1. Georges St-Pierre. Georges St-Pierre has the most insane all around skills of any MMA fighter ever. He won UFC championships in both welterweight and middleweight divisions and is considered by many as the greatest fighter in the history of MMA.Mar 28, 2021
Anderson Silva was 38 by the time he lost his first fight in the UFC. Weidman won fair and square but Silva was clowning around a lot. Silva’s timing and accuracy made him amazing to watch. He was hard to hit, a dynamic and versatile striker and could knock you out.
Opinion: Anderson is arguably the more talented and physically gifted mixed martial artist – but GSP has the better record against tougher opponents (beat arguably 5 potential hall of famers during his prime), and has more accolades and titles. GSP is the GOAT. prime Silva was better than prime GSP.
That is exactly what happened, and Adesanya lost the fight after being dominated by Blachowicz. He came out flying in the first round, but the size disparity was blatantly obvious. Adesanya weighed in at 193 pounds, over 15 pounds lighter than his opponent, and Blachowicz took full advantage of this.Jun 18, 2021
Now, seven months later, Silva has reconciled with putting MMA behind him, though his combat sports career isn’t finished. He’s currently scheduled for a boxing match against Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. on June 19 in Mexico. I think everything I do for MMA is done.May 19, 2021
2,457 days Silva was at his peak from 2006-2013, when he set UFC records for the longest title reign (2,457 days), longest winning streak (16), title fight finishes (9) and knock-downs (18). He ranks second in the promotion in title defences (10), a record he held until Demetrious Johnson reached 11 in 2017.May 13, 2021