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post #11 of 24 (permalink) Old 12-13-2008, 08:52 AM Thread Starter
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Wasn't it 35?
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So its igor at #1 and fedor at #2 ?
Seems to be...

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This "loss" on Fedor's record shouldn't even be counted as such. The cut was due to an illegal strike so it should be a NC...
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This "loss" on Fedor's record shouldn't even be counted as such. The cut was due to an illegal strike so it should be a NC...
So that makes it 29 in a row. Still the second, but too close to Igor, Arlovski falls in Junuary and Fedor becomes #1.

By the way, when Randy lost to Belfort on UFC 46 due to illegal poke to an eye, should it have been considered a NC? Why did Vitor get the title?
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He said that he is 100% sure that he could beat Fedor. The same goes for NOG and Wanderlei, what a dick! Besides, his "record" is disputed and doubtful.
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By the way, when Randy lost to Belfort on UFC 46 due to illegal poke to an eye, should it have been considered a NC? Why did Vitor get the title?

The UFC considered it a loss for Randy and a win for Vitor, thus awarding the belt to Vitor. I think it was a accidential poke, cant really remember, been a long while since I seen that fight
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it was a poke that resulted a cut on randys eye as far as i remember . and doc stopped a fight cuz of cut
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lol at rickson's "record"
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Just to clarify.. Igor went 35 fights unbeaten, with 33 wins straight.

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Igor Vovchanchyn had 30-fight winning streak before Mark Coleman beat him in PRIDE Grand Prix 2000 - Finals. Anyone else?
Alright, here are the definitive legends of Vale Tudo:

Rickson Gracie went undefeated in 13 official NHB matches, and many more fights of other kinds (many of which were NHB). It all depends on where you draw the line. I'll stick with 13.

That said, one of Rickson's earliest opponents was a legend in old school Vale Tudo: Rei Zulu, who is reported to have been around 140-0 at the time of his first fight with Rickson in 1980. Obviously, I haven't looked into all of these, but there is substantial evidence to back up many of his fights.

Sorta puts the whole thing in perspective.

Vovchanchyn's streak is, as far as I'm aware, the best in modern MMA. The October issue of Fight Sport is wrong and should retract that statement.



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