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View Poll Results: What is the most stacked division in the ufc.
Heavyweight 10 16.95%
Light Heavyweight 32 54.24%
Middleweight 0 0%
Welterweight 14 23.73%
Lightweight 3 5.08%
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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 08-27-2007, 03:01 AM Thread Starter
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What is the most stacked Division in the UFC?

I want to get a general spectrum to see who believes which is the most stacked division, witrh elite fighters. please give reasons.


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post #2 of 21 (permalink) Old 08-27-2007, 03:03 AM
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Light heavyweight.

Reasons?

When someone like Babalu seems like a non contender, its because there is too much talent in that devision.
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LHW. It used to be WW for me but with the acquisition of Silva, Shogun and Hendo....all I have to say is WOAH.
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Please no one say the LW divison it might be the most exicting but thats because no of them outside of BJ, Ken Flo, and Taveras can finish so everything goes to decison. It isn't a strong divison it's just over flooded with fighters.


Now to answer the question it is IMO the WW divison with GSP,Koscheck, Hughes, Serra, Sanchez, Fitch, Karo, and now Swick the divison is stacked plus Hayato Sakurai might be coming.
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no doubt the LHW
there are alot of guys there who can be N1C for the championship without any doubt...
too much names that the UFC just have no place to sign fighters like Arona, sokoudjou and lil'nog
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lets look at it like this:

Noteable fighters:

HW:
Randy,
Vera
Sylvia
Nog
Mirko
AA
GG

LHW:
Hendo
Liddel
Rampage
Silva
Shogun
Babalu

WW:
Karo
Hughes
GSP
Kos
Diego
Fitch
Sakurai
Serra

Hmm...I dont know, probably LHW with WW and HW tied at second. Although HW has the more experienced and possibly skilled fighters, the WW has ALOT of up and coming potential.
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It's welterweight for me. That division is deep with contenders, and you can make a case for the top ten all being in the ufc.
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lhw hands down with new aquisitions from pride its now a powerhouse

liddell
jackson
hendo
ortiz
evans
griffin
shogun
bisping
wandy

The Gang
Anderson Silva
Randy Couture
Kenny Florian
Chuck Liddell
Sean Sherk
Rich Franklin
Jason MacDonald
Wanderlei Silva
Jon Fitch
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Originally Posted by RageInDaCage
lhw hands down with new aquisitions from pride its now a powerhouse

liddell
jackson
hendo
ortiz
evans
griffin
shogun
bisping
wandy
Ditto here
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For a long time I felt it was the WW division, but for now I'm going to have to give the LHW division the nod. Go to 75.ufc.com and click on their LHW's link. You can scroll through all of the amazing talent the UFC has, and for now, those guys are making the LHW division the most stacked in MMA.
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