Discussion in 'OT Bar' started by Atmosphere, Nov 25, 2005.
I would assume that being a pound for pound strongest would mean that they are at least the best in their division. I think BJ Penn would take this, followed by matt hughes.
err...meant brute strength, like how rampage can pick up people like rag dolls and barely works out, and how hughes can lift people up whenever he chooses
pound for pound strongest, maybe hughes
I'm also going with Hughes
wouldn't Penn be above hughes though?
penn isn't as strong as people like hughes
brute strength? penn has good muscle stamina if anything, but he isn't inhumanly strong
I would love to know how much he benches/squats/deads
hahaha. Richard Sandrak vs Matt hughes next fall.
yes my guess would be hughes
lifting weights wise tank abbott is pretty strong he benches 600 pounds and weighs 250 pounds thats nearly 2.5 times his own weight.
dont know about his other lifts tho.
Gotta be Hughes with Jackson not far behind.
meant in the ring where it's applicable
Hate to jump on the bandwagon, but definately Hughes.
Rampage. just because of his natural strength
Can you tell me what natural strength is?
rampage barely works out, if at all, yet he's the king o' slam
how do you know he doesn't work out?
and lifting weights isn't the only way to gain strength. That's why I find it funny when you guys are saying he's the strongest pound for pound because he slams people with "natural strength"
Nothing makes sense about that.
was just explaining "natural strength"
still, i was asking who's the strongest pound for pound for applicable strength in the ring
read it somewhere
A lot of people's lifestyles give them a rediculous amount of strength such as farmers and other people that do manual labour on a constant basis.
i.e. Matt Hughes although he lifts as well.
I really don't think that Rampage is as strong as he is without doing any kind of activity that would improve his absolute strength. He may not lift weights, but he may do something else that could be comparable such as some GPP on a frequent basis.