Heavyweight Top Ten

Heavyweight Top Ten for August, 2007:

1.. Fedor Emelianenko

2.. Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira

3.. Mirko “CroCop” Filipovic

4.. Josh Barnett

5.. Randy Couture

6.. Gabriel Gonzaga

7.. Andrei Arlovski

8.. Aleksander Emelianenko

9.. Tim Sylvia

10.. Fabricio Werdum

Published in: on August 20, 2007 at 1:05 PM  Comments (6)  

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  1. why do you continue to put Crocop at #3, he should be lower than Gonzaga. Also when do the unsigned PRIDE guys start dropping thru inactivity?

  2. those rankings are ridiculous. Couture matches well with any fighter you put him against. He’d demolish Cro Cop and could handle Nog no prob. Hes top three material easily.

  3. Maybe now that Crocop lost to another fighter that wasn’t ranked at the time of their fight people will realize his #3 ranking is not deserved, not by a long shot. Don’t get me wrong he is a good fighter probably top 15 but not even close to top 3.

  4. pretty close except couture should be 2 cro cop should be back in like 8 or 9 congo for werdum and maybe sylvia over aleksander by 1

  5. i think tim silvia is quite underated, his record is really good and only lost three times.

  6. Fedor is WAY overated…all he beat was a 100 y/o Mark Coleman and 185 Lbs Matt Lindland…and nows hes signed with M-1 Mix Fight and dodging Couture…he souldn’t be on the list…and Shogun should be off the list…just shows that chute box fighters cant do it without steroids.


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