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post #11 of 90 (permalink) Old 12-12-2010, 08:44 PM
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1. Overeem
2. Melendez
3. Aoki
4. Nick Diaz
5. Daley
6. Alvarez
7. Fedor
8. Miller
9. Mousasi
10. Woodley (This guy is future champ!)



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post #12 of 90 (permalink) Old 12-12-2010, 11:20 PM
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My list...in order.

1. Werdum
2. Ubereem
3. Melendez - I don't get why Aoki is on so many lists.
4. Fedor
5. Nick Diaz
6. Jacare
7. Lombard
8. Dan Henderson-I want him in some good matchups before he retires. Belfort, Wandy, Forrest all seem like fun fights.
9. Feijao
10. Jorge Santiago

I think King Mo, Mousassi, Aoki, and Rogers are all pretty overrated.
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post #13 of 90 (permalink) Old 12-13-2010, 12:01 AM
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1. Overeem (Biggest signing - he could very well be the best HW in the world)
2. Fedor
3. Rogers
4. Nick Diaz at WW
5. Noons (as a MMA lightweight)
6. Lombard
7. Feijao
8. Moussasi
9. Eddie Alvarez
10. Werdum
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post #14 of 90 (permalink) Old 12-13-2010, 01:40 AM Thread Starter
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Nice list, this is mine with a few modifications:

1. Fedor
2. Cormier
3. Melendez
4. Jacare
5. Hector Lombard
6. Mousasi
7. Lawal
8. Alvarez
9. Overeem
10. Nick Diaz

In no particular order.
i honestly believe that Bellator will be out of business within a year. wether fighters like Lombard, Alvarez and Raphael Davis sign with UFC or Strikeforce or somewhere else remain to be seen, but if they dont sign with ufc they definetly belong on this list.

i also believe that Overeem and Nick Diaz are UFC bound soon, especially if Nick Diaz can "play the game"

Following: Cain , JDS, Werdum, Shogun, Machida, Weidman, Pettis, Aldo, Melendez
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Jacare
Overeem
Fedor
Melendez
Lombard
Alvarez
Moussasi
Mo Lawal
Feijao
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Gerald Harris
Like many i also felt like that was a bullshit release, but i dont see him being among the top fighters.

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Paul Daley... Although if he KOs Noons and Diaz i think Dana may back track on what he said after UFC 113
Hes definetly one of the top fighters and he proved it numerous times despite being somewhat 1d, but at the same time the UFC is right by never letting him back after what he did.

The most common additions i see are Alistair Overeem, nick diaz, hector lombard and eddie alvarez. I definetly think they should all be in the top 10, but i also think they will sooner rather then later be in ufc. Overeem said he wants to be the ufc champion, nick diaz claimed the same. Regarding Bellator and its fighters future, its unknown at the moment so we have to see how much can bellator survive.

Following: Cain , JDS, Werdum, Shogun, Machida, Weidman, Pettis, Aldo, Melendez
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In order:

1- Overeem
2- Melendez
3- Lombard
4- Alvarez
5- Werdum
6- Jacare
7- Mayhem
8- Diaz
9- Daley
10- Fedor

Maybe Feijao and Mousasi too. I'd like for Lawal, Cromier and Joe Warren to get a bit more experience first.



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Jason 'Mayhem Miller
Alistair Overeem
Gilbert Melendez
Fedor Emelianenko
Eddie Alvarez
Hector Lombard
Ronaldo 'Jacare' Souza
Paul Daley
Bibiano Fernandes
Gegard Mousasi

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What is the big deal with Daley? Other than not being able to compete for the title in this division...since there are so many good wrestlers at the top...what fights are there really for him? What stand up wars could he even be in at 170 in the UFC? Alves is the only fight that I think would be a really good fight for Daley. There really isn't many strikers in this division. I see no need to bring Daley back...nothing that exciting for him in teh UFC.
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What is the big deal with Daley? Other than not being able to compete for the title in this division...since there are so many good wrestlers at the top...what fights are there really for him? What stand up wars could he even be in at 170 in the UFC? Alves is the only fight that I think would be a really good fight for Daley. There really isn't many strikers in this division. I see no need to bring Daley back...nothing that exciting for him in teh UFC.
Condit, Hardy, Sanchez, MacDonald, Penn and Diaz are all fights I wouldn't mind seeing.
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