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He holds the record for the most wins, knockouts, title defences, and longest winning streak with the redundant Japanese promotion.

Now retired, Anthony ‘Rumble’ Johnson is arguably the most intimidating light-heavyweight fighter of all time. It’s insane to imagine that he fought as low as the welterweight division.

They may possess unfathomable KO power or be ludicrously built.

They might have a savage style that will bring guaranteed damage – even if you end up winning.

You’re not supposed to be able to do that to another man, but then Jackson was no regular fighter.

A former UFC light-heavyweight champion, he struck an iconic figure with that huge chain around his neck. ‘Rampage’ has an iconic rivalry with Wanderlei Silva.

There was a version of Alistair Overeem that was literally the Super Saiyan of combat sports athletes.

We’re talking of course about ‘Ubereem,’ a ludicrously sculpted, genetically-modified human being that destroyed all in his path.

That physique and Cuban accent just lend to his aura of intimidation.You can find much more information about your privacy choices in our privacy policy.Even if you choose not to have your activity tracked by third parties for advertising services, you will still see non-personalized ads on our site.Here are examples of some of the most intimidating team names.Imagine you’re a visiting team getting ready to play a pivotal road match against Red Star Belgrade, the only Serbian (and ex-Yugoslav) football club to have won the European and Intercontinental Cup (both in 1991).

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