Who is pound for pound the strongest in womens’ MMA?

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    Chad Moechnig
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    Post subject: Who is pound for pound the strongest in womens’ MMA? PostPosted: Thu Sep 01, 2005 8:48 am

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    Who is considered the “Matt Hughes” among the fightergirls?

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    Rikki
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    The strongest or the best?

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    Post subject: Hello Rikki…PostPosted: Thu Sep 01, 2005 10:58 am

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    The strongest.

    Thank you.

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    Executioner
    Post subject: PostPosted: Thu Sep 01, 2005 12:27 pm

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    Well I think the two “retired” women in the likes of Irma Verhoeff and Becky Levi.
    They were at one time the best, right now I’m not sure if they would beat every girl now in the MMA scene on the ground, but ok that’s another discussion.

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    gretamobetta
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    Are we talking foot stomps? 😉

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    Rikki
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    lol greta

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    Sudoraba
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    Probably Megumi Fuji. She has an impressive musuclar build and is always very explosive.

    I would think Yuka Tsuji would also be up there. She’s wrestled internationally which of course requires a lot of strength training and conditioning.

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    Executioner
    Post subject: PostPosted: Fri Sep 02, 2005 8:10 am

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    Sudoraba wrote:
    Probably Megumi Fuji. She has an impressive musuclar build and is always very explosive.

    I would think Yuka Tsuji would also be up there. She’s wrestled internationally which of course requires a lot of strength training and conditioning.

    Those are strong but they are lightweights.
    I bet Debi,Erin,Marloes,Olga for example would be more stronger.

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    KhorneliusPraxx
    Post subject: PostPosted: Fri Sep 02, 2005 8:41 am

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    “Pound for Pound”

    meaning Strength to Weight ratio.

    Sudoraba might be correct.

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    Rikki
    Post subject: PostPosted: Fri Sep 02, 2005 12:23 pm
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    I would agree that Fuji is a big possibility for that title.

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    Mark Grassman
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    I’d pick Judy Neff. She could probably bench press her husband.

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    Executioner
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    Mark Grassman wrote:
    I’d pick Judy Neff. She could probably bench press her husband.

    Exactly! LOL

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    wrestleone
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    hate to admit it but shes a man

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    diversemma
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    Satoko Shinashi is the best pound for pound.

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    Sudoraba
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    diversemma wrote:
    Satoko Shinashi is the best pound for pound.

    I don’t quite see that. She’s dominating her weight class but I don’t really see her being a strenght style of a fighter. Now of course Judo and Sambo practioners are superbly conditionned atheletes with a lot of functional strength, but she doesn’t man handle her opponents the way Megumi Fuji does. And Fuji is ripped as well as having a shoot that is as fast and atheletic as the best of any class, regardless of gender. As female MMA grows as a sport I see her kind of atheleticism becoming standard eventually. But at the moment she is a specimen of strength and explosiveness.

    To be honest I’d rate her over say Erin Toughill because Toughill while strong is usually a lot bigger than her opponents too.

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    Erin T
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    To be honest I’d rate her over say Erin Toughill because Toughill while strong is usually a lot bigger than her opponents too.

    Really? The 10 boxing fights I have had – we were all the SAME weight.
    In the MMA, Rodina, Gundarenko and even Ishihara weighed MORE than me. Marloes was a few lbs. lighter than me…and of course the famous actress Megumi, well, she was the only “light” one I fought. So how is it that I am “usually a lot bigger than my opponents too?” Just wondering.

    You actually write a lot like someone who used to post on here. He was very “in the know” about women’s fighting – mostly Japanese. I cannot remember his “name”, but it was actually Erica Montoya’s DAD.

    I think Fuji is pretty explosive too. She’s definitely strong.

    Anyways, good to see people w/ a lot of interest in the sport.

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    Sudoraba
    Post subject: PostPosted: Thu Sep 15, 2005 3:46 pm

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    Erin T wrote:
    To be honest I’d rate her over say Erin Toughill because Toughill while strong is usually a lot bigger than her opponents too.

    Really? The 10 boxing fights I have had – we were all the SAME weight.
    In the MMA, Rodina, Gundarenko and even Ishihara weighed MORE than me. Marloes was a few lbs. lighter than me…and of course the famous actress Megumi, well, she was the only “light” one I fought. So how is it that I am “usually a lot bigger than my opponents too?” Just wondering.

    You actually write a lot like someone who used to post on here. He was very “in the know” about women’s fighting – mostly Japanese. I cannot remember his “name”, but it was actually Erica Montoya’s DAD.

    I think Fuji is pretty explosive too. She’s definitely strong.

    Anyways, good to see people w/ a lot of interest in the sport.

    Thanks for responding, but I mean’t no disrespect. The majority of the fights I’ve seen you in were in Smackgirl against Japanese opponents I think so perhaps that skewed it so you seemed physically larger than most of your opponents. I’m sure the actual weight just works out though. And I do agree that Yabushita was an actress and you’re definitely the winner of the ReMix tourney imo.

    Heh, but trust me I am not Erica Montoya’s dad. I’ve been posting for a while and I’m the same guy on Kakutougi and Sherdog. I made the K-1 MAX HLs. I am interested in women’s mma especially Japanese events, but in reality I’m out of California.

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