MMA BEST POUND FOR POUND FIGHTER

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Best pound for pound fighter

Poll closed Aug 21, 2009.
  1. Anderson Silva

    31.5%
  2. Georges St Pierre

    68.5%
  1. cswfighter

    cswfighter New Member

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    This is constantly debated lets see what cage says.
     
  2. NeonImpact

    NeonImpact New Member

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    GSP without a doubt :cool:
     
  3. Shalashaska

    Shalashaska Neither Enemy Nor Friend OT Supporter

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    gsp, if there was an actual 185 gsp (im aware he can go up but if the 170 was actually 185 is what i mean) he would dominate silva by his ground game and wrestling ability and would be champion. now as for the 170 going up to 185 to challenge silva....is gonna be something cuz gsps takedowns are so good along with his wrestling ability...damn, he just MIGHT win. he does have a chance for sure.
     
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  4. RMarks

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    Where's my choice for Miguel Torres?
     
  5. cswfighter

    cswfighter New Member

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    Does not count, look at any pound for pound mma rankings he is not even top 3 .
     
  6. checkii

    checkii ฝรั่งตาน้ำข้าว

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    the whole concept of a pound for pound ranking is idiotic in nature. It's just fodder for an argument that cannot be debated on anything other than opinion.
     
  7. RMarks

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    :hsughw:

    Are you fucking kidding me? 37w - 1l, and somehow he doesn't count?
     
  8. Khaaz

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    No Machida no care
     
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    ITR06 OT Supporter

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    no Fedor no care
     
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    GreatDeceiver OT Supporter

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  11. The Ripper

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    anderson, he fights at two weight classes and has been super dominant since he has fought in the UFC. GSP had those two hiccups where he should have won.
     
  12. tkluu

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    although his record shows he should be a top p4p, his last 2 fights have been very competitive and close

    GSP and Silva dominated their competition and barely got touched, I think GSP/Silva lost 1 rd total in their last 4 fights

    GSP-Alves, Penn, Fitch, Serra
    Silva-Hendo, Franklin, Irvin, Tavares

    while Torres has won his 2 fights, he took a lot of hard shots and lost a few rounds
     
  13. CRaiNK

    CRaiNK ЧЕМПИОН

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    GSP quoted on Off The Record that Fedor is #1 P4P.
     
  14. floppycheif

    floppycheif dirty boxing

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    You poll is broke there's no fedor
     
  17. Gogoplata

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    Aoki and GSP have beat the most top 10 opponents in the past 2 years.

    Anderson and Fedor just beat whatever guy is put in front of them.
     
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    OnionPeel New Member

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    In your guys opinion what's the toughest weight division?

    I think it would be either light heavy weight or light weight
     
  19. checkii

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    205 has a ton of elite level fighters.
    155 has a ridiculous amount of gatekeepers.

    2 very different types of "tough"
     
  20. alkalinesolo

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    1. Fedor
    2. GSP
    3. Torres
    4. Machida
    5. Silva
     
  21. Atmosphere

    Atmosphere PURPLE DREAM

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    Thats jiujitsu



    MMA id say....


    bj penn

    i dont think anyone at 155 could beat bj penn
     
  23. Ghost of Swayze

    Ghost of Swayze Ofcourse you mad

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    Jens Pulver disagrees
     
  24. THE LIOG

    THE LIOG EVVVVVVVVEERRYYOONNNNNNNE EEEEE

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    I agree wholeheartedly with this
     
  25. darkjedi

    darkjedi Muay Thai expert

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    Best P4P striker in MMA = Anderson
    Best P4P MMA fighter = GSP
     

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