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Old 07-06-2012, 07:54 PM   #16
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Better opponents to loose to than the cans Ryo Chonan, Daiju Takase, or Joaquim Ferreira.
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Yeah, 8 years ago bruh.. About as far back as Fedor's most notable wins.
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Old 07-06-2012, 07:59 PM   #17
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Exactly.

He got careless after so many years, got a doctor stoppage at one, a freak and early stoppage in the other, and a sub from a grappling champion on the other.

The bums you speak of, well both Rizzo and Monson were both UFC belt contenders. If its good enough for in their peak UFC fighters to fight past their prime Pride fighters then theres nothing wrong about Fedor (who is past his prime himself) fighting past their prime top UFC fighters.

Both Monson and Rizzo has beaten many top fighters themselves, more than many current top UFC fighters. Monson has beaten Mark Kerr, Sergei, and even beat Roy Nelson. Rizzo on the other hand has beaten Coleman, Barnett, Andrie Arlovski, Monson, Goodridge, and Shamrock.
Careless? Then how do you explain getting punched out twice after a submission loss??

Rizzo and Monson.. They ain't shit now.. You know it, and I know it.

They are not amongst the best in the world, period. Rizzo hasn't won a fight of any substance in almost 10 years.
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Old 07-07-2012, 05:42 AM   #18
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Your the type who cares what everyone else thinks.. BobDigi? He don't give a f.

Big Nog, Cro Cop, Sylvia and Arlovski? That was in another era, almost light years ago.

He couldn't even handle UFC contenders in Werdum and Bigfoot Silva
UFC contenders? He fought them in SF. They moved to the UFC after the acquisition of SF. Either way your point as usual is a poor strawman. Fedor has beaten 5 former UFC heavyweight champions. He also has a glittering career outside of MMA being one of the most decorated heavys in the history of combat sports. He also went undefeated for close to a decade. When you can find ANY other heavy that comes close i'm sure you'll be there to let the board know.
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Old 07-07-2012, 07:17 AM   #20
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UFC contenders? He fought them in SF. They moved to the UFC after the acquisition of SF. Either way your point as usual is a poor strawman. Fedor has beaten 5 former UFC heavyweight champions. He also has a glittering career outside of MMA being one of the most decorated heavys in the history of combat sports. He also went undefeated for close to a decade. When you can find ANY other heavy that comes close i'm sure you'll be there to let the board know.
Werdum and Bigfoot are UFC HW contenders anyway you slice it, and both fights ended within 2 rounds. Let's not forget Hendo knocked his ass out, so that makes 3.

He then left American soil for lesser competition.

So after beating 5 former UFC champs, Fedor was stopped by 3 UFC contenders
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Old 07-07-2012, 07:18 AM   #21
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ATG HW for sure, but a wide gap between #1 Anderson Silva and #2 Fedor.
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Old 07-07-2012, 07:20 AM   #22
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Werdum and Bigfoot are UFC HW contenders anyway you slice it, and both fights ended within 2 rounds. Let's not forget Hendo knocked his ass out, so that makes 3.

So after beating 5 former UFC champs, Fedor was stopped by 3 UFC contenders He then left American soil for lesser competition.
Irrelevant as your point apart from being pedantic is also fallacious. The fact you actually believe you have a point when Fedor lost in the twilight of his career is a clear indication that you haven't got the faintest idea what you're talking about which effectively makes you a troll. Like i said when you can find me ONE heavyweight who has a comparable record to Fedor il be more than happy to discuss your moot points.
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Old 07-07-2012, 07:22 AM   #23
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ATG HW for sure, but a wide gap between #1 Anderson Silva and #2 Fedor.
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Old 07-07-2012, 07:38 AM   #24
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Irrelevant as your point apart from being pedantic is also fallacious. The fact you actually believe you have a point when Fedor lost in the twilight of his career is a clear indication that you haven't got the faintest idea what you're talking about which effectively makes you a troll. Like i said when you can find me ONE heavyweight who has a comparable record to Fedor il be more than happy to discuss your moot points.
Hendo is 40 years old (not to mention 6 years older) and also in the twilight of his career.. He knocked his ass out.
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Old 07-07-2012, 07:43 AM   #25
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Hendo is 40 years old (not to mention 6 years older) and also in the twilight of his career.. He knocked his ass out.
Ahh that argument. How quaint. 6 years older aye..You're on to some sound logic there buddy. Any other revelations you care to share with the board?
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Old 07-07-2012, 07:46 AM   #26
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Ahh that argument. How quaint. 6 years older aye..You're on to some sound logic there buddy. Any other revelations you care to share with the board?
I got 3 UFC contenders for your 5 former champs..

