Theory All the best fighters are 6ft3-6ft4. Ideal height confirmed

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Exlcude boxing because thats not real fighting its a limited sport. Mma is the closest thing to real no rules fighting we have.
Were going to be looking at the heavyweight divison for obvious reasons
The best fighters there are all 6ft3-6ft4
Stipe miocic considered the best is in that range as well


Theres some shorter and taller guys in that but the best as considered by fans journalists and insiders are in the 6ft3-6ft4 range

We know that fighting sucess is a big part of attraction. These confirms my findings that 6ft3-6ft4 is ideal range.




No.NameEventDateReign
(total)
Defenses
1 Mark Coleman
def. Dan Severn
UFC 12
Dothan, AL, US
Feb 7, 1997170 days
2 Maurice SmithUFC 14
Birmingham, AL, US
Jul 27, 1997147 days1. def. Tank Abbott at UFC 15 on Oct 17, 1997
3 Randy CoutureUFC Japan
Yokohama, Japan
Dec 21, 1997? days
4 Bas Rutten
def. Kevin Randleman
UFC 20
Birmingham, AL, US
May 7, 1999? days
5 Kevin Randleman
def. Pete Williams
UFC 23
Tokyo, Japan
Nov 19, 1999364 days1. def. Pedro Rizzo at UFC 26 on Jun 9, 2000
6 Randy Couture (2)UFC 28
Atlantic City, NJ, US
Nov 17, 2000490 days
(490+ days)
1. def. Pedro Rizzo at UFC 31 on May 4, 2001
2. def. Pedro Rizzo at UFC 34 on Nov 2, 2001
7 United States Josh BarnettUFC 36
Las Vegas, NV, US
Mar 22, 2002126 days
8 United States Ricco Rodriguez
def. Randy Couture
UFC 39
Uncasville, CT, US
Sep 27, 2002154 days
9 United States Tim SylviaUFC 41
Atlantic City, NJ, US
Feb 28, 2003229 days1. def. Gan McGee at UFC 44 on Sep 26, 2003
10 United States Frank Mir
def. Tim Sylvia
UFC 48
Las Vegas, NV, US
Jun 19, 2004419 days
- Belarus Andrei Arlovski
def. Tim Sylvia for interim title
UFC 51
Las Vegas, NV, US
Feb 5, 20051. def. Justin Eilers at UFC 53 on Jun 4, 2005
11 Belarus Andrei Arlovski
promoted to undisputed champion
Aug 12, 2005246 days1. def. Paul Buentello at UFC 55 on Oct 7, 2005
12 United States Tim Sylvia (2)UFC 59
Anaheim, CA, US
Apr 15, 2006322 days
(551 days)
1. def. Andrei Arlovski at UFC 61 on Jul 8, 2006
2. def. Jeff Monson at UFC 65 on Nov 18, 2006
13 United States Randy Couture (3)UFC 68
Columbus, OH, US
Mar 3, 2007623 days
(1,113+ days)
1. def. Gabriel Gonzaga at UFC 74 on Aug 25, 2007
- Brazil Antônio Rodrigo Nogueira
def. Tim Sylvia for interim title
UFC 81
Las Vegas, NV, US
Feb 2, 2008
14 United States Brock LesnarUFC 91
Las Vegas, NV, US
Nov 15, 2008707 days1. def. interim champion Frank Mir at UFC 100 on Jul 11, 2009
2. def. interim champion Shane Carwin at UFC 116 on Jul 3, 2010
- United States Frank Mir
def. interim champion Antônio Rodrigo Nogueira
UFC 92
Las Vegas, NV, US
Dec 27, 2008
- United States Shane Carwin
def. Frank Mir for interim title
UFC 111
Newark, NJ, US
Mar 27, 2010
15 United States Cain VelasquezUFC 121
Anaheim, CA, US
Oct 23, 2010385 days
16 Brazil Junior dos SantosUFC on Fox: Velasquez vs. dos Santos
Anaheim, CA, US
Nov 12, 2011413 days1. def. Frank Mir at UFC 146 on May 26, 2012
17 United States Cain Velasquez (2)UFC 155
Las Vegas, NV, US
Dec 29, 2012896 days
(1,281 days)
1. def. Antônio Silva at UFC 160 on May 25, 2013
2. def. Junior dos Santos at UFC 166 on Oct 19, 2013
- Brazil Fabrício Werdum
def. Mark Hunt for interim title
UFC 180
Mexico City, Mexico
Nov 15, 2014
18 Brazil Fabrício WerdumUFC 188
Mexico City, Mexico
Jun 13, 2015336 days
19 United States Stipe MiocicUFC 198
Curitiba, Brazil
May 14, 2016785 days1. def. Alistair Overeem at UFC 203 on Sep 10, 2016
2. def. Junior dos Santos at UFC 211 on May 13, 2017
3. def. Francis Ngannou at UFC 220 on Jan 20, 2018
20 United States Daniel CormierUFC 226
Las Vegas, NV, US
Jul 7, 2018407 days1. def. Derrick Lewis at UFC 230 on Nov 3, 2018
21 United States Stipe Miocic (2)UFC 241
Anaheim, CA, US
Aug 17, 2019491 days
(incumbent)
1. def. Daniel Cormier at UFC 252 on Aug 15, 2020
 
