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  1. FutureBwChamp Banned Banned

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    If you had to sit down and explain someone's UFC career to a casual who are the fighters with the most interesting career. Off the top of my head it is Jon Jones to try to explain how he is undefeated but not undefeated, how belts have been stripped and then regained, drug test, a fight moved to different city after "pictograms ", legal troubles etc. I guess the question is if you took a random person and said this is fighter X and tried to explain their career which fighter would leave a casual lost and confused
     
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    Trying to explain Chael P Sonnen's undefeated record to people who look up his record online. They just don't understand.
     
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    Robbie Lawler maybe... Cut and forgotten, then came back years later, a journeyman, and won the fookin belt.
     
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    It's hard to explain that turinabol had UFC career.
     
  5. Better Every Day Zhang finishing Andrade avatar Platinum Member

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    If a person is "lost and confused" does that mean he is maximally interested?
     
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    war machine
     
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    Michael Bisping, or Conor of course
     
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    Explaining BJ Penn's UFC career to a casual, and how a fighter with a 16-14 record (12-13 in UFC) is considered a LW GOAT contender.

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  9. elwani Instigate, dominate, annihilate

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    It's hard to explain that pico = 10^-12.
     
  10. FutureBwChamp Banned Banned

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    Was just about to ad this
     
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    A guy fights and he is not much of a fighter
    He is also a violent retard
    He also takes tren + test which makes him even more violent
    He fucks a porn actress
    The actress cheats the retard
    The retard beats the shit out of the actress and her lover
    The retard goes to jail for life
    Some dumb cunt decides to marry the retard while in jail

    If you want me to explain Brett Rogers career, I'm here bro
     
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    Francis Ngannou
     
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    Chris Ltyle, over 50 MMA matches and never finished. Remarkable.
     
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    Conor probably. He's felt the highest highs and the lowest lows in this sport. Knocking out Aldo in 13 seconds and getting choked out by Nate Diaz, avenging the loss to Diaz in a 5 round war, becoming a double UFC champ by beating Eddie Alvarez, and then fighting Floyd Mayweather in boxing. Coming back to fight Khabib in the biggest MMA fight. Starting up in Ireland as an MMA fighter, a country where MMA was an underground sport and stayed loyal to his team. I don't really like what Conor has become as of late, or I should say during 2016-2020. But his documentary is a really good watch imo. What makes it interesting is because Conor was doing this mostly on his own accord through motivation and visualisation.


    He got a story that is hard to beat.
     
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    Leonardo Santos

    3rd degree BJJ blackbelt
    Undefeated in the ufc (7-0-1)
    Hasn’t lost since 2009
    Won TUF WW tournament
    Fights at LW
    41 years old
    Rarely fights
    Could retire without ever losing a fight in the ufc
     
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    He lost in tuf
     
  17. Egészségére! Brown Belt

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    Didn’t count on his mma record though. Either way interesting ufc career
     
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    Easily Conor
    then GSP because of the comeback title win.
     
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    Here's a fun fact about him... According to BJJ Heroes, he has a flying armbar over some guy they call George St. Pierre... Now, if that's who I think it is, you can't get a much better win than that.
     
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