I sort of agree. Actually, even today's Fedor is still dangerous - he still has the power, and his speed is not half bad. His chin is gone, his gameplan now comprises of reckless headhunting and his stamina is now nearly gone (this, by the way, hasn't been mentioned much - in his recent fights where he fights for more than one round, he can barely catch his breath - a far cry from the Nogiera fight days). But if he does land a clean punch, even the prime Fedor would stumble - so the danger element still remains. What's not an opinion is the saying that Fedor did lose a few of his abilities. Chin/stamina/strategic mindset - he lost in all of those departments by a huge margin and they get exposed more and more with each fight. I'd also argue that his ground game is nearly gone as well - someone said that he doesn't use it much because of the old injuries to his fingers - that means that while he still has the skill in ground game, he no longer has the ability to utilize it. Point being, Mir is trolling - or rather, trying to sell a fight with a fighter who is way past his prime (much like Mir).