Do you think you could beat a UFC fighter in the cage? If so how? Include your stats

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  1. sampuncher

    sampuncher Brown Belt

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    I genuinely think I'd stand a chance against CM Punk. Everyone else I'd get CTE from.
     
  2. LostMyBlackBelt

    LostMyBlackBelt Red Belt

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    I think I could handle this fury, otherwise I am out.

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  3. Sheva

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    6ft 2 240, 36 year old with a few extra pounds though, played sports all my life and trained for about 6 years but had a few months off here and there with injuries and no couldn't beat any fighter. Trained with amateurs, semi-pros and pros and the level is crazy and couldn't imagine the skill of elite guys
     
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  4. Actualized174

    Actualized174 Black Belt

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    Honestly ?

    Give me 6 months to a year of solid training, I'd be willing to take on CM Punk.

    Anybody else ? Nah, I'm good.
     
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  5. Superman Elbow

    Superman Elbow Green Belt

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    I believe I could hold down most wmma fighters and get the tko or sub but being completely honest I think cyborg, Nunes and Valentina would ko me lol. 6'4 255 with a gut. Wrestled from 7-18 trained with pro boxers for a couple years but never competed (I'm not trying to get cte for free)
     
  6. Me&MrJones

    Me&MrJones Red Belt

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    I'll take on Mike 'The Journalist' Jackson!
     
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  7. RyanR

    RyanR Black Belt

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    I’ve fought Jeff Curran before in an ammy match.

    He won
     
  8. capnlarge

    capnlarge Silver Belt

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    CM Punk and I are about the same age and height but he's in better shape than me and has been training. I don't like my odds
     
  9. StrangerToGod

    StrangerToGod Purple Belt

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    I still can't believe how bad he sucked
     
  10. VVarhead

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    I'm 6'6, 270 pounds, I'd beat the whole roster due to my extensive training background, I am a master of the art of UFC
     
  11. Cpt Migraine

    Cpt Migraine Green Belt

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    No.. just no..

    I'm a limited striker with shit cardio.. i fear lineker the most as it would look fucking ridiculous when a midget walks through my best shots and folds me with a flurry of hooks..
     
  12. MakeSherdogGreatAgain

    MakeSherdogGreatAgain Purple Belt

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    I'm 6'0", 210 lbs and solid. I have a puncher's chance against anybody because I've been boxing since I was 15 and I hit like a damn mule. I would be at a serious disadvantage against even a mildly skilled grappler because I have zero grappling training. I would likely get taken down and submitted or pounded out pretty easily...by anybody with any grappling training.

    I've stuffed some takedown attempts in street fights but I don't know how good of wrestlers they were. I'm very strong but I have to imagine that wouldn't matter against a good enough wrestler. I do have some basic knowledge of tdd, but a good wrestler would get me down easily no doubt.
     
  13. Only Here for Attachments

    Only Here for Attachments Free from the yellow once again!

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    I would defeat all the women and lose to most of the men.
     
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  14. Final Say

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    99.9% of the people in here saying they’d beat all the women would lose to all the women
     
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  15. chiefwiggum

    chiefwiggum Red Belt

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    6’6 320. 5% body fat. Could have made the Olympic team in gymnastics.
    As strong as I am my greatest asset is my speed.

    I once defeated a race horse in a half mile sprint.
    I own many leather bound books.
    I’m a dr and a lawyer.
    I own many top hats and monocles and several Canes made from gold to rare trees and precious metals.
    A wide variety of bow ties. Spinning , regular. And boomerang.
    Beat up 6 guys in the parking lot at Juanita’s

    I stopped iron head heyward at the goalies on 4th and inches.

    I can palm a watermelon in both hands and squash them.
    I once tore a federal judges garb apart and left him nude and humiliated to prove a point before my pre trial investigation.
    I challenge people daily to a foot race daily and have never lost.

    I ate a combo meal from Arby’s and was able to hold it down.

    I’ve defeated everyone I’ve faced and I’m still here.

    If I could pick who to fight. I’d choose whoever the current best in the world.
     
  16. Harlekin

    Harlekin Brown Belt

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    The problem with professional fighters is their cardio. They just don't take chances, till you are tired after
    1 minute = untrained
    2 minute = little trained
    3-5 minute = hobby
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    135 fighters weigh up to 150-160 at fight night. Walking around weight 160-175
     
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  17. grimballer

    grimballer Silver Belt

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    I’m c level athlete n therefore I could beat most ufc fighters (d n f level) if I trained for one year straight
     
  18. grimballer

    grimballer Silver Belt

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    You should focus on real sports like nfl/nba where athletes make real money
     
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  19. smiles mma

    smiles mma Brown Belt

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    You are wrong, go train with any professional 135 pro. He'll have a better chance against a heavy weight that isn't ranked.
     
  20. Joshua Judd

    Joshua Judd The Judge

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    I'll take on Paige Vanzant.
     
  21. Franklin U.

    Franklin U. Gold Belt

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    No.....maybe Jake Shields( if he promises not to drag me to ground but then it wouldn't be an mma fight so..... no)
     

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