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The MMA Hall of [email protected]#$%&G Awesome: Mirko Filipovic “Cro Cop” was the most feared striker in mixed martial arts, compiling one of the sport’s all-time highlight reels on his way to winning the 2006 Pride Fighting Championships Grand Prix and establishing himself as a contender in both...
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The MMA Hall of [email protected]#$%&G Awesome: Kazushi Sakuraba He was the face — and soul — of Pride Fighting Championships, taking on all comers in his signature freewheeling style and becoming one of...
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The MMA Hall of [email protected]#$%&G Awesome: Damacio Page “The Angel of Death” brought a level of savagery and knockout power that had previously been rare in the lighter weight divisions, and left his fair share of highlights in...
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The MMA Hall of [email protected]#$%&G Awesome: Jose Landi-Jons The vale tudo legend bridged the gap to the early MMA era and helped put Chute Boxe on the map with heart, well-rounded skills and sheer savagery.
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The MMA Hall of [email protected]#$%&G Awesome: Rumina Sato The relentless grappler became all but synonymous with Shooto during a nearly two-decade career.
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The MMA Hall of [email protected]#$%&G Awesome: Megumi Fujii The Japanese submission specialist was so far ahead of her time that she was literally unbeatable for most of her career.
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The MMA Hall of [email protected]#$%&g Awesome: Yves Edwards With a finishing rate of nearly 80 percent in his 42 wins, the “Thugjitsu Master” rarely gave the fans time to run out of popcorn and was...
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The MMA Hall of [email protected]#$%&g Awesome: Genki Sudo Genki Sudo raised the ring walkout to an art form, dazzled with an anything-goes fight style and was such a man of many talents that, in the...
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The MMA Hall of [email protected]#$%&g Awesome: Evan Tanner Evan Tanner was a pioneer in the sport who also helped usher in the modern era, and for one unforgettable night, he was the greatest...
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The MMA Hall of [email protected]#$%&g Awesome: Ian McCall "Uncle Creepy" was flyweight's first star in North America, an accomplished, entertaining yet seemingly cursed fighter who served up triumph and...
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The MMA Hall of [email protected]#$%&g Awesome: Dustin Hazelett “McLovin” may not have been a perfect fighter, but he was a unique and dangerous one, and at the height of his powers, his fights were...
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The MMA Hall of [email protected]#$%&g Awesome: Norifumi ‘Kid’ Yamamoto It is with a heavy heart that Ben Duffy marks this Hall’s first posthumous inductee.
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The MMA Hall of [email protected]#$%&g Awesome: Chris Lytle If you were a mixed martial arts fan from 2007-2011, during the final stretch of his Ultimate Fighting Championship run, certain phrases come to mind instantly when you hear the name...
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The MMA Hall of [email protected]#$%&g Awesome: Enson Inoue In the ring and cage, the Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt had some impressive highs as well as some bruising lows. Through it all, he always came...
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The MMA Hall of [email protected]#$%&g Awesome: Drew McFedries The Miletich Fighting Systems knockout artist was spectacular in victory and defeat, and he rarely failed to entertain the masses.