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    Quote Originally Posted by devildude
    sell/smith scott drilled him after being hit with that body shot

    i agree, thats the fisrt fight that came to mind when i started reading this thread, that was just an impressive recovery

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    Quote Originally Posted by tapper
    did severn really weigh that much back then, i've met the guy recently and he didn't seem that big.
    He actually weighed 250+/-.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBranMan
    yeah, i gotta go smith/sell, but neer/guillard was a good one. and he wasn't really behind, but going from being slightly handled to dominance would be frank shamrock/tito
    i wouldnt say Smith/Sell was really a comeback victory. Smith was handing it to Sell the whole fight and only got tagged with that one punch. but it was still a very "impressive" victory and an awesome fight!

    ill agree with Afro...Rampage/Arona would be the top choice!


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    Dan weighed 265 for that fight and GnPing the life out of Gracie. Dan made a small mistake and Royce got the choke. Still the best come from behind victory I have ever seen.

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    Hughes vs Trigg 2... That was badass...

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    I have to say

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    Just because I was completely gutted after those fights...

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    Rampage/Arona and like many have mentioned the more recent fight between BJ Penn and Matt Hughes. Also Shoni vs Serra 1 was a pretty good one... the spinning back fist out of nowhere.

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    Hughes vs. Carlos Newton
    Hughes vs. Trigg 2
    Fedor vs. Randleman (What a suplex)
    Joe San vs. Keith Hackney (Dominated on the ground so he punches Joe in the nuts 5 times)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonFrye
    Joe San vs. Keith Hackney (Dominated on the ground so he punches Joe in the nuts 5 times)
    I watched that fight on video and I just cringed when he started punching him in the nuts and Big John did nothing to stop it. I have to assume his nuts were the size of grape fruits after that.

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    Couture VS Randleman... Randleman was controlling him on the groud for a while and working against the fence then Randy reverses gets on top and pounds him out.

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