Originally Posted by Sniggles
My statement is that the number of fights that a fighter has in his professional career should not be a qualification for his title fight. The opponents who he beat and how he beat them in comparison to the rest of the division should be the only thing that matters.
RD stated that Weidman should not get the fight against Anderson because Weidman has less wins in his career than Anderson does in the UFC. Also, he states that Boetsch is more respectable because he has mroe fights in his careers. Then he ends his paragraph with crying about how much Silva and Soares are hated by saying the UFC wants to give Silva a wrestler.
Illogical and hilarious way of thinking to me.
- Feel free to point out anywhere in my reply where I said "the UFC" wants to give Silva nothing but wrestlers. I said his haters want to see him fighting nothing but wrestlers. If that constitutes as bitching and crying then you are equally guilty of complainging about Weidman not getting a title shot. That door swings both ways.
I do not nor will I share your opinion on Weidman being the undisputed number 1 contender until he beats a few more contenders to prove himself. I'm old school and believe that hard work should pay off. Bisping has been putting in work and Weidman should have never been given the opportunities to leap frog ahead the way he has. Weidman is where he is due to sheer opportunity. Bisping is where he is due to hard work. 27 fights and only lost 4.
Also the proof you questioned was posted again in a reply to Riv for the 4th if not 5th time and remains unanswered.
Scroll up and actually read before being so defensive.