweight

    1. Fedor Emelianenko- 320 points, 25 1st Place Votes
    2. Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira- 254 points, 1 1st Place Vote
    3. Mirko Cro Cop- 238 points, 1 1st Place Vote
    4. Andrei Arlovski- 167 points
    5. Sergei Kharitonov- 140 points
    6. Frank Mir- 129 points
    7. Josh Barnett- 84 points
    8. Kazuyuki Fujita- 61 points
    9. Heath Herring- 53 points
    10. Aleksander Emelianenko- 34 points

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    Associated Fight Press - Fightsport
    June 30, 2006


    1.) Fedor Emelianenko Russia
    2.) Rodrigo 'Minotauro' Nogueira Brazil
    3.) Mark Hunt New Zealand
    4.) Mirko 'Cro Cop' Filipovic Croatia
    5.) Fabricio Werdum Brazil
    6.) Sergei Kharitonov Russia
    7.) Josh Barnett USA
    8.) Alexander Emelianenko Russia
    9.) Tim Sylvia USA
    10.) Kazuyuki Fujita Japan

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  4. DaPunkMinowaMan #Pancrase[1990s] / Rings / Vale Tudo[1920s-80s]

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  5. JBJISGOAT Green Belt

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    LOL God damn HW was weak as fuck back in the day. Holy Shit, Gan McGee was ahead of Fujita lolz!!!

    Thanks for pointing out how terribly shallow that division was for years!!
     
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  6. DaPunkMinowaMan #Pancrase[1990s] / Rings / Vale Tudo[1920s-80s]

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    You´re damn right.

    Pb is, u cant spend too much time arguin´with pure morons like Smegma. Real waste of time.

    These Fedor threads are the worst since they attract ´tards like him.
     
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  7. markg171 Silver Belt

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    Jeez, impatient much?

    He was -1100, and Fujita was +600.

    https://www.tapology.com/fightcente...fedor-emelianenko-vs-kazuyuki-ironhead-fujita
     
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  8. DaPunkMinowaMan #Pancrase[1990s] / Rings / Vale Tudo[1920s-80s]

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    JBJis gonna JBJis...
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  9. JBJISGOAT Green Belt

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    Gan McGee > Fujita

    Enough said, division was weak as fuck back during that time. Sorry I go by facts and you go by dumb memes because you have no argument. Try again!
     
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  11. 91 seconds Disposable Hero

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    I love Fedor buts it's apparent his greatness should have its own sub forum. Throw the g.o.a.t talk in there too, the two would fit nicely together.

    The reason I say this is because the guy is over a decade out of his prime but the haters can't resist talking about him. He's their greatness measuring stick whenever a new guy comes along.
     
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  12. DaPunkMinowaMan #Pancrase[1990s] / Rings / Vale Tudo[1920s-80s]

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    ahahahahahahahahha..

    u´re right, mate... I dont waste arguments with noobs. I only laugh at them

    AHHAHAHAHHAHAHHA
     
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  13. JBJISGOAT Green Belt

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    And I only go by facts, which I previously stated. Gan > Fujita. Enough said.

    Gross though, why am I engaging with a peasant known shit poster troll like yourself?

    Done with you though breh.
     
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  14. hugemmafan22 Blue Belt

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    Fedor has no where near the wrestling or takedowns of Blaydes.
     
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  15. BeyondPostal Green Belt

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    HAHAHAHAHA nice thread TS... you don't know wtf you're talking about... Fedor was skilled WHERE EVER the fight took place... Ngannou, is too one dimensional.

    Prime Crocop would have TRASHED Ngannou

    Roided Overeem would have TRASHED Ngannou

    We need to see more of Ngannou, how he deals with a skilled grappler etc.. If he rolls though Cain V, stipe and fabricio werdum.. then you can be closer to compare with the great Fedor.
     
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  16. Typrune Goatley Brown Belt

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    Hahaha!!!!

    Try again!!!!

    Gan McGee was only ranked high because he beat Pedro Rizzo in the UFC.

    Rizzo then went to PRIDE where he was KO'ed brutally by Kharitonov and Zentsov.

    McGee went to PRIDE himself after that and lost to Heath Herring and Semmy Schilt.

    Fujita more than likely would have taken McGee down and molested him. Fujita was a high level wrestler.
     
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  17. Typrune Goatley Brown Belt

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    Fedor was a national judo team member and world Sambo champ. The only guys Fedor did not take down were Coleman and Randleman, two much higher level wrestlers than Blaydes, and yet Fedor still reversed them both on the mat.

    Fedor also has the striking to set up the takedown. He might not even look for the takedown though. Ngannou might crumble as soon as he is assaulted in close quarters by a barrage of hooks.

    We don't know much about Ngannou's grappling. He has only been training it for about 4 to 5 years so I am guessing he is quite a bit behind most other HWs in that field.
     
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  18. Typrune Goatley Brown Belt

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    At least Fedor beat Fujita, despite getting rocked and that was Fedor's 3rd fight in only 4 months.

    GSP fought an even lesser ranked fighter in his first defense, Serra(a lightweight), and when he was rocked he ended up tapping to strikes.
     
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  19. Bubblun Brown Belt

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    Holy shit, the Fedor Defense Force is still fighting for their hero, like real keyboard warriors.
     
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  20. JBJISGOAT Green Belt

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    Cool story. At least GSP beat everybody he has faced! At least GSP has more top 5 wins than any other MMA fighter EVER.
     
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