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    Well he wouldn't get an immediate title shot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sakara=Excitement View Post
    Well he wouldn't get an immediate title shot.
    So one would assume it was over PPV buys, a Fox card or a commentary shot.

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    Barnett should feel lucky.
    JDS would mess him up worse than Crocop did.
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    JDS finishes him inside 2 rounds if that ever happens.

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    Ok I'm a Josh Barnett Fan, but he's 1-1 in his last two fights. Got battered and destroyed by Cromier. I think he does have something to prove before he can make those kinds of demands. It's definitely a missed opportunity for Josh, maybe he doesn't want to risk his market value by fighting guys like Junior and Cain? IDK, sounds like he would already know that the UFC wasn't going to budge....
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    Quote Originally Posted by joeodd2 View Post
    Ok I'm a Josh Barnett Fan, but he's 1-1 in his last two fights. Got battered and destroyed by Cromier. I think he does have something to prove before he can make those kinds of demands. It's definitely a missed opportunity for Josh, maybe he doesn't want to risk his market value by fighting guys like Junior and Cain? IDK, sounds like he would already know that the UFC wasn't going to budge....
    Yea because choosing his last 2 fights isnt skewed or anything. I mean he is also 9-1 in his last ten fights.

    I think this would have been a bad match up for him anyways, much like his crocop fights.



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