[QUOTE=EliteUndisputed;1323566]In Boxing? Yeah, he'd eat anyone in his weight class or atleast near it alive.
In MMA, one takedown and he'd get blasted with Ground and Pound, or someone would slap a submission on him and take a limb home.[/QUOTE
i'm a firm believer in the get the f&#k up guard. a guard is only useful when trying to use a triangle choke. a wrestler or a boxer/wrestler doesn't need a guard because wrestling is superior to bjj. belfort, for example, has great bjj, but he uses his striking and gnp instead because he has the speed to use that more effectively. any gifted athlete can gnp someone- it's natural survival instinct when in a scrap. pacman would be a step ahead in the cage because of his speed. it's not as if he can't wrestle. anyone who's been in a lot of street fights can wrestle but he wouldn't have to wrestle because his sick cardio would allow him to 'old belfort' anyone for an extended period of time, which would actually end with pacman being the one to gnp his opponent. no one would be quick enough to sub pacman, even less so with his machine gun fists turned on, which they would be in a fight. when double leg take downs would be attempted on him, he'd quickly move to the side and then let the fists fly when his opponent stood up.