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BJ Penn Opens Up On Being On Longest Losing Streak In UFC History

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Penn’s most recent loss dropped his record to 16-14-2 overall. The Hawaiian legend has gone winless in his past seven octagon appearances. With that, many fans and analysts have urged BJ to retire for the betterment of his health. Penn assured me that he still feels perfectly capable of competition, this despite not having a won a fight since UFC 123.

“I know I am on a losing streak. I think they said it is the longest in UFC history or something. But that being said, I am not going out there and getting knocked unconscious. There are ton of guys, who would be considered in their prime, who still get knocked out cold – even this past weekend. I still feel good and the desire to compete is still there. It was a good scrap with Clay, who is a really tough fight for anybody at 155. You know what they say Chris, Babe Ruth set a record for most strikeouts too right.” BJ said with a laugh. “But in all seriousness, I do this because I love it. Anderson Silva said it best. Never feel sorry for the Lion, because the Lion doesn’t feel sorry for himself when he is surrounded by a bunch of Hyenas ready to die.

 

Well sounds like we haven't seen the last of BJ after all.

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BJ was ****ing his last two opponents up before they started kicking his leg

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BJ's showing against Clay, was one of his better fights recently...I'm not saying he looked great, but he looked "better".

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6 hours ago, PATSTER said:

BJ was ****ing his last two opponents up before they started kicking his leg

BJ WAS WINNING UNTIL HE WASN'T

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23 minutes ago, Mcmax3000 said:

BJ WAS WINNING UNTIL HE WASN'T

BJ wins every first round which us educated fans know is all that really matters 

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BJ is a company man and he's just trying to put a bunch of guys over.

but next year will be HIS year, and he will make his rightful title run.

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They need to give BJ a washed up bum like himself so he can get a W before he retires.

Give him someone like Conor McGregor so he can get some confidence back.

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32 minutes ago, 12er© said:

They need to give BJ a washed up bum like himself so he can get a W before he retires.

Give him someone like Conor McGregor so he can get some confidence back.

Or Joe Lauzon

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1 hour ago, PATSTER said:

Or Joe Lauzon

Lauzon would KO him quicker than Diego at this point.

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4 hours ago, 12er© said:

They need to give BJ a washed up bum like himself so he can get a W before he retires.

Give him someone like Conor McGregor so he can get some confidence back.

This here is a great ****ing post thank you 12er

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10 hours ago, 12er© said:

Lauzon would KO him quicker than Diego at this point.

Lauzon got ran over in a matter of seconds by Guida!  lmfao

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I'm still a stan but post train crash Matt Hughes would body him now

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1 hour ago, crangs said:

I'm still a stan but post train crash Matt Hughes would body him now

 

the only thing that post-train crash hughes is landing hands on lately is his wife.

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