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First of all this would not happen because of the Nevada State Athletics Commissions states a fighter must wait 4 days between fights and must meet weight requirements. With that being said, I still think Matt Hughes could take it.

8-Man Openweight Tournament, Round 1:
Arlovski vs. Sylvia - Arlovski
Liddell vs. Ortiz - Liddell
Franklin vs. Silva - Franklin
Hughes vs. St. Pierre - Hughes

Arlovski would win, and even if Sylvia would win, he would just gas out in next round.

Liddell to KO Ortiz because Chuck has Tito's number

Franklin to win because he is the best Middleweight fighter in the world

Hughes would ground and pound GSP, this will be proven in a couple of months.

Round 2:
Arlovski vs. Liddell - Liddell
Franklin vs. Hughes - Hughes

Liddell would win mainly because he is more aggressive than AA.

Hughes would take a beating by Franklin but still win by decision.

Round 3:
Liddell vs. Hughes - Hughes

Hughes would win in my opinion because Liddell had tougher opponents. This would go to decision or doctor stoppage.

These are my opinions, so deal with it.


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i like it

Good Job panning all that out.
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I just dont see any way in hell Matt Hughes would win this. I dont think he would beat St. Pierre let alone Rich. And come on matt would try to take Chuck down and Chuck would knock his ass out without a problem.

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Chuck Liddell would smoke all of them! To bad Nevada doesn't allow open weight tournaments because I think it would be pretty sweet!

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a stephen Bonner fan too so i guess i should side with ya lol
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You do have to consider fighters getting hurt. Would any of these guys back down if they were hurt? I don't think so, they have too much pride. Fighting while hurt would play a factor. That's why the UFC should do this tournament in Canada or Mexico, where they can bend and not break the rules.


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ohh yeaaaa

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You do have to consider fighters getting hurt. Would any of these guys back down if they were hurt? I don't think so, they have too much pride. Fighting while hurt would play a factor. That's why the UFC should do this tournament in Canada or Mexico, where they can bend and not break the rules.


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Chuck Liddell would put everyone to sleep.
my thoughts exactly

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