HomeFighter Talk BJ Penn Loss To Jens Pulver Back In 2002 Stopped His Early Retirement Plan Bruno September 6, 2012 Fighter Talk 7 Comments BJ Penn Loss To Jens Pulver At “UFC 35 Throwdown” Back In 2002 Stopped His Early Retirement Plan. Amazon.com Widgets Tweet Pin It UFC Ultimate Insider Video – Joe Rogan Talks Headkicks Dana White Talks About The Possibility Of A Lesnar vs. Fedor Superfight 7 Comments rjcowger September 7, 2012 please chain yourself to a treadmill to prepare for rory Log in to Reply jointlocker September 7, 2012 One of my favorite fighters of all time – win or lose. What balls to take on a stud like Rory. It goes to show that he’s still got that fire. War BJ! Log in to Reply victor September 7, 2012 bj is one of the greats glad to see he is bad with money and continueing to fight Log in to Reply tonysnow September 7, 2012 question that starts at 9:20 was tough, reporters got balls Log in to Reply Iron_Cobra September 7, 2012 Rory is out of the fight. The purest talent in the UFC right now tho. Has great stand up and will replace gsp when he’s out. Log in to Reply DavidJones September 7, 2012 bj is out of his mind, if he tought he got a beating from diaz, this fight will be an execution. rory will destroy him, all bj has is a punches chance. he should go down to 155 and take it from there. Log in to Reply Thxer September 9, 2012 BJ is probably the most talented fighter ever in my opinion. If only his cardio and game weren’t lacking. Watching his corner (read, his brother) give him cornering advice consisting of “kick his ass” is painful. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.