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post #1 of 40 (permalink) Old 02-15-2007, 02:29 AM Thread Starter
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Greatest Single Fight Performance Ever

What is the greatest single fight performance ever in the UFC. We're not talking about the best fighter ever...just the Wilt Chamberlain 100 points in a game type of performances. Some possibilities........

GSP (GSP-Hughes 2)
Matt Hughes (Hughes-Trigg 2)
Diego Sanchez (Sanchez-Parisan)
Forrest Griffen (Griffen-Ortiz)
Tito Ortiz (Ortiz-Shamrock 1)
Jason McDonald (Macdonald-Herman)
BJ Penn (Penn-Hughes 2)
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26 post.. ur obviously an mma noob who just got into the game or just discovered mma so i wont take u seriously good bye
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26 post.. ur obviously an mma noob who just got into the game or just discovered mma so i wont take u seriously good bye
Just because he has 26 posts he's an "mma noob" nice comment. I didn't know your post count equals how much you know about mma.
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26 post.. ur obviously an mma noob who just got into the game or just discovered mma so i wont take u seriously good bye
if you dont have anything nice to post dont past anything at all..lol

having said that i think its very hard to determine a single greatest performance b/c the game has changed a lot since its creation.

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1. Silva v Franklin (every second is a highlight, my most watched)
2. Silva v. Leben (a clinic, plus it's Leben getting beat up...looks too easy...maybe choreographed? )
3. Hughes v Trigg 2 ( best comeback)
4. GSP v Hughes 2 (I wanted GSP to win..but I didn't think he would be that dominant)
5. Hughes v Newton 1 (best double KO)



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26 post.. ur obviously an mma noob who just got into the game or just discovered mma so i wont take u seriously good bye
I guess because you have 158 post that means your hot shit. I hope I wont have to see a 159th...

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c'mon Ortiz vs Shamrock.... Mcdonald vs Herman? Those are nowhere near being the best matches in history. But I guess thats your opinion so Im not gonna flame them. In my opinion Griffin vs. Bonnar just because it went to a decision after a great performance from both fighters leaving them out of gas. Both exhibited great will to win while using all of their skills to give one of the greatest stand up battles.
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Hughes' win over Penn the single greatest fight performance ? i dont think so, Penn/Hughes 1 maybe... considering that was a schooling

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c'mon Ortiz vs Shamrock.... Mcdonald vs Herman? Those are nowhere near being the best matches in history
A 'Greatest Single Fight Performance', and best fights in history, are 2 completely different topics

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