Worst record in MMA?

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  1. TheRealFireman

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    I was looking back at Kimbo's old fights for fun and saw he had an amateur fight. That fight was against Jay Ellis who I'd never heard of but KO'd Kimbo in 24 seconds (170lb fighter btw lol). Thought he might be good but his record is 12-56 is this the worst pro fight record?
     
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    Not the same Jay Ellis. And there's worse.
     
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    just before the debate kicks off, BJ Penn's record is pretty good. no fucking around and cussing him for god's sake.
     
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    5starthai Far and away, across to the narrow sea to Braavos

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    Well he is abiut to take another L soon
     
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    Lucifer Alpha The Catastrophe

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    Kenneth Allen takes the cake. Randy Ronchi is probably the second worst.
     
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    Good for Ronchi, still getting in there after opening up with 15 straight losses and getting a win... Can't say he doesn't have perseverance.
     
  8. TheRealFireman

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    Ok lets take out the guys with 1 or 0 wins because lets be honest if you can't win more then once then you may want to think about a career change. Jay has 56 loses 72% loss percentage
     
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    Valentijn Overeem is probably up there. Jason Guida too.
     
  11. Kalmah

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    Fighters with the most losses:

    Shannon Ritch 76
    Bryan Robinson 67
    Dennis Reed 59
    Jay Ellis 55
    Johnathan Ivey 50
    Bruce Johnson 50
    Travis Fulton 49
    Paul Jenkins 48
    Shawn Nolan 46
    Ted Worthington 45
     
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    several of those are most likely works though.
     
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    oh fuck off, he's good, has some top wins. context. bro. context.
     
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    haha GOAT can thread
     
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    Thats not even all his losses too. I've seen him listed as having wins by local promoters but haven't found any evidence to back this up. What's weird is he's always in decent shape and isn't the worst fighter I've seen, he never looks like he's throwing fights either, yet he still ends up with a record that bad.
     
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    How have we gotten this far without bringing up Scott Blevins? He's 0-17, and never made it out of the 1st round. He's never made it to the 3rd minute of the first round. Plus, he calls out name fighters, says he works for the UFC as a talent scout, and I'm pretty sure Dana White has a restraining order against him. Seriously, he's a blast to follow on facebook.
     
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    Well from 1999-2001, yeah.

    Regardless, the thread is not about a fighter's skills but rather their record, and 32-35 is pretty freaking bad.
     
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    Perhaps the 2 guys that lost to them are even worse.
     

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