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PostSubject: are win loss records overratted?   Mon 14 May 2007, 5:55 pm

Here is an example Joe Riggs has had a lot of fights in mma but he looked horrible against Sanchez. Also Shonie Carter also has had a lot of fights also. I also watch boxing and some of these guys have good records but when they face top competetion they lose
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PostSubject: Re: are win loss records overratted?   Mon 14 May 2007, 8:03 pm

I think you are right. If a guy comes in and has a great record but hasn't fought anyone great, his record is overrated. For example, Rashad Evans (hi Cel!) has MMA record of 15-0 and is 5-0 in the UFC. When he loses to Tito, we'll see where he stands. Not saying he isn't a good fighter but the record is a little inflated.

Also, Bisping has a MMA record of 13-0 and is 3-0 in the UFC. Again, not saying he isn't good but he hasn't faced anyone that great in the UFC.
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PostSubject: Re: are win loss records overratted?   Mon 14 May 2007, 8:20 pm

DennisN wrote:
I think you are right. If a guy comes in and has a great record but hasn't fought anyone great, his record is overrated. For example, Rashad Evans (hi Cel!) has MMA record of 15-0 and is 5-0 in the UFC. When he loses to Tito, we'll see where he stands. Not saying he isn't a good fighter but the record is a little inflated.

Also, Bisping has a MMA record of 13-0 and is 3-0 in the UFC. Again, not saying he isn't good but he hasn't faced anyone that great in the UFC.
what a TUF hater! 5 - 0 or 3 - 0 is still undefeated. they fight who is placed in front of them by the ufc. they cant say they are 200-2 (like in ufc 1-5) when they arent. does this mean they are going 2 win? hell no! anybody can lose anytime in mma (hi tito!). its all a chess match and a test of who has the better gameplan.
under your criteria of who is a great fighter....gonzo is pretty damn good right now. so is serra.
records mean nothing once u step in the cage. u are only good as your last fight.
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