Discussion in 'The Lightweights' started by West Linn, Sep 4, 2018.
Is Matt Hamill the greatest fighter of all time?
Usada is better since Jon jones has been defeated by it 3 times
Anyone with eyes can see that was a perfectly legal 1 to 5:30 elbow.
Mazzagati is can and should’ve stopped it 20 seconds sooner anyway.
Did you see the fight?
Matt Hamill's weakness as a fighter was his soft head and lack of equinibrinium.
Can't put him as the GOAT, but you cant deny he is in the top 3. Dude was special and had probably the greatest prime a fighter has ever had.
He had a habit of not listening to his coaches during fights.
You can’t go rogue in the octagon.
He did beat Bisping by decision, but was robbed 100%
A land, full of wastes, awaits thee.
Told ya that banning whitebelts from starting them hadn't reduced the number of dumb-ass threads.
No ts, as he really didn't beat JJ. You'll learn kiddo
except USADA cheated the first test since they weren't allowed to test for cocaine, if i'm recalling correctly
he's up there with Takase, Koshaka, and Matt Serra
If you look from the other side, it is no longer 1 to 5:30!!!
The hammer would have been a scary dude to fight if you weren't prepared for his wrestling. He developed a great jab while fighting in the ufc too. He could just chase guys around the cage with that jab.
I dont blame him for retiring. He took a good beating from top light heavies toward the end of his career.
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