Top 10 Maple Leaf Match Ups In November


Holy MMA cards Batman! This November there is no shortness of great match ups as the great fight north will host no less then 13 professional and amateur fight cards. In addition to those thirteen fights, a few Canucks are also picking up fights outside our borders. Picking a top 10 without receiving at least some hate was impossible as there is close to 25 deserving fights that could grace the TMLMU this month!

As always the ZUFFA disclaimer since all fights under the UFC/Strikeforce umbrella will be broken down and discussed ad nauseum this list is reserved for fisticuffs taking place outside the number 1 promotion in the world.

Now, without further adieu, get your stress balls ready, don your troll caps, and get ready to let the comment section have it.  It’s time for this month’s Top Maple Leaf Match Ups:

10. Garett Davis (15-11) vs. Elmer Waterhen (12-16) 
King of the Cage – Edmonton – November 16
It will be champion versus champion as Davis will defend his KOTC Canada Welterweight title against KOTC Canada Middleweight champion Elmer Waterhen. Davis returns after being sidelined for the past 18 months with injuries but prior to the layoff had gone 4-1 in his last five outings earning wins over the likes of Ryan Chiappe, Shannon Ritch and Gabe Rivas with his only loss coming at the hands of Strikeforce alum Quinn Mulhern. Waterhen, a member of Champion Fight Club, has been fight professionally since 2003 and has fought the best 170 lbs athletes Canada has to offer including Jesse Bongfeldt, TJ Grant, Gary Wright and Rory MacDonald albeit in losing efforts. Sure both men may be far from top 1o ranked competitors but these two men helped build our national scene into what it is today and put on some incredible tilts over that time. In a card titled “Stand and Deliver” that’s exactly what your going to get when these two certified warriors step in the cage to do battle.

Louis Fisette pounding away.

9. Diego Wilson (6-1) vs. Louis Fisette (4-1) @L_PetitPain 
Aggression FC 13: Natural Selection – Victoria – November 3
Two young prospects at 135 lbs will duke it out to see who is the top Bantamweight prospect coming out of western Canada. Wilson, a protege of Zugec Ultimate Martial Arts, is former national top 10 ranked Bantamweight but since his Aggression MMA 6 loss to Josh Hill has only competed once with a second round TKO win over Corey Gower at AFC  8 this past April.  Fisette, a WAMMA trained fighter, has been much more active then his competitor while currently riding a four fight win streak including wins over Allen Munroe and Mike O’Neill. Both men bring similar skill sets, along with similar records, into this bout with take downs and grappling being each combatants strong suit while still being able to mix it up on the feet. The biggest factor in this match up will be Wilson’s long layoffs. Will ring rust be a factor or has Adam Zugec kept Diego’s training at a peak during the last twelve months? Considering how many Bantamweights are just outside the nation’s top 10 rankings, the winner of this fight could potentially put themselves just outside of rankings in what has become Canada’s most stacked weight class.

8. Mark Holst (10-4) vs. Nabil Khatib (11-9) @Nabil_TheThrill 
Wreck MMA – Gatineau – November 9
The all Ottawa grudge match (Check out their first fight HERE) almost three years in the making will finally go down this month and fans will ultimately see who is the top Welteweight in the Ottawa/Gatineau area. Khatib, a Tristar Gym trained fighter,  has been asking for this rematch immediately after the original tussle.  Since that fight, ‘The Thrill’ has gone 2-3 and is currently looking to end a three fight losing skid and has become a member of Tristar Gym.  Holst, an OAMA/Renzo Gracie member, used his win over Khatib coupled with a win over TUF veteran Corey Hill to propel him into the UFC where he went a disappointing 0-2 with losses to Jon Gunderson and Paul Sass. Since leaving the UFC, Holst has amassed a 2-1 record and most recently was submitted by Leonardo Santos . Since the original battle with Khatib, Holst has gone 3-3. Considering the hype surrounding this match up, there are a lot of questions especially regarding Khatib that will dictate the outcome of this bout. Has age caught up with Khatib? Has the injury he suffered against Matt MacGrath healed? Will Khatib be able to come in on weight? With Holst coming off the disappointing loss to the aforementioned Santos and his semi-retirement after his brief UFC stint, has his MMA flame been fully rekindled? Or is he fighting for paychecks or gym integrity? In all honesty, all these questions will probably be thrown out the window come fight time as this is no longer Holst vs Khatib – it’s OAMA vs Team Bushido.  Considering how much each gym means to each fighter, this match up could be EPIC as each man will bring the combined strength of their respective gyms into the cage come fight time.