That's right, two men in the twilight of their careers.
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Old 07-07-2012, 07:52 AM   #27
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I got 3 UFC contenders for your 5 former champs..

That's right, two men in the twilight of their careers.
No stupid those fights happened in SF. Iv already told you that once so keep up. Secondly where's the heavyweight with the comparable record to Fedor that iv asked you twice for already? And i'm just going to ignore your ridiculous age comparison as that's the usual 1 + 1 maths you see in the General Forum. O by the way here's a couple of Fedor's accolades to keep you busy:

Bronze 2008 St. Petersburg +100 kg
Gold 2007 Prague +100 kg
Gold 2005 Prague +100 kg
Gold 2002 Panama City +100 kg
European Sambo Championships
Gold 1997 Tbilisi +100 kg
Russian Sambo Championships
Gold 2012 Moscow +100 kg
Gold 2009 Kstovo +100 kg
Gold 2008 St. Petersburg +100 kg
Gold 2007 Ulan-Ude +100 kg
Gold 2006 Ulan-Ude +100 kg
Gold 2005 Kstovo +100 kg
Gold 2002 Moscow +100 kg
Bronze 2000 Orenburg +100 kg
Bronze 1998 Kaliningrad +100 kg
Men's Judo
World Cups
Bronze 1999 Sofia Liberation A-Team -100 kg
Bronze 1999 Moscow International Tournament -100 kg
Russian Judo Championships
Bronze 1999 Kstovo Open
Bronze 1998 Kstovo -100 kg

