Alright, so this is the thread to make all your custom UFC Fight Cards, with names included, pictures if you want are also do-able, and fight predictions are also permitted whether you're predicting someone elses fight cards, or your own.
Just as well, it'd be preferrable if you named the PPV's.
Weight Class doesn't matter, just pick any fighter from any weight class to fight, as long as it isn't girl-on-guy, or guy-on girl.
I wouldn't count the Bantamweight's out just yet, I mean, look at Royce Gracie back in the day beating that huge Sumo wrestler or beating Ken Shamrock, who as way bigger then him and was skilled enough to beat Bas Rutten.
I think Cruz is good enough to beat Dos Santos.
Eddie Wineland might be able to take Frank Mir.
Edit: Also, Fedor should take Randy, and absolutely beats Brock Lesnar, he's too much for him to handle.
Anderson Silva should take the fight against Georges St. Pierre.
The size difference between those guys is nowhere near as large as bantamweight-heavweight. Royce also fought during a time when brazilian jiu jutsu was still a mystery for everyone, and fighters were less well rounded in general. That isn't the case nowadays.
He'd die to all the guys you listed too.
I'm always watching.
Last edited by StyleTime on Sep 3rd, 2015 at 04:35 PM
Kimura did judo and the 80 lbs difference isn't 100% confirmed AFAIK. Either way, Kimura dominated Helio the entire time. Helio showed true warrior spirit, but it was hardly an even exchange from my understanding.
Here, Helio's grandson speaks on it. "Kimura threw him every which way you could imagine. Like a ragdoll. He was just too strong."
His grandson can't actually confirm the weight, and was already wrong about Kimura doing jujitsu. The only reason we can believe the part about Kimura ragdolling Helio is because the video clips clearly show that. Kimura was around 185 lbs. No way did Gracie weigh 105 lbs.
Right. Surviving a thrashing is still a thrashing.
As for Kato, again, way smaller weight difference than Bantamweight to Heavyweight, and MMA isn't grappling only.
I'm always watching.
Last edited by StyleTime on Sep 8th, 2015 at 01:42 AM