7. Randy Turner (6-2) vs. BJ Ferguson (8-2) 
Wreck MMA – Gatineau – November 9
Our newest edition to Canada’s top 10 Bantamweight ranking, Turner will face one his sternest tests when he tackles TUF veteran BJ Ferguson in his first defense of his Wreck MMA 135 lbs title. Turner, an OAMA protege, earned his Wreck MMA strap by defeating former top 10 ranked Eric Perez by decision at  Wreck MMA: Road to Glory this past April. Ferguson, a member of All American MMA, competed on TUF 14 but did not make it into the house losing to Canada’s 4th ranked BantamweightRoland Delorme in the elimination round. Considering the clash of styles in this bout, the winner will be the man who sticks to his game plan – either Turner will use his wrestling and GnP to grind out Ferguson or BJ will catch the champion in a submission off his back. Ferguson, who recently fought September 22 defeating a 3-9 fighter, may hold an advantage in not being on the shelf very long or the quick turn around could be to his detriment. One thing is for sure – if Ferguson can’t keep pace with “Relentless” over 25 mins he’ll be sucking wind by round three and will be in for a long 10 minutes in rounds 4 and 5. Either way Ottawa/Gatineau MMA fans will be treated to a tremendous tussle between two top notch Bantamweights.

Ford and Parisyan

6. Ryan Ford (18-4) @RyanFordMMA vs. Kyle Baker (12-6) @KBakesMMA
 Bellator 79 – Rama – November 2
After dispatching the ever tough Luis Santos at Bellator 67, Ford will look to continue his journey to the next Bellator Welterweight tournament. “The Real Deal”, Canada’s 5th ranked Welterweight, had most of his training camp at Tristar Gym and has had a successful campaign in 2012 defeating the aforementioned Santos and quickly finishing Ricky Goodall at Aggression MMA 9 the past February. On the flip side, Baker, who fights out of MMA Institute, has only fought once in 2012 dropping a unanimous decision to M1 and UFC veteran Lucio Linhares. Since 2009, Baker has amassed a 5-3 record while Ford is a much meatier 10-3. This match has Ford written all over it but also puts a lot of pressure on his shoulders, “The Real Deal” could be the next “big thing” in Bellator’s 170 lbs division and has a lot to lose if he does not perform well against a Bellator new comer. With technique and skill on Ford’s side gong into this match up, he will only need to stick to his game plan and avoid Baker’s heavy hands (9 out of 12 wins via TKO/KO). With a win here, Ford should be guaranteed a slot in the Welterweight tourney, if not expect a large scale riot from the GDUP crew and fans.

5. Josh Hill (9-0) @GentlemanJHill vs. Rafael Rebello (9-4)
Score Fighting Series – Hamilton – November 23
Canada’s 7th ranked Bantamweight and biggest surging star will finally get to test his mettle against a former “Big Show”(well smaller big show) competitor when “The Gentleman” meets WEC veteran Rebello. Hill, a product of House of Champions, will return to cage fresh off a three round shellacking of 8th ranked John Fraser at SFS this past August. Rebello, a member of American Top Team, fought three times in the WEC going 1-2 with his lone win coming against Kyle Dietz. Since his time in the blue and white cage, the ATT alum has gone 3-0 most recently submitting Bobby Huron. This is bad stylistic match up for Rebello as most of his losses have come against top position grapplers and Hill is the exact definition of that. As long as Hill can avoid Rafael’s strong sub game, 6 out of 9 wins via tap, he should remain undefeated and continue to knock on the UFC’s front door. “Mr Silva… Mr Shelby, it’s me Josh Hill will you let me in now?”

