Fedor wins this however he wants.
If brock stands with him, brock gets KO'd quick.
On the floor, Brock gets subbed just as quick. Dont believe what Joe Rogan says about Brock. Brock will always be a mediocre wrestler and striker who, like sylvia knows how to use his size to win fights.
Fedor can KO and sub any heavyweight in the UFC right now if he wants to (yes, including Carwin). The longer he leaves it the harder it becomes.
Last edited by sexperienced; 07-10-2010 at 01:23 PM.
OK i'll take that back, I just don't believe his ground skills are enough to neutralise fedor, he will get subbed quick if the fight hits the ground. I'm aware wrestling helps but MMA isnt wrestling.
Brock hasnt fought anyone as quick as fedor on the ground.
I'm pretty sure wrestlers win about 80% of the Wrestler vs grappler matches...
wrestlers are grapplers, do you mean wrestler v other grappling styles?
BJJ and judo practioners win the most fights against wrestlers (these are judo players who adapt very quickly to the ground game).
GSP and Matt Hughes at their best only lost to other wrestlers. Sherk lost to BJ, but that wasn't grappling related. And before that, he was the champ in that WC. Same with PRIDE Hendo.
Personally I'll take a guy with Lesnar's wrestling background over a BJJ stud anytime.
The thing about great wrestlers in MMA, the majority of the time they control where the fight takes place.
If anyone thinks Fedor, or any HW for that matter, wants to be on their back with Lesnar on top of them, they are misguided.
As good as Fedor is on the ground, he is only human and Brock is a beast. Arm bar and kimuras from the bottom would be difficult even for Superman Fedor.
Fedor isn't even THAT good at them. A guy like Werdum is much better at subbing people, especially of their back. Fraud would know that though.
Hell, even shitty ass Jason Brilz was able to neutralize Nogueira on short notice.
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