Friday the 13th; Who are the scariest UFC Fighters

Friday the 13th got us thinking about who are the scariest UFC fighters fighting today!

When we think of fictional monsters we think humongous and that’s awesome why I am starting with the heavyweights. The baddest man on the planet Stipe Miocic is the UFC heavyweight champion and one scary man. But, the scariest heavyweight to be locked inside the octagon with has to be Francis N’Gannou. Francis, aka The Predator, is 6’4” and 255 pounds of pure muscle. Francis’s strength, quickness and athleticism makes him the scariest heavyweight in the UFC.

Also, here are three more fighters who made our Friday the 13th scary discussion, Khabib Nurmagomedov, Robbie Lawler and Amanda Nunes. First, is the undefeated UFC Lightweight Champion, Khabib Nurmagomedov. His skills and tenacity is unmatched at any weight level. Lately, Khabib has brought his scariness outside the octagon with situations with Conor McGregor and Tony Ferguson. Khabib’s wrestling techniques are the best inside the cage, just ask his 28 opponents that all fell by the hands of one of the scariest fighters on this planet, Khabib Nurmagomedov.

Another scary fighter has to be the ruthless one, Robbie Lawler. Since his professional debut in 2001, Robbie has been one of the most vicious fighters of all time. Robbie Lawler brings an ultra aggressive offensive attack that includes a pure violent streak that definitely labels him one the of most intimidating fighters UFC fans have ever seen.

Lastly, is the beautiful 2-weight class female champion, Amanda Nunes. But don’t let her beauty trick you, when she walks inside the octagon Amanda Nunes is the most terrifying female fighter of all time. Amanda has recently defeated Rhonda Rousey, Cris Cyborg and Holy Holm. Amanda’s strength, accuracy and power make her a scary opponent for any female in two different weight classes within the UFC. On this Friday the 13th, stay safe out there and if you see any of these fighters, exit stage left.


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