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Exlcude boxing because thats not real fighting its a limited sport. Mma is the closest thing to real no rules fighting we have.
Were going to be looking at the heavyweight divison for obvious reasons
The best fighters there are all 6ft3-6ft4
Stipe miocic considered the best is in that range as well


Theres some shorter and taller guys in that but the best as considered by fans journalists and insiders are in the 6ft3-6ft4 range

We know that fighting sucess is a big part of attraction. These confirms my findings that 6ft3-6ft4 is ideal range.




No.NameEventDateReign
(total)
Defenses
1Mark Coleman
def. Dan Severn
UFC 12
Dothan, AL, US
Feb 7, 1997170 days
2Maurice SmithUFC 14
Birmingham, AL, US
Jul 27, 1997147 days1. def. Tank Abbott at UFC 15 on Oct 17, 1997
3Randy CoutureUFC Japan
Yokohama, Japan
Dec 21, 1997? days
4Bas Rutten
def. Kevin Randleman
UFC 20
Birmingham, AL, US
May 7, 1999? days
5Kevin Randleman
def. Pete Williams
UFC 23
Tokyo, Japan
Nov 19, 1999364 days1. def. Pedro Rizzo at UFC 26 on Jun 9, 2000
6Randy Couture (2)UFC 28
Atlantic City, NJ, US
Nov 17, 2000490 days
(490+ days)
1. def. Pedro Rizzo at UFC 31 on May 4, 2001
2. def. Pedro Rizzo at UFC 34 on Nov 2, 2001
7 United States Josh BarnettUFC 36
Las Vegas, NV, US
Mar 22, 2002126 days
8 United States Ricco Rodriguez
def. Randy Couture
UFC 39
Uncasville, CT, US
Sep 27, 2002154 days
9 United States Tim SylviaUFC 41
Atlantic City, NJ, US
Feb 28, 2003229 days1. def. Gan McGee at UFC 44 on Sep 26, 2003
10 United States Frank Mir
def. Tim Sylvia
UFC 48
Las Vegas, NV, US
Jun 19, 2004419 days
- Belarus Andrei Arlovski
def. Tim Sylvia for interim title
UFC 51
Las Vegas, NV, US
Feb 5, 20051. def. Justin Eilers at UFC 53 on Jun 4, 2005
11 Belarus Andrei Arlovski
promoted to undisputed champion
Aug 12, 2005246 days1. def. Paul Buentello at UFC 55 on Oct 7, 2005
12 United States Tim Sylvia (2)UFC 59
Anaheim, CA, US
Apr 15, 2006322 days
(551 days)
1. def. Andrei Arlovski at UFC 61 on Jul 8, 2006
2. def. Jeff Monson at UFC 65 on Nov 18, 2006
13 United States Randy Couture (3)UFC 68
Columbus, OH, US
Mar 3, 2007623 days
(1,113+ days)
1. def. Gabriel Gonzaga at UFC 74 on Aug 25, 2007
- Brazil Antônio Rodrigo Nogueira
def. Tim Sylvia for interim title
UFC 81
Las Vegas, NV, US
Feb 2, 2008
14 United States Brock LesnarUFC 91
Las Vegas, NV, US
Nov 15, 2008707 days1. def. interim champion Frank Mir at UFC 100 on Jul 11, 2009
2. def. interim champion Shane Carwin at UFC 116 on Jul 3, 2010
- United States Frank Mir
def. interim champion Antônio Rodrigo Nogueira
UFC 92
Las Vegas, NV, US
Dec 27, 2008
- United States Shane Carwin
def. Frank Mir for interim title
UFC 111
Newark, NJ, US
Mar 27, 2010
15 United States Cain VelasquezUFC 121
Anaheim, CA, US
Oct 23, 2010385 days
16 Brazil Junior dos SantosUFC on Fox: Velasquez vs. dos Santos
Anaheim, CA, US
Nov 12, 2011413 days1. def. Frank Mir at UFC 146 on May 26, 2012
