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    Who will win?

    I'll say Mas "Godhand" Oyama wins by Death

    No one can beat Oyama, not even the great Kimura

    There's ONLY ONE person who stands a chance, that is the genius of Bruce Lee...if speedy Bruce can manage to flick a finger into Mas Oyama's eyes then he can win.

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    Oyama in his prime would be my pick.

    Grappling would go to Rickson but Oyama was a grappler too so it would be intresting. If it went to blows OYAMA hands down.

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    Kimura could choke Oyama if he managed not to get hit.

    As for Rickson, he would fall easily to either.

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    Rickson has more experience than Oyama OR Kimura. When Kimura was 40 he fought to a draw against Waldemar Santana. Carlson Gracie DESTROYED Santana. A few times. Rickson at a comparable age fought and defeated Funaki, a man who is more well rounded than either of them. A man who has fought and beaten Frank Shamrock, Ken Shamrock, Bas Rutten, Minoru Suzuki and countless others. Hes also a black belt in Kyokushin.
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    Reverse punch Kiaii!!!

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    >Kimura could choke Oyama if he managed not to get hit.

    Kimura and Oyama were friends and trained together at times. Kimura said he couldn't beat Oyama.



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    Kimura OR Oyama would of killed Funaki

    Ask Funaki himself, I bet he'll agreed

    Carlson Gracie fought and defeated Santana 4 times and DRAW two time...

    He also had more time to fight Santana than Kimura did

    Carlson AVOIDED Kimura

    No one say that Funaki is anywhere near Kimura or Oyama's Legendary status...
    Legendary Mas Oyama and Mas Kimura were not just another fighter...both were EXTREME at their Art, the best EVER! Funika is not the best ever in anything nor is he undefeated like Oyama and Kimura...

    Peedee, one more question concerning your accuracy...Why do you think Kimura can beat Sakuraba when you think Rickson can beat Mas Oyama?

    Logical Anaysis: Sakuraba who is very likely able to handle Rickson, and you don't think Sakuraba can handle Kimura...and Kimura say that he can't beat Mas Oyama

    So if Sakuraba can beat Rickson and Kimura can beat Sakuraba an Mas Oyama can beat Kimura, isn't it likely that Oyama will beat Rickson?

    Come on now Peedee...I thought you were ranked by the USCF at 2216 in Chess?





    Edited by - alter7nate on November 20 2002 08:04:40

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    Sak would never beat Rickson.

    Rickson should of fought him and shown everyone how good he really was.

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    Sak vs. Rickson would be an awesome fight!! Rickson in his prime would probably beat Sak, but that's no disrespect to Sak. It would be close.

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    No one knows how good Oyama is. There is just too much myth. There are even stories of Oyama losing to the creator of Yi-quan and again to a Chen style Taichi oldman. If Oyama kill a bull with a karate punch then surely he will kill Rickson with a punch. But how come Oyama's best students who outweight him by 100lbs does not even have half of his power? Vanderli Silva knocked out a top ranked Kyokushin legend in 1min and 13 seconds in Pride Shockwave.

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    Ask and ye shall recieve:

    http://www.mcdojo.com/dl_info.asp?id=69

    This is the video of Oyama vs the Bull.

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