Our BE Baddest battle between Frank Mir and Dan Severn went pretty much exactly how you would expect a #1 vs #8 seed battle to go. Total domination from former Heavyweight champion Mir. The #1 seed cruised through to the next round (with a final score of 64-8 over Severn), where he now will face #5 seed Joe Lauzon.
Today, BE's Baddest Greatest of All Time goes for the repeat. It's #2 seed Fedor Emelianenko in action, taking on the challenge of #7 Megumi Fujii. Matt Hughes showed that the 7 seeds should not be ruled out. Can Fujii pull off her own upset? Your votes will decide.
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Thanks to June M. Williams for the tournament bracket graphic.