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post #41 of 84 (permalink) Old 03-23-2011, 09:19 PM
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Hendo is something else. He is what Randy Couture is touted to be.
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I think both Randy and Dan have very comparable careers. The two have done things for the sport that are very great achievments. I'm going to say it was destiny that they were both on Team Quest.

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Hendo has to be in the top 10 of all time greats in MMA. And hes still kicking ass at the age of 40(?). Whilst he has had a few lucky decisionds go his way (Franklin, Nog) hes still been and continues to be a superb fighter.

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Hendo has to be in the top 10 of all time greats in MMA. And hes still kicking ass at the age of 40(?). Whilst he has had a few lucky decisionds go his way (Franklin, Nog) hes still been and continues to be a superb fighter.
More than a few. But he is a great fighter, especially considering his age.

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I certainly agree the Franklin fight was close. Big Nog though avenged his fight though. But Henderson is certainly great.

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His best moment in the UFC was his KTFO of Bisping. That knockout truly is awesome.
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Hendo has had a truely impressive career. He is probably my favorite fighter next to rich. Hendo is got to go down as one of the all-time greats having successful fights against top guy in 3 weight classes. Holding the pride belts in 2 weight classes at the same time and I got a feeling he will be the strikeforce LHW champ for a while now unless he go's back to the ufc. Hendo is one of the greatest of all time and seems to be a good guy as well. One of my favorites for sure.

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I think both Randy and Dan have very comparable careers. The two have done things for the sport that are very great achievments. I'm going to say it was destiny that they were both on Team Quest.
Yes, they have both done a lot for the sport and both have had excellent careers. But in the end, W-L ratio is on Dan's side.
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Well considering how many title fights Randy has been in compared to Dan, I'd say it is understandable. But you are right that Dan has a better overall record. Then again Randy would be so much more known.

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