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UFC & Assassin’s Creed III Ask Fans To Vote For The Most Revolutionary Fighter In UFC History

GamerFitNation: With the anticipation of the release for Assassin’s Creed III on October 30, UFC and Ubisoft are asking fans who they think is the most revolutionary fighter in UFC history. Amongst the candidates are Royce Gracie, Anderson Silva, Matt Hughes, and Chuck Liddell. Voting will take place at www.UFC.com/Revolution. No purchase necessary to enter and win.

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Megaton1512d ago

Gracie, obviously. He introduced the big, dumb brawlers of the old UFC to BJJ. Now BJJ is pretty much a requirement for success in the UFC.

an0nym0us1512d ago

Nah dude, Ronald Mcdonald is where its at.

Ryo-Hazuki1512d ago (Edited 1512d ago )

Forget only "UFC History" how about MMA History. Mirko Cro Cop (Kickboxing background) is more revolutionary than Liddell because it showed you need to be a complete striker not just a brawler. But they were very similar fighters as far as the "sprawl-n-brawl" term. My MMA history list is Gracie (BJJ), Fedor (Sambo), Anderson, Cro Cop (Kickboxing), and Randy Couture (wrestling)

Megaton1512d ago

Couture is the only one besides Gracie on that list I'd agree with. Better striking didn't "revolutionize" striking, and Fedor's domination in MMA had nothing to do with his sambo. He came out swinging for the fences in all of his fights.

Wrestling and BJJ have had the biggest impact on the sport.

auen11512d ago

yeah, gsp is a complete martial artist. he's probably the wave of the future as far as what fighters will try to be like from now on. no holes in his game, well versed in striking, wrestling, and grappling.

a lot of the other guys mentioned were pretty much one dimensional.

dirtnap1512d ago

gracie, no contest. no gloves, no weight classes, no rules. he crushed it back in the day. the first ones were the best.