I can see how I am confused as well. Since I haven't really seen any facts. Let me show you what some facts are:
FACT: Robbie Lawler is considered to be between 4-6 by sherdog, mma weekly, yahoo sports, and tapout magazine. Frank is unranked.
I don't see how this fact applies to our argument since I've never disputed Lawlers stature in rankings.
But since we're on the subject of statistics, how many times has a fighter defeated somebody who was ranked above them?
FACT: Over the past 9 years Frank has not beaten one fighter who has been ranked in the top 10 at any time in their career by anyone credible.
Over the past 9 years he was retired running his gym. He had a fight here and there to stay sharp but never contended seriously until he signed with Strikeforce last year. Nice try though.
FACT: Frank's competition over the past 9 years have had a record of 31-30-2, not exactly impressive.
Is this really a fact or did you merley look up their records and post results?
Did you take their records at the time that they fought Frank?
Frank fought Elvis Sinosec on 12/10/2000
Elvis's record at fight time was 3-2
Frank fought Phil Baroni on 6/22/07
Baroni's record at fight time was 10-7
Frank fought Cung Le on 3/29/08
Cungs record at fight time was 5-0
Frank fought Bryon Pardoe on 3/27/03
Bryon's record at fight time was 5-2
Frank fought Renzo Gracie on 2/10/07
Renzo's record at fight time was 12-6
Frank fought Cesar Gracie on 3/10/06
Cesar claimed to have a 14-0 record at fight time (but to appease injured pride for his lies, we will give him 0-0)
That actually equals 35-17
The problem is you took 3 losses that Frank handed these guys and figured them into your 31-30 theory. We are taking records at the time of the fight. His "competition".
31-30 was not a fact. But,hey it was a good try.
I didn't really appreciate the temper tantrum remark, but if you feel you need to berate me personally instead of using a logical argument, then by all means go ahead.