Over the years, many fighters have scored well in the UFC. Some manage to win championships, and some even manage to achieve that feat on multiple occasions, yet tournaments are not the only way to build a legacy in the Octagon.
Knocking off a title of the game – as a warrior by its chief or star of the old days – a fighter may announce himself as likely to see the world.
Do this against different types to grace the company, and you become an item of a legend in itself.
It can be shocking to see one of the best in a match with a rising star or lose in an All-Star grudge match, yet one that forces the UFC so much – that anyone can beat anyone Could be given night.
That being said, defeating some future Hall-of-Famer does not guarantee that you will be missed along with those who actually dominated the competition, but it will undoubtedly add a little sparkle to your record Helps in
With all of that in his mind, let’s take a look at a pair of stars who can claim to have conquered many UFC icons inside the cage
Consistently being billed as the ‘coolest’ in the UFC for presenting his business as ‘Dana White’ – you’d expect John Jones to knock out his fair share of his top MMA talents.
‘Bones’ has on its way to becoming a two-time Light Heavyweight Champion, with countless stars inside the Octagon – and within that impressive record, a pair of greats have fallen prey to their incredible arsenal.
Mauricio Rua, Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson, Lyoto Machida, Rashad Evans, Vitor Belfort, Chail Sonnen, and Daniel Cormier have tried their best to tame the hype surrounding the current Light Heavyweight Champion but did not get the job done.
Certainly, strangely unsuccessful drug tests and hit-and-runs have taken Jones’ surprise career away from the limelight, but you can’t argue with his ability to withstand any type of pressure that may come his way. Comes in
Jones now sits at home as the undivided king of the division and – apart from a Brock Lesnar or Daniel Cormier super-fight – feels as if he is out of anguish for the victims.