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    One of my favourites...


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    Wandy/Page II
    I'm going to have to agree with this one. Rampage has a great chin and for him to get dropped like that speaks for itself IMO.

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    Marquart vs Woodley?

    Though I must say my fav has been posted by RD in the form of Silva vs Fryklund.
    There is also the fight between Cyborg and Manhoef and if you haven't seen it...watch it right now!
    FW-Hominick, Weichel
    LW-Stout, Cerrone, Jim Miller
    WW-GSP, Fitch, Goulet, Rory
    MW-Shlemenko
    LHW-Jones
    HW-Carwin, Barry, Russow

    RRR=the Rhonda Rousey Resistance

    classic - "this is the dumbest thing Ive ever heard. thats like me having a picture of Hitler posted, and saying "I dont believe in his politics, but I like to hear him talk" W.Silva>C.Norris

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    Pulver VS Lewis KO was the first KO that made me leap up from my seat. Then Penn VS Uno.Those two KO's started me on the way to my MMA addiction.

    Also CC VS Aleks Emelianenko, CC VS Igor V, Wand VS Kondo, Wand VS Metzger.

    When ever i think of great KO's i go back to the ones that really got me even more interested in MMA.
    Fav Fighters: Penn, Wand, Fedor, Genki, Shields, Rashad, Pulver, Diaz bros, Melendez.

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    Belfort/Eastman

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    This is the first KO I remember watching that really stood out

    "If a man with no arms and a man with no legs started learning karate, the same light bulb would appear over every head in Japan. That’s right: Glue them together and see if it can kill a panda."

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    Tank v steve nomark

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    I was most invested in the two Chael/Anderson fights, love both those fighters. I thought Andy's knee hit Chael's face in the second fight for the longest time. What a comical twist of fate.

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    For the nostalgia:

    Tank vs. Steve Nelmark

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    Sooo I'm getting a message that I can't post more than one video in a single post... Is that right???!?? Anyway, here's another old school KO

    Brad Kohler vs. Steve judson

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