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    Mac Danzig, walked threw TUF,only to be hot and cold his entire UFC career.

    Aso,Joe Daddy and Kenny Florian, super hard workers that never had the IT factor to bring them into championships.
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    Quote Originally Posted by initial_zen View Post
    I know many people will disagree (about him being mediocre), but i think that Melvin Guillard should be considered. He made a few good streaks in the ufc, but I don't see him as much more than a gatekeeper.
    Gatekeepers are below elite status and above mediocrity.

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    Soa Palelei won eight in a row before returning to the UFC with all of his fights being finishes and his last loss coming at the hands of Daniel Cormier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat--Smasher View Post
    Jon Fitch.

    Mediocre as in will never will a UFC title.
    by those standards, chael sonnen comes immediately to mind.

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    Hard pressed not to mention Alistair Overeem's can crushing run.

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    Not one Bob Sapp reference?
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    Quote Originally Posted by KevoOnTheRadio View Post
    Not one Bob Sapp reference?
    Well, he never really put together a good string of WINS lol. At his "PEDs best" his longest string was three straight and five out of his first six. In there, he was up against cans, the undersized Tamura and the suspect Takayama.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fedorlei Gomipierre View Post
    Well, he never really put together a good string of WINS lol. At his "PEDs best" his longest string was three straight and five out of his first six. In there, he was up against cans, the undersized Tamura and the suspect Takayama.
    He had a really good 2002. Only losses were to Big Nog in PRIDE, a fight where he had him in serious trouble and a DQ to Tsuyoshi Nakasako in K1. Hell, he TKOed Ernesto Hoost TWICE and Cyril Abidi in 2002 in K1. That dude OWNED Japan in 2002.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KevoOnTheRadio View Post
    He had a really good 2002. Only losses were to Big Nog in PRIDE, a fight where he had him in serious trouble and a DQ to Tsuyoshi Nakasako in K1. Hell, he TKOed Ernesto Hoost TWICE and Cyril Abidi in 2002 in K1. That dude OWNED Japan in 2002.
    True, K1 is a different story with him than his MMA career though.

    And from that, I'm totally incredulous with regard to Sapp's entire MMA run in Japan and how much of it was potentially a work.

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