I know that I am not the only one who has a favorite boxer in the world. There are so many other great fighters who are just like me and have their own unique style.
One of my personal favorites in MMA is the undefeated and still undefeated Andrei Arlovski. I’m not saying that I’ve ever watched his fights. No, that’s not true. I have seen some of his fights, but I only watched them because I have a friend who has been following him for a couple of years. His style is similar to my own, and I am super-confident that I can beat his best in any given fight.
Ive only seen some of his fights as MMA.
He is the first and only man in the history of the sport to win all three world belts in the same division. Thats insane. For most fighters, its the first belt that makes them more famous and popular. For me, its the second belt that makes me super-confident I can win any given fight.
His style reminds me of UFC champion Fedor Emelianenko, who is one of the best boxers in the world today. Most people know him as someone who is extremely strong, but he also has a surprisingly soft touch. I think he can hold his own in a fight, but he’s not a fighter who is going to stop every blow from the ref.
Fedor’s style is very similar to Jon Jones, who is probably best known for his dominant clinch fighting. Unlike many of his more famous opponents however, Fedor is a very smart fighter who will know how to handle his opponents punches and elbows. He seems to have a style that allows him to do that very well, in fact, he seems to be very comfortable with taking a punch or two from anyone.
Fedor is also one of the best boxers we’ve seen in MMA, and there’s a good chance his opponents are expecting him to take them on, so they should be prepared for a bit of trouble. After all, Fedor has won three of his last four fights, so he’s certainly not going to be in any hurry to take his opponents on. That said, Fedor has been a bit of a surprise to me personally.
Fedor is one of those fighters that almost seems to have had a bad training camp, where he just kinda fucks around (and I mean literally fucks around, not just trying to knock people out) for a few months. By the time he really begins to realize that hes going to be fighting, his opponents are probably pretty beat up. Maybe it’s because he’s been fighting for so long that it takes a bit of getting used to.
I think Fedor would have liked to be fighting in the UFC, but he just doesn’t seem to be able to get the right people to agree. That said, the most common advice he gets is to work on his jiu-jitsu, and as a result, he is almost always undefeated in mma.
The problem is that most boxers are pretty beat up. You don’t know it is because their faces look like they just got a couple beers and lost a little weight. In fact, most boxers have lost a lot of weight after their fights, so they look pretty beat up. But not Fedor. In fact, Fedor is always a lot more muscular than most boxers.