1. Prime Fedor (after a hard debate with myself, I have to rank Fedor at nr. 1. When he wanted to take someone down he took him down. He had the most versatile TDs too IMO, he didn't try to TD certain fighters, because he was versatile enough to use another style.) Prime Randleman (his shot was like a lightning and he took down people with ease. I remember only CC stopping HW Randleman's TD- I might be wrong though) Prime Coleman (his TDs were very strong and very hard to stop) Cormier (great TDs) Cain (great TDs, but I can't forget this: because: Prime Kerr (a beast) Prime Fujita (very underrated TDs) Prime Minotauro (underrated TDs, I don't know if people remember) Barnett (versatile and violent TDs) Prime Ken Shamrock (never forget him) These are my candidates. I don't know if I can rank them. I gave Fedor the nr. 1, because of his versatility and ability to take anyone to the ground once he decided to do it. I might get laughed at, but most of the best TD artists are not really versatile. They mostly attack with leg TDs all the time and the unified rules play in their favour. I'd love any suggestions. I can't rank them. So I'd like to see what the rest of you think.