Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by ArtemV, Dec 30, 2014.
Who would you say have had the most impressive d
Worst: Anthony Birchak.
I know he was on TUF, but this was his first proper fight in the UFC.
Needs more gifs.
Paige VanZant not only won (TKO) her UFC debut fight, at UFC Fight Night Austin, she and Curran (also her UFC debut) got awarded "Fight of the Night" as well.
Paige VanZant on the left, Kailin Curran on the right, at the weigh-in before their "Fight of the Night"
Reem had a very solid debut.
Joe Soto making it to the 5th round of a title fight on zero notice.
Ruan Potts has to be up there
Great call. Might go down as the last time a UFC debutant fights for a UFC title.
Half the people in this thread don't know what a debut is.
Rob Font looked impressive in his debut
The former barista
Moicano and Backstrom both looked impressive in their debuts against Ninimaki. So did Skelly in his second UFC fight.
Not a good year for Tom.
My bad, I thought his debut was against Wilkinson.
Moicano looked sharp
Moicano's debut was one of the most impressive of the year, alongside Doo Ho Choi.
The worst debut that comes to my mind is Cummins debut against Cormier where he just went there to get destroyed, but we can get over it easily considering it was a short notice fight, he was fighting Cormier and he is now on a 3 fight win streak, looking dominant so far.
Best: Henry Cejudo, Ulka Sasaki, Jan Blachowicz, Masanori Kanehara, Carlos Diego Ferreira, Brian Ortega, Joe Soto, Johnny Case, Renato Carneiro, Niklas Backstrom, Rob Font, Russel Doane, Chris Wade, Doo Ho Choi, Paddy Holohan, Ray Borg, Paige Van Zant, Alexey Oleinik, Thiago Santos, Daniel Hooker, Louis Smolka, Chris Kelades, Neil Seery.
Worst: Jumabieke Tuerxun, Shayna Baszler, Takenori Sato, Larissa Pacheco, Noad Lahat, Damon Jackson, Guto Inocente, Bubba Bush, Anthony Birchak, Ruan Potts, Mike Rhodes, Jake Lindsey.
Doo ho. Finally.
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