Elite guys who fought too long and get an ugly record because of losing when old. Prime examples: Ken Shamrock and BJ Penn. Somewhat Anderson and Chuck. Those late losses don't matter. Lost their level. Should be judged by how they were in their prime. Or late career wins, which I'd say are actually better than peak career wins. Old guys scoring upsets. Like Randy vs Sylvia and Gonzaga. DC vs Stipe 1, as DC has more mileage as well. Edgar's first win vs Cub. Hendo going on a 4-fight run at age 40 against Babalu, Feijao, Fedor and the epic vs Shogun. While veterans facing each other late in their careers doesn't mean as much as a top win when at their best, but Frankie beating Faber was one of those old former champ pairings where the level was fairly equal, so the win/loss matters again.