17 United States Cain Velasquez (2)UFC 155
Las Vegas, NV, US
Dec 29, 2012896 days
(1,281 days)
1. def. Antônio Silva at UFC 160 on May 25, 2013
2. def. Junior dos Santos at UFC 166 on Oct 19, 2013
- Brazil Fabrício Werdum
def. Mark Hunt for interim title
UFC 180
Mexico City, Mexico
Nov 15, 2014
18 Brazil Fabrício WerdumUFC 188
Mexico City, Mexico
Jun 13, 2015336 days
19 United States Stipe MiocicUFC 198
Curitiba, Brazil
May 14, 2016785 days1. def. Alistair Overeem at UFC 203 on Sep 10, 2016
2. def. Junior dos Santos at UFC 211 on May 13, 2017
3. def. Francis Ngannou at UFC 220 on Jan 20, 2018
20 United States Daniel CormierUFC 226
Las Vegas, NV, US
Jul 7, 2018407 days1. def. Derrick Lewis at UFC 230 on Nov 3, 2018
21 United States Stipe Miocic (2)UFC 241
Anaheim, CA, US
Aug 17, 2019491 days
(incumbent)
1. def. Daniel Cormier at UFC 252 on Aug 15, 2020
Run celebheights for the more known fighters. All fraud height so it's less. Also light heavyweight is competitive enough to be included and the guys would average slightly less as well. Best height would be anywhere from 6'1-6'4 imo. Women are retarded though many prefer legit 6'7 freaks.
 
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Run celebheights for the more known fighters. All fraud height so it's less. Also light heavyweight is competitive enough to be included and the guys would average slightly less as well. Best height would be anywhere from 6'1-6'4 imo. Women are retarded though many prefer legit 6'7 freaks.
Only short girls prefer freak heights and not all of them tbh
 
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Only short girls prefer freak heights and not all of them tbh
I went to a Czech local forum for women and in a thread "ideal male height" many women said "over 195". It's not the majority but there is a sizable portion of women who prefer 6'7 over let's say 6'2. It's fucked up but it is what it is.
 
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I went to a Czech local forum for women and in a thread "ideal male height" many women said "over 195". It's not the majority but there is a sizable portion of women who prefer 6'7 over let's say 6'2. It's fucked up but it is what it is.
Take 2 inches off that for height frauding and female spatial awareness
 
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cope. conor mcgregor is 5'9
Exlcude boxing because thats not real fighting its a limited sport. Mma is the closest thing to real no rules fighting we have.
Were going to be looking at the heavyweight divison for obvious reasons
The best fighters there are all 6ft3-6ft4
Stipe miocic considered the best is in that range as well


Theres some shorter and taller guys in that but the best as considered by fans journalists and insiders are in the 6ft3-6ft4 range

We know that fighting sucess is a big part of attraction. These confirms my findings that 6ft3-6ft4 is ideal range.