4. Gregor Gracie (7-2) @GregorGracie vs. Tyson Steele (9-1) @TysonSteele
 World Series of Fighting 1 – November 3
WSOF is debuting this month and luckily for Canadian MMA fans they decided to add a member of our great fight north to their fight card. Steele, a member of Alliance Martial Art System, recently returned after a long eleven month lay off to best Jarod Milko over three rounds en route to a unanimous decision victory at AFC 11 this past September. Gracie, obviously a Gracie trained fighter, has spent most of the last two years competing in Brazil and Asia amassing a 4-1 record over his last five fights, most recently submitting Nicholas Mann via arm bar at OneFC 5this past August. Both men should be considered ground wizards (Steele 7 out of 9 wins via sub/ Gracie 6 out of 7 wins by sub) and this bout will really see who’s jits is best and considering Steele is taking on a Gracie, he has his work cut out for him. Unlike wrestler versus wrestler which usually devolves into a haymaker extravaganza, two jits guys will usually continue to work their honed craft so fans need not expect a barn burner but rather a technical chess match. It’s not really who’s jits is best but who has the better MMA ground game and an educated fan may lean towards Steele’s wrestling advantage to play a deciding factor in the outcome.

Brandt Dewsbery (photo: Mike Fischl)

3. Ryan Dickson (4-0) @RydMMA vs. Brandt Dewsbery (10-1-1)
Score Fighting Series – Hamilton – November 23
Two of the best up and coming Welterweights in Canada trained by two of the greatest MMA minds in the nation will lock horns to see who is the real deal (no pun extended Mr. Ford). Dickson, trained by UFC veteran Jeff Joslin, will look to continue his unbeaten ways which include four stoppages between the bells, three by way of submission and a lone TKO finish. Dewsbery, a member of Lee Mein’s CMC hit squad, is currently riding a five fight win streak including a FOTN performance over Xtreme Couture prospect Benjamin Smith at last month’s RITC 46. Both men posses incredible skills on the mat while still being capable on the feet. Dewsberry may carry a slight striking advantage into the cage while Dickson’s wrestling will be a tad superior. They share a common opponent in Chris St Jean where Dewsberry submitted him in round 2, while Dickson TKO’d him in the first. Even as stacked as Canada’s Welterweight division is, the winner here will make a great case for themselves to crack the nation’s top 10 rankings.

2. Stephen Beaumont (6-0) @StephenBeaumont vs. Shane Campbell (5-1) @ShaolinStyleMMA
 Aggression FC 14 – Edmonton – November 23
The term styles make fights has never been so evident as “Big Bad” Beaumont will look to use his top notch wrestling against “Shaolin” Campbell’s Muay Thai mastery. It’s grappler versus striker for the Aggression FC Lightweight title. Beaumont, a Legends Training Centre fighter, won the AFC strap by defeating Evan Sanguin via unanimous decision at AFC 9 this past June. Campbell, a Shaolin Muay Thai/House of Champions trained fighter, has continued to fight both Muay Thai and MMA professionally.  He is currently riding a three fight win streak while most recently training with Jose Aldo in preparations for Aldo’s title defense that didn’t go down at UFC 153.  Both men are known as tremendous fan favorites (downside for Shane as this bout will be in Stephen’s backyard) but seemed to have gone unnoticed by the salivating MMA hardcores and aren’t usually mentioned in discussions for the top 10 national Lightweight rankings. Considering these combatants past bouts and experience, this could easily be this month’s most entertaining match up as neither fighter knows how to move backwards or back down from an exchange inside the pocket. Either Campbell will pick apart Beaumont on the feet and potentially end the fight in highlight reel fashion or Beaumont will put Campbell’s butt on the canvas and mark up his face with his fists. If you live any where in Alberta and haven’t already picked up a pair of tickets to this slug fest, stop being silly and get them ASAP.

1. Jordan Mein (25-8) @FightingMeins  vs. Forrest Petz (25-9) @MeatCleaverPetz 
Score Fighting Series – Hamilton – November 23
Canada’s number 4 ranked Welterweight will finally dust himself off the Strikeforce shelf and return to action on home soil. Mein, a CMC trained assassin, has had a tremendous 2-1 run in Strikeforce dispatching Evangelista Santos and Tyler Stinson while falling victim to a lay and pray decision at the hands of title challenger Tyron Woodley. Petz, a UFC veteran and long time journeyman, is currently riding a four fight win streak including his last win in a fight of the night performance over Sergej Juskevic at a SFS event in March. This is a very important match up for both men as Mein needs to win a fight outside Strikeforce to keep his contact status intact while Petz is in the driver seat as a win against a loaned out fighter could bolster him into the Strikeforce ranks. Considering both men enjoy chucking leather and can give as good as they get, Hamilton area MMA fans could be treated to the most thrilling and exhilarating match up of the month.

