Remember that time elderly Mark Coleman beat Stephan Bonnar? | Page 4

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  1. GoodAssCheese The Pavarotti of Sherdog

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    Coleman at 73 with a plastic hip and a walker would still reKk most of Sherdog. Especially the Berry.
     
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    That fight put me to:
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    Machida would walk right through. Kickers gave chuck problems. Keith jardine looked like a K-1 fighter vs him.
     
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  4. ExitLUPin FORTIS FORTUNA ADIUVIO

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    if Coleman and Randleman had been in a legit camp for most of their careers theyd have been something else
     
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    I don't doubt that Machida would have handled him, especially at that particular stage. Both men had their peaks, and I believe their skill sets could make for a great showdown or a snooze fest.
     
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  6. Huligani UFC = Ultimate Fighting Circus

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    Both. Shogun was better than ever. Seemed fully healed, was able to go 5 rounds no problem against Machida, and his skills were at their best.
     
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    He then went on to battle Shogun in the best worst fight in MMA history.
     
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  9. flossyTsheep Yellow Belt

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    Shamrock?
     
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    Maybe, Kens muscles are good for looking at that's about it. Considering Royce that looks as old as the late Helio Gracie and was able to tko him, your argument isn't worrying me.

    Also own my own home btw which doesn't even have a basement.
     
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    I don't think Bonnar was ever top 10, I think the highest was around 15-17.
     
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  12. Rolento old sherdog was better

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    shogun won the fucking belt after eeking out coleman and you guys are like "shogun was no spring chicken" fuck all you
     
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    That was dadchest Bonnar not the sort of chest you see from prime Bonnar or Rockhold.
     
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    In the UFC, not overall.
     
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    Oh right, might be right then.
     
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  16. GoodAssCheese The Pavarotti of Sherdog

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    Someting like mixed martial artists?
     
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    Bro you talking about the American Fedor?



    JUSTIN MCCULLY!!!!! WAR!!
     
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  18. Darwinambrosius Thought you had a friend, boy?

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    This is kind of silly, and I've never heard anything like it said before. MMA wasn't what we know it as today, but early rulesets were brutal and the days with no or minimal weight differentiation were are probably a lot more dangerous than what we watch today.
     
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  19. tmnpothead Teenage Mutant Ninja Pothead

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    Lol I haven't heard this in years
     
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