No.NameEventDateReign
(total)
Defenses
1Mark Coleman
def. Dan Severn
UFC 12
Dothan, AL, US
Feb 7, 1997170 days
2Maurice SmithUFC 14
Birmingham, AL, US
Jul 27, 1997147 days1. def. Tank Abbott at UFC 15 on Oct 17, 1997
3Randy CoutureUFC Japan
Yokohama, Japan
Dec 21, 1997? days
4Bas Rutten
def. Kevin Randleman
UFC 20
Birmingham, AL, US
May 7, 1999? days
5Kevin Randleman
def. Pete Williams
UFC 23
Tokyo, Japan
Nov 19, 1999364 days1. def. Pedro Rizzo at UFC 26 on Jun 9, 2000
6Randy Couture (2)UFC 28
Atlantic City, NJ, US
Nov 17, 2000490 days
(490+ days)
1. def. Pedro Rizzo at UFC 31 on May 4, 2001
2. def. Pedro Rizzo at UFC 34 on Nov 2, 2001
7 United States Josh BarnettUFC 36
Las Vegas, NV, US
Mar 22, 2002126 days
8 United States Ricco Rodriguez
def. Randy Couture
UFC 39
Uncasville, CT, US
Sep 27, 2002154 days
9 United States Tim SylviaUFC 41
Atlantic City, NJ, US
Feb 28, 2003229 days1. def. Gan McGee at UFC 44 on Sep 26, 2003
10 United States Frank Mir
def. Tim Sylvia
UFC 48
Las Vegas, NV, US
Jun 19, 2004419 days
- Belarus Andrei Arlovski
def. Tim Sylvia for interim title
UFC 51
Las Vegas, NV, US
Feb 5, 20051. def. Justin Eilers at UFC 53 on Jun 4, 2005
11 Belarus Andrei Arlovski
promoted to undisputed champion
Aug 12, 2005246 days1. def. Paul Buentello at UFC 55 on Oct 7, 2005
12 United States Tim Sylvia (2)UFC 59
Anaheim, CA, US
Apr 15, 2006322 days
(551 days)
1. def. Andrei Arlovski at UFC 61 on Jul 8, 2006
2. def. Jeff Monson at UFC 65 on Nov 18, 2006
13 United States Randy Couture (3)UFC 68
Columbus, OH, US
Mar 3, 2007623 days
(1,113+ days)
1. def. Gabriel Gonzaga at UFC 74 on Aug 25, 2007
- Brazil Antônio Rodrigo Nogueira
def. Tim Sylvia for interim title
UFC 81
Las Vegas, NV, US
Feb 2, 2008
14 United States Brock LesnarUFC 91
Las Vegas, NV, US
Nov 15, 2008707 days1. def. interim champion Frank Mir at UFC 100 on Jul 11, 2009
2. def. interim champion Shane Carwin at UFC 116 on Jul 3, 2010
- United States Frank Mir
def. interim champion Antônio Rodrigo Nogueira
UFC 92
Las Vegas, NV, US
Dec 27, 2008
- United States Shane Carwin
def. Frank Mir for interim title
UFC 111
Newark, NJ, US
Mar 27, 2010
15 United States Cain VelasquezUFC 121
Anaheim, CA, US
Oct 23, 2010385 days
16 Brazil Junior dos SantosUFC on Fox: Velasquez vs. dos Santos
Anaheim, CA, US
Nov 12, 2011413 days1. def. Frank Mir at UFC 146 on May 26, 2012
17 United States Cain Velasquez (2)UFC 155
Las Vegas, NV, US
Dec 29, 2012896 days
(1,281 days)
1. def. Antônio Silva at UFC 160 on May 25, 2013
2. def. Junior dos Santos at UFC 166 on Oct 19, 2013
- Brazil Fabrício Werdum
def. Mark Hunt for interim title
UFC 180
Mexico City, Mexico
Nov 15, 2014
18 Brazil Fabrício WerdumUFC 188
Mexico City, Mexico
Jun 13, 2015336 days
19 United States Stipe MiocicUFC 198
Curitiba, Brazil
May 14, 2016785 days1. def. Alistair Overeem at UFC 203 on Sep 10, 2016
2. def. Junior dos Santos at UFC 211 on May 13, 2017
3. def. Francis Ngannou at UFC 220 on Jan 20, 2018
20 United States Daniel CormierUFC 226
Las Vegas, NV, US
Jul 7, 2018407 days1. def. Derrick Lewis at UFC 230 on Nov 3, 2018
21 United States Stipe Miocic (2)UFC 241
Anaheim, CA, US
Aug 17, 2019491 days
(incumbent)
1. def. Daniel Cormier at UFC 252 on Aug 15, 2020



