Posted On:11/26/2011 6:03pm
Style: Chinese Boxing
OMG...how can any of you not mention Jeremy Horn? Technically Shonie Carter too. Don't forget Dan Severn.
Posted On:11/26/2011 6:54pm
How about Butterbean? He'll fight common colds if there's an audience and a payday involved.
Posted On:11/26/2011 7:01pm
Butterbean is more of a side show fighter. Not to discount the guys skill but the truth is the truth.
Posted On:11/26/2011 7:04pm
Originally Posted by Tranquil Suit
Originally Posted by doofaloofa
Posted On:11/26/2011 7:05pm
Style: Hung Gar, Choy Lay Fut
Originally Posted by Holy Moment
Gary Goodridge- He earned a second name as the "Gatekeeper" back when he was fighting in Pride. I like him because he's experienced just about every era of MMA. He got his start in the early UFC events, was a cock-grabbing champion in Brazilian Vale Tudo, acted as a gatekeeper during the hayday of Pride and K-1, and has continues to fight in America following the sport's explosion of popularity (Including on an Affliction card).
Unfortunately, he's suffering from brain damage nowadays, something we'll probably see more of in future generations of MMA fighters. Especially from fighters who keep plying their trade despite getting knocked out 34 times.
I'll always be grateful for
"Child's play!!!! Whoooooooo!!!!! "
Thud thud thud....
Posted On:11/27/2011 4:41pm
Style: Muay Thai
Aww man, that sucks. Well, it wasn't the best decision to keep fighting on such a KO streak either.
Seanbaby on Gary:
Related to thread: http://www.cracked.com/blog/7-terrib...er-be-equaled/ #4
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Posted On:11/27/2011 4:51pm
Chuck Wepner, even thou he started out as a contender. He later became a stepping stone. Plus, given his training regime and life circumstances, I think he qualifies as a Journeyman.
Props for gutting it out to the end against Ali.
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Posted On:11/27/2011 10:01pm
Style: Over substance
Posted On:11/27/2011 10:08pm
Posted On:11/27/2011 10:49pm
Style: BJJ, Boxing, Muay Thai
Man, Dan Severn had a seminar in my gym the other week. It was only $25 to train with such a legend. It was like grandpa came and taught us some MMA for wrestlers. Then he mentioned he had already 3 fights lined up for 2012. He will just fucking fight.
What about Wes Sims?
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