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Old 02-16-2007, 04:42 PM   #21 (permalink)
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7. Matt Lindland
Affiliation: IFL/independent
Weight class: Middleweight
Analysis: Several fighters have left the UFC in the past couple years convinced they'll do better, only to fall flat on their face. Lindland is the exception. The Oregon native and coach of the IFL's Portland Wolf Pack just might be the world's top 185-pound fighter. And he puts his money where his mouth is, earning pound-for-pound honors by fighting up to light heavyweight and taking on the likes of Mike Van Arsdale and Quinton Jackson.

LOL, i like how he LOST to Rampage, but yet HE'S not on this list!! hahaha gg Fox gg

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Old 02-16-2007, 04:46 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Wanderlei..number 10..?


what a joke... his only loss in his weight division is Arona..

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I think the list is great The only change I would make is make Fedor 1 and Chuck # 2.

Give it 6 months and Cro Cop will be number 1 for sure
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Old 02-16-2007, 05:43 PM   #24 (permalink)
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The only thing good on FOX is House and Prison Break. As for the list, we can all agree that Fedor is #1. No matter how big of a Chuck Liddell fan you are, Fedor is #1 P4P.

Correct me if I'm wrong but Pound 4 Pound means they can move up or down in a couple of weight divisions and still be good, right? That's how I see most P4P list, there are alot of fighters that can make the list, including Lindland. Does Lindland deserve to be on the list, not in my opinion. Big Nog, Antonio Rodrigo Noguiera to all you non-Pride watchers, is the #2 Heavyweight in Pride. How he is not on the list is simply amazing.

Wanderlei Silva at #10, even though he is the biggest threat to FOX's #1 P4P fighter Chuck Liddell. There is no one in the UFC, other than Rampage, that can beat Liddell. Now if we broaden the spectrum of fighters to include Pride, IFL, or K-1. Then Liddell doesn't look too menacing when he is standing across the ring/octagon from Wanderlei Silva or Shogun Rua, who is far more dangerous than Silva.

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Analysis: The PRIDE heavyweight champion has long been considered by many the top fighter in the world. His No. 2 ranking on this list has much more to do with a lack of top-notch competition over the past year his last fight against a world-class opponent was nearly a year and a half ago and Liddell's flawless performances, than any problems on Russian monster's part.
Lack of top-notch competition? Pride has some of the best competition but when FOX only looks at the past year or year and half, of course Liddell is going to look better because Fedor was injured for several months with a broken hand. Since January of 2005, Liddell has beaten Coutoure twice, Jeremy Horn, Babalu, and Ortiz. Are these top-notch fighters, a hall of famer who is past his prime, Horn and Babalu are not in Ortiz's league much less Liddell, and Tito Ortiz, who is a top-notch fighter but still manages to lose to Liddell. Since January of 2005, Fedor has beaten only two top-notch fighters Mirko CroCop and Mark Hunt, he also fought Coleman, Martins, and Kohsaka but they are not in his league nor are they top-notch fighters.

I think by just looking at the last two years of a fighters career to judge them is a complete cop out. Fedor would/should be #1 because he would have fought more had he not broken his hand pounding Martins face in at December's Shockwave 2005. He didn't fight until 10 months later against Mark Coleman, which he defeated by pounding his face in.

I think it's safe to say that FOX Sports really doesn't know what there doing or what they're saying.
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The only thing good on FOX is House and Prison Break. As for the list, we can all agree that Fedor is #1. No matter how big of a Chuck Liddell fan you are, Fedor is #1 P4P.

Correct me if I'm wrong but Pound 4 Pound means they can move up or down in a couple of weight divisions and still be good, right? That's how I see most P4P list, there are alot of fighters that can make the list, including Lindland. Does Lindland deserve to be on the list, not in my opinion. Big Nog, Antonio Rodrigo Noguiera to all you non-Pride watchers, is the #2 Heavyweight in Pride. How he is not on the list is simply amazing.

Wanderlei Silva at #10, even though he is the biggest threat to FOX's #1 P4P fighter Chuck Liddell. There is no one in the UFC, other than Rampage, that can beat Liddell. Now if we broaden the spectrum of fighters to include Pride, IFL, or K-1. Then Liddell doesn't look too menacing when he is standing across the ring/octagon from Wanderlei Silva or Shogun Rua, who is far more dangerous than Silva.



Lack of top-notch competition? Pride has some of the best competition but when FOX only looks at the past year or year and half, of course Liddell is going to look better because Fedor was injured for several months with a broken hand. Since January of 2005, Liddell has beaten Coutoure twice, Jeremy Horn, Babalu, and Ortiz. Are these top-notch fighters, a hall of famer who is past his prime, Horn and Babalu are not in Ortiz's league much less Liddell, and Tito Ortiz, who is a top-notch fighter but still manages to lose to Liddell. Since January of 2005, Fedor has beaten only two top-notch fighters Mirko CroCop and Mark Hunt, he also fought Coleman, Martins, and Kohsaka but they are not in his league nor are they top-notch fighters.

I think by just looking at the last two years of a fighters career to judge them is a complete cop out. Fedor would/should be #1 because he would have fought more had he not broken his hand pounding Martins face in at December's Shockwave 2005. He didn't fight until 10 months later against Mark Coleman, which he defeated by pounding his face in.

I think it's safe to say that FOX Sports really doesn't know what there doing or what they're saying.
how neither of the Nogueria twins made that list is jawdropping
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