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Re: Most Popular Fighter in America?

Postby Lucky » Mar 18. 2012, 16:42

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I_Forgot_My_Password wrote:
came2kickbox wrote:
Ordi1324 wrote:The undisputed welterweight champion of the world : GEORGES "RUSH" ST-PIERRE!


yes because all americans love there canadian counter parts its well documented :roll:


We americans like fighters, not stallers. Not to many GSP fans over here, mostly its the fags who watch the occasional UFC unleashed that like GSP.


No, we Americans like winners.

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Re: Most Popular Fighter in America?

Postby Ordi1324 » Mar 18. 2012, 16:44

came2kickbox wrote:
Ordi1324 wrote:The undisputed welterweight champion of the world : GEORGES "RUSH" ST-PIERRE!


yes because all americans love there canadian counter parts its well documented :roll:


yes because americans fan are renowned for being loyal to their fighters :roll:

Re: Most Popular Fighter in America?

Postby CaliGRNS » Mar 18. 2012, 16:57

I would say Chuck Lidell but GSP and Lesnar are very close.

Re: Most Popular Fighter in America?

Postby Bazstix » Mar 18. 2012, 17:13

most well known has to be brock lesnar even my mum has heard of him! among the mma circuit one of the most *popular* must be Pat barry every one loves Pat Barry :)

Re: Most Popular Fighter in America?

Postby SakuEar » Mar 18. 2012, 22:21

Bazstix wrote:most well known has to be brock lesnar even my mum has heard of him! among the mma circuit one of the most *popular* must be Pat barry every one loves Pat Barry :)

hmm you mention your mom, my mom and brother know these fighters- bj penn, GSP, Lesnar, Sakuraba, anderson silva, and my mom knows cheick kongo. she says hes "yummy" :mrgreen:

Re: Most Popular Fighter in America?

Postby SakuEar » Mar 18. 2012, 22:22

I_Forgot_My_Password wrote:
came2kickbox wrote:
Ordi1324 wrote:The undisputed welterweight champion of the world : GEORGES "RUSH" ST-PIERRE!


yes because all americans love there canadian counter parts its well documented :roll:


We americans like fighters, not stallers. Not to many GSP fans over here, mostly its the fags who watch the occasional UFC unleashed that like GSP.

i must be a fag who only watches ufc unleashed. :roll:

seriously thats one of the dumbest things ive ever heard.

Re: Most Popular Fighter in America?

Postby Bazstix » Mar 18. 2012, 23:00

SakuEar wrote:
Bazstix wrote:most well known has to be brock lesnar even my mum has heard of him! among the mma circuit one of the most *popular* must be Pat barry every one loves Pat Barry :)

hmm you mention your mom, my mom and brother know these fighters- bj penn, GSP, Lesnar, Sakuraba, anderson silva, and my mom knows cheick kongo. she says hes "yummy" :mrgreen:


my mum's 68 years old and her only participation in a sport is the quick run as fast as you can for a piss in the toilet race! :)

Re: Most Popular Fighter in America?

Postby A-ROCC » Mar 19. 2012, 04:59

wa here people know silva alot and limbo use to be very big,

Re: Most Popular Fighter in America?

Postby SakuEar » Mar 19. 2012, 05:33

A-ROCC wrote:wa here people know silva alot and limbo use to be very big,

im a washingtonian, i would say randy is biggest here, as he went to lynnwood highschool, also GSP is really famous. i would say chuck liddell, randy, GSP and silva.

Re: Most Popular Fighter in America?

Postby Ordi1324 » Mar 19. 2012, 08:34

SakuEar wrote:
I_Forgot_My_Password wrote:
came2kickbox wrote:yes because all americans love there canadian counter parts its well documented :roll:


We americans like fighters, not stallers. Not to many GSP fans over here, mostly its the fags who watch the occasional UFC unleashed that like GSP.

i must be a fag who only watches ufc unleashed. :roll:

seriously thats one of the dumbest things ive ever heard.


Yep, not only is it dumb, it's also false, simply because GSP dominated the bests they could find for him to fight, was it by wrestling, standing or simply putting a more intense fight (fighting intensity and stalling don't seem to work well together imo).

Re: Most Popular Fighter in America?

Postby KileKing » Mar 19. 2012, 22:24

Judging from PPV buys it appears it is Lesnar and/or GSP. Can anyone confirm PPV buys popularity?

Re: Most Popular Fighter in America?

Postby Gogh » Mar 19. 2012, 22:35

KileKing wrote:Judging from PPV buys it appears it is Lesnar and/or GSP. Can anyone confirm PPV buys popularity?

that is a great measure of popularity among mma fans. unfortunately the great majority of americans are not mma fans and sadly both lesnar and kimbo are easily in the top 5 most popular and possibly top 3

i can remember some of my friends at work thinking that kimbo slice was a badass. i simply replied no and told them that he is about to start fighting trained fighters and he will get his ass handed to him :lol: they didnt believe me :lol:

Re: Most Popular Fighter in America?

Postby KileKing » Mar 19. 2012, 22:38

Kimbo is not any longer. I am guessing according to current numbers. Kimbo is out of fashion nowadays. He has experienced his hay days few years back. Lesnar is on decline but still current (He won't be in a year or so, but that's neither here nor there). GSP has always been popular all over the world not only in USA.

Re: Most Popular Fighter in America?

Postby hawaiianboi67 » Mar 20. 2012, 00:53

are we talking about most liked or most well known. for me i would think most well know would be the long time champs like AS GSP older champs like Randy and Chuck and even Penn. then there is also lesner and tito and Shamrock that are well known, but not liked.

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