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The Top 3 Fighters To Emulate In MMA And Why

By: MartialArt Gurus | Jul 2 2010 | 278 words | 1179 hits

There are many fighters in MMA that you should want to be like for many different reasons. We're going to talk about being a powerful and respectable fighter. Here is why you should model these fighters.

Fedor.

Fedor Emelianenko is the greatest MMA fighter in the history of the sport without a doubt. Even with his first loss he is still considered the best in the world.

Model the "Last Emperor" by watching his fights and listening to interviews. He is soft spoken, but packs the biggest package of power in the sport that any fighter has to offer.

Georges St. Pierre.

Given the title as the greatest wrestler in the sport as of right now, GSP is a champion that you can't help but like. He has the strength of a gorilla in a 170 pound division.

GSP continues to maintain being humble and walking through opponent after opponent. His losses only brought a wrecking machine out of him when he was on his way back to the title.

Dan Henderson.

Hendo is the Olympic wrestler turned atomic fist back in Pride and some in the UFC. He is the only fighter to fight and win simultaneously in two different weight classes.

Hendo is another one of those soft spoken, but incredibly powerful for their size kind of fighters. Watch some of his old fights and learn from his fights.

These are by far the most respectable and powerful fighters you should emulate in MMA. Of course you will need to have strength and conditioning that is almost un-human to measure up to them. Utilize a full strength and conditioning program for MMA in your training.

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