Imagine if Greg Jackson was Prime Wanderlei's coach. He would have used more takedowns to set up ground and pound, submissions, tried to throw more leg kicks and thrown straight punches which he looked good at when he fought Bisping. He would have been able to beat all the dudes he fought... O ya he was still undefeated for like 5 years at 205 and his first loss was to Mark Hunt a 290 pound K1 champ. He got robbed in that fight also and Randy Couture will explain why. So basically he fought by putting ona show and still beat everyone in his weight. He had a great chin and would take a shot to get one. With his power tho he could hurt people really bad, his speed throwing strikes as well as moving around the ring allowed him to get to people when he attacked. The icing on the cake is his cardio was unreal. One of the first things to go as a fighter gets old is speed then cardio. Chucky and Fedor both also had that ability to unload to 10 to 15 punches full power when guys where hurt and they lost it when they got old along with their speed. I'm getting off track tho
-Basically Wanderlei had the cardio to attack Jones nonstop, his chin and recovery would keep him awake(Jones hasn't shown crazy ko power anyway), he was quicker than Jones moving on his feet as well as in his hands so he could ge to Jones like Rashad. The difference between Rashad tho is he didnt have the cardio to keep it up, he also gave Jones too much respect which Wanderlei would not do. He would go forward and either land or get landed on, and if he hurt jones he would unload with the best killer instinct maybe of all time. Jones would have to take him down and grind out a decision. Most likely he would use he reach to find the timing and take Wanderlei down, from there he would hold him there and try and pull a Ricardo Arona like decision.
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