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  • 05-31-2006, 07:09 AM
    mattsoper
    Quote Originally Posted by kdude87
    Mir is rumored to fight Dan Christison (from TUF 2) at UFC 61 also.
    I suppose this is a fight to make mir look good lol
  • 05-31-2006, 04:56 AM
    kdude87
    Quote Originally Posted by mattsoper
    griffin should fight on this card...opponent I don't know

    get mir back in the picture

    vera and monson should be at 62

    Mir is rumored to fight Dan Christison (from TUF 2) at UFC 61 also.
  • 05-31-2006, 04:35 AM
    mattsoper
    griffin should fight on this card...opponent I don't know

    get mir back in the picture

    vera and monson should be at 62
  • 05-30-2006, 09:33 PM
    Matt Boone
    I think it'd be risky to put Stevenson in with Yves. I don't know if that's still the plan now, but a Sherk-Stevenson title fight sounds too good to ruin. If Sherk is definitely getting a shot at Stout-Florian for the gold, then keep Stevenson away from anyone like Yves until that happens. Only because I think Sherk's a lock against either Stout or Florian and unfortunately for Yves his loss against Hominick is one of those losses that everyone remembers and brings up when discussing him. So while they need to get him winning again, they shouldn't destroy one of very few big names they've got at Lightweight like Stevenson. The Lightweight picture in UFC right now seems to be Sherk, Stevenson, Fisher, Florian-Stout, and Yves and Hominick, both coming off loses that seemed to take most of the wind of their sails in UFC's eyes. That's how it seems based on all these rumored plans UFC has. Sherk vs. Stout-Florian for the second ever Lightweight champ in UFC since Jens Pulver seems a bit too rushed for me.
  • 05-30-2006, 09:23 PM
    kdude87
    yep same with Sean Sherk vs. the winner of Stout/Florian. 62 is looking like a crazy card as well.
  • 05-30-2006, 09:14 PM
    Anthony
    Quote Originally Posted by kdude87
    It's rumoured that Karo has now been switched to fight Sanchez. They must have a different plan for Penn.
    Not only that, its actually rumored to be at 62.
  • 05-30-2006, 09:10 PM
    Salvy_Mic
    They may want to wait 'till both Parisyan and Penn are in prime spots to contend for the title before they pit one against the other. That fight could headline any PPV, and they probably want to wait on it awhile.
  • 05-30-2006, 07:34 PM
    kdude87
    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony
    Penn is already fighting Karo, Nick Diaz is filming TUF4, and most of the guys that have been mentioned just fought.

    Yves and Joe is a lock, that one is going to happen.
    It's rumoured that Karo has now been switched to fight Sanchez. They must have a different plan for Penn.
  • 05-30-2006, 06:05 PM
    Anthony
    Penn is already fighting Karo, Nick Diaz is filming TUF4, and most of the guys that have been mentioned just fought.

    Yves and Joe is a lock, that one is going to happen.
  • 05-30-2006, 10:13 AM
    Salvy_Mic
    BJ Penn vs. Drew Fickett would be a good, challenging fight in order to build Penn back up, unless he's planning to drop to LW. They're supposedly gonna do Frank Mir vs. Dan Christison and Yves Edwards vs. Joe Stevenson. I would also throw Nate Marquardt onto the card, against stiff opposition. I could see David Loiseau coming back to fight him. A win for either elevates Marquardt to Number 1 contendership, or puts Loiseau right back to the front of the line. Who knows, we may also someone like Jake Shields debut.
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