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  • 08-14-2006, 10:46 PM
    binimac
    good slams:
    tito vs tanner
    hughes vs trigg
    hughes vs newton

    and the best punch i ever seen landed EVER
    arlovski vs sylvia
  • 08-14-2006, 09:54 PM
    djimprint
    I'll even throw Burkman v Morgan in there for both.

    Burkman slammed Morgan something fierce and KO'ed him....
    then managed to slam 7 or 8 elbows in his face before the ref stopped it.

    It was really brutal.

    Burkman was even a mess afterwards.
  • 08-14-2006, 07:52 PM
    dagreat1
    Quote Originally Posted by Salvy_Mic
    I still remember my reaction when I first saw Matt Hughes reverse a triangle into, well, a powerbomb. I mean, this was very impressive to me because not only did Hughes pick Newton up onto his shoulders, he carried him halfway across the Octagon and to the fence before finally slamming him unconscious. Quite fitting for Hughes to begin his era of dominance with a knockout...by way of slam.

    Hughes actually went out first, that was the whole reasoning for his dropping to the canvas, not to slam, but to sleep. Newton was robbed in that victory. I'm a huge Hughes fan and always have been but newton deserved the belt in that fight.
  • 08-14-2006, 07:41 PM
    dagreat1
    Quote Originally Posted by Alvin
    There are planty of KO DVD's out there already if you want to a collection.

    Some of the best from UFC & Pride have to be:

    Tank Abbot Vs Steve Nelmark at Ultimate Ultimate 96 (UFC)
    Brad Kholer Vs Steve Judson at UFC22 1999
    Gary Goodridge Vs Paul Herrera UFC8 1996.
    Rampage Vs Arona Pride Critical Countdown 2004
    Chuck Liddle Vs Guy Mezger Pride14 2001
    Wanderlie Silva Vs Rampage Jackson Pride 28 2004.

    Others:
    Renzo Gracie Vs Oleg Taktarov MARS 1996
    Vitor Belfort Vs Jon Hess Superbrawl 1996.
    Yes great list, one of my personal favorites is the Gary Goodridge elbows, the first one KO'ed Herrera and the other 7 or 8 were just added bonus. The slow mo replay is really nice.
  • 08-14-2006, 07:30 PM
    CHUCKtheCHAMP
    most chuck fights end in good ko's... wandy rampage is a good one... cro cop vs igor was a good ko, cro cop vs alex E. was another good ko... shit theres alot... as for slams. you might try tito vs evan tanner... randy vs chuck 1, and some matt hughes fights...
  • 08-14-2006, 05:53 PM
    TapOut27
    Quote Originally Posted by Salvy_Mic
    I still remember my reaction when I first saw Matt Hughes reverse a triangle into, well, a powerbomb. I mean, this was very impressive to me because not only did Hughes pick Newton up onto his shoulders, he carried him halfway across the Octagon and to the fence before finally slamming him unconscious. Quite fitting for Hughes to begin his era of dominance with a knockout...by way of slam.
    Hughes also passed out due the triangle, as he had no idea what happened after that. He looked so lost.
  • 08-14-2006, 02:15 PM
    Salvy_Mic
    I still remember my reaction when I first saw Matt Hughes reverse a triangle into, well, a powerbomb. I mean, this was very impressive to me because not only did Hughes pick Newton up onto his shoulders, he carried him halfway across the Octagon and to the fence before finally slamming him unconscious. Quite fitting for Hughes to begin his era of dominance with a knockout...by way of slam.
  • 08-14-2006, 11:01 AM
    ronin
    Quote Originally Posted by NinjaShogunRua
    a good slam to add to the list is Randleman vs Fedor at Critical Countdown 2004. Great slam, and recovery.
    That was wicked Fedor could have broke his neck and died..

    You got alot of fights to catch up to years of Pride and UFC fights.
    Rampage has alot of good slams also matt hughes.
  • 08-14-2006, 10:11 AM
    ArMnHC
    Quote Originally Posted by TapOut27
    That video was awesome. Reminded me how sweet some of slams where. Props to Frank Shamrocks slam, and it was nice to see rampages powerbomb slam, that was vicious.
    yeah my favorite slam of the video is Rampage on Arona! that was seriously something incredible!!! Rampage is the man
  • 08-14-2006, 04:01 AM
    Salvy_Mic
    Apparently, he was in the hospital right after that fight and wore a neck brace for the next 3 days. Let's see, strength, power, speed, intelligence, technique, and immense heart. That my friends, is one dangerous man.
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