Anonymous
Anonymous asked in SportsMartial Arts · 1 decade ago

who would win in a fight?

jigaro kano v. gene lebel

bruce lee v. anderson silva

kimura v. rickson gracie

archie moore v mike tyson

benny the jet v. ed parker

lesnar v. machida

georges saint pierre vs bj penn

moreihi ueshiba vs lyoto machida

Update:

bujukan whats ur ******* problem u saw that it was a who would win question if u dont like those u could stay away from them instead of being an *** wipe nya jerk

Update 2:

u guys honestly think that machida would beat ueshiba wow thats shocking and untrue i mean he fought people armed with swords and knifes unarmed but ok its ur oppinion

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Gene Lebell,Bruce Lee,Rickson Gracie,Mike Tyson,

    Ed Parker,Machida,

    BJ Penn,Morihei Ueshiba.

    Best wishes :)***

    Source(s): Martial arts 28yrs Former Japanese Jiu-jitsu coach,Boxer,Bouncer.
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  • SHSU
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    1 decade ago

    The founder of Judo will win over Gene Lebel in a hard fought battle.

    Anderson Silva will win in the cage, Bruce will win in the street.

    Kimura already defeat Helio Gracie but Rickson is tougher than Helio so it is a draw.

    Mike Tyson is larger so he will beat Archie Moore.

    Benny Urquider will win in the ring. Ed parker will win under no rule.

    Different weight division, Lesnar will wear down Machida and win.

    BJ Penn already defeat GSP

    The founder of Aikido will win over Lyoto Machida.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Lebell- Judo had gone through 70-odd years of development by the time he learned it, plus he knew catch wrestling

    Silva- too big, too fast for a big guy, hits too hard, more well-rounded

    Rickson- Helio was at a huge weight disadvantage when he fought Kimura, while Rickson is bigger and in much better shape

    Tyson- just hits too hard

    Urquidez- athlete who fought in top competitions

    Machida- all fights start on the feet, and he could out-point him for a decission

    GSP- been done

    Machida- two unorthodox guys, but I think Machida would be more prepared for Ueshiba than vice-versa

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  • 1 decade ago

    wow.. good question.. good match ups..

    hmmm...

    i'd have to go w/

    gene lebel (man has the grip of a bear, not to mention great judo)

    bruce lee... but this would be a fight i'd give my right kidney to see..

    rickson gracie..

    tyson... but only if he stuck to the old ways and attacked the body like he used to...

    ed parker.. not that i don't love urquidez, but i think parker is better rounded

    machida.. as much as it pains me to say.. i want an exciting fight not an "i'm only gonna do as much as i need to to win" fight

    gsp.. i know last time wasn't great, but just look how the boys grown!!!

    ueshiba...osensei was a great martial artist in his prime and in his later years..

    again.. great question!

    ~*hands folded in respect*~

    dana

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  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    Ozzies all talk but Piniellas all action the way he kicks the dirt and his hat, and strong enough to throw a base, Im pretty sure he can knock around Guillen who'll just use foul language the whole time and wont even fight.

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  • 1 decade ago

    To the fake ninja, you answer way to many questions here to pretend that you are a real ninja. LMAO!! come on man, the jokes over. To answer the question my picks are as follows:

    gene lebel

    kimura

    tyson

    benny the jet

    lesnar

    st.pierre (he's already done it once)

    machida

    oh, and i missed one, i'll take anderson silva

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  • 1 decade ago

    Karno, Lee, kimura, tyson, parker, lesner, saint pierre and machida

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Chuck Norris, with both arms and one leg tied behind his back, would beat all of them

    Source(s): my brain
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  • 1 decade ago

    lebel. silva, gracie, tyson, parker, lesnar, pierre, machilda

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  • 1 decade ago

    lesnar is a btch. He tires out so fast you cant even call him a athlete. He beat some legend that wasnt even in his prime.

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