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Big nog vs all time HWs

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  1. revoltub Gold Card

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    Vs all time heavyweights (not including those he faced) how does he do?
     
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    This is a lazy thread start/attempt by T.S but ill bite..

    I think hed match up well against Stipe...

    I see him submitting stipe in the 3rd...
     
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    Why the 3rd
     
  4. 2004 account For a fair sport/true mma fan, ain't no shill

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    I don't know about all that but as far as hw goat list candidates are concerned, imo it's Fedor, big nog and then all the rest.
     
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    Touche
     
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    Nog is a notorious slow starter and i figure it would take a few rounds for the fight to end up on the ground in some fashion and once there the BJJ of Nog takes over
     
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    The human shell that I watched in the UFC still finished a lot of really good fighters.

    The slam by Sapp probably caused permanent injuries. Yet there he was tapping Sylvia, KOing Schaub. He won against Couture during his run.
     
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    C'mon man. Do some of the work for us. Give us a list.
     
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    I have to be honest, I think DC ragdolls him like Barnett.
    I think he takes massive punishment from.Francis and 50/50 he subs him.
    Prime nog vs Cain is good matchup because prime nog had great boxing. I still see Cain getting the win.
    JDS vs prime.nog would have been amazing IMO. Very competitive on the feet and JDS had such great TDD against wrestlers no way nog gets him down.
    Not that Brock is an all.time.great but I'll bite on this one, nog gets put on his back survives hammer fists and subs him every single time.
     
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    Well hes pretty much fought everyone.

    of current guys...Cormier bullys him and knocks him out, Ngannou knocks him out, Stipe knocks him out, Blaydes pins him down and beats him up, JDS knocks him out, Brock would have smashed him, Overeem controls him and knocks him out, hes pretty much lost to everyone else post testing pool.
     
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  12. JKS 77+&--#rT....

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    Nog beats everyone from the current UFC and most all time. There is a chance of a KO from a big puncher, of course, but I would bet on Nog to win. Stipe would be a great fight and so would Cormier, but I see Nog beating em with cardio and boxing. JDS would be possibly the toughest fight for him cause he's very good cardio, boxing and tdd.
     
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    Jds trained under him didn't he? I doubt he would fight his master
     
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    i disagree i see stipe tagging him the whole fight. he would butt flop to secure submissions and get beat up
     
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    Fight would never happen, this is true.
     
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    You make that fight 10 times and you get 10 different outcomes
     
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    Its possible, but i believe nog could box alittle with stipe but the plan would be to submit him...im not talking old man Nog...
     
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    Yeah.. I agree as long as its not old man nog
     
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    I could see Nog subbing Brock and Blaydes but other than that correct. I don’t have Nog close to top 5 of all time at HW.
     

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