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March 11, 2010 at 3:34 am
despite fadors talens which are pretty impressive, anderson is still a god and i think the mma world deserves to see them fight just for the simple fact that the skill set they have surpasses anyone else by far and it would also let us know how much better an mma fighter can get in the future
March 11, 2010 at 5:08 am
Zak…….do u have any idea what Fedor would do to Anderson? lol…f*cken tuff noob.
March 11, 2010 at 5:25 am
good vid. rogan knows whats up.. but sadly m1 will never let him fight in the ufc.
Bla — anyone who uses words like tuff nob &, nuthugger are very sad . you live a sad life my friend. … also both of you forgot that fedor is heavywieght and anderson is middlewieght who can fight at LH . they fight in diff orgs , the fight will never happen .
March 11, 2010 at 5:27 am
Forget Fedor vs Anderson…I wanna see Machida vs Anderson…alas, this fight, too appears as unlikely to happen. (Fail!)…And If Fedor wanted to…He could make any fight he wants to happen….M-1 can do nothing w/o him and they know it
March 11, 2010 at 8:33 am
Backed up cro cop. Any top fighter can back up cro cop these days. And yes I know that fight was when cro cop was in his prime. And also nog? Coleman?? both washed up also. agreed Fedor is at the top of his game. He needs to fight someone Like Brock or Cain Valesquez then we will see who the true heavyweight is
March 11, 2010 at 8:36 am
Hey kush Anderson walks around 225 and fedor 230 so how can that not be possilbe man. Fedor got rocked by Fujita who is not even a high level striker he tangled with Brett. When was the last time you seen Anderson rocked on his feet?
March 12, 2010 at 3:51 am
Jay? No offense man, but you are in some serious denial. First of all you are referring to the only time in Fedor's career that he was hurt and it was when he fought Fujita in 2003. And with regards to Nog? Fedor beat him when Nogueira was in his prime back in 2003 when he was 19-1-1!!! And then he beat him again in late 2004 to make it 2 of Nogueira's first 3 losses. Washed up? Come on man that's pure Dana White denial. Don't get sucked into it. And please don't tell people that Fedor needs to fight a guy with a 4-1 record in order to prove how good he is. And by the way, the last time we all saw Anderson Silva get rocked on his feet was when Ryo Chonan beat him. Chonan was winning on the cards and then finished it off with one of the most embarrassing/highlight reel submissions ever. Trust me, I think Silva is amazing but your facts are just wrong…snap out of it dude. And give Fedor the respect he deserves. Despite what these UFC diehards say, Dana is the main reason why we don't see him in the UFC. In my opinion, we won't as long as White is still involved because he knows what Fedor will do to his fighters after all of the childish sh*t that he has talked.
March 12, 2010 at 3:56 am
Kush, by the way, you have it backwards. The UFC is the only fight promotion who doesn't cross promote. You can't be serious about M-1 being the roadblock, right? M-1 would kill to be in bed with a mega giant like the UFC. The UFC doesn't feel that it would benefit them to cross promote – and they are probably right from a business standpoint. But it sucks for us fans.
March 12, 2010 at 10:07 am
Who cares? Its a moot point.
Great fighters sign with promotions where they believe they will face the best competition. So if one wants to see Fedor bouts then watch Strike Force and stop crying about his choice of promotions.
March 12, 2010 at 3:21 pm
mma yard bro, Dana offered fedor 30 million for a 5 fight contract to fedor. Thats 5 million per fight!!! and fedor turns it down because he cant be a man and say no to his greedy mafia manager. M1 and aint shit and so isnt strikeforce Fedor needs to go to the ufc and Dana has tried everything in his power to do so. DONT blame for dana for fedor not coming. Fedor's manager wanted to use Dana and make money without working hard
March 12, 2010 at 8:50 pm
i don't think that your record matters as much as fights you are currently taking when you want to determine who is the best
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