Just because one person tired and did not succeed does not make the idea ridiculous.
Sorry, I think my ranting made you miss my points. I did not mean to imply that pudz failing was proof that it is not possible, just anecdotal eveidence. If you understand that different sports require different skillsets, and that top level athlete are highly specialized, the question seems a bit ridicoulous.
Give me a WSM who has trained in martial arts, or wrestling, in his childhood, and I'm sure he will be capable to hold his own in MMA.
Sure, depending on your definition of holding ones own. I assumed by dominating you meant becoming a top heavyweight, which wouldnt be possible, or at least extremely unlikely.
Broc Lesnar has great size and strength plus he has been trained to spear his opponent, mount them, and smash their face in. In comparison WSM has great size and strength, but the only thing one of them is missing is the training, so I see no reasons that one of them with sufficient training could dominate. Especially because the knock out power a WSM would posses.
Brock Lesnar was succesful because he has great size and strength and fifteen years of top level wrestling training. To say that the only thing stopping a WSM to dominate MMA is that he has no training in MMA is of course correct, but a bit nonsensical. You also needs to realize that knock out power depends a lot on technique and power, so without lots of specialized training some random WSM guy would come nowhere near a skilled heavyweight fighter.
Finally, no I am not wrong in asking the question. You are wrong for being so quick to deny a possibility...just because something has not happened, does not mean its happening is impossible. Anyway, try to be more open minded and relax...life works better that way.
Sorry, of course you can ask any questions you like, did not mean to imply otherwise.
Being openminded is not the same as being oblivious to the differences between different sport. The false believe that a big and strong guy is automatically a good fighter is a pretty old misconception.