Intimidating cage fighting

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At 5-foot-6 and 115 pounds, Jedrzejczyk might be the smallest of the UFC's 11 champions.

However, within that frame is one of the most violent fighters on the planet.

If you're easy to knock out, then being deemed tough is going to be hard to come by. So without further ado, follow tbelow for our top 10 toughest fighters in MMA today.

Being hard to knock out, plain and simple, is important. In fact, this may be the single greatest predictor of who we view as tough. Big fights where toughness was needed and delivered on- check. An ability to impose one's will on another through great cardio and mental toughness- check. The bottom line is that Nick Diaz is the kind of tough guy are forced to respect. No one has proven capable of taking a shot like Frank Edgar to date.

On her eighteenth birthday, Cait's parents sold her into slavery.

For five years, she stole small sums of bottlecaps from her owners, until she had enough to buy her own freedom.

He fights that way, too, only with about 20 times the talent of your average tavern-stool tough guy.

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One of the criteria for being a tough guy in MMA is to have fought in great fights that showcased this.That’s a big scary dude and probably the most intimidating fighter ever based solely on looks.When it comes to intimidating fighting styles though, few others out there compare to a guy like Chuck ‘The Iceman’ Liddell who is also seen across the board on all of the guys’ lists.Willingly entering into an area where you can be seriously hurt is a lot to overcome.It’s probably even that much harder when your opponent is someone on this list of the most intimidating fighters of all time.

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