Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by Martialbeef, Jan 13, 2020.
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For real though I got it Rumble Hunt Hendo
2. Ngannou (more speed, puts his body behind shots more)
3. Manhoef (doesn't matter which weight his opponent is, or if it's MMA or kickboxing. wins are KO's)
Hendo P4P up there.
I would put:
Marciano / Hearns
No chance, Nelson went on a tear knocking everyone out, Arlovski has power for sure but never near prime Nelson level.
JDS didn't either, him and arlovski are the types to stop people with punches rather than 1 punch someone.
Jesus thats too violent
When he was heavier in his first UFC run. He wasnt annihlating people with one hit when he dropped down to 230 ish
Look at this beautiful creature
Top 4 in freaky power imo. Crazy how carwin had that much more power when he was a hw.
Gerald McClellan hit harder
Hunt's power is overrated.
He is among 10 no doubt.
Surely not hardest hitter.Took him 600 punches on some skinny japanese guy in pride,couldnt finish much smaller Wand too,after 100 shots finally managed to drop Struve in comaprison to Roy who did it easily quickly into the fight.
I'm a huge Hunt fan, but as I mentioned earlier in the thread I agree with you that his raw power isn't on some earth-shattering level like a lot of the HWs we've mentioned. He wins with a lot more technique than it might appear at first glance.
ICE COLD IGOR needs more love in here.
I’m pretty shocked the black beast is only mentioned once up to this point. He’s not the fastest but he seems to have some freaky power that he can potentially explode with in any round. I would probably go
Did prime Roy Nelson make anyone's list? He knocked out that guy who said that jiu jitsu doesn't work (right before he got tapped). Can't quite recall his name at the moment. Anyway, Roy had some pretty devastating power in his prime.
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