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Manlet freakshow idea for RIZIN

Discussion in 'The Lightweights' started by Not A Real Fan, Aug 9, 2016.

  1. Not A Real Fan Deep State Agent assigned to Sherdog Forums

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    Get an athleltic non-fighter who is like 300 pounds like a debuting Bob Sapp.

    Match him up against a flyweight. He should win.

    Then at the next event, either match him up (1) with a 135er or (2) two 125ers.

    The idea behind the first option is to see how big a fighter needs to be in order to beat the 300 pound guy. If he keeps winning, increase the size of his opponent until he loses (145, 155, 170, etc)

    The idea behind the second option is obvious. How many 125ers can beat a 300 pounder? Increase the number of hobbits until the big guy loses.

    CAVEAT: This can only happen in Japan because of the Unified Rules in the US and elsewhere. However, I can see the integrity of this idea undercut by good ol' Japanese fight fixing.

    Nonetheless, you will watch the hell out of this freakshow!
     


  2. Not exactly the same but it's been done. But I like your idea
     
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    Probably the largest size difference ever in MMA.
     
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    Not super tiny guys, but I'm thinking Demtrious Johnson could have landed that ankle lock on Butterbean as easily as Sudo.
     
  6. ThunderL1ps Red Belt

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    What about a Royal Rumble type of deal? 300 pounder and see how many of these dwarves he can beat? Keep sending them in until he beats them all? Maybe have 30 of them in total?

    Gulliver's Travels of MMA championship.
     
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    I would enjoy seeing roided Lesnar vs. an army of dwarves.

    Lesnar vs. 1 dwarf.
    Lesnar vs. 2 dwarves.
    Lesnar vs. 3 dwarves etc. until he loses.

    His pay for the fight increases with each wave of dwarves he defeats.

    Not sure if the dwarves should even be trained or just random street dwarves. Even with street dwarves 15 of them could probably take Brock.

    You could also do Reem insteaf of Brock but he's under contract.
     
  8. Necrocrawler Purple Belt

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    Can someone find that shoop of Picket/MM vs Bigfoot Silva poster? That shoop was epic
     
  9. crystallake Purple Belt

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    That poor first dwarf is fucked. At least let them fight in tagteams or something.
     
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    TS was Pride's former matchmaker
     
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    Prime Bob Sapp would beat the living soul otu of Prime Cruz.
     
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    *i read this in Sapp's pro wrestling voice followed by his evil laugh*
     
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    So you're saying McConnor vs full sized fighter? :D
     

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