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Who had the better career? Feijao, Mike Kyle or Jorge Santiago?

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  1. tehMoose Yellow Card Yellow Card

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    Who has the best resume and who do you feel was the best fighter from them?
     
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  2. TheSpider Black Belt

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    The man who KOd Romero
     
  3. Overeem Blue Belt

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    Santiago. I think he was Sengoku champ. Had some good scraps with misaki and khalidov
     
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    Santiago imho. Santiago-Misaki 2 is a gem.
     
  6. King of Fists Mobile Platinum Member

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    Prime roided Feijao had the highest peak, overall as a career though I'd go Kyle or Santiago. Feijao also lost to Kyle head to head.
     
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    Feijao...?

    He had the belt in Strikeforce and finished Romero
     
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    Santiago
     
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    THE SHAMAN?!
     
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    1. Feijao - He had the Strikeforce championship, which is considered to be a major title. KO'd Romero.
    2. Santiago - Had wars in Sengoku and had their belt, though it is by all accounts a minor league title, even for that time period.
    3. Mike Kyle - He's kinda just known for beating the fuck out of Brian Olsen illegally and getting annhilated by Rumble.
     
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  11. BLIND Brown Belt

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    Didnt Feijao smash Kyle with a Flying Knee followed up by a Guillotine choke? I think he tested positive and it either got reversed or a NC
     
  12. GIBLERTBAPTISTA very allegorical

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    I'd say Santiago overall based on his body of work. He picked up a lot of big wins and had one of the greatest fights of all time with Misaki. Feijao was more of a flash in the pan.
     
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    No, the infielder for the Brisbane Bandits.
     
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  16. Buffmeister If u aint smokey it aint your m'fkin message

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    I think Santiago is kinda underrated, since his UFC runs were not so good...
     
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  17. NicholasJBasile Hoping to fight some day...

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    They all had some pretty nice high points, but I think I'd go with Santiago. He went on a tear outside the UFC.
     
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  19. GOAT. White Belt

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    Prime juiced up Feijao didn't keep that peak form for long but while in that form he was a bad man. I'd give that version of Feijao a legit chance of beating Jan.

    Santiago was awesome too. Kyle was meh.
     
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    Jorge Santiago.

    Why do u have yellow card. At this pace everyone going to get one not sure whats going on
     

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