I absolutely respect a few things about The Count. #1 Willing to jump back in so soon. #2 He may not have ALL the skills of an A+ fighter but, does have the, Warriors, I won't give up mentality. (Hendo knocking him senseless reminded me of it) #3 He has a great record, although a decent amount have been decision wins. #4 He jumped at the opportunity to face the BEST Luke Rockhold and annihilated him. Things that will hamper ME from seeing him as a TRUE legend and HOFer: #1 Everytime he faced a top 10 guy, 95% of his career, he either folded or could not finish them. Examples: #1 Rashad was his first test BUT, went the distance and lost. #2 Beat Leben by going the distance but, Leben was just a TOUGH talentless SOB. #3 Knocked into Kansas by Hendo in Part 1. #4 Went the distance with prime Wandy, but lost. (Major props for going the distance) #5 Beat a very good Jorge Rivera, MODERATE props. #6 Lost to Chael by decision (Not too bad) #7 Beat a prime Brian Stann BUT, by decision. (A GREAT Feat, nonetheless!) #8 lost to Vitor (PEDs aside) #9 Lost to Tim Kennedy (Decisioned) #10 Beat a 41 year old Anderson Silva by decision but, was finished if Anderson blitz him. #11 Beat a 45 year old Hendo by decision but whose face looked worse than the first KO. Won the decision by jabathon 2016! #12 Finished by a fighter below his weight class (GSP) AND with a 4 year layoff. #13 HE DUCKED the top 10 once he got that belt. (Yoel, Chris, Jacare, etc..) I remember Mike saying that he was taking those money fights because he wanted to cement his legacy. Well, I still believe he has more to do if he wants to accomplish that. He is the Jorge Posada of MMA....A tough SOB that never gives up but is very questionable to whether he belongs in the HOF. Thoughts?