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There’s no one factor in making a Hall of Famer.
There are no-brainer picks, of course. If you don’t think Royce Gracie belongs in a Hall of Fame, you probably shouldn’t watch MMA.
Then there are consensus picks, the Randy Coutures and Urijah Fabers and whatnot whose contributions to the growth of the sport combined with their accomplishments in the cage made a real impact.
Neither has held a UFC title. But they’ve been had tremendous staying power on a big-league level. They’ve provided the fans thrilling fights, win or lose. They’re still winning fights.
Is that enough to get them into the UFC Hall of Fame when they’re done?
We asked you, dear MMA Junkie Radio listeners, whether you believe they should make the cut. A plurality say yes, and, combined, a majority of you believe at least one belong.
The results (via Twitter):
Today's #DailyDebate question for @MMAjunkieRadio: #UFCNewark co-main event lightweights Clay Guida and Jim Miller are on the back ends of their careers. If they never win a UFC title, are they worthy of eventual inclusion in the Modern Era wing of the UFC Hall of Fame?
— MMA Junkie (@MMAjunkie) August 1, 2019
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