5/10/2007 11:12pm, #11
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My initial thoughts:
Japanese orgs prefer the ring to the cage. Off the top of my head right now, I can't think of an org that uses a cage.
Ferriss claims to vanquished 4 world champions in MMA. Which ones?
Sherdog does not list him.
The official K-1 Japanese site doesn't list him.
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5/10/2007 11:31pm, #12
This is how he claims to have gained 34 pounds of muscle in four weeks. Its relevant because he provides his high school weight and a later weight this gives a rough idea of what weight class he may have fought at professionally. I am pretty surprised however that he would have gotten into muscle building AFTER he left competitive fighting.
5/11/2007 12:16am, #13
Have you tried...asking him? Better to hand him the noose than force him up the scaffold, IMO.
5/11/2007 12:20am, #14
A couple other people are trying to track down a competitive record for Mr. Ferriss. If they find one I will print it here. If not I will contact Mr. Ferriss next week for his comment.
5/11/2007 12:25am, #15
Ok, but you realize that there are gyms that have cages and former champs that train at'em. He could've tapped out 4 former champions in sparring. That would be almost impossible to falsify, unless you speak Japanese or somebody at the gym speaks English, and you can find a phone #, and feel like spending hours on the phone to Japan.
5/11/2007 7:58am, #16
Originally Posted by Samuel Browning
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5/11/2007 8:00am, #17
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5/11/2007 9:43am, #18Originally Posted by Cracky McSlugHoot
5/11/2007 9:46am, #19
Since he told one blogger he was a "world champion cage fighter" he's asserting that he's done competition in the cage, not simply sparring at his school.
5/12/2007 4:47am, #20
Have you asked the blogger to make certain that he said "Champion" and not "I beat champions"?