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The past several months have seen a major shake-up in mixed martial arts' heavyweight rankings. The longtime king of the division, Fedor Emelianenko, suffered his first career defeat at the hands of Fabricio Werdum, and former UFC champ Brock Lesnar was stripped of his belt by undefeated heavyweight Cain Velasquez. With the recent shuffle in mind, for our latest MMAjunkie.com/"Inside MMA" poll, we wanted to know who fans believe should be considered the world's top heavyweight.




Brocki (anonymous) 3 years ago
Replying to answers, Cain does have better wrestling than Fedor but Fedor is a gold medalist in Judo he would take Cain down that way. Also Fedor has 12 gold medals in Combat Sambo which makes his ground grappling skills much more superior than Cains, he dominated Big Nog one of the sports best ground grapplers and Fedor went through him using grappling. To say Cain has better striking is hard to say, Cains striking is more pretty and textbook but Fedor's is very aggressive, accurate and high volume which to go with being a clever fighter can be very hard to deal with as an opponent. Fedor Emelianenko beat Mirko Cro Cop striking I am sure that he could Cain. Both in Prime Fedor wins.
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Fan (anonymous) 3 years ago
Fedor lost one out of 32 and is now underestimatet. The so much overhiped Lesnar lost clearly. As long as nobody is capabel to defeat Fedor again, he is the one on the planet. Otherwise Cain is the new king of the jungel.
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