Who takes it?
Who takes it?
Yes, great fight. I'll say Mousasi is the first one to figure out the Dragon.
"Without blinking I bitch slapped him right across the face and grabbed him and yelled, "You go out there and beat his ass!!!" Nate "The Rock" Quarry.
"Shit just got real here in the Max!" Michael "The Voice" Schiavello at K-1 World Max Rd of 16 2010, Zambidis vs. Chahid.
If this fight happens a year and a half or two or so, Mousasi takes this on account of his skill and intensity. I wouldn't put Mousasi or Lil Nog up against Machida if I wanted him to be undefeated. IMO, the UFC after Shogun and Rampage is the safest bet............
I think it could be the fight of the year, both of them are extraordinary fighters.
I think Moussasi would win, but who knows, anyway if one day this fight happends I hope it will be in the next 1-2 years.
Mousasi take this one. I would love to see that fight.
Mousasi would find Lyoto and end the undefeated streak. Mousasi can win this fight from anywhere.
1. Junior Dos Santos - 11-1 HW
2. Andrei Arlovski - 15-7 HW
3. Fedor Emelianenko - 31-1 WAMMA HW champion
4. Gegard Mousasi - 28-2 Strikeforce LHW champion
5. Brock Lesnar - 4-1 UFC HW champion
6. Brett Rogers 10-1 HW
7. Antonio Silva 13-2 HW
8. Lyoto Machida - 16-0 UFC LHW champion
9. Muhammed Lawal - 6-0 LHW/HW
10. Shane Carwin - 11-0 HW #1 contender
I got Mousasi, he is a monster.
Fedor Emelianenko is the Greatest P4P MMA fighter to ever walk the earth, hands down.
I'm saying Lyoto, just because no one has even exposed him in the slightest. But if anybody can do it, Mousasi can.
Fights not going to happen first of all and machida will defeat him easily. Nobody has come close to touching machida and it won't be mousasi
Come on guyz, I've been a Mousasi fan since the beginning, but we're talking about Lyoto. Maybe in 4-5 years, but he's still learning.
Machida via TKO round 3
Gegard Mousasi- 25-2-1
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