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Old 01-19-2012, 10:17 AM
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Haha, brought back from the dead. So far, this article is 0/2 of the original 5 listed:

1. Anderson Silva
2. Rashad Evans
3. Rampage Jackson
4. Phil Davis
5. Shogun Rua

I'm very confident saying that Davis and Evans would suffer the same fate as Jackson and Rua.
Well, to be precise, he hasn't had a rematch against a 100% healthy Shogun, which was what the article specified. However, let's just say with a lot of us putting Machida in the list ahead of Davis...he's still 2-0 against fighters people thought could potentially beat him.
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Old 01-19-2012, 01:16 PM
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Well, to be precise, he hasn't had a rematch against a 100% healthy Shogun, which was what the article specified. However, let's just say with a lot of us putting Machida in the list ahead of Davis...he's still 2-0 against fighters people thought could potentially beat him.
yeah, cuz technically a 100% shogun is unbeatable, just like a motivated and in-shape bj penn
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yeah, cuz technically a 100% shogun is unbeatable, just like a motivated and in-shape bj penn
I don't find your comment funny at all wait til froggy comes back and really gets an injury...
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Old 01-19-2012, 03:08 PM
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yeah, cuz technically a 100% shogun is unbeatable, just like a motivated and in-shape bj penn
LOL, big QFT here!
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I'd root for Jones against any of those guys.

I don't believe Rashad of Rampage or Shogun stand more than a punchers chance.

Phil Davis, Anderson, maybe...
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Old 01-19-2012, 07:10 PM
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yeah, cuz technically a 100% shogun is unbeatable, just like a motivated and in-shape bj penn
I didn't say he was, just pointing out that's what the original article said, so Jones has only had one of the fights on the list.

As far as your comment, I love it!
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Old 01-19-2012, 07:57 PM
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I didn't say he was, just pointing out that's what the original article said, so Jones has only had one of the fights on the list.

As far as your comment, I love it!
I'm confused, Bones beat Shogun at UFC 128 and Rampage Jackson at UFC 135. He beat Shogun decisively, even after being a replacement for Evans. How is this win discredited?
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I'm confused, Bones beat Shogun at UFC 128 and Rampage Jackson at UFC 135. He beat Shogun decisively, even after being a replacement for Evans. How is this win discredited?
The article was written after his win over Shogun, so the implication was that if he faced Shogun, it would be in a rematch.
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