Pride fighters are a whole different story, as you can't expect them to get all of the fighters who have ever been in Pride, but they sure missed some big guys.
Oleg Taktarov: Taktarov has a 17-5-2 MMA record. Taktarov is a Pride and UFC veteran, and would have made a welcome addition to Pride mode. However, most casual fans (and some hardcore) have likely never heard his name before.
Kimo Leopoldo: Leopoldo is a former UFC and Pride veteran, who holds a 10-7-1 professional record. Leopoldo fought the likes of Royce Gracie, Ken Shamrock and Dan Severn during his time as a professional mixed martial artist. His name is another that many fans likely have never heard.
Rickson Gracie: Okay, so this one wasn't much of a surprise, but I was really hoping Gracie would make an appearance. Gracie had an 11-0 professional record, and all 11 wins were submission victories. It is said that he was a better BJJ practitioner than Royce and Renzo.
Kazushi Sakuraba: Arguably the worst snub from Pride mode is the face of Japanese MMA, Sakuraba. Sakuraba has a 26-16-1 [2 NC] record. Yes, I said has. He is still competing in MMA, and perhaps could be DLC.
Renzo Gracie: Another Gracie who didn't make the game is another Pride and UFC vet, Royce's cousin, Renzo Gracie. Renzo has a record of 13-7-1, and fought several times in Pride. He is unlikely to make it into the game as DLC.
Mark Kerr: Kerr is yet another Pride and UFC veteran, in fact, he won two UFC tournaments in the early days. Kerr had a professional record of 15-11 [1 NC] and fought some of the best in the sport. He's unlikely to be DLC.
Igor Vovchanchyn-:Another fighter who is arguably the worst snub from Pride mode is "Vovy." Vovy fought in Pride many times, and with a record of 54-10-1 [1 NC], he is one of the most experienced fighters in MMA history. He could be DLC.
Frank Trigg: The two-time UFC welterweight title challenger, Frank Trigg, didn't make his way into the game either. Trigg only fought in Pride twice, but he fought in the UFC multiple times, and many were hoping he'd make it in one way or the other.
Ken Shamrock:Yet another UFC and Pride vet, Ken Shamrock is still yet to make an appearance in the Undisputed series. Shamrock was 28-15-2 in his career and fought in some of the biggest organizations all around the world.
Yoshihiro Takayama: Let's be honest. Who wouldn't want to relive Takayama-Frye?
Ricardo Arona: Arona was a beast in his day. He was one of the best light heavyweights in the world, and even holds a victory over Alistair Overeem. But I want him in the game so I can Rampage power-bomb him all over again.
Choi-Hong Man: I heard there'd be freak show fighters. Bob Sapp is not what I was expecting. I was counting on the Techno Goliath.
Fedor Emelianenko: Fedor is in the same situation as Couture, as he signed his rights over to EA, and was unlikely to make an appearance in the game anyway.