In my entire life, I don't think I ever seen a fighter more confident after getting smashed, and throngs of his fans, arguing that by getting beat up that he was tiring his opponents enough to a point that he was likely going to win the next two rounds, when that said opponent, to be fair was breathing heavily, but when someone is beating on that opponent like Fedor was, and it WAS a beatdown, who wouldn't? And Fedor never really had cardio issues in his entire 20 year+ career. And that's one thing that I found little odd. Sonnen was comparing Fedor to Kimbo Slice in the years before, but Fedor really isn't Kimbo. I really wish there were able to fight with Yamasaki reffing that fight, because it almost looked like Sonnen quit and possiblely tapped out to Fedor, but Sonnen ridiculously will continue to claim that he would have beaten Fedor anyways if he were allowed to go on. I think the most hilarious thing that I am seeing, from Sonnen and his fans, is that, he seems to believe, and his fans, that if he WAS able to get his hands on Fedor, he was going to be able to put him in situations that was favourable for him and control him and grind him out. Fedor isn't a striker by trade. This guy is a grappler as much as Sonnen or Bader can call themselves a grappler, it just happens that Fedor is a lot more dangerous on the feet and on the ground, but he isn't a wrestler, but wrestling isn't the only grappling art out there. Sambo might have a questionable talent pool, but Russian Judo surely doesn't, and Fedor competed at higher level in Judo than Sonnen or Bader did in wrestling. I mean, I think lots of people shit on Fedor in a various ways, he did steroids, he doesn't know wrestling, he ducked UFC, and all that, but this whole narrative that kinda makes him sound like he's some Matt Mitrione the russian version is ridiculous.