Dungey ranked #4 All Time MX List

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5/17/2018 6:31am Edited Date/Time 5/20/2018 6:50pm
I agree with Dungey being ahead of RV but figure RV would be right there with the Dunge. RV and Dungey were pretty evenly matched throughout their career but I guess Dungey's longevity was enough to put him a few places ahead. And Stewart had an undefeated season and is 2 positions behind Dungey.

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5/17/2018 6:36am
Championships trump race wins, just ask Eli
5/17/2018 6:45am
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Championships trump race wins, just ask Eli
Is that why they ranked Dungey ahead of RV?
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5/17/2018 6:53am
slipdog wrote:
Championships trump race wins, just ask Eli
Is that why they ranked Dungey ahead of RV?
Eli has some work to do if he wants to get on Dungey's level.

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5/17/2018 7:14am
slipdog wrote:
Championships trump race wins, just ask Eli
Is that why they ranked Dungey ahead of RV?
I would imagine. I mean, makee sense doesn't it?
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5/17/2018 7:17am
slipdog wrote:
Championships trump race wins, just ask Eli
Is that why they ranked Dungey ahead of RV?
X2,. I got rv over dungey. Titles mean.more than wins.
5/17/2018 7:20am
slipdog wrote:
Championships trump race wins, just ask Eli
Is that why they ranked Dungey ahead of RV?
agn5009 wrote:
I would imagine. I mean, makee sense doesn't it?
It does, but maybe they figure that Dungey is just faster than RV ever was.
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5/17/2018 7:25am
thats my buddy Norm Hebert with the umbrella thats the most famous he will ever be
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5/17/2018 7:28am Edited Date/Time 5/17/2018 7:29am
They have him listed as 10th too? Thats odd


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5/17/2018 7:29am
I was surprise Dungey was ahead of Stew and RV.
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5/17/2018 7:31am
Is that why they ranked Dungey ahead of RV?
agn5009 wrote:
I would imagine. I mean, makee sense doesn't it?
It does, but maybe they figure that Dungey is just faster than RV ever was.
RV left 2 450 titles he could have been in contention to win on the table if my memory serves me correct because of injuries at the end of sx.
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They have him listed as 10th too? Thats odd [img]https://p.vitalmx.com/photos/forums/2018/05/17/262328/s1200_f7a6342037c541056772f3c7c482b878.jpg[/img]
They have him listed as 10th too? Thats odd


That’s a list they did s few years back.
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5/17/2018 7:40am
ML512 wrote:
That’s a list they did s few years back.
Ah, makes sense
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5/17/2018 7:48am
Who's left?


RC, Hannah, and?
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5/17/2018 7:52am
mx 219 wrote:
Who's left?


RC, Hannah, and?
Surely not McGrath right? I don't recall his outdoors record.
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5/17/2018 7:56am
Ramrod wrote:
RV left 2 450 titles he could have been in contention to win on the table if my memory serves me correct because of injuries at...
RV left 2 450 titles he could have been in contention to win on the table if my memory serves me correct because of injuries at the end of sx.
Wasn't his first season on the 450 spent on the couch recovering? That was right around the time he joined up with Aldon and went from pudgy to rail thin.
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5/17/2018 7:57am
They spell out Dungy's ranking over Villapoto in the article. Makes sense to me after reading even tho a healthy RV tended to beat him.
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5/17/2018 7:57am
mx 219 wrote:
Who's left?


RC, Hannah, and?
RJ
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5/17/2018 7:57am
mx 219 wrote:
Who's left?


RC, Hannah, and?
IWreckALot wrote:
Surely not McGrath right? I don't recall his outdoors record.
He was like 25 or something like that

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5/17/2018 7:58am
slipdog wrote:
Championships trump race wins, just ask Eli
Is that why they ranked Dungey ahead of RV?
mxb2 wrote:
X2,. I got rv over dungey. Titles mean.more than wins.
X3. Definitely think RV should be ahead of RD
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5/17/2018 7:59am
IWreckALot wrote:
Surely not McGrath right? I don't recall his outdoors record.
mcgrath got tired of people baggin on him for not being mx enough...went and super trained for it and won it outright in like 95 if i remember right. then he went back to supercross specialist. lol.
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5/17/2018 8:01am
mx 219 wrote:
Who's left?


RC, Hannah, and?
IWreckALot wrote:
Surely not McGrath right? I don't recall his outdoors record.
mattyhamz2 wrote:
He was like 25 or something like that
Pg.2 on the link posted above has MC at 20th.
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5/17/2018 8:04am
mx 219 wrote:
Who's left?


RC, Hannah, and?
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RJ
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5/17/2018 8:06am
+1 on the RV ahead of Dunge debate.

Was never a RV fan really, but if I'm being totally unbiased, RV2 seemed more unbeatable than RD5 was... and the fact that they both raced together, with RV being the more dominate rider during that time, should definitely tip the scales in RV2's direction.
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5/17/2018 8:07am
Is that why they ranked Dungey ahead of RV?
mxb2 wrote:
X2,. I got rv over dungey. Titles mean.more than wins.
mattyhamz2 wrote:
X3. Definitely think RV should be ahead of RD
For SX? Absolutely. MX? Absolutely not.
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5/17/2018 8:07am
IWreckALot wrote:
Surely not McGrath right? I don't recall his outdoors record.
mattyhamz2 wrote:
He was like 25 or something like that
H4L wrote:
Pg.2 on the link posted above has MC at 20th.
I knew it was somewhere around there.
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5/17/2018 8:08am
+1 on the RV ahead of Dunge debate. Was never a RV fan really, but if I'm being totally unbiased, RV2 seemed more unbeatable than RD5...
+1 on the RV ahead of Dunge debate.

Was never a RV fan really, but if I'm being totally unbiased, RV2 seemed more unbeatable than RD5 was... and the fact that they both raced together, with RV being the more dominate rider during that time, should definitely tip the scales in RV2's direction.
Championships are the only thing that matters.
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5/17/2018 8:11am
mxb2 wrote:
X2,. I got rv over dungey. Titles mean.more than wins.
Not to mention the head to head component. There's no way I can put Dungey ahead of RV.
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I’d put RV over RD but nobody asked for my opinion Sad

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