POLL: Who has had the better MMA fighters, Brazil vs USA?

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  1. TheOneAboveAll3

    TheOneAboveAll3 Brown Belt

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    For Brazil you have Silva, Machida, JDS, Shogun, Wand, Nunes, Aldo to name some of the top guys

    For USA you have Tito, Ken Shamrock, Frank Edgar, Rhonda Rousey, Brock and TJ


    A: is for Brazil
    B: is for USA
     
  2. Lukn4trbl

    Lukn4trbl Brown Belt

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    C: the one with the better PEDS

    P.S. Your USA list sucks. Why not add CM Punk with all that other shit?
     
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  3. BRASIL WAND

    BRASIL WAND ▓▓▓AMERICAN TOP TEAM▓▓▓

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    Muricans are champs. Brazilians are contenders....

    Until this changes, murica wins.
     
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    Gambit MMA Yellow Card Yellow Card

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    In terms of PPV draw/stars American.
     
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    hey could a mod make sure to not add a poll, here?
     
  8. Natural Order

    Natural Order Bad Mutha Shoopa

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    Thread starting shouldn't be allowed till 1000 posts.
     
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  9. Sweater of AV

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    Doesn't even include GOAT Big Nog....

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  10. Toad Rogan

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    You left out Jones, DC and DJ who have been some of the most dominant fighters ever but included Tito and Brock for USA? The USA has a much deeper talent pool due to a significantly larger population and wrestling programs in almost every high school which can serve as a good strating point for an MMA career.
     
  11. Lukn4trbl

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    Shit thread starting should never be allowed.
     
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    TS is fucking baked.
     
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  13. C0NCH3TO

    C0NCH3TO Gold Belt

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    VERY HARD to tell. Both are up there way above the rest, though.
     
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  14. The Bard

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    Lol at those lists.

    Might as well list Carla Esparza and Kaleb Starnes.
     
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    Jones, DC, Cain, Stipe, Chuck, Weidman, rockhold, Woodley, j.Henderson, Lawler, Penn, b Henderson, Holloway, tj, cruz, Cody, dj, cejudo, ect
     
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    rorschach51 2019 STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS! LETS GO BLUES!

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    Of those you listed Brazil. Only Frankie Edgar I consider great out of the USA group, Tito was close but never really beat elite competition, TJ would have been a no-brainer but he ruined that with this EPO shit.
     
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  17. EzekielFromMount

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    Per income per capita it's brazil haha, in terms of public success in the last 10 years US.

    If they actually had some crazy nation vs nation tournament, who knows. I'd bet on Brazil. Great fighters that we've never heard of are fighting regional shows in poor countries, while hacks like Derrick Lewis and Dmitry Smoliakov get showcased in the UFC.
     
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  18. Pancake Sprawl

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    don't forget money. America has a lot more money.

    guys like Jon Jones went to college, BJ Penn and Cowboy have enough money to never have to work a real job in their life.

    meanwhile in Brazil, Jose Aldo was literally living in his gym and Palhares grew up eating pig slop.
     
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  20. Filter909

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    USA by miles. JDS, Nunes, Werdum, etc all live and train in USA, making America even greater. Brazil can keep Nova Uniao lol.
     

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