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What Fighter(s) that deputed in 1997 or before story would like to see featured a Hollywood Biopic

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    Just for fun you can only pick three, and have one honorable mention.

    1. Tank Abbott- A rise and fall witch would include debauchery, ventures into pro-wrestling and ending with him fighting Scott Ferrozzo in a back yard.

    2.Ken Shamrock- Starting with being a troubled youth, to the king of Pancrase, pro wrestling, ups and downs, and ending with him finally beating Royce Gracie (If that happens)

    3.Don Frye- An overall bad mother fucker, featuring his career in the early UFC's and fighting in Japan. Ending with him beating Ken shamrock in Pride.

    Honorable Mention
    Randy Couture- An Overall inspirational story involving amateur wrestling, mma, and ending with him beating Tim Sylvia for the UFC HW title.
     
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    Rondas biopic will be far better than all of them.
     
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    That would be an interesting story for sure, but he deputed in 99.
     
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    Sakuraba for sure
     
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    Igor would be awesome.
     
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    Pre-2005 MMA in-and-of-itself could use an extensive biopic, there are too many guys i would call pioneers and legend.
     
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    randy couture for sure
     
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    The Smashing Machine was a documentary not a biopic.
     
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    Rickson Gracie, the only answer.

    Would be an atristic bleak movie, showing his early dominance and his family's pressure. spartan like. And it ends in the 95 Japan Vale Tudo where he crowned himself as the legend he is. The movie should carry a duality in Rickson's character from being the Spartan like figure, at the same time being a family man.
     
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    I know he didn't debut till 1999 but Lee Murrey's story would probably make the best movie of any mma fighter
     

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