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Randy Couture 28 90.32%
Ken Shamrock 3 9.68%
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post #11 of 30 (permalink) Old 09-12-2006, 01:34 AM
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The standup would be interesting , other then that , Couture dominates

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def would be interesting, even then I think Randy has the advantage
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Heres the fight, a couple of exchanges, go to clinch, Ken gets tossed, Randy finds the mount and GNP all the way.
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I agree, Randy would smash him, prime or old. Then again, in Ken's prime I think it would be a little closer than it would be now.
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i wouldnt call myself a shamrock hater..but randy in his prime would destroy shamrock in his prime..in ufc 40 ken was at his best and tito blew him out of the octogon, and right after that randy blew him out of the octogon..ken struggles against guys that are stronger and better wrestlers...this would look just like tito vs ken
not to start a fight with jdun but did you really say that?

at UFC 40 ken had a blown out acl on top of some other injuries and he got fixed for shamrock VS tito 2 which then was cut short too early.

UFC 40 was not ken at his best and thats been provenin many interviews and documented.

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it wouldnt matter if they were 10 years old, 25, 40, hell when they are 60+ .....The Natural would have, and will always reign suppreme....my 2 cents
your probaby right, and im my post i never said kenwould win, just he would give randy a workout, in his prime that is.

They both have the "heart of a lion" i have to admit that, i dont see either one given in easy but inthe end shamrock might get warn down by randys GNP unless he pulls off a crazy sub like her "used" to do.

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tito gave ken a beat, who gave tito a spanking (literally)?
yep randy wins for sure.

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not to start a fight with jdun but did you really say that?

at UFC 40 ken had a blown out acl on top of some other injuries and he got fixed for shamrock VS tito 2 which then was cut short too early.

UFC 40 was not ken at his best and thats been provenin many interviews and documented.
yea ur right about his knee..but i was referring to his age and him being in his prime..i believe when ken faught fujita it was after ufc 40 and that fight was the most impressive of his career..but i dont buy into that crap about a fighter saying he was hurt for the fight after the fact..if ur not 100% dont fight..or if u decide to fight dont bring up the fact that u were injured, because all it is, is an excuse..it might be a valid excuse, but i think alot of fighters say "well im kinda hurt, and everyone will know that so if i lose ill have an excuse"..and they kinda exploit that




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yea ur right about his knee..but i was referring to his age and him being in his prime..i believe when ken faught fujita it was after ufc 40 and that fight was the most impressive of his career..but i dont buy into that crap about a fighter saying he was hurt for the fight after the fact..if ur not 100% dont fight..or if u decide to fight dont bring up the fact that u were injured, because all it is, is an excuse..it might be a valid excuse, but i think alot of fighters say "well im kinda hurt, and everyone will know that so if i lose ill have an excuse"..and they kinda exploit that
we could argue forever

your right, but only to a point, see shamrock had wasnted tito for so long, in fact he came back to UFC mainly for tito.

I think his "heart" and "pride" did not allow him to pull out of a fight he has wanted since Guy VS Tito.

Not to mention the fight speaks for itself, shamrock is a ground expert and purposly was avoiding working much from the ground, because he really couldnt.

Last thing i want to do is make excuses for ken but i beleive that is true, you want to hear "excuses"?

how bout gracie saying he trained to hard for matt and that he expected it to go the way it did, so basically he expected to loose and still fought anyway.

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