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    Quote Originally Posted by mhs189 View Post
    Up to this point it has been possibly sheer size. However, if he defeats Fedor along with other mma greats as Fedor did, you can no longer say it was just size that got him his victories. Perhaps we should bring over another giant to the UFC to see if Lesnar can handle it. Perhaps Lesnar needs to be put up against Kimbo Slice to see if he can win using actually MMA/BJJ skills instead of just his gnp. Perhaps.
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    Kimbo seems like a nice guy why would you want to do that to him? Also wrestling is an aspect of mma just as much as bjj is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by p-jersey View Post
    Kimbo seems like a nice guy why would you want to do that to him? Also wrestling is an aspect of mma just as much as bjj is.
    for real mhs, whats up with that? are you that much of a sadistic, heartless bastard?
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    I like Kimbo a lot and would love to see him in the UFC. I just don't want to see him maimed or injured. I'm not sure what could be done against that if his opponent was Brock Lesnar.
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    hahaha, I was basically just trying to say to put Brock in the cage with another large, strong fighter with that same basic gnp/brawling style. Maybe not neccesarily Kimbo as he isn't exactly the caliber of Lesnar at this point and moreso just a backyard brawler.
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    Quote Originally Posted by p-jersey View Post
    Adolf come on you and a lot of other people were picking sylvia to win that fight. Sylvia was still a top ten ranked heavyweight at that point.
    for the past 3 years the best HWs have been in the UFC and Fedor is still in his athletic prime, basically fighting UFC drop outs. To be fair, Arlovski was still competitive in the UFC but I seriously doubt he would have gotten past many of the new heavy hitters in the UFC now (Gonzaga, Carwin, Kongo, Lesnar, etc.).

    To be the greatest fighter of the current time, Fedor needs to fight in the UFC. The next batch of HWs from TUF will, in time, be setting the bar for the new HW stars. If Fedor isn't competing against them he cannot be considered the best anymore.

    Simply put, in one time Fedor was the best but as time goes on, his refusal to fight in the UFC causes him to lose that ranking which is what M-1 is entirely built around. Stupid.
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    Bottom line, the UFC, the alleged evil dictators of MMA, have attempted to reach a deal. They've tried to compromise, moving on several of M-1/Fedor's demands. We have seen no evidence, at all, that Fedor/M-1 has even offered to compromise...anywhere. Bravo, ZUFFA.
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    Yeah, at this point, there's not much more Dana could offer to Fedor without giving him the whole org
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