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    Default Does Sylvia still think he's a better striker than Semmy Schilt?

    New Gp champion 2006, $400,000 richer, beat LeBanner, Hoost and Aerts in final.

    Sure Fedor has fought no good tall strikers.

    hahahahahahahahahahahaha, Tim "The Moron" Sylvia.





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    who cares what Sylvia thinks, he's an idiot!


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    Back to Back Grand Prix Champion, 2005 and 2006, it's pretty sickening when you think about it as the level of competition is so high.

    Schilt would KO Sylvia in under 2 minutes.

    I have also heard plenty of people on here make the same claim that Fedor has never faced any good strikers, then when I brought up Semmy Schilt, they claimed Sylvia was aq better striker and claimed he would actually do well in K-1. I got a good laugh out of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dagreat1
    Back to Back Grand Prix Champion, 2005 and 2006, it's pretty sickening when you think about it as the level of competition is so high.

    Schilt would KO Sylvia in under 2 minutes.

    I have also heard plenty of people on here make the same claim that Fedor has never faced any good strikers, then when I brought up Semmy Schilt, they claimed Sylvia was aq better striker and claimed he would actually do well in K-1. I got a good laugh out of it.
    He still has no loss in K1.
    Would prob have met Bonjasky in final only he got a kick in the gonads.
    That would have been 3 unreal fights.
    Hoost retired.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adriandmangan
    He still has no loss in K1.
    Would prob have met Bonjasky in final only he got a kick in the gonads.
    That would have been 3 unreal fights.
    Hoost retired.

    I thought Semmy just got beat not too long ago there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by adriandmangan
    He still has no loss in K1.
    Would prob have met Bonjasky in final only he got a kick in the gonads.
    That would have been 3 unreal fights.
    Hoost retired.
    Yeah he's something special in K-1, he certainly found a home and a big paycheck.

    Yeah I would have to agree, Bonjasky would've been on the finals if not for a kick to the testi's.

    Hoost was amazing, I would say the best ever K-1 kickboxer so far and was one of the most exciting kickboxers to watch.

    If you want to see a bad mofo, checkout k1max's Buakaw Por Pramuk, the guy is amazing, the best p4p standing fighter in the world.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Luis Cruz
    I thought Semmy just got beat not too long ago there?
    No he was 5-0 leadig up to the semi's and finals so he is now 7-0 I believe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dagreat1
    No he was 5-0 leadig up to the semi's and finals so he is now 7-0 I believe.
    He lost somewhere, maybe it wasn't k-1.

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    This was it, it was k-1 but it was their heros show, mma rules.

    L- Min Soo Kim Submission (Triangle Choke) K-1-Hero's 6 8/5/2006 1 4:46

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luis Cruz
    This was it, it was k-1 but it was their heros show, mma rules.

    L- Min Soo Kim Submission (Triangle Choke) K-1-Hero's 6 8/5/2006 1 4:46
    that's MMA rules, they are talking K-1 rules. He's undefeated in K-1 rules and is back to back World GP champ.

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