From MMA Weekly: "Several years back, (Mark Kerr) was one of the most dominant fighters in the sport. His size, wrestling and effective ground and pound were tough for many fighters to deal with. But he hit a steady decline starting in the Pride 2000 Grand Prix, getting beaten by Kazuyuki Fujita. After back-to-back losses to Igor Borisov and Igor Vovchanchyn, the "Smashing Machine" took two and a half years off, only to come back to another losing effort to Yoshihisa Yamamoto at Pride 27."
I may be losing my memory in my old age, but I'm pretty sure Kerr beat Borisov by "can opener" neck crank. Seriously, guys, check your facts before you put up a story.