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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 06-22-2007, 12:54 AM Thread Starter
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Best Fighting Style??

MMA brings a "gumbo pot" of styles together that creates a diversity that no other fight organization offers. With the Floyd Mayweather comments and Brock Lesnar and Kurt Angle beginning MMA, I wonder what style is the best to have as a base...
..Muy Thia?
..Tei Kwon Do
..Street Fighting
..Chute Boxingn?

...IMO, BJJ has been the most popular base to have but is it the best?

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This school of thought is moot in modern MMA. To be a mixed martial artist and succeed you need a blend of techniques. If I had to pick a single background that is most successful in MMA I'd say collegiate wrestling, but I think that is mostly due to the fact that its the most-practiced combat sport among young americans.

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Muay Thai and BJJ are the perfect combo
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Boxing and BJJ are the two best styles. I think alot of BJJ is in wrestling vice-versa except BJJ is to make a opponent tap and wrestling is to gain points on a opponent ( really it is to pin the guy, but not really what you try to do). Which in wrestling making a opponent tap is illegal unless for some weird reason he does; legally never seen it happen even online. Wrestling and BJJ have the same basics I believe; some people will completely disagree with me. Personally, I don't think we have seen one fighter with a combined black belt BJJ and a world class boxing with KO power. If I had to pick one learn and master would be Tae Kwon Do for the reason teaches you all standing moves and could just be a novice wrestler

Brock Lesnar will be the #1 ranked fighter, and will be best fighter ever.

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HW = Lesnar
MW = Filho
WW = Koscheck
LW = Ruediger

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