I dunno, a guy who subbed Jeremy Horn earlier in his career and gave Griffin and Bisping fits isn't quite a can to me yet. I know he has a sub-.500 record, but he's basically that step up from fighting guys who completely suck or guys who are completely green and inexperienced. If he keeps losing though, then he descends into can status as far as I'm concerned. Usually, these sort of distinction differences are easier to define in boxing, but again, there's also guys who fit into those gray areas. Sinosic fits in a gray area as far as MMA goes, in boxing, its Emmanuel Augustus. His career is only slightly above .500, but he fights anyone who's anyone or is about to become anyone between 135 and 147 pounds. Asides from Castillo, Augustus gave Floyd Mayweather a very tough fight and has pretty much fought everyone else of note around, even scoring some wins. The problem with him is that he doesn't seem to care about titles or being a star, he likes to fight and he likes to entertain. He loses a lot of fights because he clowns around too much, trying to put on a show. This is also what a guy like
Jorge "Maromero" Paez became later in his career...incidentally, Paez was also raised as a circus clown, so there you go.
__________________ Israel Vazquez....Super Bantamweight Champ....Super Heavyweight Heart
This man is my hero.