In these hours a great controversy arose in Mixed Martial Arts, after Scott coker, President of Bellator, of some words. He himself expressed his opinion on a particular category: Semi-Complete. There, he affirms that in his company there are better fighters, compared to the Ultimate Fighting Championship. Mostly known as UFC, is in the first step of this sport. Therefore, now doubts arise if this is how this character said.
Next we will show two groups, where the best of the moment in this category are found, in the two companies in question. It is difficult to argue that the second group of fighters is more level than the first. Even eliminating Jon Jones, who just left the division to move up to heavyweight. In fact, Scott coker, President of Bellator, uses precisely this movement on the part of “Bones” to affirm that his division is better.
This being the case, this is precisely what Scott told MMA Junkie.com: “Listen, with Jon Jones moving up to heavyweight, I think we have the best light heavyweight on the planet with Ryan Bader, Gegard Mousasi, who wants to move up, Lyoto Machida, now also Corey Anderson. We have a lot of killers in this weight class. We can put on big fights, I’m excited about this division. Therefore, the controversy grew rapidly.
Semi-complete in UFC
Some of the best light heavyweights in the UFC are: Jon Jones (26-1), Dominick Reyes (12-1), Jan Blachowicz (26-8), Thiago Santos (21-7), Glover Teixeira (31-7), Anthony Smith (32-15) or Volkan Oezdemir (17-5).
Semi-complete in Bellator MMA
Some of Bellator MMA’s best light heavyweights include: Ryan Bader (27-5), Corey Anderson (13-5), Phil Davis (21-5), Liam McGeary (13-4), Vadim Nemkov (12-2) , Alessio Sakara (20-13) or Julius Anglickas (8-1).