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Future Champ 09-18-2006 01:53 AM

Knockouts........
 
What is the best knockout of all time? And who would you like to see get knocked out?

Choke_Wire 09-18-2006 01:54 AM

i dont know which one is the best. but i would really like to tito get ko'd...i dont think i need to say why

Soleks 09-18-2006 07:49 PM

I have three at the top of the list right now. I like Chuck's TKO on Tito, Rich Franklin's knockout on Nate Quarry, and Melvin Guillard's knockout on Rick Davis.

As far as people I'd like to see get knocked out. It would have to be someone really cocky like Brandon Vera. After he won his first fight he called out Chuck Liddell and said after he won heavyweight belt he was going to drop down and take on Chuck.

Pogo the Clown 09-21-2006 12:01 AM

My personnal favorite is still the Petey Williams-Mark "The Hammer" Coleman knockout. It came out of know where and that kick landed perfectly. The look on Coleman face was priceless. :)


Pogo

Pogo the Clown 09-21-2006 12:14 AM

Of course watching Tank Abbotts knockout of John Matua with Matua totally spazed out with his legs and arms frozen in the air was classic. :thumbsup:


Pogo

Pogo the Clown 09-21-2006 12:56 AM

The Pat Smith-Scott Morris knockout was intense. Thats one of my favorites. :thumbsup:


Another classic KO was Brad Kholer(sp)-Steve Judson with that big one punch knockout. Judson was out before his body hit the floor. :laugh:

He was out for a long time too. They even had to bring in oxygen for him. Poor bastard :laugh:


Pogo

jdun11 09-21-2006 02:11 AM

either kohler on judson , or franklin on quarry..those 2 are in a league of there own ..no other KO comes close

spearsoldier 09-21-2006 01:22 PM

Ortiz vs Tanner

KO due to SLAM:D

3DLee 09-21-2006 01:59 PM

Hughes slam on Newton rocked. I could watch it over and over. But I'd have to say the one that brought me the biggest smile was Ortiz getting Ko'd by Chuck. And I would give up all my posessions to see Ken KO Ortiz in October, but Im going have to wait until December to see Tito laid out. And since Ortiz vs Chuck is in December and so is the Hughes/Penn vs. GSP fight, will they be on the same card? That would be the PPV of the year hands down if so.


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