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10 Worst UFC Moments, Shouldn't Have Been Mentioned

10 Worst UFC Moments, Shouldn't Have Been Mentioned
Yesterday I picked the 10 greatest moments in UFC history.  The credit on doing these two write-ups belongs to Scott Hamill, Bleacher Report writer who compiled his 100 Greatest Moments in UFC History.  After finally getting through the list he put together, I found myself shaking my head at several points while reading.  I already gave you my top ten from his list and today I give you the opposite. I would have never placed these events on the top 100 moments in UFC history.  I hope to hear back on some of your favorite’s from Scott Harris’ list on the Bleacher Report.  I am sure you will find my opinion is more defined in this list I have compiled below.  I didn’t rank them in any particular order.  The number in front indicates where you can find them on Scott Hamill’s original Bleacher Report blog in the slideshow he compiled.  So here are my 10 picks of the most unworthy UFC moments that were chosen for UFC’s 100 Greatest Moments.  Just for fun, I would love to hear what you feel does not deserve to be listed either...

GSP Top of the MMA Chain, Shane Carwin WIll Meet Brock Lesnar

“I wanted to finish the fight…I’m very sorry.”  The devoted MMA fighter George St.Pierre said after his win last night against Dan Hardy.  The judges scored the unanimous decision as 50-43,50-44,50-45.  The British Brawler was not able to do much with GSP’s takedowns, and his striking power seemed cursed by the natural fighting wit and... Read more »

Overrated MMA Fighters of 2009

As you know I have been sharing the results of a survey I did throughout December asking MMA fans things I wanted to know. Another question I posed was: Who was the most overrated fighter of 2009? Overrated Fighters 1. Brock Lesnar  2. Forrest Griffin 3. Rampage Jackson 4. Tito Ortiz and Kimbo Slice (A... Read more »
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I'm Not Buying it Brock!

Brock Lesnar made his MMA debut against Min Soo Kim in 2007, after jumping from the WWE ring to the UFC cage. Although he came with a built in fan base and a lot of ‘hoopla’ around him, I just don’t buy him as an MMA athlete. Lesnar is hardly in the same category as... Read more »