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Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by Agent Mulder's Hair, May 16, 2018.
MM wins this hands down
Fedor’s was a well excuted, albeit, somewhat basic takedown. Nonetheless, rarely do you see a takedown that smooth other then when you have a training partner letting you throw him, so that he did it in the context of an actual fight is impressive.
MM however literally looked like he invented a move mid throw. It’s one of the most amazing finishes I’ve seen.
Heath Herring is an overrated brawler with no skills technically while Rayborg has better grappling than anyone Fedor has ever fought in his career.
MM achieving an armbar mid air from a suplex is way more impressive than a generic bodylock trip vs a bum.
See, this is what annoys me. There is simply no way that a large fighter can pull this off. This technique is like going to an amusement park and being too tall to ride the ride. Or being too large to ride the kids go-karts lol.
That takes away from it imo. I'm not saying what mighty mouse did wasn't impressive, but I'm more impressed by what's effective against large men.
It's more impressive for me to see somebody like Fedor being as nimble as he is at his size vs seeing mighty mouse bouncing around.
Mighty Mouse basically finishes the fight in that same sequence. It's not even close.
MM's slam to armbar is better
What about when Anderson Silva got subbed in pride that was pretty crazy like thetmm sub you posted
Comparing those two moves, Mighty Mouse's submission takes the cake.
There are cooler Fedor moves
So a duck under and suplex is a difficult, high level move and better than a fucking mid air arm bar transition? Lmao.
Fedor stans still acting up in 2018 I see.
Well theyre about even since Fedor did it to a grown ass man
If they're both small men, then it doesn't matter lmao.
Herring is also average at best while Borg is a great grappler who got tooled.
I'm not at all familiar with Ray Borg but are you telling me he's better at grappling than Werdum, Big Nog, and whoever that guy was that was a silver medalist in Judo, and Frank Mir?
Have you ever seen the Fedor big nog fights? I forgot if it was the first or third one where Fedor throws a straight and hits him pretty hard and automatically follows up with a double leg and proceeds to rain down gnp... that to me was the one the best fighting transitions ever in mma
I'm a Fedor stan