47 Responses to “ Top 10 Maple Leaf Match Ups In November ”

  1. mike kent says:

    i think me and tims match could have made it as well as me and allen and boo boo in a triple threat ladder match

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  2. BodySnatcher says:

    aaaawwwww my fight didnt make it…

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  3. Alex Caporicci says:

    Kinda proud that I had a part in 50% of that list. :)

    And that doesn’t count Ronson vs. Healy and a yet to be approved fight at SFS that will be very exciting. I blame that on Big Win not wanting to give us all the spots. :)

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  4. Cody Rempel says:

    Wow! A lot of big matchups missing from this list, tough to leave out Southern vs. Alessio and Kent vs. Chemelli. Any other month most of that Aggression 14 fight card would be on this list! I don’t envy Big Win having to pick and choose this list this month!

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  5. Bobby Karimi says:

    Southern vs Alessio?
    Mazany vs Alessio?
    Lorenz vs Wheeler?
    Ronson vs Healey?
    Kent vs Chemelli?
    Valimaki vs Razak?


    But we have Davis vs Waterhen, Holst vs Khatib etc.

    Come on man!

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  6. The Return of Il Toro ?

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  7. booboo says:



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  8. Bobby Karimi says:

    Hope vs Kent vs BOOBOO in a triple threat ladder match would only be sanctioned in Edmonton and XCW. Someone make it happen. Get Idolmaker in there too to make it a 4 way battle!

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  9. ASSASSIN says:

    what is this the twilight zone???

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  10. Demitri (trev) says:

    Bobby is bang on – cant believe some of the fights on this list and ones that are not on.

    That just goes to show Canadian MMA is continuing to rise up. Props to all the fighters!

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  11. ASSASSIN says:

    How allesio mazany didnt make this list makes me wonder wtf.

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  12. Bobby Karimi says:

    Neither of Alessio’s fights are on there, Big Win must not like John :)

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  13. Chappy says:

    Umm mike Davis vs Adam Bodwell!?!? Your dropping the ball here guys! Hahahaha

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  14. john says:

    Wow not one of the two fights i got in nov on this list! No love from topmmanews

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  15. @Chappy… time for me to drop some knowledge again.

    1. Mike Davis vs Adam Bodwell is in December.
    2. This list is for November.
    3. Big Win will rank Mike Davis vs Adam Bodwell #1 next month.

    Seriously though…this is a very hard list to come up with in November. Props to Big Win for taking his monthly stab at it.

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  16. Darren Owen says:

    This list is FLAWED! BKB I couldn’t agree more.

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  17. Bobby Karimi says:

    Big Win, I’d like to inform you that John “The Natural” Alessio fights TWO TIMES this month, he’s an ok fighter by the way. :)

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  18. Darren Owen says:

    It should be renamed: Big Wins personal list for Canadian Matchups. Instead if top 10 maple leaf matchups. As these are not the best 10 fights in November. #8 and #10 stand, I mean no disrespect but neither of Alessios fights… Come on.

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  19. Mike Davis says:


    Southern vs Alessio
    Lorenz vs Wheeler

    should of replaced

    Waterhern vs Davis
    Khatib vs Holst

    But really would of been impossible to make people happy this month.

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  20. graham weenk says:

    Southern vs Alessio and Lorenz vs Wheeler are missing from the list… How is that possible?

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  21. Joey says:

    Where’s the matchup between Guillaume ‘Il Toro’ de Lorenzi (9-1) vs Jonny Carson (10-5) on that list?? Sorry, but that list looks like from a groopie fans.

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  22. Dean Panas says:

    I posted this on another thread by mistake. I think there should be a poll of 15 fights (roughly). There may be some surprises.

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  23. Mike Davis says:

    well people can always post there list on here and see what other people come up with.