sure i defo see mcgregor beating prime tyson in a streetfight :lul: :lul: :lul:
 
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Ironic making this the day Clenelo shitpumped a lanklet.

Not true for all time HW:
Fedor
Cain
Couture
Cormier

However just like boxing the division is getting bigger every year.
 
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Good find. It's very interesting because it matches up with what people already noticed without data, since a lot of people here already say that 6'3 is ideal.
 
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Ur just looking at heavyweights, which isn't reflective of most people, but yeah I guess the taller u are for your weightclass the better because of the range it affords you...
 
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i honestly feel like the lifefuel that comes from being massive as fuck is more than if i was gl at normal height. like walking in a supermarket in boots (boosting me to 6'5.5") makes me feel like a fucking god. and to think some ppl are 6'7" (WITHOUT SHOES) is literally just a fucking unjust crime from God.
 
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i honestly feel like the lifefuel that comes from being massive as fuck is more than if i was gl at normal height. like walking in a supermarket in boots (boosting me to 6'5.5") makes me feel like a fucking god. and to think some ppl are 6'7" (WITHOUT SHOES) is literally just a fucking unjust crime from God.
But what if someone is 6’8 and gl? 6’9? 7’0?

at your height, you already heightmog most people. Even if your country’s average is tall, you are still straight. There’s always going to be someone taller. At least you’re not below 5’10.
 
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But what if someone is 6’8 and gl? 6’9? 7’0?

at your height, you already heightmog most people. Even if your country’s average is tall, you are still straight. There’s always going to be someone taller. At least you’re not below 5’10.
i think it's because i was already at this height when i learned about all the height halo shit. believe it or not i was pretty subhuman growing up and skinnyfat, so i didn't actually know that being tall was a halo, since i never got it due to my facial and body failos.

only now that i realize im in a wonderful spot do i get to appreciate it. i just don't understand this whole "ideal height" thing. i don't think it exists, i think the taller the better as long as your height doesn't fuck up other shit like face, frame, and build.

like ive seen dudes almost my height with long ass torsos and it looks subhuman. but we would call that height ideal. in reality it's all down to proportions, and i think you would agree.
 
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DC double champ standing 5ft10, mike tyson 5ft10, canelo 5ft7.5 just made 6ft3 smith his child. but personally i think 5ft10-6ft2 is ideal for any sport/aesthetics
 
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i think it's because i was already at this height when i learned about all the height halo shit. believe it or not i was pretty subhuman growing up and skinnyfat, so i didn't actually know that being tall was a halo, since i never got it due to my facial and body failos.

only now that i realize im in a wonderful spot do i get to appreciate it. i just don't understand this whole "ideal height" thing. i don't think it exists, i think the taller the better as long as your height doesn't fuck up other shit like face, frame, and build.

like ive seen dudes almost my height with long ass torsos and it looks subhuman. but we would call that height ideal. in reality it's all down to proportions, and i think you would agree.

Eh I mean taller always mogs but you have to take in a potential girl in the equation. 5'10 is probably max height girls still look feminine. Being a head taller than her isnt practical.

