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Who is the best champ?
Rampage 12 21%
Sean Sherk 17 30%
Randy Couture 19 34%
Matt serra 2 4%
Murrilio Rua 4 7%
Fran Shamrock 2 4%
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I agree, Couture did look good, but Tim made him look really good.

Post #16   6/30/07 2:40:20AM   

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Posted by cowcatcher

as far as past dominance by a champion goes i had to go with hughes, id put wandy or even chuck on there too for dominating with the belt



I completely agree

Post #17   6/30/07 3:14:49AM   

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I think Urijah should be on here but from the ones here its gonna be rampage, he will keep the belt alot longer than anyone else.

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Its a tough call but I don't see how anyone can choose Rampage as the most "dominant" champ. He hasn't even defended the title yet and its his first time being a champion.

I think of everyone on that list Rampage has the most potential to be a truly dominant champ and I think he will be one, but right now you cant say he is.

Same goes for Sherk, he may be big and strong for his weight class but he is getting ready to make his FIRST title defense. Never having defended your title doesn't make you a dominant champ.

Same goes for Serra also. From that list I would choose Randy Couture. Because he is a multiple champ in two different weight classes and he is a champ at 40 years old. That makes him by far the most "dominant" champ on that list.

Frank Shamrock is proably #2 in dominant standards, but I refuse to vote for him since he refuses to fight anyone that will give him a real challenge.

Post #19   7/3/07 12:29:42PM   

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Matt serra is so good at bjj

Post #20   7/3/07 6:45:58PM   

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I would have too say matt hughes. Just because he is not the champ any more and he was deafeated by St. Piere doesnt mean much. When you have a record of 41-5 and have wins against Frank trigg, Bj penn, Royce gracie, Sean sherk, carlos newton (the list goes on and on) and have win streaks up too 18 fights in mma competition and up too 6 title defenses in the ufc you have too be considered dominant and if were talking about dominance here was there ever a fighter that dominanted other in the fashion hughes did?

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