RogerJones620 Posted July 31, 2012 Report Share Posted July 31, 2012 I remember a couple of years ago watching the "P4P" rankings constantly change place by number of wins. One month it would be Georges St-Pierre, six months later it would be Anderson Silva. They were determining who was the best by number of wins. This is a rubbish technique. When I show my grand kids amazing UFC clips, which do you think they are going to be more impressed by, Anderson Silva finishing dudes in 1-2 rounds via Bruce Lee techniques, or Georges St-Pierre laying on top off another dude for 5 rounds? Going by the number of wins to determine who the best is is just stupid. There is a major difference between walking up and knocking out the number one contender, and outscoring him for a decision win. I feel the same way about Jon Jones too. Yeah, he started the UFC younger than Anderson Silva, and will likely accrue more wins than Anderson, but until he starts finishing dudes the way Anderson did, it will be hard for me to accept him as the "greatest of all time." Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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