Since he recently lost to Lamas, who also just defeated one of the top challengers at 145 in Hioki, coupled with the emergence of a potential Frankie/Aldo fight, Koch who was in line(maybe not anymore) and the possibility of a Zombie/Aldo showdown, I think Cub's going to have to wait a while.
I'd like to see him take on Siver if he gets past Nagin or maybe winner of Bart/Nunes. Manny, Poirier or Pham would be fun as hell to watch as well, but I think he's gunning for contention, so who knows?
^Yeah I'd see Porier, Siver, Phan, Nunes as really big tests for Cub.
There's some pretty good young Fw's...it's a great weight class imo.
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wait....did you just say Genki Sudo unretired?
Another fact, Cub has lost 0% of the rematches he's had with Aldo. Seriously using this logic is kinda absurd no? Have you not ever seen a fighter beat someone they've previously lost to?
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BTW...he's also won exactly 0% of the rematches he's had as well. As it stands he's lost 100% of his fights with Aldo.
It may be a good rematch down the line... He could do better, but I would have a very hard time picking him over Jose... He should fight KZ or Koch next or have Koch and KZ fight...
It was a crazy finish. That fight showed nothing of what Cub has to offer now, or Aldo really.
A insane flying double knee KO in a fight that lasts 5 seconds doesn't show us much.
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