My sitting height is about 2 inches taller than my 6'3.5" friend. I'm all torso. Might LL maxx once I inheritancemaxx
 
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Went to the mall today was 6ft3.5 because i just woke up. Noticed when locking eyes with taller men usually 6ft4-6ft7 range they would act submissive because im ideal for combat. I have ideal skull to body ratio and frame. After acting submissive they wpuld change theor body langyage to cope. Like flair theor shoulders out to make sure you see that they are taller than you. But what they dont understand is in the primitive first eye contact and encounter they have already submitted. Lol at how people taller than 6ft4 cope for not being 6ft3-6ft4
 
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6’1” has pretty much always been the most dominant height in not only combat sports but sports history as a whole.




 
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6’1” has pretty much always been the most dominant height in not only combat sports but sports history as a whole.




Not at heavyweight which is the only weight class that matters
 
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Not at heavyweight which is the only weight class that matters
Saying heavyweight is the only class that matters is a logical fallacy - there are plenty of light-heavyweights and even middleweights who could trounce many of the heavyweights.
 
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Saying heavyweight is the only class that matters is a logical fallacy - there are plenty of light-heavyweights and even middleweights who could trounce many of the heavyweights.
Cope. If they cpuld they would. Heavyweight has potentially much better money and for sure legacy. If they could they would you copecel
 
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Cope. If they cpuld they would. Heavyweight has potentially much better money and for sure legacy. If they could they would you copecel
It’s not cope at all, merely reality. There are many reasons for why we have weight classes these days, not the least of which revolve around health and safety regulations. Fear of lawsuits and bad publicity etc. Everything needs to be normalised to minimise risk and maximise long term efficacy. It’s a business. In combat sports extra size goes into diminishing returns after a certain point but natural talent + athleticism does not. In fact I’m very confident the majority of heavyweights would lose vs the majority of light-heavyweights, if they could forgo the bureaucracy of modern sports institutions and get on the mat together. Just look at open weight divisions for example.
 
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It’s not cope at all, merely reality. There are many reasons for why we have weight classes these days, not the least of which revolve around health and safety regulations. Fear of lawsuits and bad publicity etc. Everything needs to be normalised to minimise risk and maximise long term efficacy. It’s a business. In combat sports extra size goes into diminishing returns after a certain point but natural talent + athleticism does not. In fact I’m very confident the majority of heavyweights would lose vs the majority of light-heavyweights, if they could forgo the bureaucracy of modern sports institutions and get on the mat together. Just look at open weight divisions for example.
GIGACOPE
 
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Low IQ tier rebuttal. How exactly is it cope when it has literally 0 impact on any aspect of my life lol. It’s just reality. Carry on good sir.
 
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Went to the mall today was 6ft3.5 because i just woke up. Noticed when locking eyes with taller men usually 6ft4-6ft7 range they would act submissive because im ideal for combat. I have ideal skull to body ratio and frame. After acting submissive they wpuld change theor body langyage to cope. Like flair theor shoulders out to make sure you see that they are taller than you. But what they dont understand is in the primitive first eye contact and encounter they have already submitted. Lol at how people taller than 6ft4 cope for not being 6ft3-6ft4

That's cope tbh. Guys more alpha than me who can kick my ass look away/down first a lot. What you fail to understand is when shit gets real all that fly's out the window. Once the unsaid boundaries of respect are crossed and true confrontation with threat of violence is present do we see who is who on the dominance chain.
 
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That's cope tbh. Guys more alpha than me who can kick my ass look away/down first a lot. What you fail to understand is when shit gets real all that fly's out the window. Once the unsaid boundaries of respect are crossed and true confrontation with threat of violence is present do we see who is who on the dominance chain.
God made man, Samuel Colt made man equal. No such thing as dominance when a man can pull out a gun and shoot you in the fucking face in 2020.
 
