CanadaMan wrote:Xanatos Gambit wrote:Hmmm....If you could have a no holds barred cage match against one Actor, one Wrestler, one AAA Forum Member, and one MMA Fighter, who would they be and why?
Also, who would be the winner of that fight? Explain why said person would be the winner.
This ... is going to take a while.
I'm going to pull a fast one on the wrestler, so hang tight.
ACTOR: Ewan McGregor.
He's a pretty solid actor in everything I've seen him in, and has a variety of training under his belt for his roles. It would be a fun match to go against him.
-Result: CanadaMan wins. Despite everything he has done, I feel that my current conditioning, technique, and power would outdo his. He'd some solid shots in, but in the end, your favourite Canadian would triumph.
WRESTLER: Chael P. Sonnen, 2x NCAA Wrestler. Okay, so he's a big mofo (I believe he walks around 220+), but his mouth certainly belongs to the WWE the way his interviews have gone since his 5-round match against The Spider Silva. Elevated testosterone levels or not, illegal knee-bars or not, Chael Sonnen has proved that he's able to wrestle, whether it's against black belts in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, or All-Americans (nicknames or not).
-Result: Chael Sonnen wins. His size, experience, and skills outdo my own. Despite the loss on my part, I would then attend training with him and add to my skills, experience and size.
AAA FORUM MEMBER: This is a tough one. I tend to enjoy a challenge, whether I win or lose. I've honestly sat around for 30 minutes and I can't decide. So I pose to you, to all of you: name an opponent for me from the ranks of the AAA.
MMA FIGHTER: Duane "Bang" Ludwig. If I didn't already enjoy training and watching MMA, Duane would be the guy able to make me like it. As a fighter and professional athlete, he is unmatched in his ability to call upon his fans to do the right thing. He seems to have no enemies, only friends and good-natured opponents possibly waiting for a rematch.
-Result: Draw. Fairly presumptuous of me you might think, and normally you'd be correct. In this case, he shines in his standup, and his Muay Thai/American Kickboxing record shows this. He also shines in his conditioning, which is why I've modelled some of my routine after his. However, his ground game is average, enough to escape with a bit of work, but certainly no submission artist. Having personally gone toe-to-toe with an opponent 50 pounds heavier and 3 inches taller than me, I know I can take a few solid hits and keep on moving. Duane is shorter than I, which gives me the reach advantage (okay, so his height isn't key to reach, but I know I have longer limbs than he does), and that means he has to batter his way inside my guard to strike at me. Stuffing the takedown is my primary means of taking an opponent down, but since Duane normally wouldn't shoot, I would have to bring him against the cage and tie up his limbs to take him down. My gable grip is second only a handful (hah ... pun), thus allowing me to take Ludwig to the ground. I call for a Draw because I don't believe I could out-agress Duane standing up, I'd have to bait him in and make my move. However, I feel that I could keep the fight on the ground for longer than Duane would want or like and work for submissions. (Though with the way they scored the Condit/Diaz and Bendo/Edgar fights, the judges might make me lose on number of strikes alone)
Xanatos Gambit wrote:From the Ranks of AAA? Mitsugi, Guts_Matrix, or Roukou....
What are your thoughts?
Sir 404'd wrote:if I came to one of your fights would you manage to defeat the opponent(s) and walk away without taking a serious blow?
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