10/03/2012 9:09pm, #21
Forgot James Warring.
10/03/2012 9:32pm, #22
James Warring ssssssuuuuuuuuuuucked.
10/03/2012 9:43pm, #23
Semmy Schilt = Us tall guys have to stick togather
Mark Hunt = because SAMOA! That's why!
Chuck Norris = is he eligible for this list? If Joe Lewis and Bill Wallace can be listed, can't I pick Chuck?
Chuck Liddell = in case one Chuck isn't a valid choice, I'll pick another, because if "sloppy striking form" comes with devastating speed and KO power in both hands and legs, then whats the point of proper form?
Bob Sapp = flame away. Win or lose, Sapp has never been in a fight that wasn't entertaining.
Cro Cop = we'll always have the PRIDE Grand Prix, Mirko.
10/03/2012 9:52pm, #24
10/03/2012 10:38pm, #25
10/04/2012 3:58am, #26
10/04/2012 4:19am, #27
But seriously, a few people mentioned Andy Hug. I consider Mike the better fighter and certainly as entertaining.
The reason this popular opinion irks me is cause I know it stems from Andy's K1 96 GP win. The whole 3 fights in a night-setup is unfair to begin with and... [long rant about the matchmaking corruption for fixed betting purposes and how damaging and unfair that format is to the fighters' health and reputation].
My point is Mike Bernardo is underrated!
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10/04/2012 4:41am, #28
Actually, I should probably also put Yanagisawa down too. He never achieved much in kickboxing and was only hot and cold in MMA, but he went up against the likes of Vitali Klitschko, Mirko Cro Cop, Fedor Emelianenko, Randy Couture, and everyone else.
10/04/2012 4:59am, #29
10/04/2012 7:42am, #30
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