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post #21 of 53 (permalink) Old 10-05-2007, 06:39 PM
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Who has Huerta beaten to deserve top 10 status.

Then again, who has Penn beaten to deserve being number 2?
I know he hasnt beat any top guys but he is 5-0 in the UFC and has been pretty impresive, I think he should be at least in the top ten

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post #22 of 53 (permalink) Old 10-05-2007, 06:50 PM
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i disagree with a lot of those but that is expected with such deep rankings. that is kind of cool because most people just rank top 10
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I don't know, its pretty dece i guess. There's alot of things i'd change though.

HW- it's fine, shows how shallow th HW's are, but it looks better than past lists, division is improving.

LHW- Wandy is coming off two brutal knockouts and has yet to have a fight in the ufc, def bellow Henderson who knocked his ass out. I'd put him just above chuck, cause chuck lost to a less respected contender. THIS DIVISION IS STACKED!!

MW- Move chris leben up a little, maybe just bellow Kalib Starnes.

WW- Karo above Diego Sanchez (sanchez is coming off two losses karo is off of two wins, that overides Karo's loss to Diego) ALSO A VERY GOOD DIVISION

LW- CRAZY STACKED DIVISION. Franca above tyson griffin. Spencer Fisher above Din Thomas. Huerta definately above Clay Guida, by a long long long long long shot. Nate Diaz above Tavares. Lauzon above Tibau. Guillard above Pellegrino.

Overall I'd say they're pretty acurate.
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Well let'see Alexander beat Jardine who beat Forrest who beat Shogun.
Stuff like that does not work. You could say Shogun beat Rampage who beat Chuck who beat Tito who beat Forrest who beat Shogun

I'll wait and see how Alexander does with a fighter that lasts longer than round before jumping on any bandwagon
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Stuff like that does not work. You could say Shogun beat Rampage who beat Chuck who beat Tito who beat Forrest who beat Shogun

I'll wait and see how Alexander does with a fighter that lasts longer than round before jumping on any bandwagon
It doesn't work for determining who's better but it does work for rankings.
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Stuff like that does not work. You could say Shogun beat Rampage who beat Chuck who beat Tito who beat Forrest who beat Shogun

I'll wait and see how Alexander does with a fighter that lasts longer than round before jumping on any bandwagon
This is simply for rankings, not on a fight by fight basis.
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Well let'see Alexander beat Jardine who beat Forrest who beat Shogun.
Who beat Randleman who beat Babalu who beat Tsuyoshi Kosaka who beat Fedor.

Houston Alexander > Fedor.

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This is a Sherdog article that is the Unoficial UFC rankings with the top 20 in each division. Never will it be perfect in everyones mind but it looks decent to me. What does everyone else think?

Unofficial UFC Rankings (Top 20 in each Divison) - Sherdog Mixed Martial Arts Forums


Heavyweight
1. Randy Couture
2. Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira
3. Gabrial Gonzaga
4. Tim Sylvia
5. Andrei Arlovski
6. Brandon Vera
7. Cheick Kongo
8. Mirko Crocop
9. Fabricio Werdun
10. Frank Mir
11. Jake O'Brien
12. Heath Herring
13. Eddie Sanchez
14. Christian Wellisch
15. Justin McCully
16. Antoni Hardonk
17. Dan Christison
18. Brad Imes
19. Colin Robinson
20. Scott Junk

Light Heavyweight
1. Quinton Jackson
2. Dan Henderson
3. Wanderlei Silva
4. Lyota Machida
5. Houston Alexander
6. Keith Jardine
7. Forrest Griffin
8. Chuck Liddell
9. Mauricio Rua
10. Rashad Evans
11. Tito Ortiz
12. Jason Lambert
13. Michael Bisping
14. Matt Hammill
15. Thiago Silva
16. Wilson Gouveia
17. Kazuhiro Nakamura
18. Stephen Bonnar
19. Eric Schafer
20. Thomasz Drawl

Middleweight
1. Anderson Silva
2. Rich Franklin
3. Yushin Okami
4. Nate Marquardt
5. Martin Kampmann
6. Thales Leites
7. Travis Lutter
8. Drew McFedfries
9. Dean Lister
10. Kalib Starnes
11. Jason MacDonald
12. Chris Leben
13. Patrick Cote
14. Kendal Groves
15. Ed Herman
16. Nate Quarry
17. Terry Martin
18. Dave Terrell
19. Ryan Jenson
20. Demian Maia

Welterweight
1. Matt Serra
2. Georges St. Pierre
3. Matt Hughes
4. Jon Fitch
5. Josh Koscheck
6. Diego Sanchez
7. Karo Parisyan
8. Thiago Alves
9. Marcus Davis
10. Mike Swick
11. Josh Burkman
12. Ryo Chonan
13. Akihiro Gono
14. Hector Lombard
15. Luke Cummo
16. Kuniyoshi Hironoka
17. Dustin Hazelett
18. Forrest Petz
19. Tamdan McCrory
20. Paul Taylor

Lightweight
1. Sean Sherk
2. BJ Penn
3. Joe Stevenson
4. Kenny Florian
5. Frankie Edgar
6. Tyson Griffin
7. Hermes Franca
8. Din Thomas
9. Spencer Fisher
10. Clay Guida
11. Roger Huerta
12. Thiago Tavares
13. Nate Diaz
14. Gleison Tibau
15. Joe Lauzon
16. Sam Stout
17. Kurt Pellegrino
18. Melvin Guillard
19. Cole Miller
20. Gray Maynard
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regardless of these questionable ranking, it sure is great to have a nice list like this, and well appreciated. I gotta give you some rep points for this from me!
This is getting printed and hung on the door, thanks.
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Houston top 5?? WTF???? Guy hasnt done anyhting yet. Let see what he does in his next 3 fights first.

Rashaad over Tito?? No way.
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5. Houston Alexander - That is the biggest pile of shit I have ever read. He's beaten 1 worthwhile opponent Keith Jardine, and IMO keith is extremly over rated. How Housten Alexander is above Forrest and Shogun amazes me.
was kieth even ranked in the top ten before his liddell win?

The most solid advice I can give to anyone who fights BJ Penn is...do not motivate the guy. Lets face it, BJ although talented, is naturally lazy. Your job is to NOT convince him to step on that treadmill.
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