When Fedor beats Rampage he will have beaten 7 UFC Champions!

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  1. Natesblackshirt

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    The GOAT has signed to fight Rampage. We all know Rampage can’t even be bothered to get in shape these days so this should be an easy fight for Fedor.

    With a win he will have wins over 7 UFC Champions! Not only that but he brutally finished them all except for Nog whom he beat twice.
    1. Andrei Arlovski
    2. Tim Sylvia
    3. Big Nog x2
    4. Frank Mir
    5. Mark Coleman x2
    6. Kevin Randleman
    7. Rampage
    Goat gonna Goat
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    yekmurat Silver Belt

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    yekmurat Silver Belt

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    Lol he beat Nog (2 times),Arlovski,Sylvia in their primes those are I remembered maybe more of them,you know nothing but act like you know too much lol
     
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    This is a much tougher matchup for Fedor than someone like Chael. HW Rampage may be the slowest fighter ever, but he still has power and a chin. Fedor isn't Mr. Double-leg, either.
     
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    gunlok Black Belt

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    Can we talk about Fabio Maldonado fight
     
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    He ducked Bob Sapp.
     
  7. Natesblackshirt

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    Sounds like you’re salty Fedor has the GOAT Hw record. He would have been glad to beat them in their prime/in the UFC if Dana wasn’t so mean to him and wouldn’t consider co-promoting like they did for Proper 12. The goat does what the goat wants.
     
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  8. Huligani

    Huligani Number One Bullshit

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    Fedor has no chance against Rampage. A stiff breeze from one of Rampage's missed punches would KO him, but Rampage ain't gonna miss.
     
  9. Here's the thing

    Here's the thing It depends on my Depends.

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    I love Fedor, and think he's the GOAT. However, this fight means nothing. Both fighters are completely irrelevant at this point and have been for years. He could get brutally KO'd or hand out a brutal KO, and it wouldn't change my opinion of him at all.
     
  10. yekmurat

    yekmurat Silver Belt

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    Yes we can, great comeback and display of heart by Fedor.
     
  12. PIИKBLIИK

    PIИKBLIИK Orange Belt

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    So if he beats him it's another champ down for his legacy...but if he gets blacked out again it's okay we wont count it as a loss cos he's past his prime?
     
  13. 90 50

    90 50 Silver Belt

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    Arlovski and Silva not only were not UFC champions anymore, they had been released from the UFC for sucking.

    Truth hurts, but these are the facts.
     
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  14. Deadwing88

    Deadwing88 Fleck Belt.

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    Even Coleman was coming off a 7-1 streak including a Pride Openweight Grand Prix win, before he fought Fedor the first time round..
     
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    loisestrad Gold Belt Platinum Member

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    Nog was definitely on top when Fedor beat him.

    Arlovski was basically too. On his most significant win streak ever.

    Sylvia? Well, his top was when he was roiding to "look good", which wasn't too far from when Fedor faced him.

    Mir was far from his top, as Fedor was.

    Randleman was at his peak. Having just beat Cro Cop.


    You haven't got a reasonable point.
     
  16. Natesblackshirt

    Natesblackshirt Black Belt

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    Correct
     
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  17. Deadwing88

    Deadwing88 Fleck Belt.

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    Arlovski was released for sucking..?

    {<jordan}

    He was on a 3 fight streak when the UFC released him, then he went on to finish Rothwell and Nelson in Affliction and Elite, before fighting Fedor..
     
  18. yekmurat

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    Lol thats why Arlovski is still in UFC??
     
  19. true_fan

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    Yeah just like he did Bader
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  20. Natural Order

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    Yes, it's the responsibility of the best fighter on the planet to seek out his challengers.........by signing away his rights.

    Oh you.
     
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