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Old 07-04-2017, 07:47 AM
 
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are there any MMA fighters that have at least 25 fights and are undefeated? It's like these MMA fighters come and go, they don't last long. Chris Weidman defeated Anderson Silva but lost to less skilled fighters after him and it's embarrassing. I actually like him since he is from Nassau County Long Island like I am. He lost 3 times in a row. I thought the UFC let them go when they lose 3 fights. That's what happened to Ivan Menjivar and he was the only one with my nationality in the UFC. Since he stopped fighting I don't even watch UFC anymore. Ronda Rousey didn't last long. Anderson Silva didn't last long. I am comparing them to undefeated professional boxers. Compare the best boxers right now to the best mma fighters and the mma fighter will have loses. 25 or more fights. Where the hell are they? Do they even exist? Any top MMA fighter who was undefeated with at least 25 professional fights??????

 
Old 07-04-2017, 03:29 PM
 
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......they don't last long....


Same with the women..........Rousey, Holm,Tate.


Andy Warhol says everybody gets their 15 minutes of fame.
 
Old 07-05-2017, 11:08 AM
 
Location: spring tx
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are there any MMA fighters that have at least 25 fights and are undefeated? It's like these MMA fighters come and go, they don't last long. Chris Weidman defeated Anderson Silva but lost to less skilled fighters after him and it's embarrassing. I actually like him since he is from Nassau County Long Island like I am. He lost 3 times in a row. I thought the UFC let them go when they lose 3 fights. That's what happened to Ivan Menjivar and he was the only one with my nationality in the UFC. Since he stopped fighting I don't even watch UFC anymore. Ronda Rousey didn't last long. Anderson Silva didn't last long. I am comparing them to undefeated professional boxers. Compare the best boxers right now to the best mma fighters and the mma fighter will have loses. 25 or more fights. Where the hell are they? Do they even exist? Any top MMA fighter who was undefeated with at least 25 professional fights??????
see your biggest problem, youre trying to compare 2 totally different sports.

its like saying the longest win streak in the nba is 33 straight, so why is the longest win streak in the nfl only 21?

you just cant do it.

next youll tell us the same old story about how boxing is better because mayweather makes a lot of money.

blah blah blah
 
Old 07-05-2017, 04:58 PM
 
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see your biggest problem, youre trying to compare 2 totally different sports.

its like saying the longest win streak in the nba is 33 straight, so why is the longest win streak in the nfl only 21?

you just cant do it.

next youll tell us the same old story about how boxing is better because mayweather makes a lot of money.

blah blah blah
they are both combat sports, even in kickboxing and muay thai you have fighters that are 30 plus and undefeated so your logic doesn't make sense
 
Old 07-05-2017, 05:32 PM
 
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they are both combat sports, even in kickboxing and muay thai you have fighters that are 30 plus and undefeated so your logic doesn't make sense
Mma has far far far more options and ways to win/lose.
Boxing is 1 dimensional in comparison
The vast majority of those undefeated boxers fought cans for their first 5-10-15 fights. You don't see that in mma.
Hell mayweather was fighting cans until his 15-16th fight. His 9th or 10th opponent was 1-13.

Mma doesn't protect fighters, they make the fights the fans want to see.
 
Old 07-05-2017, 07:47 PM
 
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Mma has far far far more options and ways to win/lose.
Boxing is 1 dimensional in comparison
The vast majority of those undefeated boxers fought cans for their first 5-10-15 fights. You don't see that in mma.
Hell mayweather was fighting cans until his 15-16th fight. His 9th or 10th opponent was 1-13.

Mma doesn't protect fighters, they make the fights the fans want to see.
you are supposed to gradually move up to improve your skills, these mma fighters are like a fad, they come and go, it's just copy and paste like cookie cutters, thats why these guys aren't skilled at what they do in every discipline, it's like they found a lot of these guys behind garbage dumpsters fighting and now they are UFC fighters, its a joke to every discipline, Conor McGregor is supposed to be a stand up fighter but he wouldn't be champion in boxing, kickboxing or muay thai, Floyd Mayweather will teach this kid a lesson
 
Old 07-05-2017, 07:51 PM
 
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Clearly you've never trained anything
You're welcome to walk into any mma/bjj gym in your area and offer that challenge.

Take your boxing bs bias back to the boxing board.
 
Old 07-06-2017, 12:34 PM
 
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Mma has far far far more options and ways to win/lose.
This is one of the larger reasons why amassing a long undefeated streak would prove more challenging in mma. However, if the OP is genuinely interested in watching an undefeated fighter rack up more wins, I'd point them towards Joanna Jedrzejczyk. She's got a few more coming, I'm sure.
 
Old 07-06-2017, 01:33 PM
 
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The OP says Anderson Silva didn't last long. Do you realize he fought in the UFC for 7 years before he lost to Chris Weidman. When he lost he was on the downside of his career(38 years old) and already defended his belt many times.
 
Old 07-06-2017, 01:35 PM
 
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