5 reasons Brock will beat Fedor

 He is a better fighter

wheres the other 7

dumb thread. The sad part is it could have been a good thread because there are a few legit reasons.

1. Size
2. Athleticism
3. Wrestling
4. Career Arc (Brock is just starting, Fedor may finish soon, who knows?)
5. BLAB

DannyOcean - dumb thread. The sad part is it could have been a good thread because there are a few legit reasons.



1. Size

2. Athleticism

3. Wrestling

4. Career Arc (Brock is just starting, Fedor may finish soon, who knows?)

5. BLAB


or how about he's just better

These sherdog Noobs are fucking lazy.

inf0 - 1. Size - Has never mattered against Fedor (HMC, Zulu, almost every fighter he's fought has been bigger than him)

2. Athleticism - Also has not mattered, see Randleman.

3. Wrestling - See Coleman, Randleman and Lindland

4. Career Arc - Fedor is still on his way up, he's recently pollished two recent UFC HW Champs, and he'd love to hang a few more heads on his wall I'm sure.

5. BLAB - See no.2




name one 280 pound wrestler with great sub-defense Fedor has ever faced.

Oh wait, never.

Every wrestler Fedor's ever faced has been an MMA sham. Coleman and Randleman would get subbed by my little sister. lol at Lindland, two weight classes below and still would have had him down if not for a rope grab.

Fedor's never seen a guy like Brock. Now, Brock's never seen a guy like Fedor either. It's a very interesting fight from both angles. But for you to simply dismiss the whole thing like "Oh, Fedor has beaten big guys like HMC and wrestlers like Randleman" makes you look like a retard. Brock is 5 levels above both of those guys.

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 "name one 280 pound wrestler with great sub-defense Fedor has ever faced."



how do you know brock has great sub defense?



the one submission artist he's fought...he got subbed by



the second time he fought mir, he wasn't on the ground much.



other than that we haven't really seen him on the ground to see(minus riding herring like a pony).





ToWeakToBeAfiGhter - 
so basically when psychiatrist shows you a picture of a sword you tell him its a penis. And you expect them to release you?


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inf0 - 
DannyOcean - 
inf0 - 1. Size - Has never mattered against Fedor (HMC, Zulu, almost every fighter he's fought has been bigger than him)

2. Athleticism - Also has not mattered, see Randleman.

3. Wrestling - See Coleman, Randleman and Lindland

4. Career Arc - Fedor is still on his way up, he's recently pollished two recent UFC HW Champs, and he'd love to hang a few more heads on his wall I'm sure.

5. BLAB - See no.2




name one 280 pound wrestler with great sub-defense Fedor has ever faced.

Oh wait, never.

Every wrestler Fedor's ever faced has been an MMA sham. Coleman and Randleman would get subbed by my little sister. lol at Lindland, two weight classes below and still would have had him down if not for a rope grab.

Fedor's never seen a guy like Brock. Now, Brock's never seen a guy like Fedor either. It's a very interesting fight from both angles. But for you to simply dismiss the whole thing like "Oh, Fedor has beaten big guys like HMC and wrestlers like Randleman" makes you look like a retard. Brock is 5 levels above both of those guys.
Yeahhh.. and I look retarded.. lol


 


Hate to break it to you...

But if you compare Brock to Hong Man Choi, then yes, you look retarded.

Fedor could get a sub. But Brock could also pound him out. He just did it to a great sub artist.

pigpen -  "name one 280 pound wrestler with great sub-defense Fedor has ever faced."



how do you know brock has great sub defense?



the one submission artist he's fought...he got subbed by



the second time he fought mir, he wasn't on the ground much.



other than that we haven't really seen him on the ground to see(minus riding herring like a pony).







Ok, change the statement to "any subdefense at all".



And by the way, nearly the entire second Mir fight was on the ground. Are you retarded? The first time he fought mir he had been training for around a year's time. 

 

Canseco is a contender. Choi looks like he just got shot with a 45

lol if you are going to argue about HMC being awesome then I'll just let my points stand, and concede that you are crazy and cannot be moved from your position despite any evidence.

2-2 career with a win against a pro baseball player and a comedian. lofuckingl

pigpen -  "

the second time he fought mir, he wasn't on the ground much.





did you see the second fight? wasnt on the ground much. You sir may want to get your eyes checked or clean you TV screen off.

 

Lesnar by KO 12 seconds

 1 Word, 2 Lettters ..



F5.

 could Fedor do that? Even Kurt Angle had a look of shock and awe on his face

DannyOcean - Every wrestler Fedor's ever faced has been an MMA sham.

What? Coleman was still the best wrestler in the HW division at the time, when Fedor faced him. He had also only lost to Nog since being the #1 HW in MMA and was still generally ranked top-10. So how did that make Coleman an "MMA sham"?

And Randleman was a former UFC HW champ who was just coming off his biggest win ever by KTFO-ing a top-3 HW in Cro Cop and exploding back into the HW rankings - so how was Randleman an "MMA sham" as well?

This is really just quintessentially the noob-revisionist perspective here. No one actually around at the time considered Coleman and Randleman to be just an "MMA sham" at that point, when those fights actually happened.

(And name a better, more effective wrestler in the HW division than Coleman was.)

So what exactly is your definition of "MMA sham" then - when it even includes actual top-ranked fighters in MMA in the context of the time? And is Maia or Aoki an "MMA sham" today for largely relying on only one dimension of MMA? And how is Brock not an "MMA sham" for relying mostly on his size, power, and wrestling to win - which is essentially the same thing Coleman did in his time as well?

(And btw, what's especially funny is that Coleman has only been subbed by Fedor and Nog in his entire career. And those two are the two greatest HW's in MMA history. Plus, Coleman revolutionized GnP and took it to another level from where it had previously been. He was also the #1 in MMA twice in his career. So just overall, Coleman has certainly accomplished more in MMA than Brock has at this point.

So how was Coleman an "MMA sham" - while Brock is not?)