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i think it's because i was already at this height when i learned about all the height halo shit. believe it or not i was pretty subhuman growing up and skinnyfat, so i didn't actually know that being tall was a halo, since i never got it due to my facial and body failos.

only now that i realize im in a wonderful spot do i get to appreciate it. i just don't understand this whole "ideal height" thing. i don't think it exists, i think the taller the better as long as your height doesn't fuck up other shit like face, frame, and build.

like ive seen dudes almost my height with long ass torsos and it looks subhuman. but we would call that height ideal. in reality it's all down to proportions, and i think you would agree.
Yeah bro I'm 6'1 barefeet with a long torso and I be looking shorter than guys that are shorter than me with regular proportions, jt sucks
 
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It’s not cope at all, merely reality. There are many reasons for why we have weight classes these days, not the least of which revolve around health and safety regulations. Fear of lawsuits and bad publicity etc. Everything needs to be normalised to minimise risk and maximise long term efficacy. It’s a business. In combat sports extra size goes into diminishing returns after a certain point but natural talent + athleticism does not. In fact I’m very confident the majority of heavyweights would lose vs the majority of light-heavyweights, if they could forgo the bureaucracy of modern sports institutions and get on the mat together. Just look at open weight divisions for example.
True Jon Jones can probably beat most heavyweights not gonna lie
 
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No power from those chicken legs stipe mauls him
I said most lol Stipe maybe one of the few exceptions. Then again its still 50/50 because of Jon Jones superior reach and striking
 
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6’1” has pretty much always been the most dominant height in not only combat sports but sports history as a whole.




Lmao not basketball. 6’3 and up to dominate in basketball
 
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The problem with this is that so few athletes that big get into MMA. Tall athletic guys can be making bank in the NFL, NBA or any other sport that pays more and doesn't scramble your brain as much.

Jon Jones is the least athletic of his three brothers. That's why he's in MMA. Reyes was an NFL failure, and he arguably beat the MMA 'GOAT'

If more people were into MMA, we would see taller, bigger freaks at heavyweight.
 
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The problem with this is that so few athletes that big get into MMA. Tall athletic guys can be making bank in the NFL, NBA or any other sport that pays more and doesn't scramble your brain as much.

Jon Jones is the least athletic of his three brothers. That's why he's in MMA. Reyes was an NFL failure, and he arguably beat the MMA 'GOAT'

If more people were into MMA, we would see taller, bigger freaks at heavyweight.
Cope. Greg hardy got trounced by a normal level hw
 
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Cope. Greg hardy got trounced by a normal level hw
Greg Hardy has been training MMA for like 3 years while most MMA athletes train for over a decade before breaking the top 15, and he went to decision with the number 6 UFC heavyweight. He's also too fat now that he's off the gear.
 
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Greg Hardy has been training MMA for like 3 years while most MMA athletes train for over a decade before breaking the top 15, and he went to decision with the number 6 UFC heavyweight. He's also too fat now that he's off the gear.
Cope
 
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Yeah bro I'm 6'1 barefeet with a long torso and I be looking shorter than guys that are shorter than me with regular proportions, jt sucks
I’m 6ft but with a 31ish inseam and wingspan = to height so I’m all torso lol, shits less than ideal but it’s still a good height.
 
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Lmao not basketball. 6’3 and up to dominate in basketball
True but basketball is a unique case as it specifically values height over any other attribute including talent and athleticism, and even in basketball almost 50% of the best players of all time have been 6’1” or lower.
 
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True but basketball is a unique case as it specifically values height over any other attribute including talent and athleticism, and even in basketball almost 50% of the best players of all time have been 6’1” or lower.
Bro what no. Michael Jordan, magic Johnson, kobe, shaq Were all above 6’6
 
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Bro what no. Michael Jordan, magic Johnson, kobe, shaq Were all above 6’6
Well as I said basketball is a special case as height is valued over any other attribute including talent + athleticism. Despite this however there are still many notable players @6’1” or under - Isaiah Thomas, Allen Iverson, Tony Parker, Chris Paul, John Stockton, Rajon Rondo, Terrell Brandon, Jerry West, Spud Webb, etc. They‘re ofc outnumbered by taller players.
 

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