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post #61 of 86 (permalink) Old 09-18-2009, 02:56 AM
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Yep I see the light now lets go find every strongman, professional wrestler, and any guy thats big and over 265 lbs and bring them to the UFC cause this thread has convinced me they could have a chance at beating Brock. I hope people find the sarcasm in my post.
Dude seriously. Have you read any of the posts in this thread? You're writing him off cause he isn't from MMA. Everyone has to start somewhere.
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post #62 of 86 (permalink) Old 09-18-2009, 03:01 AM
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apparently he's around 285, and his first fight is in poland in early december. He better learn fast.
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He's fast (5:40 mile and fast foot work), has endless cardio, did Sambo in high school, has unbelievable grip strength, and is very competitive and dedicated.

Read the first pages you guys cmon.
Do you have any source for the stats you listed. I'm seriously doubting the 5:40 mile.

Edit: Also even if that number is right it doesn't really relate that well to fighting at least from a speed aspect. A better test of speed would be a 100m or 40yd sprint. Also the cone drill they do for NFL draftees would be good.

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size and stregth are useful, but without elite technique it'd be a lost cause.


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5:40 mile means nothing. It isnt a measurement for how quick he is and it isnt a measurement on his fight endurance. I run a 6:05 mile but get exhausted pretty fast if I am fighting a good opponent in combatives. I am also slow compared to alot of them.
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I think my man Marius would chuck Lesnar right out of the ring.
Would that be considered "submission by full body toss"?

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I think my man Marius would chuck Lesnar right out of the ring.
Would that be considered "submission by full body toss"?
It would be funny to see but also illegal
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oh he make it. finally i always wonder how the strong men competitors would fare in mma and how come they dont try mma
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A few facts about him from his wikipedia page.

Apart from WSM, Pudzianowski is also known for practicing martial arts (he is a fourth kyu green belt in Kyokushin kaikan). Moreover he trained in the art of boxing for seven years before he started to compete in strongman competitions

Professional Competitive Record - [1st (42),2nd (7) ,3rd (4) - Out of Total(59)]

Mariusz took part in the 2008 Polish version of Dancing with the Stars, eventually finishing in second place overall.

The last one does mean something. His footwork can't be all bad.

he will be an interesting one to watch.

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Do you have any source for the stats you listed. I'm seriously doubting the 5:40 mile.

Edit: Also even if that number is right it doesn't really relate that well to fighting at least from a speed aspect. A better test of speed would be a 100m or 40yd sprint. Also the cone drill they do for NFL draftees would be good.
Brock ran the 40 yard dash in 4.6 seconds and the NFL guys said he was a freak of nature, for his size and stuff.
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