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Re: Its time to admit. . . .

Postby DeceptaCon » Mon Feb 25, 2019 6:25 pm

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Re: Its time to admit. . . .

Postby abcd » Mon Feb 25, 2019 7:33 pm

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Pete spratt, mayhem, hieron, bisping, Hughes, Hendricks, trigg, koshcheck, hardy, shields, condit and Diaz are definitely small guys.
Menjivar, Penn and Serra were definitely undersized but had Woodley been competing in the same era in the same area his resumè would have a couple mismatches like that.
Alves tried 155 and we saw how that went but I assume you count that one too.
I'm not even a GSP fan, I'm just also not a fucking retard.
28 fights, 4 against undersized opponents, Con needs to take his shoes off and get his mom to help him figure this math out.

:lol: :lol: GSP never fought Rory so that would have been the main measuring stick. All I'm saying its a good thing GSP vacated the WW division when he did, GSP could have easily came back fought Woodley for the title again, why do you think he didn't? This is not some BS hypothetical situation that could have never happened due to different eras, they were in the same era and GSP came back to fight Bisping not Woodley b/c he knew Tyron would have slept him.
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He ducked his legacy at ww to fight an old man with one eye. Then ducked the rightful Challenger in that division too because he was "too big" even though they both moved up from 170.
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Re: Its time to admit. . . .

Postby philphan » Tue Feb 26, 2019 12:54 pm

This debate can rage on for years. Let's try to simplify. Which fighter holds the most wins over fighters in the Hall Of Fame or will be in the future?
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Re: Its time to admit. . . .

Postby DeceptaCon » Tue Feb 26, 2019 4:29 pm

philphan wrote:This debate can rage on for years. Let's try to simplify. Which fighter holds the most wins over fighters in the Hall Of Fame or will be in the future?

Woodley has wins over:

Maia
Kos
Condit
Lawler

all future HOFers

GSP has wins over
Penn
Hughes
Kos
Condit
Fitch

all future HOFers
got KTFO by Matt Serra' HOFer then avenged loss, got beat by Hughes avenged loss, arguably got beat by Penn in first fight and got beat into retirement by Hendricks.
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Re: Its time to admit. . . .

Postby philphan » Tue Feb 26, 2019 6:49 pm

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philphan wrote:This debate can rage on for years. Let's try to simplify. Which fighter holds the most wins over fighters in the Hall Of Fame or will be in the future?

Woodley has wins over:

Maia
Kos
Condit
Lawler

all future HOFers

GSP has wins over
Penn x2
Hughesx2
Kos x2
Condit
Fitch
Serra
Shields
Bisping

all future HOFers
got KTFO by Matt Serra' HOFer then avenged loss, got beat by Hughes avenged loss, arguably got beat by Penn in first fight and got beat into retirement by Hendricks.
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Re: Its time to admit. . . .

Postby DeceptaCon » Tue Feb 26, 2019 7:27 pm

philphan wrote:
DeceptaCon wrote:
philphan wrote:This debate can rage on for years. Let's try to simplify. Which fighter holds the most wins over fighters in the Hall Of Fame or will be in the future?

Woodley has wins over:

Maia
Kos
Condit
Lawler

all future HOFers

GSP has wins over
Penn x2
Hughesx2
Kos x2
Condit
Fitch
Serra
Shields
Bisping

all future HOFers
got KTFO by Matt Serra' HOFer then avenged loss, got beat by Hughes avenged loss, arguably got beat by Penn in first fight and got beat into retirement by Hendricks.
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Re: Its time to admit. . . .

Postby bruins2012 » Wed Feb 27, 2019 8:58 am

I already settled this argument.

Don’t be a bum.

Just admit the truth.

GSP is the GOAT.

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Re: Its time to admit. . . .

Postby hawdrigoh » Wed Feb 27, 2019 1:10 pm

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Re: Its time to admit. . . .

Postby PBells » Wed Feb 27, 2019 1:17 pm

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Re: Its time to admit. . . .

Postby DeceptaCon » Wed Feb 27, 2019 4:20 pm

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Re: Its time to admit. . . .

Postby slevin » Thu Feb 28, 2019 7:02 pm

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Re: Its time to admit. . . .

Postby philphan » Fri Mar 01, 2019 9:22 am

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Can someone please just put him jail? Also take R Kelly, the can share a cell. :mrgreen:
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Re: Its time to admit. . . .

Postby jjmmajkd » Sat Mar 02, 2019 4:05 am

DeceptaCon wrote:That Tyron Woodley would beat the shit out of a prime GSP. Both fighters have a great body of work and have both fought all top competition. IMO Tyron has faced a lot tougher/larger fighters and finishes people in devastating fashion. Props for GSP beating Bisping at 185 but Woodley has surpassed GSP talent-wise. Woodley fights just as smart as GSP but takes less damage and finishes tougher/larger fighters.
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It's one of those things where I say that and GSP pulls a miracle out of his ass. So I dunno if anyone can do it, it's T-Woody
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Re: Its time to admit. . . .

Postby jblaze » Sat Mar 02, 2019 7:45 pm

jjmmajkd wrote:
DeceptaCon wrote:That Tyron Woodley would beat the shit out of a prime GSP. Both fighters have a great body of work and have both fought all top competition. IMO Tyron has faced a lot tougher/larger fighters and finishes people in devastating fashion. Props for GSP beating Bisping at 185 but Woodley has surpassed GSP talent-wise. Woodley fights just as smart as GSP but takes less damage and finishes tougher/larger fighters.
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It's one of those things where I say that and GSP pulls a miracle out of his ass. So I dunno if anyone can do it, it's T-Woody

2007-2011 GSP would have had a chance against Woodley. Woodley most likely would win. They would still have to fight for us to be sure.
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Re: Its time to admit. . . .

Postby YMCA » Sat Mar 02, 2019 10:30 pm

Anyone who is all over Race Bait Woodley is deluded.

He's far from unbeatable, as we saw in the Thompson fights.

He is definitely beatable, as we saw in the Marquardt fight.

If you think GSP would have issues with him due to his power...he went up to 185 and had no trouble with Bisping.

Wrestling? He owned Chael, when Chael was around 210-220.

He has trained with Olympic caliber/gold medal winners for over a decade.

So, no. Just no.
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