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7/10/12 3:22 AM
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caseharts
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Don't do two or more. The point is fighting to pick one and living with it. And this changes over time.

I'm going with benson Henderson.

He epitomizes what I think a fighter should be. Fights with out any second guessing of himself. Polite, respectful and hold himself well in the public eye. And c'mon that hair beeep Phone Post
7/10/12 3:24 AM
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 Can it be a retired fighter?
7/10/12 3:24 AM
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the islander -  Can it be a retired fighter?
Yes. Any MMA fighter. Not boxing that would unleash a shit storm. Phone Post
7/10/12 3:28 AM
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Nick Diaz.

I go with Nick Diaz because he comes to fight. He is, to me the most exciting fighter to watch perform. Phone Post
7/10/12 3:31 AM
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caseharts - 
the islander -  Can it be a retired fighter?
Yes. Any MMA fighter. Not boxing that would unleash a shit storm. Phone Post

 grrrr.. why you gotta go and say that 


Oh and Mirko
7/10/12 3:33 AM
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nightkap
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Spider...the man is the most prolific striker ive ever seen. You never know how hes gonna finish a guy...you just know its gonna happen!! GOAT Phone Post
7/10/12 3:36 AM
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Probably Royce Gracie. He was amazing.
7/10/12 3:37 AM
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MdGeist
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Takanori Gomi. I became a devout MMA fan around the time he was dominating Pride and was widely considered to be a top 3 lightweight in the world.

It was his switch stance, heavy right hand style and the way he would corner guys in the ring and force them into a slugging contest that I always thought was awesome about Gomi.
7/10/12 3:38 AM
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KrzyBnzJnz
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Anderson Silva


He makes the best in the world look amateur. Phone Post
7/10/12 3:39 AM
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Lyoto Machida
7/10/12 3:40 AM
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slugshot331
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Anderson because no one can do the things he's capable of doing. His reflexes, timing, and precision are beyond belief. Phone Post
7/10/12 3:40 AM
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dannyapodaca
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Anthony Cox. He's my son Phone Post
7/10/12 3:42 AM
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Tim Boestch: Ginger Viking Gorilla Throw.
7/10/12 3:44 AM
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CDarwin
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Fedor Emelianenko.

Because of his sweaters.
7/10/12 3:44 AM
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Ben Smooth'd Out My Butthole
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I gotta go with Shogun. Been a fan since i watched him destroy Gono in Pride and most recently put on the FOTY against Hendo. Will always be my favorite fighter win or lose. Phone Post
7/10/12 3:46 AM
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Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira, because..he's Big Nog, the most heart I've ever seen and one of the best legacies in the sport. Phone Post
7/10/12 3:47 AM
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Dan the Man Henderson, why you ask? because he is all americana. These colors dont run baby!
7/10/12 4:10 AM
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Frankie Edgar. Ever since his comeback in the Maynard fight. That was the first fight i really said oh shit out loud. Then when he finished him in the 3rd. Just awesome. Seems a good guy too. Phone Post
7/10/12 4:14 AM
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Kazushi Sakuraba.

1st of all I think in his prime he was the BEST P4P fighter EVER and would beat ANYONE under 205 lbs.

And 2nd...I forget who,but someone on the UG had the best line I have ever heard regarding a MMA fighter.

They said... "Watching Sakuraba fight was like watching a scientist fighting monsters."

And it WAS.




Saku39 forever.
7/10/12 4:25 AM
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OBgrappler
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Genki Sudo,

He was just so creative and talented in his fights. I loved his work ethic when it came to flashy entrances. I loved him wearing a crazy kung fu suit in a fight. He also had a mentality of world peace which I enjoyed.
7/10/12 4:26 AM
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the_fight_observer - Nick Diaz.<br><br>I go with Nick Diaz because he comes to fight. He is, to me the most exciting fighter to watch perform. <img src="/images/phone/apple.png" alt="Phone Post" border="0" style="vertical-align:middle;"/>


+1

Difficult this, but watching Diaz fight is magic, he can do anything, hope he comes back.
7/10/12 4:26 AM
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Erik Tracey
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Stefan Struve. I didn't really get into MMA until around TUF 3, so I really didn't get to see any of the all time greats on their prime. My first Mirko experience was him getting head kicked into oblivion.

But since then the only fighter I truely get upset when they lose has been Stefan. Call me crazy lol Phone Post
7/10/12 4:28 AM
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Twister Trent
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Jose Aldo, his style is like one we've never seen before. Unbelievable speed, and possibly the most powerful leg kicks we've seen in MMA, all coming from a featherweight! Phone Post
7/10/12 4:29 AM
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MdGeist
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Shaq Attack - what years were sakurabas prime?

Well he had a good win streak (with the exception of his loss to Igor following his hour and a half fight with Royce Gracie) from 97' through 01' when he lost the first time to Wanderlei.
7/10/12 4:29 AM
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Sakuraba's prime was from '98 to '01. He was still great after that, but Wanderlei took alot out of him. In '02, he was playing with "Nino" Schembri like the Saku of old, but then got shockingly tko'ed...that was when we knew he wasn't the same and probably couldn't be the same again.
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