My top 10 heavy weight Rankings.

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  • #100294

    subo
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    no, because Ryo Chonan has lost since then, and it was much longer ago. JDS came in for his Octagon debut and punked a top 5 HW, not #1.

    #100304

    Márcio
    Member

    He has also only fought mediocre opposition since then, the only top fighter he beat since was Roy Nelson, and he’s most significant win was against a fat and unmotivated (it matters) Werdum. JDS is a decent prospect but he’s been spoon fed his opponents, Cain wil send him back to the drawing board.

    #100307

    yeah jds is all hype

    #100342

    Well Subo, Brock will never be at the top of the list again, so get used to that.

    #100345

    subo
    Member

    Marcio – Getting the #1 HW in the world for your UFC debut is being spoonfed? Also, I totally agree – Werdum showing up fat and uninterested for a UFC fight kind of disqualifies him from #1 consideration, especially given his piece of shit resume since then omitting Fedor – I mean, Mike Kyle and Bigfoot <<<<<<< Roy Nelson and Gonzaga.

    #100354

    G Funk
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    Comment’s #7 & 8 for, the, win!

    #100384

    Márcio
    Member

    Yep, let’s forget that Werdum finished Gonzaga TWICE, never let the facts get in the way of a good story. Werdum would walk all over Nelson by the way.

    #100388

    Grass Hoppa
    Member

    By your logic, you have to beat the man to be the man. So Werdum beat fedor, but jds beat werdum so it should be

    jds
    werdum
    fedor

    If you can say werdum being untrained and unmotivated for his fight against jds is a relevant excuse, then …. i can say fedor unestimating his oppenant in werdum was a relevant reason for his, and that loss totally just doesn’t count.

    #100390

    Marley Marl
    Member

    Man did you guys miss Wedum’s fight before fedor against Antonio Silva? He barely got through it.

    I think Cain will wrestle JDS if he gets out striked

    #100391

    G Funk
    Member

    Im not defending anyone here but JDS beat Werdum many fights ago, you know, past tense as in the past.(antonym present)

    #100396

    The_Feeva
    Member

    here are my heavyweight rankings fresh off the cain destruction:

    http://tapology.com/profiles/jeremy/my-rankings/current-top-ten-heavyweight-mma-fighters-265-pounds

    fyi, this site lets you build, comment and save your own rankings in like 25 different categories. best pound for pound, best knockouts, etc. it’s way easier than typing it out again and again each time.

    #100427

    Márcio
    Member

    Grass Hoppa: that’s not my logic at all, you gotta beat the man to be the man, Werdum was the one that beat the man, he was not the man when he fought JDS 2 years ago, JDS has not fought any top 5 opponents besides Werdum after an all you can eat bbq. By your logic:

    Joaquim Ferreira
    JDS
    Minotauro
    Arlovski
    (oh wait Brett Rogers and Big Foot should be ahead of Arlovsky)
    Werdum (but he beat Big Foot so…)

    MMA math is STUPID

    I love JDS agressive striking style as much as the next guy, but come on, that’s a hype train getting out of control, Cain will expose him.

    #100449

    frickshun
    Member

    ^^Agreed on JDS. I love the guy but a fighter like him can only exist at/near the top in the heavyweight div.

    Cain is gonna rape him.

    #100461

    pewnt
    Member

    3. Werdum.

    Beat the best of all time with some trickery

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    WTF…. Trickery….come on this is not 1993. Arm bar from bottom. Triangle from bottom. Two common moves combined to a slick sub.

    Fedor fucked up, and didn’t have the “A BJJ black belt has my arm, maybe I should make him stand up.” moment. He had escaped, then dove right back in…..

    If he did a flying armbar, into a frankenstiener, Hadouken, sonic boom….now that’s trickery.

    After Rogers “win” (going all 3 round with warpath…sigh) I would put Overeem at #10. He should be ranked in the top five, but you have to fight someone who is ranked to get there.

    Beyond that good list. Nog below Roy hurts to see, but I can see your point.

    #100473

    subo
    Member

    Yes, “trickery” equals “triangling a guy that fucking leaped into your guard”

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