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Each GOAT contenders biggest win?

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  1. sampuncher Red Belt

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    I'm pretty sure that everyone on this forum that there are 4 main contenders for a GOAT within MMA.

    Fedor
    GSP
    Jones
    Anderson


    What I want to know is, who do people think is each contenders biggest win of their career?

    I think I'd have to go....


    Fedor - Prime Crocop
    Jones - Cormier
    GSP - BJ Penn II
    Anderson - Chael II


    What does everyone else think?
     
  2. Th3Sav4ge "ON CHRISTMAS?!?!"

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    Fedors best win was nog. nog> mirko
     
  3. psyops Banned Banned

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    Not sure how you can consider Penn a bigger win than Hughes. It's simply not
     
  4. Non Touch Butt Champion

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    Fedor - Big Nog 1
    GSP - Hughes 2 or 3
    Jones - Cormier
    Anderson - Vitor or Hendo
     
  5. PRIDEWASBETTER Whatever it takes Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    Anderson's biggest win is Hendo, imo.

    GSP is Hughes and Fedor's is Nogueira I.
     
  6. BreadnButter Brown Belt

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    Fedor - Nog, Crocop is very close though in my opinion.
    Jones - Shogun, Cormier is also very close
    GSP - Hughes
    Anderson - Henderson
     
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    FYI Juicy jones is no longer in contention for GOAT status because he is a cheater.
     
  8. citizenInsane White Belt

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    Minotauro Nogueira went undefeated for seven years fighting virtually every top Heavyweight under the sun if you take his fights with Fedor away from the record.

    Fedor's best win easily, and it overshadows any victory the other aforementioned "GOAT contenders" can present.
     
  9. sampuncher Red Belt

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    Only chose that because Penn was the LW champ at the time aswell, the 3rd Hughes fight was just behind for me though.
     
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    Fedor: Prime Nog I or III
    GSP: Penn II or Hughes II
    Silva: Hendo or Vitor
    Bones: PED Testing
     
  11. psyops Banned Banned

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    But Hughes was the long time reigning defending champion with a top p4p ranking. Its the better win. I can't think of a single reason the Penn win would be considered better
     
  12. countswagula Gold Belt

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    Anderson - Hendo(unified belts)
    Fedor - Either Nogueira win
    GSP - BJ Penn II
    Jones - Cormier
    Aldo - Edgar(quasi superfight/belt unification)
     
  13. Jew Jif Shoes Nullius in Verba

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    Agreed with this.
     
  14. sampuncher Red Belt

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    I see your point, however Hughes had already beat GSP once, I'm not saying the win was impressive but for me, GSP/Penn was the first and real only 'superfight' that the UFC has had, for me that was more impressive.

    All opinions though.
     
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    Fedor: Nog I or Cro Crop
    GSP: Penn I & II or Hughes II
    Silva: Hendo or Vitor
    Bones: Cormier or Gus
     
  16. DyinHawaiian #FEELTHEBERN

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    Where you at Georges? Where you at motherfucker?!
    Yea....no. Until it is shown he pissed hot on fight night, he is actually found to have used PEDs and not just a recreational drug which can be legally used out of competition, his win over Cormier is changed to a NC, it is shown he has used PEDs for other fight and he is stripped of his belt, he is still GOAT.

    Until then, I'll just reply with this GIF for stupid shit posts like this.

    [​IMG]
     
  17. sampuncher Red Belt

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    Forgot about Aldo.


    I'd go for the Faber fight personally, if not Frankie.
     
  18. psyops Banned Banned

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    I don't get your point on Hughes had already beat GSP. Gsp had already beat Pennvas well so I don't understand the double standard there.
     
  19. Agnawedbone Red Belt

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    lol .19 t to e ratio, his test jumped 4.4 times and his epi jumped 2.7 times in two weeks.

    get your head out the goddamn sand.
     
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    Fedor: Nogueira 1 & 2
    GSP: Hughes 2
    Anderson: Hendo
    Jones: Cormier
     

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