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  24. Darren Owen says:

    Question for Big Win, so if you could only watch 1 fight out of the following list you would pick Davis vs Waterhen:

    Davis vs Waterhen
    Alessio vs Mazany
    Alessio vs Southern
    Valimaki vs Al Hassan
    Chemelli vs Kent
    Lorenz vs Wheeler
    Hunter vs Cheung
    MacIver vs Perron

    Just to clarify do you honestly believe that Davis vs Waterhen is the top matchup in the aforementioned list?

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  25. Derek Misk says:

    I couldnt agree more with Darren. I am glad he is taking this a bit personal.

    Big Win, I do not mean any disrespect; but can you elaborate on why you picked the match ups you did and why you didnt pick some of the above names (from darren)?

    I am curious of your logic. Again, not trying to argue with you about it. But I would like to see where your coming from and why you picked what you did

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  26. Soupy says:

    I totally agree, Alessio is a canadian legend that is not only a great fighter with over 50 fights but from what I here, he is a top notch guy. I am sure the boys in BC or the west coast will confirm whether he is a great guy or not. Just look at the guys he beat and at the guys he lost ducking on his part. Also, I can’t believe Ronson’s fight is not on the list..I know you can’t have everyone on the list but holy cow it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see that that Ronson vs Healy fight is going to be a war and a win is huge for Ronson. If Healy wins, he should of, if Ronson wins, he maybe 1 or 2 at most fights away from the UFC. Wow, I am really getting into this MMA stuff. Thanks to this site and other sites I am getting to know who is who in the MMA world. I am going to the my first UFC Event in Montreal and to my first score event NOV 23rd in Hamilton..Can’t wait

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  27. I would like to see someone else’s top 10 list.

    Let’s see someone else put their real name beside a list and see what 10 good fights drop off their top 10.

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  28. Marv says:

    Keith, u say that everytime somebody chirps one of these lists. Don’t take it personally, you just gotta understand the frustration. Ok Movember is a f*ckin brutal month to be making any type of list (just ask Santa Claus baha). But I think everyone is mainly upset because Elmer’s fight is on there when you have to admit it has NO buisness being on there, do I think that will be an exciting slugfest from start to finish? Absolutely! But the list is for the top 10 match ups NOT the top 10 most exciting fights right?! Especially when you have pretty much the who’s who of MMA in western Canada all scheduled to be Involved in fights which hold significance within the rankings of their respective weight classes. You just gotta realize where everyone’s comin from, which I hope you do, but the #8 and #10 fights truly DO NOT belong there. I’m not telling you to re-do the list and I’m not gonna put my own list up. No one should have to because I think it’s safe to say that EVERYONE’S issue with this list is stemming from the #8 and #10 fights…..I know that’s my only problem with it. Sorry if I soured your candy apple we could hug it out someday(which I’m very good at because if my stature) and sorry for the long ass rant, never had many trick or treaters so I’m all f*ckin jacked up on Hershey bars.

    –Love: Marv xoxo

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  29. L-Boutin says:

    ok Keith, I’ll take a shot at your challenge.

    10-Alessio vs Mazany (but if you want variety and Alessio only gets one spot, then I’d put The return of De Lorenzi in #10)
    9-Hill vs. Rebello
    8-Kent vs Chemelli (Undefeated MW prospect vs Top 10 LHW)
    7-Lorenz VS Wheeler
    6-Valimaki vs. Al Hassan (2 UFC vets)
    5-Ryan Ford vs. Baker
    4-Gracie vs. Steele
    3-Beaumont vs. Campbell
    2-Southern vs Alessio (Arguably a better match-up then the AFC title fight. A perrenial top 10 LW when he’s active vs a Canadian MMA Legend)
    1-Mein vs. Petz

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  30. wuzjustsayin says:

    @ L-Boutin

    I like this list!! The only change I would make is #9 to “Davis and Waterhen”.

    As Marv said, “do I think that will be an exciting slugfest from start to finish? Absolutely! But the list is for the top 10 match ups NOT the top 10 most exciting fights right?!”

    I would rather watch an exciting and meaningful fight anyday!!

