Don't understand what I am talking about? I doubt the official term is "triangle situation", but I am referencing what happens when fighter a beats fighter b, fighter b beats fighter c, and fighter c beats fighter a. I am just curious how many situations there are out there where this has happened.
I also wanted to know if you thought that in this situation, all three fighters retain a clean slate (seeing as basically they all won one, and lost one)?
I can only think of two off the top of my head.
Chuck Liddell beat Wanderlei Silva -> Wanderlei Silva beat Keith Jardine -> Keith Jardine beat Chuck Liddell.
and most recently:
Josh Thomson beat Gilbert Melendez -> Gilbert Melendez beat Clay Guida -> Clay Guida beat Josh Thomson.
So does anyone else know of any situations like this, and if so, how many?
BJ Penn beat Matt Serra-> Matt Serra beat GSP-> GSP beat BJ Penn
chuck > wand > Rampage
Rampage > arona > Wand
Couture > Sylvia > Ricco
I thought of some more
Brandon Vera beat Frank Mir->Frank Mir beat Tim Sylvia->Tim Sylvia beat Brandon Vera
Randy Couture beat Tito Ortiz->Tito Ortiz beat Vitor Belfort-> Vitor Belfort beat Randy Couture
Sakuraba beat Belfort--> Belfort beat wanderlei--> Wanderlei beat Sakuraba
Sakuraba beat randleman--> Randleman beat Cro Cop--> Cro Cop beat sakuraba
Here's one for ya (gee I better not mess this up)
^Cheater! using the same guys more than once! J/K
How about a Hexagon?
Jardine beat Forrest
Forrest beat Shogun
Shogun beat Rampage
Rampage beat Chuck
Chuck beat Wandy
Wandy beat Jardine