Suprisingly Bigfoot actually DID win the fight, that's why he TKO'd Browne and there's that weird W on his record right now.
As far as Brown having "more skills" than anyother HW with, you're simply flatout wrong.
Browne has excellent physical attributes and alot of potential, he's big and he's agile. BUT, his striking isn't anywhere near on par with that of say Overeem or JDS or Hunt, his BJJ isn't anywhere near Werdum, Mir, Gonzaga, Big Nog or Barnett, his wrestling isn't anywhere near close to Cormier or Cain and his GNP isn't anywhere near that of Bigfoot or Fedor. So please, seriously explain to me how he's got more skills than every other HW? Are you suggesting that he is more well-rounded? Because I haven't see that from him either, the top HWs all have alot more to their games than Browne, in which his major advantage will just be size and even that will disappear against some HWs.
All I can see is that he's got alot of potential(but I'd give the bump to Stipe looking down the line) and he's a really big HW. But I've yet to see how he has somehow separated himself from the pack, hell, I've yet to see him look like a Top Ten, so exactly how does he have more skills than the rest of the divison?
With the loss to Bigfoot, I have Browne at the top of the HW prospect pack with the likes of Stipe, SDR, Herman, Jordan and Schaub(in that order). His biggest win is against Struve and he was totally flat against Kongo.
The funny thing is, while you seem to be hanging off of Browne, by devaluing Bigfoot(who is a legitimate challenger), you're just knocking down your boy Browne, making it sound like he shit the bed against some can, which is incorrect.
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He maintained his composure and recovered really fast hardly something you ever see from someone who was nearly finished.
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