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Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by Gangstub, Apr 16, 2018 at 10:55 PM.
It’s a trend I’ve seen emerge. It can also be explained by fighters aging mostly, but it’s a trend none the less. GSP leaving makes sense, with him talking about steroid abuse in the game. I think they just told him his PED pass was up as Jonny Hendricks was KO’ing people left and right and was gonna be a long reining more marketable champ. Then he misses weight and guess what, he’s denied his PED pass too. It makes sense for most of the PED busts if you look at it like this, even though I acknowledge it’s farfetxhed and I say it a little tongue in cheek. The only guy it doesn’t make sense for is Jon Jones. He got busted, but he was always the most marketable and still in his prime
Sadly, its the world we live in now. Luckily, i hate everybody, so it doesnt effect me much.
Well then we all know how a fight with Whitaker would have gone too. GSP by UD if you have a brain, right?
This post is as bad as BJ's comebacks...
TS probably thinks Bisping was robbed.
Yea it was kinda underwhelming. Maybe if he would have stayed longer or fought someone better than fucking bisping.
lol, tippy toes BJ
that shit was amazing in its own right, so we can compare it with GSP's comeback and find GSP's performance underwhelming in the humor dept
I forget about it all the time. I only remember because of sherdog.
I don't think he was saying that.
He said he was returning for months, then announced it wasn't for the WW belt, then aimed a fight against Bisping, then wasn't feeling 100%, then postponed his return, and finally the fight happened and it felt flat. The fight was good tho, but the build-up was weak to say the least.
Never picked the easiest path.
Did he tap?
Lol wut? It was card of the year imo
No. He came in, finished a man who happened to be champion in the division above him, and left.
Shit was savage.
Yep. He was looking really bad in there until he hit Bisping with that lucky haymaker he threw while looking at the ground.
yeah coming back after 4 years, not even in his prime anymore, a weight division up, and a finish.
so underwhelming, pathetic.
Well it was one of the greatest comeback fights in mma history. So...... no.