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    I have to say he did have an exiting stile, always attacking even in the price of getting hit himself..


    maybe evading stronger opponents for freak shows like Hong or Schilt. I know it is a busines and especially show business. I just think they took a very good fighter, and through selective choosing gave him a winning streak while successfully avoiding fighters that would put him down.
    Ah yes, freak show Semmy Schilt, who after losing to Fedor in mma, only managed a draw with universally-known-to-be-a-pushover Ernesto Hoost in K1 that year, and later became (tied w/ Hoost as) the most decorated K1 GP champion in history (four GP wins, including 3 in-a-row). What a freak. He can't even be the absolute best kickboxer in the world more than 4 times. Anyone can beat Badr Hari, LeBanner, Bonjasky, Hoost, Hunt, Feitosa, Sefo, Mighty Mo, peter Aerts etc in a little striking game. Who even lets him lace up his gloves?
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    We need to remember he is only 35, how come he started loosing all of a sudden when pitted against top fighters?
    Yeah, c'mon everyone, after twelve years of competition against some of the best heavyweights the world has to offer, while being smaller than most of them, why would he have lost a few fights? And the fact that Dan Henderson beat him despite being smaller is a solid argument, because Fedor's career has taught us that the bigger guy should always win!
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    Fedor is an example of a great fighter and how a champion should be respectful, humble and honorable

    My favorite fighter along with Bas Rutten. My only concern is the brain damage he may suffer and the symptoms after such a long career

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    Fucking awesome fighter, great career. Good time to retire. Always nice to go out on a win.
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    It's not as if Henderson is dwarfed by Fedor or anything. Fedor weighed in 15 pounds heavier than Henderson, but Late Career Fedor had been getting noticeably flabbier as his career progressed, making them more or less equal in the size-to-power ratio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by karma2343 View Post
    Yeah, c'mon everyone, after twelve years of competition against some of the best heavyweights the world has to offer, while being smaller than most of them, why would he have lost a few fights? And the fact that Dan Henderson beat him despite being smaller is a solid argument, because Fedor's career has taught us that the bigger guy should always win!
    Forrealz. Those guys that beat him aren't any good. That's why they aren't in the UFC or anything.
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    Ah yes, freak show Semmy Schilt, who after losing to Fedor in mma, only managed a draw with universally-known-to-be-a-pushover Ernesto Hoost in K1 that year, and later became (tied w/ Hoost as) the most decorated K1 GP champion in history (four GP wins, including 3 in-a-row). What a freak. He can't even be the absolute best kickboxer in the world more than 4 times. Anyone can beat Badr Hari, LeBanner, Bonjasky, Hoost, Hunt, Feitosa, Sefo, Mighty Mo, peter Aerts etc in a little striking game. Who even lets him lace up his gloves?
    Yes, you are right, being a great striker makes you great in MMA.. and you forgot about the giant Hong.. did you? or wasn't that a fucking freak show? Schilt is a huge and great Kickboxer how the **** does that make him good in MMA??? it is a freak show like Randy vs the black boxer Tonny something.. dude smarten up your argument.
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    You kind of contradict yourself, you say he beat bigger people but than you say it shouldn't matter.. which is it? And a lot of them were jokes like the giant Hong or Semi. the moment he faced really good fighters even lighter fighters he not just lost he got his ass handed to him. And you can't say it is because of age like in the case of Randy for example. 12 years compiting is a long time true, most of the greatest fighters out there have that under their belts. Are you claiming that age is a factor or maybe an injury? He sure as hell didn't
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    age, training regimen, injuries, motivation.
    what else do you want?
    he got beaten at the end of his career, like all of them.
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    You do know the UFC bought everyone do you. Besides i didn't say he lost to bad fighters i said he is overrated. Bigfoot dominated him easily and though he is good, he is no real contender to be the champ.
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