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The 50 Worst Fighters in UFC History

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Every great sport has been built on the backs of men who absolutely sucked at it — athletes whose hapless failures made the champions’ triumphs look even more outstanding by comparison. Baseball has its Mario Mendozas, its Bob Kammeyers, its Pete Rose Jrs. We have our Joe Sons, our Tiki Ghosns, our James Toneys. So in honor of the brave competitors who proved that MMA is even harder than it looks, we humbly present this “tribute” to the worst UFC fighters of all time.

A couple of notes to start: 1) We chose fighters solely based on their performances inside the Octagon. Some of these fighters achieved great things in other organizations, before or after their time in the UFC; for the purposes of this feature, we’re not really interested in that. 2) Instead of ranking one form of suckitude against another, we’ll group the 50 fighters into sections and arrange them chronologically. Use the links below to navigate, and if we omitted anybody notable, please let us know in the comments section.

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Post #1   7/11/12 9:13:06PM   

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A nice trip down memory lane.

I was wonder where my boy Goulet was, but he had more UFC wins than most of these guys, he had 3 and like 6 losses I think.

Post #2   7/11/12 11:21:04PM   

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Joe el dirte doerkson gotta be there somewhere

Post #3   7/12/12 12:25:01AM   

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I didn't know Ron Jeremy was the ring anouncer for UFC 5

Post #4   7/12/12 9:05:52AM   

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Fun to look at but Mckee is a hell of a fighter who shouldn't have been cut IMO.

Post #5   7/12/12 9:20:22AM   

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Fun to look at but Mckee is a hell of a fighter who shouldn't have been cut IMO.



He was signed specifically to derail. He's boring to a lot of people and was on a huge streak at a late age attracting people to the MFC

Post #6   7/13/12 7:57:05PM   

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Post #7   7/13/12 8:05:33PM   

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A rather disrespectful piece from Cage Potato.

Why am I not surprised?

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Post #8   7/13/12 8:53:53PM   

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Hope to see Dan Lauzon back there one day.

He's still young, he just needs to take it seriously.

Post #9   7/14/12 9:44:08AM   

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Not a ufc fighter but I just can't help to mention this for those who don't know.

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Post #10   7/14/12 5:39:41PM   

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What about everyones favorite runaway artist Kalib Starnes who went 1-3 in the UFC and literally ran his ass out of the promotion.

Post #11   7/21/12 3:13:09PM   

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Also Assuerio Silva was 0-3 and and Christian Morecraft who was Knocked the F out in a 1-3 record.

Post #12   7/21/12 3:23:25PM   

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Posted by mrsmiley

Not a ufc fighter but I just can't help to mention this for those who don't know.

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lol

Choked out by two of the greatest punchers in MMA history.

Crazy that he fought both those guys. Even crazier that he is Chuck's only submission win.

Post #13   7/21/12 10:38:26PM   

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Thought Marvin Eastman should have been higher on the list, The Beastman has been responsible for some of the greatest highlight reel knockouts in the UFC, too bad he was on the wrong end of all of them

Post #14   7/26/12 4:39:37PM   

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Posted by mrsmiley

Not a ufc fighter but I just can't help to mention this for those who don't know.

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lol

Choked out by two of the greatest punchers in MMA history.

Crazy that he fought both those guys. Even crazier that he is Chuck's only submission win.



Hahahaha he probably quit fighting cause he was 0-2. If only he knew what they'd become

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