Wednesday, July 12, 2006

All Time Pride Records

Wanderlei Silva 22-2-1
Kazushi Sakuraba 19-8-1
Igor Vovchanchyn 18-8
Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira 16-2
Mirko Cro Cop 16-4-2
Fedor Emelianenko 12-0
Heath Herring 12-5
Quinton Jackson 12-5
Dan Henderson 11-4
Takanori Gomi 10-1
Kazuhiro Nakamura 10-5
Gary Goodridge 10-9
Akira Shoji 9-11-2
Mauricio Shogun 8-1
Antonio Rogerio Nogueira 8-1
Mark Coleman 8-3
Sergei Kharitonov 7-2
Ricardo Arona 7-3
Alistair Overeem 7-5
Ikuhisa Minowa 7-7
Kazuyuki Fujita 6-3
Hayato Sakurai 6-3
Mark Kerr 6-4
Hidehiko Yoshida 6-4-1
Murilo Ninja 6-7
Paulo Filho 5-0
Mark Hunt 5-2
Aleksander Emelianenko 5-2
Ryan Gracie 5-2
Vitor Belfort 5-2
Carlos Newton 5-4
Daiju Takase 5-4
Dajiro Matsui 5-8-2
Rodrigo Gracie 4-0
Denis Kang 4-0
Choi Mu Bae 4-1
Akihiro Gono 4-1
Fabricio Werdum 4-2
Naoya Ogawa 4-2
Semmy Schilt 4-3
Mario Sperry 4-3
Ryo Chonan 4-3
Kiyoshi Tamura 4-4
Guy Mezger 4-6
Kevin Randleman 4-6
Giant Ochiai 3-1
Joachim Hansen 3-1
Ricco Rodriguez 3-1
Tatsuya Kawajiri 3-1Josh Barnett 3-2
Anderson Silva 3-2
Tom Erikson 3-2
Marcus Aurelio 3-2
Phil Baroni 3-2
James Thompson 3-2
Antonio Schembri 3-3
Don Frye 3-3
Renzo Gracie 3-4-1
Murilo Bustamante 3-5
Yoshihisa Yamamoto 3-6
Alexander Otsuka 3-9

Note: Minimum 3 wins, through Critical Countdown Absolute.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Phil said...

Is anyone else familiar with sherodg.com power stats for fighters? Basically, it's an attempt to rank fighters based on win-losses and the strengths of their victories. It does make any adjustments for type of victory (first round TKO v. decision, etc.) and they're not clear on all the methodology, but I think it's a great start at ranking fighters worldwide.

8:44 AM  
Anonymous Phil said...

Obviously, that's sherdog.com

8:44 AM  

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