All Time GOAT poll

Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by Tachy, Feb 23, 2019.

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Who is the current GOAT

  1. GSP

    35.3%
  2. Fedor

    26.1%
  3. Silva

    8.8%
  4. Jones

    22.5%
  5. Johnson

    1.6%
  6. Other

    4.6%
  7. Aldo

    1.1%
  1. Claude Red Belt

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    GSP cheated in the cage too buddy. He used to grease.

    You have some serious double standards there.
     
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  2. Claude Red Belt

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    Is that so?

    Then here's a very easy task for you:

    List me all his elite wins coming to fight GSP.
     
  3. Ufcmaster Yellow Card Yellow Card

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    I don't believe GSP was ever ranked p4p nr.1 I believe. Or maybe just for a few months
     
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  4. Claude Red Belt

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    Bisping was the MW champion with the least top wins since Evan Tanner.

    Dude was a gatekeeper who fluked an elite fighter.
     
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  5. 1pedestrian Brown Belt

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    Brunson was top 10 when they fought (but I agree with you that a win over Bisping was better).

    Derek Brunson - Feb 2017 - UFC 208
    #8 MW - Feb 6, 2017 - Sherdog
    #9 MW - Feb 6, 2017 - ESPN
    #7 MW - Feb 11, 2017- Bloody Elbow
     
  6. Gambit MMA Silver Belt

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    He was for a few months because Andy lost in mid 2013 and GSP and Hendricks fight was late 2013 if I remember. Aldo and jones would be 2 and 3 at that point
     
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  7. ThunderStruck Geodor GemeSianenPo Yellow Card

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    Bisping is so underrated by dummies like you who has nothing but an agenda to make your favourite fighter (Fedor) look better. He was on a very solid win streak against the likes of Silva, Rockhold and Hendo.

    Call it a fluke, i call you an idiot.

    I get your biased stupid logic though :

    Serra vs GSP I, Fluke or not? Your logic : It makes GSP look bad so not a fluke.
    Weidman vs Silva I and II : Your logic : It makes Silva look bad so not a fluke of course.
    Bisping VS Rockhold II : Your logic : It makes GSP looks good so of course it was a fluke.
    Fedor vs Kohsaka : Your logic : A Fluke cause it makes Fedor looks bad (BTW not a fluke elbow was as legit as it gets).
     
  8. Bouboumaster Purple Belt

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    Still GOAT St-Pierre.
    Never popped, all his defeats avenged in dominant fashion, fought in the deepest division and beat a murder row of opponents like they were children, two divisions champion, etc, etc.
     
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    Didn't call him out. Khabib called for that fight. Also, the size difference between them vs gsp silva is way closer
     
  10. ThunderStruck Geodor GemeSianenPo Yellow Card

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    Fedor lost in his prime too.
     
  11. Claude Red Belt

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    Silva and Hendo were not even top fighters.

    Bisping was gatekeeper with a fluke elite win.
     
  12. Claude Red Belt

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    Fedor lost after 10 years.
    GSP lost in his 2nd and 5th year.

    Big difference.
     
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  13. ThunderStruck Geodor GemeSianenPo Yellow Card

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    He lost his 5th pro fight in a lower org.

    And if you don't consider Fedor in his prime at 33 years old then GSP wasn't in his prime at 25 years old either.
     
  14. ThunderStruck Geodor GemeSianenPo Yellow Card

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    How many top fighters did Fedor beat? I don't even think he beat 10 top 10 fighters.

    Nog x 2
    CC
    AA
    Sylvia
    Herring?
    Rogers?
    Schilt?
    Old ass Coleman?
    Hunt?

    Half of those are very fringe top 10.

    You know you're a can crusher when you have only 10 top 10 wins in a nearly 20 years career.
     
  15. sprucelees Silver Belt

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    maybe someone should update those links
     
  16. Claude Red Belt

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    Age =/= prime.

    GSP was in his 5th year when he was beaten by Serra. By all means in his prime.

    He wasn't in his prime vs. Hendricks.
     
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    12 to 15 depending on the rankings.

    And no losses to cans while he was #1, unlike GSP.

    Cheers.
     
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    Fedor would have kicked the shit out of GSP in George’s prime. I guess manlets need to have a goat too tho
     
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    Did some research to see if GSP was ranked p4p #1 after the Silva loss. Seems Jones was ranked #1 by majority of publications who make such rankings. Poor George was unfortunately never ever ranked p4p #1 ...


    Official UFC rankings voted by media

    http://www.mma-stats.com/rankings/2013-07-09

    Silva was ranked p4p #1 in June of 2013
    Jones was then ranked p4p #1 in Juli of 2013 and stayed #1 for the rest of 2013.



    Even Sherdog had Jones p4p #1 after Silva lost to Chris lol

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/m.sherdog.com/news/rankings/Sherdogcoms-PoundforPound-Top-10-53757/amp




    MMA Junkie had Jones #1 after Silva lost

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/mmajun...son-silva-still-mmas-pound-for-pound-best/amp
     
  20. Gambit MMA Silver Belt

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    Wow, that's surprising.

    Georges deserved #1 tho, he was dominating fights aside from a few scares here and there, like the Condit head kick. Jones was only champ for 2 years or so at that point
     

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