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    Back then it was Vitor Belfort....now my favourite would have to be GSP baby!

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    Back in the day- Royce Gracie. It was just unbelievable to watch the skinny Brazilian guy make these 300+ pound tap out.

    Now- You really can't go wrong with Randy. Class, athleticism, Champ in 2 weight classes, coach of a reputable fighting team, great ambassador of the sport, etc, etc, etc.

    Though I have to say that I love watching Chuck. He's probably my favorite to watch that is still currently fighting.

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    Changes over time

    Liked Frye and F. Shamrock for awhile and moved to Renzo Gracie, Tito, Sakuraba, Liddell, Hughes, Silva

    and everone loves "The Natural"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhino_Man
    and everone loves "The Natural"

    Naw, I'm not really a huge fan of John Alessio :-P

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    Favorite of all time is Randy "The Nautral" Couture.

    My favorite current fighters are Liddell, GSP, Franklin, Hughes, Swick and Babalu.

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    i had forgot to mention this one before.

    Pat " The Croation Sensation" Miletich.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdude87
    i had forgot to mention this one before.

    Pat " The Croation Sensation" Miletich.
    Pat Militech???

    Is he your favorite because you suffer from insomnia & his fights help you in some way?

    I'm not knocking the guy's achievments or him as a person, but man he was dull when he fought (says me who listed Arona as one of his favorites!!).

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    i say miletich not really in the aspect of his fighting, but more in the aspect of his training and the fighters he has brought out. sorry i should explained that.

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    Coleman, Randleman, Kerr, Baroni and Arona

    in that order

    about Miletich yea he was dull and cheap. i think it was against Mikey burnett were they were tryin to say his grabbing of the pants was such a great technique. he's cheap thats it, great trainer though

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    Until Swick became my favorite fighter, my favorite had to be Mr. Ruthless himself.

    When I started getting into MMA, Robbie Lawler was the man. He's young still, so I guess it is not out of the question for him to still be big in the sport down the road.
    "If there's a little blood, people like to see blood, it makes it interesting." - Forrest Griffin

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