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    Default UFC Just Signed A Guy With The Most Padded Record We’ve Ever Seen

    Twenty-six-year-old Californian Lightweight Dashon “Fly Boy” Johnson (9-0) has been signed by the UFC to take on fellow newcomer Jake Matthews (4-0) on June 28th at UFC Fight Night 43 in Aukland, New Zealand.

    Both guys come in with perfect records, but once I started looking at just who Johnson had fought, and what their records were, I was quite surprised at what I found.

    First of all, all nine of Johnson’s pro bouts were fought in the Xplode Fight Series organization in California. That got me curious, then when I clicked on each of his opponents, here’s what I found (from first to last):

    Tommy Franklin (0-1) – Nov. 2012
    Jordan Delano (0-11) – Jan. 2013
    Kenneth Johnson (0-1) – March 2013
    Randall Adams (0-1) – May 2013
    Phelan Fleming (0-7) – June 2013
    Kenny Kilgore (1-5) – July 2013
    Brady Harrison (12-11) – Sept. 2013
    Ray Carter (0-2) – Jan. 2014
    Jordan Delano (0-11) – March 2014

    Only two of his opponents have ever won a fight at all!!
    What do you think?

    Have you seen a guy with a more padded record in your armchair MMA career?

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    Kimbo Slice comes to mind.
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    13-50 record overall.

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    Didn't Cung Le beat mainly guys with losing records (or way over the hill) until recently?

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    How is someone that goes 0-11 still allowed to compete?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fe1 View Post
    How is someone that goes 0-11 still allowed to compete?
    there's a few guys out there like that they typically step up and fight on very short term notice (as in the day of the event) that keep a fight happening that may have otherwise been scrapped. If they are not suffering significant injuries repeatedly and the fights are on the level no harm in them fighting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fe1 View Post
    How is someone that goes 0-11 still allowed to compete?
    why wouldnt be or she be???? has long as they can pass medicals I dont see anything wrong. They love what the do W\L\D. They do it because of the love of the sport. I respect people that have a loseing record because of this. To lose that many times and keep fighting you have to love the sport. Competeing makes them Happy + they get a little extra cash in their pocket.

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    Not MMA... but... Mexican boxer Canelo Alvarez has the most padded record of all ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ginmortal View Post
    Not MMA... but... Mexican boxer Canelo Alvarez has the most padded record of all ...
    LOL do not tell that to his # 1 fan Bloodstain Lane! Dude is obsessed with Canelo.
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    There are actually records that are way worse than 0-11 and they are still competing.
    I think the worst record is something like 0-27, something like that.
    Not only brazilians can do this stuff


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