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Emilienenko (Aleks and Fedor) 18 32%
Noguiera (Rogerio and Rodrigo) 30 53%
Shamrock (Frand and Ken) 8 14%
Rua (Maricio and Murillo) 1 2%
 
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tffdwg38 » Posted 1/24/07 3:09:00PM

NOGs for sure

nate22 » Posted 1/15/07 8:21:00AM


Posted by hippysmacker


Posted by madmarck


Posted by hippysmacker

I have to go with the Nogs. Both top 5 or higher at their weight classes. Also, I think both would be in the top 25 if their ever was a world open weight grand prix.


No way. Fedor and Aleks. Clearly #1 and #6 at weight classes. Plus Fedor is pretty much unstoppable. And ALeks is the badass.



I disagree. Alek's has lost 2 of his last 3 fights, and no longer trains with Fedor, Fedor even smacked him some in interviews. Until he goes back to Red Dvil I don't see him in the top 10.



I second this. Alek's is very overrated. Some people put him top ten, some choose Werdum over him, it's difficult as they both have wins or losses to each other then contradict each other by either a win or loss to Sergei. It's complicated down at the 8-12 mark of HW top ten.

hippysmacker » Posted 1/15/07 9:10:00PM


Posted by nate22


Posted by hippysmacker


Posted by madmarck


Posted by hippysmacker

I have to go with the Nogs. Both top 5 or higher at their weight classes. Also, I think both would be in the top 25 if their ever was a world open weight grand prix.


No way. Fedor and Aleks. Clearly #1 and #6 at weight classes. Plus Fedor is pretty much unstoppable. And ALeks is the badass.



I disagree. Alek's has lost 2 of his last 3 fights, and no longer trains with Fedor, Fedor even smacked him some in interviews. Until he goes back to Red Dvil I don't see him in the top 10.



I second this. Alek's is very overrated. Some people put him top ten, some choose Werdum over him, it's difficult as they both have wins or losses to each other then contradict each other by either a win or loss to Sergei. It's complicated down at the 8-12 mark of HW top ten.



Yep 8-12 is tough, and since Werdum just beat Alek's it's a decent bet he's ahead of him right now. However, I wonder how good Alek's could be in a few yearsif he just listened and trained with Fedor permanently.

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nate22 » Posted 1/15/07 8:21:00AM

I doubt a few more years with Fedor could do that much more for Aleks considering they have probably done the majority of their training together so far. God knows how good Aleks could be, but I really think with him branching away from Fedor that we might see him in the UFC soon.

loller90278 » Posted 1/16/07 3:05:00PM

i heard he can't because of legal issues.. he was imprisoned before
that was the case with mark hunt also - he was scheduled to fight butterbean at the first pride event, but they subbed sean "fruitcake" o'haire cuz hunt couldn't step foot on american soil

roman » Posted 1/28/07 5:06:00PM

Nog bros got his one in my book. Maybe the Shamrocks 7 years ago though.

thelastking » Posted 1/25/07 7:55:00PM

Aleks and Fedor are the best brother combo in MMA. Aleks needs to work more on his ground skills though because it seems he is lacking in his last few matches.

the-james » Posted 1/24/07 5:32:00PM

the nogs with emilienkos a close second

Hwarang » Posted 1/28/07 1:04:00PM

Emilienenko's

slammadowg » Posted 1/27/07 3:42:00PM

Nog brothers no doubt

both of them champion material.

Emeklios are second,

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