Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by Andrei Orlovski, Sep 20, 2013.
Who is more likely to get the belt any time soon?
Will there ever be a European UFC champion?
There has been 2 already, Bas Rutten and Andrei Arlovski
I can't see one soon but eventually a European will become champ.
Conor's already goat.
But he is irish right? From Boston so he aint european, brah!
I believe there will be a champion from Russia, one day. It's just a matter of time.
Haha, in all seriousness if he does pan out like everyone expects he's probably the next European that'll get a title shot. Unless Bisping is put in as a short notice replacement or something.
IF Jones goes to heavyweight, Gustaf might be champ.
Not this weekend yet though.
I'm hoping for Tarec Saffiedine but that's because he's Belgian like me.
I also had high hopes for Dennis Siver at 145 :-(
What do you think is happening on Saturday?
No, every (each) european won't be champion of the UFC. That's impossible.
Eventually again, See Bas and Andrei
Will there ever Japan champ? or Will korea be first?
cant see either of them having a champ even in the future,,
All Carmont has to do is to survive 5 rounds against whoever will be the MW champ then. He'll win the SD.
Yes, Alexander Gustafsson.
Oleg, Bas and the guy in your av have already been ufc champs. Or do you mean will there be another European ufc champ?
Yes there will be. Europeans are catching up on wrestling now - its only a matter of time
OP's name is Orlovski and didnt realise Arlovski was Euro. Silly rabbit.
There was a dude in here the other day saying how he's going to Europe on vacation, I asked him which country and he said "Europe, I just told you!"
On topic, it will come in the next ten years imo. In England for example we have good strikers, some sick BJJ but our wrestling is mediocre at best. Our mma gyms need to tap some of the eastern European wrestling coaches up!
Judging that his username is actually even 'less anglicized' version of Арлоўскі, I would say it has to be trollin'.
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