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  • 09-17-2006, 11:07 PM
    AJL416AZ
    Quote Originally Posted by ArMnHC
    Penn and GSP come to mind!

    if you want to see the "perfect fighter" though...genetically engineer a fighter with Chuck, Tito, and Randy DNA in him! LMAO


    hahaha, if you want a perfect fighter

    ...watch FEDOR


    i'll jump off his nuts now though
  • 09-17-2006, 08:21 PM
    Intellectual
    Quote Originally Posted by Donny77
    Its hard to distinguish "complete" fighters.. Mostly b/c a fighters success isn't always contingent on being well rounded. Ie Mirko..
    true

    but i disagree with the Cro Cop example. Cro Cop is WELL ROUNDED, he just doesn't show his ground skills. He has trained with Fabricio Werdum and apparently his defense against submissions have gotten a whole lot better from the training.

    so in my opinion Cro Cop is another example of a well rounded fighter.
  • 09-17-2006, 06:42 PM
    Donny77
    Its hard to distinguish "complete" fighters.. Mostly b/c a fighters success isn't always contingent on being well rounded. Ie Mirko..
  • 09-17-2006, 05:34 PM
    Intellectual
    most have been mentioned, but ONE that i think deserves to be mentioned is:

    Kazushi "The Gracie Hunter" Sakuraba

    20-9-1 may not seem like an incredible record, but he's proved that he has incredible submissions, great ground game, good strikes, and his leg kicks are sick.

    he's lost to top notch fighters like Vovchanchyn, Wanderlei (2 times i think), Cro Cop, Big Nog etc..
  • 09-17-2006, 05:22 AM
    ArMnHC
    Quote Originally Posted by chungt79
    Josh Barnett.

    I always found him to be one fo the most technically sound fighters and he rarely fails to impress me when he gets someone on the ground.

    He seems know exactly what he's doing and I would pick him as one of the most complete and entertaining fighters.

    Of course, there are others but I thought I would leave a mention about Barnett

    I just he loses that fat arouind his waist and he would look somewhat like a real fighter
    his record is 18-4...that may not look impressive to some people, but 3 of the 4 losses are to CroCop and one to a Rizzo when he was at his prime! Barnett kicks ass and will be back, guaranteed!
  • 09-17-2006, 05:18 AM
    chungt79
    Josh Barnett.

    I always found him to be one fo the most technically sound fighters and he rarely fails to impress me when he gets someone on the ground.

    He seems know exactly what he's doing and I would pick him as one of the most complete and entertaining fighters.

    Of course, there are others but I thought I would leave a mention about Barnett

    I just he loses that fat arouind his waist and he would look somewhat like a real fighter
  • 09-17-2006, 04:20 AM
    ArMnHC
    Penn and GSP come to mind!

    if you want to see the "perfect fighter" though...genetically engineer a fighter with Chuck, Tito, and Randy DNA in him! LMAO
  • 09-17-2006, 02:55 AM
    startrak
    Fedor (of course, get it out of the way)

    Nogueira brothers
    Wanderlei Silva (in his weight class)
    Denis Kang
    Gomi
  • 09-17-2006, 12:49 AM
    puertorican_ko_king
    in my mind it would be bj penn and frank. people that might make this list later would be matt hughes and diego sanchez if he learn to stand up better.
  • 09-16-2006, 11:48 PM
    shenku68
    Presently I would have to go with Fedor and Shogun.

    In the past Don Frye.
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