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Who's the most one-dimensional fighter in MMA?

split decision2011-08-18 16:35:59 +0000 #1
Just finished watching Dan Hardy lose to Lytle by choke when the fight went to the ground.

Hardy has no ground game at all. Doesn't wrestle or have any BJJ that he's ever really displayed.

Even his stand-up is limited. Rogan was criticizing him tonight for failing to throw kicks, only punches.

Can you think of anyone else in MMA who is more one-dimensional than Hardy?
KnockOut2011-08-18 16:51:38 +0000 #2
Jake O'Brien
BulldogWrestler2011-08-18 17:01:53 +0000 #3
Carmello Marrero
Cavity Creep2011-08-18 17:15:39 +0000 #4
Randlecan? Hardy and Daily may be the most one dimensional who are still somewhat relevant, though.
KnockOut2011-08-18 17:54:09 +0000 #5
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Originally Posted by Cavity Creep

Randlecan? Hardy and Daily may be the most one dimensional who are still somewhat relevant, though.

Randleman's a wrestler who has actually knocked people out so it can't be him. The Mirko KO and the Fedor slam are far more versatile than anything the aforementioned guys are capable of.
The_Splatoon2011-08-18 17:14:23 +0000 #6
Chris Leben:

The Awesome Dimension

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