Mixed martial arts
PRIDE Fighting Championships
PRIDE World Heavyweight Championship (One time; Last)[111]
PRIDE 2004 Heavyweight World Grand Prix Champion[111]
Fighting Network RINGS
RINGS Openweight Championship (One time; Last)[112]
RINGS 2001 Absolute Class Tournament Winner[113]
RINGS 2001 Openweight Title Tournament Winner[114]
World Alliance of Mixed Martial Arts
WAMMA Heavyweight Championship (One time; First; Last)[115]
Sports Illustrated
2000s Fighter of the Decade[116]
2000s Fight of the Decade vs. Mirko Filipović on August 28, 2005[116]
2009 Knockout of the Year vs. Andrei Arlovski on January 24[117]
MMAFighting
2000s Fighter of the Decade[118]
2005 Fight of the Year vs. Mirko Filipović on August 28, 2005[119]
2005 Heavyweight of the Year[119]
2004 Heavyweight of the Year[119]
2003 Heavyweight of the Year[119]
FIGHT! Magazine
2000s Fighter of the Decade[120]
Bleacher Report
2000s Fighter of the Decade[121]
2000s Heavyweight of the Decade[122]
About.com
2000s Fighter of the Decade [123]
Yahoo! Sports
2000s Fight of the Decade vs. Mirko Filipović on August 28, 2005[124]
Sherdog
2009 Knockout of the Year vs. Andrei Arlovski on January 24[125]
Inside MMA
2009 KO Punch of the Year Bazzie Award vs. Andrei Arlovski on January 24[126]
Wrestling Observer Newsletter
2005 Most Outstanding Fighter
Black Belt Magazine
2004 NHB Fighter of the Year[127][128]
Fight Matrix
2005 Most Noteworthy Match of the Year vs. Mirko Filipović on August 28[129]
2004 Most Noteworthy Match of the Year vs. Antônio Rodrigo Nogueira on December 31[129]
2003 Most Noteworthy Match of the Year vs. Antônio Rodrigo Nogueira on March 16[129]
2003 Fighter of the Year[129]
Sambo
Fédération Internationale Amateur de Sambo
2008 FIAS World Combat Sambo Championships Bronze Medalist[130]
2008 Russian Federation President's Cup Combat Sambo Gold Medalist[131]
2007 FIAS World Combat Sambo Championships Gold Medalist[132]
2005 FIAS World Combat Sambo Championships Gold Medalist[133]
2002 FIAS World Combat Sambo Championships Gold Medalist[134]
1997 European Combat Sambo Championships Gold Medalist[6]
All-Russia Sambo Federation
Russian Combat Sambo National Championship (2002, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2012)[1][135][136][137][138][139]
Russian Combat Sambo National Championship 3rd Place (1998, 2000)[17]
1998 Russian Armed Forces Combat Sambo Championships Absolute Silver Medalist[17]
1998 Russian Armed Forces Combat Sambo Championships Gold Medalist[17]
Judo
International Judo Federation
1999 Sofia Liberation A-Team Senior Bronze Medalist[140]
1999 Moscow International Tournament Senior Bronze Medalist[140]
Russian Judo Federation
Russian National Championship Senior Absolute 3rd Place (1999)[140]
Russian National Championship Senior 3rd Place (199[140]
Miscellaneous
Peace and Sport
2011 Champions for Peace Inductee[141]
All-Russian Center for the Study of Public Opinion
2009 Russian Male Athlete of the Year[142]
International Olympic Committee
2008 Summer Olympics Torchbearer[143]
National Sports Award "Glory"
2008 "Glory" Award for Fair Play[144]
Russian Union of Martial Arts
2006 "Golden Belt" Award for Most Outstanding Victory of the Year[145]
Imperial Society of Russia
First Class Golden Order of the Romanov Family of St. Nicholas II (2010)[146]
Russian Federation National State Decorations Committee
First Class Order of Peter the Great (2007)[147]
Second Class Order For Merit to the Fatherland (2007)[148]
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Old 07-07-2012, 07:55 AM   #28
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No stupid those fights happened in SF. Iv already told you that once so keep up. Secondly where's the heavyweight with the comparable record to Fedor that iv asked you twice for already? And i'm just going to ignore your ridiculous age comparison as that's the usual 1 + 1 maths you see in the General Forum. O by the way here's a couple of Fedor's accolades to keep you busy:

Bronze 2008 St. Petersburg +100 kg
Gold 2007 Prague +100 kg
Gold 2005 Prague +100 kg
Gold 2002 Panama City +100 kg
European Sambo Championships
Gold 1997 Tbilisi +100 kg
Russian Sambo Championships
Gold 2012 Moscow +100 kg
Gold 2009 Kstovo +100 kg
Gold 2008 St. Petersburg +100 kg
Gold 2007 Ulan-Ude +100 kg
Gold 2006 Ulan-Ude +100 kg
Gold 2005 Kstovo +100 kg
Gold 2002 Moscow +100 kg
Bronze 2000 Orenburg +100 kg
Bronze 1998 Kaliningrad +100 kg
Men's Judo
World Cups
Bronze 1999 Sofia Liberation A-Team -100 kg
Bronze 1999 Moscow International Tournament -100 kg
Russian Judo Championships
Bronze 1999 Kstovo Open
Bronze 1998 Kstovo -100 kg

