"I do, however, think it exposed Fedor's biggest weakest--if there is such a thing with the T-1000.
He get's hit...and his chin is not impervious to punching power. Crocop almost nailed him with some nasty straight lefts, any one of which would have knocked him out if they'd connected, IMO.
That's why I'd give Arlovski a legitimate shot to beat him if they ever fought."
But the key is that you said "almost" and "would have.....if...." and that CC was simply unable to.
Fujita proved that Fedor can be hurt but I think its been mentioned a lot that if a fighter of Fujita's size and power, regardless of his actual overal boxing technique, hits you flush, you will go down. Isnt that what happened to Crocop against Randleman?
Fedor avoided all of CC's power shots or if he got hit with any, he took them without it effecting the fight. Regardless of whether CC hits harder or less than Fujita, the bottom line is that he just was able to really hit Fedor with any shots that turned the fight in his favour.
Saying that "if" he would have hit him flush and that it "would have knocked him out" is like saying if A left his arm out and B caught it, B would have submitted A.