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    Quote Originally Posted by joeyP View Post
    What kind of crack are you on? Mir weighs 100 lbs more than Penn. I don't care how damn skilled you are, nobody can overcome 100 lbs, especially against a fighter as talented as Mir. GSP too, too small, he would get beat by (insert HW here)
    Right, yeah... sorry to rain on your parade but BJ wouldnt go into an OPENWEIGHT TOURNAMENT FIGHTING AT 155. Think before you post. Also, a little info for you, BJ has fought at heavyweight before against Lyoto Machida in a controversial loss, and that was before he trained, so I am inclined to believe that if he really wanted to prove he was the greatest across all weight classes, which I think everyone knows he does, as he is always talking about moving up, he would train and gain a ton of muscle. I highly doubt the UFC wouldn't announce this at least a year or two in advance to the fighters either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by K1NG P3NN View Post
    Right, yeah... sorry to rain on your parade but BJ wouldnt go into an OPENWEIGHT TOURNAMENT FIGHTING AT 155. Think before you post. Also, a little info for you, BJ has fought at heavyweight before against Lyoto Machida in a controversial loss, and that was before he trained, so I am inclined to believe that if he really wanted to prove he was the greatest across all weight classes, which I think everyone knows he does, as he is always talking about moving up, he would train and gain a ton of muscle. I highly doubt the UFC wouldn't announce this at least a year or two in advance to the fighters either.
    Well, Mir weighs about 275. BJ weighs about 175 when he starts his camp. And he fought openweight, not heavyweight, because never in his life has he fought over 205.

    I honestly do not see Penn going into an openweight tournament. Because buddy, it's not all about weight. He also has a true LW frame. he is 5'9 and has a 70 inch reach. When he has to go against guys with a foot of reach on him, it's game over, I don't care how talented you are

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    1. Brock Lesnar
    2. Cain Velasquez
    3. Anderson Silva
    4. Lyoto Machida
    5. Junior Dos Santos
    6. Frank Mir
    7. Big Nog
    8. Shane Carwin
    9. Quinton Jackson
    10. Jon Jones
    Last edited by GSPvsSILVA2012; 01-06-2010 at 12:14 PM.

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