Mixed martial arts
PRIDE Fighting Championships
PRIDE World Heavyweight Championship (One time; Last)[111]
PRIDE 2004 Heavyweight World Grand Prix Champion[111]
Fighting Network RINGS
RINGS Openweight Championship (One time; Last)[112]
RINGS 2001 Absolute Class Tournament Winner[113]
RINGS 2001 Openweight Title Tournament Winner[114]
World Alliance of Mixed Martial Arts
WAMMA Heavyweight Championship (One time; First; Last)[115]
Sports Illustrated
2000s Fighter of the Decade[116]
2000s Fight of the Decade vs. Mirko Filipović on August 28, 2005[116]
2009 Knockout of the Year vs. Andrei Arlovski on January 24[117]
MMAFighting
2000s Fighter of the Decade[118]
2005 Fight of the Year vs. Mirko Filipović on August 28, 2005[119]
2005 Heavyweight of the Year[119]
2004 Heavyweight of the Year[119]
2003 Heavyweight of the Year[119]
FIGHT! Magazine
2000s Fighter of the Decade[120]
Bleacher Report
2000s Fighter of the Decade[121]
2000s Heavyweight of the Decade[122]
About.com
2000s Fighter of the Decade [123]
Yahoo! Sports
2000s Fight of the Decade vs. Mirko Filipović on August 28, 2005[124]
Sherdog
2009 Knockout of the Year vs. Andrei Arlovski on January 24[125]
Inside MMA
2009 KO Punch of the Year Bazzie Award vs. Andrei Arlovski on January 24[126]
Wrestling Observer Newsletter
2005 Most Outstanding Fighter
Black Belt Magazine
2004 NHB Fighter of the Year[127][128]
Fight Matrix
2005 Most Noteworthy Match of the Year vs. Mirko Filipović on August 28[129]
2004 Most Noteworthy Match of the Year vs. Antônio Rodrigo Nogueira on December 31[129]
2003 Most Noteworthy Match of the Year vs. Antônio Rodrigo Nogueira on March 16[129]
2003 Fighter of the Year[129]
Sambo
Fédération Internationale Amateur de Sambo
2008 FIAS World Combat Sambo Championships Bronze Medalist[130]
2008 Russian Federation President's Cup Combat Sambo Gold Medalist[131]
2007 FIAS World Combat Sambo Championships Gold Medalist[132]
2005 FIAS World Combat Sambo Championships Gold Medalist[133]
2002 FIAS World Combat Sambo Championships Gold Medalist[134]
1997 European Combat Sambo Championships Gold Medalist[6]
All-Russia Sambo Federation
Russian Combat Sambo National Championship (2002, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2012)[1][135][136][137][138][139]
Russian Combat Sambo National Championship 3rd Place (1998, 2000)[17]
1998 Russian Armed Forces Combat Sambo Championships Absolute Silver Medalist[17]
1998 Russian Armed Forces Combat Sambo Championships Gold Medalist[17]
Judo
International Judo Federation
1999 Sofia Liberation A-Team Senior Bronze Medalist[140]
1999 Moscow International Tournament Senior Bronze Medalist[140]
Russian Judo Federation
Russian National Championship Senior Absolute 3rd Place (1999)[140]
Russian National Championship Senior 3rd Place (199[140]
Miscellaneous
Peace and Sport
2011 Champions for Peace Inductee[141]
All-Russian Center for the Study of Public Opinion
2009 Russian Male Athlete of the Year[142]
International Olympic Committee
2008 Summer Olympics Torchbearer[143]
National Sports Award "Glory"
2008 "Glory" Award for Fair Play[144]
Russian Union of Martial Arts
2006 "Golden Belt" Award for Most Outstanding Victory of the Year[145]
Imperial Society of Russia
First Class Golden Order of the Romanov Family of St. Nicholas II (2010)[146]
Russian Federation National State Decorations Committee
First Class Order of Peter the Great (2007)[147]
Second Class Order For Merit to the Fatherland (2007)[148]


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Yeah, 8 years ago bruh.. About as far back as Fedor's most notable wins.

Yeah its been a long time since Anderson fought against non CANS.
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No stupid those fights happened in SF. Iv already told you that once so keep up. Secondly where's the heavyweight with the comparable record to Fedor that iv asked you twice for already? And i'm just going to ignore your ridiculous age comparison as that's the usual 1 + 1 maths you see in the General Forum. O by the way here's a couple of Fedor's accolades to keep you busy:
Is Hendo not in the twilight of his career??

Stop asking me for other HWs. I told you he is the #1 HW, but I'm talking p4p..

Go ahead, copy and paste your shit.. That amounts to dick while were on Mixed Martial Arts.
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