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who is one fighter u wish was in the ufc?


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his fight record

 

1963: 15th Airforce Judo Tournament, Fairchild Airforce Base, Spokane, Washington, March 22?23, fought as Carlos Norris: Result unknown.

1964: Defeated unknown opponent in Salt Lake City Tournament (debut).

1964: Defeated unknown opponent in semi-finals in Salt Lake City Tournament.

1964: Defeated by unknown opponent in finals in Salt Lake City Tournament.

1964: Defeated Ron Marchini in the finals at the Takayuki Kubota's All-Stars Tournament in Los Angeles, California by half a point.

1965: Defeated by Tony Tulleners at Takayuki Kubota's All-Stars Tournament in Los Angeles, California.

1965: Defeated by Tony Tulleners

1965: Defeated by Joe Lewis.

1965: Defeated Ron Marchini for the Grand Championship of the Winter Nationals in San Jose, California.

1966:Defeated by Tony Tulleners in finals for California State Karate Championship(Source: Black Belt Magazine, July 1966).

1966: Defeated Skipper Mullins on July 31 in semi-finals at Long Beach Tournament promoted by Ed Parker (Source: Black Belt Magazine).

1966: Defeated by Allen Steen on July 31 at the Long Beach Tournament promoted by Ed Parker.(Source: Black Belt Magazine).

1966: Won the National Winter Karate Championships in San Jose, California promoted by Jim Mather.

1966: Defeated Skipper Mullins.

1966: Defeated Joe Lewis in finals of the Tournament of Champions in New York City.

1966: Won the All-Star Championship Tournament in Los Angeles, California.

1966: Defeated Skipper Mullins.

1966: Defeated by John Camanse on October 22, 1966 in Washington, D.C. (Source: Black Belt Magazine, June 1967).

1967: Defeated Leon Wallace, 42 years old by Judo Throw. (Source: Black Belt Magazine).

1967: Defeated by Bob Erigle by decision. (Source: Black Belt Magazine).

1967: Won American Tang Soo Do Championship in Stockton, California.

1967: Defeated 11 opponents in elimination matches at the All-American Karate Championships in Madision Square Garden in New York City.

1967: Defeated Hiroshi Nakamura (Japan) in semi-finals of the All-American Karate Championships in New York by points 12-1.

1967: Defeated Joe Lewis for the Grand Championship at the All-American Karate Championships in New York.

1967: Won the World Karate Middleweight Title in Long Beach, California

1967: Defeated Skipper Mullins.

1967: Defeated 11 opponents in elimination matches at the Grand Champion Internationals on August 12, 1967.

1967: Defeated Carlos Bundo at the Grand Champion Internationals on August 12, 1967.

1967: Defeated Joe Lewis by one point at the Grand Champion Internationals on August 12, 1967.

1967: Won All American Karate Championships promoted by Henry Cho.

1967: Won National Tang So Do Tournament in Silver Spring, Maryland.

1967: Defeated Skipper Mullins.

1967: Defeated Skipper Mullins.

1967: Defeated Joe Lewis.

1967: Defeated Arnold Urquidez.

1967: Defeated Victor Moore.

1967: Defeated Steve Sanders.

1967: Won All American Karate Championships.

1967: Defeated by Marcos Solar in October at Kini K. Wang Tournament. (Source: Black Belt Magazine).

1968: Defeated Fred Wren in Dallas Tournament. (Norris' nose was broken)

1968: Defeated Skipper Mullins in semi finals in Dallas Tournament.(Norris fought with a broken nose).

1968: Defeated by Joe Lewis in finals of Dallas Tournament promoted by Allen Steen. (Norris fought with a broken nose).

1968: Defeated by Jim Butin in the opening match of a tournament in Silver Springs, Maryland.

1968: Defeated Hawk Frazier on March 30, 1968 at All American Tournament promoted by Henry Cho. (Source: Black Belt Magazine).

1968: Defeated Carlos Farrell in finals at All American Tournament promoted by Henry Cho on March 30, 1968. (Source: Black Belt Magazine).

1968: Defeated Edgar Bataad. (Source: Black Belt Magazine, October 1968).

1968: Defeated Del Griffith. (Source: Black Belt Magazine, October 1968).

1968: Defeated by Dave Krieger. (Source: Black Belt Magazine, October 1968).

1968: Defeated Skipper Mullins in Long Beach, California.

1968: Won the Internationals (Dallas, Texas).

1968: Defeated Louis Delgado.

1968: Defeated Steve Sanders on August 3, 1968. (Source: Black Belt Magazine).

1968: Defeated by Louis Delgado in West Coast vs, East Coast.

1968: Defeated Theodore Wong in Orient vs. U.S. in New York.

1968: Defeated Louis Delgado on November 24 on points, 101 to 93, to win the World Professional Middleweight Title at the Waldorf Astoria in New York. (Norris suffered a broken jaw)

1968: Draw with George Chalian, on Governor's Island, in New York.

1968: Won All-American Karate Championships in New York defeating 13 opponents.

1968: Won the National Tournament of Champions in Cleveland, Ohio.

1969: Won The Internationals.

1970: Won All Star Teams Championship in Long Beach, California.

1970: Defeated Al Dacascos [30] on January 17 at the Long Beach Sports Arena for the U.S. Team Championship. Norris announced his retirement following the match.

1972: Draw with Willie Adams-U.S. Teams Championship

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Jason Mahem Miller- dude is one of the most charasmatic guys

Nick Diaz- big **** diaz brothers fan

(in fact i think if those 2 [nick and miller]were signed to the ufc, theyd make a great headliner for a Fight Night, and co-main even in a payper view huh?)

Fedor- because i dont think he's as good as he's hyped up to be

Bobby Lashley- cause he looks lik he could F**K sombody up easy

Karo- cause he did excilent in the ufc losin only 3 out of 11 fights in the promotion, evn though he had a poorer attendance record

and Melvin Manhoef- guy looks he could get some highlight reel knowckouts

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of course the most talked about dude in the world..also maybe get musasi.. lets throw in the green power ranger since he thinks he stand a chance. lets get bobby lashley.. throw in the **** from the movie fighting since he thinks he a fighter... lets get cung lee.. hmmm bring back arlovski.. lets see ravishing rick rude!.. umm david blaine just for a gsp match!

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Don't make me put up the Chuck Norris facts...here's one "Chuck Norris doesn't do push ups..he pushes the earth down" lol

 

I wish Jake Shields' date=' Fedor and Alexander Emelianenko were in UFC[/quote']

The only element Chuck Norris recognizes is the element of surprise!

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if you would of asked this question a week ago' date=' you would have gegard mousasi name popping up....... seems the hype train has left his station for now...[/quote']

 

You can add Dan Henderson to that as well. Would be multiple Hendo picks by now if he weren't embarrassed by Shields last week. How quickly we forget.

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besides the bigs...? (ninja, ubereem, aoki, schilt, zaromskis, the elder diaz, the super emelanenko bros., hellboy, hornbuckle, mousasi, mo, and aldo?...)

 

i wanna see mazzagatti man up and throw some leather. and herb dean is a fighter, gimme dean v teh mazz.

 

or goldie...he's supposed to be somewhat trained...rogan does tae kwon do and bjj, i'd like to see how he stacks up.

 

bas.

 

yuichiro nagashima...practically any k-1 fighter...

 

i wanna see the ring girls scrap. it should be like fight club: if it's your first night as a right girl, you gotta fight. bring in carano, cyborg, miku, ward, masako, fugii, shinashi...i just kinda wish ufc had a women's div, actually...

 

honestly, i wish there were less exclusivity in contracts and there were more cross promotions...

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