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Biggest Upset In A UFC Championship Fight?

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  1. Augustus Caesar Put Up Your Dukes Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    Bigger than Matt Serra? What do you say?

    Congrats to T.J. Dillashaw!

    I voted yes because I think it was just as big of an upset as Matt Serra's, especially when you take into consideration the way in which TJ won.
     
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  2. Shael Silver Belt

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    No, I picked Barao to win. But TJ was a legit contender.
     
  3. Daniel Tapia Green Belt

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    I still think Serra's is bigger but this one was huge.
     
  4. Biggamer86 Green Belt

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    I think it's bigger at the time gsp still had a few unanswered questions about him.
     
  5. dbsh209 Brown Belt

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    Fuck no. Barao was a product of the Dana White hype machine
     
  6. PRIDEWASBETTER Whatever it takes Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    Still Serra/GSP.
     
  7. 76Knockout Silver Belt

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    Forrest/Rampage..

    But actaully, yeah i think its the biggest upset. (TJ/Barao)
     
  8. surgeyou1 Welcome to the Machida Era...Part Deux

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    No Serra GSP was way bigger...TJ has only lost to Dodson
     
  9. XThe GreatestX Silver Belt

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    i cant believe rogan compared that to tyson-douglas. i mean seriously
     
  10. Doug22 Brown Belt

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    Serra's was a fluke KO punch whereas Dillashaw dominated the entire fight.
     
  11. JoeHoganKush** Banned Banned

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    Did Serra dominate GSP or did he get lucky?

    Dillashaw destroyed Barao everywhere.
     
  12. TheLuckiest Black Belt

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    I don't know if it's the biggest upset, but I think he showed up in a way that no one could have expected.

    He literally performed perfectly. He mad Barao look like he doesn't belong in the UFC. It was seriously incredible.
     
  13. Almighty One Brown Belt

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    Serra was definitely a bigger upset
     
  14. Steven1562 Green Belt

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    This one was more shocking ... Barao in the post fight looks shook
     
  15. EliteLurker Black Belt

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    I think it's better than Serra/GSP because it was a 20 min out classing then a finish.
     
  16. Fahrenheit1221 Gold Belt

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    Surprising as fuck yes, but Serra/GSP was once in a lifetime upset kind of thing.
     
  17. aker2703 Banned Banned

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    I picked yes before thinking about Matt Serra...so although my poll result says yes...the real answer is no.


    fucking awesome either way.
     
  18. Post Crisis Professional Shit-poster

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    In the level of domination, yes. 40-35 and then closes the show.
     
  19. countswagula Gold Belt

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    Accidentally said yes, but still no. Nobody in the world would have ranked Serra in the top 5 at 170, TJ was outmatched on paper but still ranked #4.
     
  20. ThinkBig500 Black Belt

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    Now people are saying Barao was all hype, despite two wins over Faber, Jorgensen (when it mattered), McDonald, Wineland, Pickett, etc...
     

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