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September 4, 2007

MMA top ten

Dave Doyle over at Yahoo! Sports does a MMA top ten poll with a panel of writers from mainstream media publications from throughout the country and Canada.  I'm fortunate enough to be on this panel and the second set of rankings came out last week.

This poll is one of a number of "pound-for-pound" polls out there.  But, since I'm a voter, I thought I would highlight this one and let you take a look at what we came up with.  If you're interested, I'm willing to publish my rankings in a later blog entry.

As a teaser, here are the bottom fighters in the top ten:

10. Chuck Liddell

9. BJ Penn

For the rest of the rankings and to find out who we crowned the best mma fighter in the world right now, click here.

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Kevin Richardson has been a fan of mixed martial arts competition ever since UFC 3, when 600-pound sumo wrestler Emmanuel Yarborough was beaten by Keith Hackney. Kevin will cover the world of MMA — in Baltimore, nationally and internationally. He plans to take readers into the locker rooms and MMA schools, where they'll hear from local fighters and trainers. If you have a news tip or suggestions for the blog, please e-mail him.

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