Originally Posted by americanfighter
I was watching a ufc documentary on matt and it got me thinking. Ok yeah GSP beat him twice but when I look at the wins the two fighters had Matt were exciting dominate wins GSP on the other hand has been doing nothing but L&P his victories and not really dominating opponents.
Do you even watch the actual fights or have you just seen the majority call GSP a "LNP Fighter"
First of all, in all of GSP's title defenses only 3
of his fights have been wrestling heavy, Thiago Alves, Dan Hardy, and BJ Penn.
Now he finished BJ and made him quit on the stool, now I don't think a guy just quits on the stool after four rounds of being layed on, a guy quits on the stool after four rounds of getting pounded.
Thiago Alves fight, he tore his groin and actually out-struck Alves, one of the premier strikers at 170.
Dan Hardy fight, had Hardy in two real nasty submissions, a kumura and an armbar.
So really, GSP's only ever "Lay n Prayed" once and that was the Thiago Alves fight, he tried to finish Hardy twice, and he actually finished Penn. The Jake Shields fight was probably his worst fight and that's because he got poked in the eye time after time after time, hell GSP even knocked Shields down with a head kick and REFUSED to go to the ground, how is that "lay n pray"?
As for the original question, no Hughes is not the most dominant, it's GSP and will be GSP for a while.