Posted On:11/17/2004 3:54pm
Style: shido/ streetfighting
I have to go with Batman! This guy can get out of any situtation when the trouble is looking bad. He can jump from high buildings like your average Free Runner and... Ok it will have to be maybe Ernie Reyes jr or Cung Le.
I will never forget one day on espn when ISKA needed a fighter to fill a spot on a kickboxing show and Ernie Reyes jr. accepted the challenge.
He K.O. a kickboxer in like five seconds with one kick.
I like Cung Le because we both fight the same, by using moves that everbody says does not work, but we make them work. Also Cung Le can slam anybody, do you see the height on those slams!
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Posted On:11/17/2004 4:29pm
Style: TKD, BJJ
Jeremy Horn... not the most exciting fighter, but I think he's severly underrated.
Posted On:11/18/2004 1:09am
Style: MuayThai,Igo Ryu Jiujitsu
Kazushi Sakuraba for imo for being the p4p best fighter in his prime and hidehiko yoshida because I'm a judo fanatic.
is a Godd*mn Federale!
Posted On:11/18/2004 1:13am
Style: Clinchology: Judo & MT
I'm gonna jump on the Sudo bandwagon, because he's about my size and just so damn entertaining.
And Jens Pulver because he hits like a truck.
Rudy Reyes > Bear Grylls
Posted On:11/18/2004 1:19am
Duane Ludwig for King of the Ring 3 and Gladiator Challenge 1 (or whichever one was against that WC guy).
Cro-cop for keeping striking alive in MMA
You're a scrapper, I like that."-Ronin69
Posted On:11/18/2004 1:41am
Posted On:11/18/2004 2:26am
Style: Muay Thai
damn how did i forget sudo. his fight against masato (he won that btw, crooked fucking judges) was one of the most entertaining fights ive ever seen. my top 5 then-
cro cop and silva are imo the "purest" strikers in pride... cro cop is like someone from a video game with one super cheap move. if he was in street fighter people would mash that kick so bad :D
Injury Waiting To Happen
Posted On:11/18/2004 4:31am
Style: Snatch Wrestling
Akira Maeda, because without him there'd never have been any RINGS, Pancrase, Shooto, Pride, etc...no return to reality among Japanese wrestlers...and therefore far fewer Japanese fighters today IMO and very little interest in MMA in Japan.
As far as my favourite to watch, Vitor Belfort.
Co-Founder, Retired Admin
Posted On:11/18/2004 5:01am
Style: BJJ, Karate,
This guy is hands down the biggest fruitcake in MMA. He's got talent oozing out of him but he's a space cadet if I've ever seen one. Every time he interviews you cant tell what the **** he's looking at because it sure as hell isn't the camera or his interviewer. Usually its somewhere in the stands towards the ceiling it appears. Plus he started blubbering uncontrollably after he bitch smacked Matt Hughes.
Ken Shamrock would be a close second because, somewhere along the line, he forgot that he left the WWF and that he's no longer in chacter. Its both sad and funny to watch.
"All warfare is based on deception." -Sun Tzu, ca. 400BC
Reverse punch Kiaii!!!
Posted On:11/18/2004 5:03am
I have to mention Tank Abbott as well. What other fighter can walk into the ring with a belly like that and collect a paycheck? Besides Ricco Rogriguez of course.
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