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  31. BodySnatcher says:

    i see why big win didnt put southern vs alessio on there as there is a possibility of alessio getting hurt or cut in his fight friday although that won’t happen as i see him winning quick but you never know with mma. so why put it up when it could potentially not happen. just saving BIG WIN some slack

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  32. LBoutin says:

    Every fight has to the potential to not happen due to injury. Leaving a fantastic fight like Alessio vs Southern out of the top 10 is a travesty.

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  33. Bobby Karimi says:

    This is hypothetical, but if Southern vs Alessio isn’t on due to Alessio fighting Mazany in a couple days, then Campbell vs Beaumont shouldn’t be on there either. Campbell has a Muay Thai fight this weekend.
    Again this is an assumption, and would be the only explanation as to why Southern vs Alessio isn’t on this list, but if that’s the case then I’d think there should be some consistency with the “rule”

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  34. Good list @L-Boutin…
    so you drop some WRECK, KOTC, and Score fights to make room for some additional AFC fights.

    Its interesting how people rank the 5 major LW fights this month:

    I rank them this way:

    1. Ronson v Healy (has anyone seen a boring Ronson fight?)
    2. Mazany v Alessio
    3. DeLorenzi v Carson
    4. Beaumont v Campbell (this one will be fireworks, but lower ranked guys. Would be higher if based solely on excitement factor)
    5. Southern v Alessio

    I put Southern fight last as I think there is 40% chance of that fight happening. If that fight was 100%, it would be first on my list.

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  35. Gunner says:

    keith just a thought can you do a poll style vote like you do for the fights and have like 15 to 20 fights in no order for all the folks to vote and then there is no complaining on bias pics it is what it is when the numbers are tallied and people can see which fights are in what position up to the 1st of that month

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  36. Demitri (trev) says:

    I think the poll idea is great. But im sure people would double vote a lot and in the end it wouldn’t be accurate.

    Robin black would end up being number 1 everytime he fights because his fan base on here. He would be the first not to pick himself though.

    I think big win does an awesome job. Except this month. Keith you don’t have to get overly protective and sensitive. We all have different opinions.

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  37. Idolmaker smith says:

    I agree with lboutins list completely, with 1 exception. I would bump the valimaki fight off my list completely, just no interest in it for me, and place the ronson Healy fight at number 3. That fight is a gooder.

    Ps I used my given name!!!

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  38. Idolmaker smith says:

    It’s a good list as it is big wins opinion. Let him have his list his way. It’s an article designed to provoke others to create their own lists. No need to pick big win apart over it!

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  39. LBoutin says:

    I wasn’t sure if Healy vs Ronson was confirmed so I left it off.

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  40. Marv says:

    @wuzjustsayin– I totally agree, as MMA is a spectator sport I would much rather watch an exciting slugfest or two highly skilled grappling roll reversal after reversal with submission attempts galore than a highly anticipated 3 round snoozefest riddled with lay and pray and I think everyone would agree BUT this is the top 10 matchups which sometimes includes barn barners and sometimes 3 or 5 rounds of lay and pray…. remember that guys

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  41. @Idolmaker smith…Not being protective. I love the debate. In fact, I’m a master debater.

    My point is it is very easy to say “these fights should be on”. I would rather people say “these fights should be on and I would remove these fights.”

    @Gunner… our polling is pick one answer. We could do a poll asking “What is the #1 fight in November?”. I don’t have the ability to do a poll saying “Here are 20 fights. Select the top 10 fights.” I love the idea and will look into it though.

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  42. Idolmaker smith says:

    @keith it wasn’t me who was baiting you, I know you’re a master at it, it was marv.

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  43. OK… if you want to do some work Top MMA News style…

    Rank the top fights in Canada this November.

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  44. Robin Black says:

    @ Dmitri (trev)

    the way I should be associated in ANY way with this list is if I’m calling some of the fights on it lol!

    SO many good fights this month.

    Ranson Healy tops my list with Alessio Mazany and Wheeler Lorenz tied for a close second.

    GREAT month for exciting meaningful Canadian fights.

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  45. Robin Black says:

    Sorry meant Ronson Healy.

    Sorry Jesse oops

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  47. Louden Swain says:

    Regina… The only place that smells like it sounds.

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