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post #1 of 34 (permalink) Old 12-05-2008, 10:42 PM Thread Starter
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Best elbows delivered in an MMA match!

Some great and bloody elbows dished out over the years...

Here are some of my favorites.

1. Shogun Rua splitting Forrest's brow, seemed to swing the fight back in Rua's favor greatly.

2. Kenny Florian throwing his right elbow like a hook to Karalexis nose. Raiseing his hands knowing he cut him bad and ending the fight.

3. Anderson Silva literaly KOing Fryklund with an elbow OUCH!

4. Joe Stevenson destroying Yves Edwards with bloody elbows. Yves was one of my favorite fighters at the time. That bloodbath was so painfull to watch, a tear almost came to my eye as I screamed throw in the towel, throw in the towel

5. I get sweet revenge when Penn was on top of Stevenson and landing that vicious elbow. Instantly the blood starts to pour. I wonder what was going through Stevenson's mind at the time (besides getting his ass kicked), damn, this is mighty familiar.

6. David Loiseau had arguably the nastiest elbows in the sport at the time; landing quik and nasty back to back elbows to the head of Jorge Rivera's head. That was pretty to watch, lost the fight though

Those im sure are just a few, what are some of your favorite, bloody and fight ending elbows you can remember? Share

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Anderson's elbows of mass destruction when putting Lutter in a triangle.

Edit: Didn't want to bring this up but I can't help but think, even though this is sacreligious, of Tsuyoshi Kohsaka's accidental elbow that landed on...well you know.




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6. David Loiseau had arguably the nastiest elbows in the sport at the time; landing quik and nasty back to back elbows to the head of Jorge Rivera's head. That was pretty to watch, lost the fight though
The crow was losing pretty badly to Tanner until he starting using those machetes straight to Evans face and won on cuts.
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gotta go with Jared Rollins....

eventhough he lost that fight against War Machine, did you see those elbows?


Chunks of flesh/blood/matter were oozing from Koppenhavers head
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The crow was losing pretty badly to Tanner until he starting using those machetes straight to Evans face and won on cuts.
Those were some vicious bows. It completely turned that fight around.

It's interesting how good Loiseau can look when he is aggressive but he can't seem to sustain it. I'm not sure why, he may be just mentally ****ed. I really hope he can learn to flip that switch and maybe fight his way back into the UFC, because when he is aggressive it's really like night and day. Sorry to get off topic.
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One of my favorite fights of all time: Gary Goodridge vs. Paul Herrera - UFC 8.

http://www.kfight.net/Classic/Paul-H...-8-fight-Video
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One of my favorite fights of all time: Gary Goodridge vs. Paul Herrera - UFC 8.
You know, thats the day I forever hated Gary Goodridge. First of all he had the guy by like 60 pounds and the 2nd elbow landed put Herrera to sleep; why fire away another 10 elbows?? To prove what? You can possibly cause brain damage to some one alot smaller than you Lost all respect for him. I loved it every time he got knocked out after that.

Oh yeah, was some devastating elbows though, Gary had em the *ahem* reverse Salavary...
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