Which UFC champion is least likely to get KO/TKO'd?
I was not expecting Miguel Torres to get KO'd, but it happened. He strikes quickly with a jab and jumps back. The kid's taken shots before, as he often exchanges. He has good footwork, though he sometimes get stuck on the cage. When he's there, he covers up extremely well and takes little damage. He doesn't use the clinch. He doesn't shoot for takedowns. If he ends up with his back on the ground, he maintains an very tight guard, so his opponents can't land anything. So, how the hell did he get KO'd? Simply put, the kids an emotional fighter. He chased after his pray wildly, left himself open and got caught. Hopefully, he will learn from his experience and improve.
BUT! Now, I have my doubts with the other champions. They are all individuals with strengths and weakness. Each and everyone of them faces the possibility of getting KO/TKO'd. With that, I present to you my question; Which of the following champions is the LEAST likely to get KO/TKO'd? (poll's question)
I would also like to discuss which champion is the most vulnerable to KO/TKO. However, before you blurt out GSP, keep in mind he has resorted to tactical takedowns.
Last edited by M.C; 08-26-2009 at 05:30 AM.