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If You Could Bring A 1990's UFC Fighter Back From The Past...Who Would It Be?

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  1. King Cobra Purple Belt

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    If you could bring back a 1990's UFC fighter back from the past to fight in today's UFC while he cross trains with the best top MMA camps out there today, who would it be?

    P.S...It cannot be a fighter who fought in Pride after the year 2000.
     
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    Mark Kerr ...... he did fight after 2000 buy whay he was doing then really should not have been considered fighting
     
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    Vitor belfo.. oh wait.

    How about Bas? Never got to see that lhw run.
     
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    Pedro Rizzo or Frank Shamrock
     
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    Beat me too it. Bas for sure
     
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    Tank would KO most of the top ten today, probably could have the title if not for alcohol and such.
     
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    Bas for sure, brutal stand-up and a creative sub game, but a weakness to wrestling and being controlled on the mat.

    Frank Shamrock is another one. More complete, would do well in today's MW div.

    From the one-discipline dudes I'd bring back Severn and Tank. Prime Severn would still do well, but wouldn't be champ.
     
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    Mark Schultz.

    Olympic gold medal wrestler who entered UFC 9 on 1 days notice after his training partner got injured. He proceeded to smash Gary Goodridge. Keep in mind Goodridge was an experienced heavyweight and Schultz a modern middleweight.

    His brother was also a wresting gold medalist who was shot and killed in the famous "fox catcher" training camp incident, which happened quite recently before this fight. Crazy shit man.
     
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