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Big Nog, Shogun or Wand: Whos the most legendary?

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  1. CereserBr Banned Banned

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    Between these legends, who would u put as number 1 among the 3 of them?
     
  2. Gunny Gold Belt

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    Probably Wand but all three are overrated IMO
     
  3. FastTracker Brown Belt

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    Big Nog has better wins and belts
     
  4. Ozze Black Belt

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    Big Nog is respected as he always seem like a true gentleman. A true martial artist.

    Shogun is liked because he's such a nice guy, very humble and all.

    But Wand is the man. There's a not a single person who wouldn't get excited as fuck when he was about to fight in PRIDE. And he was the one most of us wanted to see in the octagon.

    Wand = violence. He's the most legendary.
     
  5. Cooliox Steel Belt Platinum Member

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    Big Nog
     
  6. Bogeyman Electrical Cord Belt

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    Another vote for Wanderlei. True Berserking violence at its best.
     
  7. DeathByBeer Red Belt

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    Wow, disrespectful as hell

    Shogun only held a title in both Pride and UFC but alright
     
  9. Ottawaguy Gold Belt Platinum Member

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    All three are great, but I pick Shogun, for making 2005 one of the best years in MMA!
     
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    Axe murderer
     
  11. Gunny Gold Belt

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    Shogun didn't hold a title in Pride. He won a GP and barely sniffed a UFC belt. Probably the most overrated fighter of all time IMO
     
  12. Bend NvR Break Order to Chaos. Chaos to Order.

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    In terms of the UFC

    Shogun
    Big Nog
    Wand

    In terms of pride
    Wand
    Big Nog
    Shogun
     
  13. UL no more yellows Banned

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  14. Mixfight Banned Banned

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    Shut your bitch ass up.
     
  15. TheVenom Black Belt

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    Held a title, Tourney winner. Hardly a difference when he ran through a gauntlet to do it. Beating what looked like an unstoppable Machida, at the time, means nothing I guess. Alright bruh
     
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    Minotauro is the most Legendary, Wandy is the most Brutal and Shogun had the best year in MMA history.
     
  17. mooner100 Guest

    Shogun reached one of the highest peaks in our sport twice. Only thing he lacked was maintaining that peak.
     
  18. Striderx5 麻ベルト

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    First one to beat Machida

    That GP had the best 205lb fighters in the world including the world champ. Shogun came as the 16th guy and became #1.
     
  20. georgekillian Brown Belt

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    Big nog.

    Shogun had the best individual year of the three though. Wand had maybe the most exciting fights.
     

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