HomeFighter Talk BJ Penn Talks Possible Return To The Octagon Bruno April 17, 2012 Fighter Talk 16 Comments BJ Penn Talks Possible Return To The Octagon. Tweet Pin It Mike Tyson Promo For Roots of Fight – Featuring Randy Couture, Forrest Griffin, Urijah Faber Sugar Shane Mosley Hitting The Mitts To Get Ready For Canelo Alvarez 16 Comments BigPapa April 17, 2012 oh… he most def should return to the UFC Log in to Reply MMA is taking over April 17, 2012 Please go back to 155 bj!!!! Log in to Reply Steve April 17, 2012 It has been a good run for BJ. Please don’t come back, but if he does he should go back to the ground game and focus on that instead of trying to stand with everyone. Log in to Reply Drew April 17, 2012 Love BJ, but I think he should stay retired. Nothing really out there for him at this point. He’s accomplished all that he can in the sport. The luster of any potential superfight is kind of gone at this point. Just live it up BJ. Log in to Reply Jim April 17, 2012 Think him and Florian are the only ones who don’t dope, and look where they are now. Log in to Reply Roe Jogan April 17, 2012 BJ Penn is the man. He has nothing to prove and should do whatever he wants. Log in to Reply yadidda April 17, 2012 Go whoop GSP’s ass BJ! train with nick diaz n get your cardio like his and go whoop on GSP. GSP is a wussy and i think you can get him (if he doesnt grease up) Log in to Reply bob April 17, 2012 Every day you go to work in the UFC = your body gets more and more damaged. Stay too long and your brain and joints won’t recover. A fighter has a shelf life; it’s time to go. Log in to Reply fulcrumpointftt April 17, 2012 I would actually love to see him drop to 145 and fight Jose Aldo and possibly be the first champion in 3 weight classes I think he matches up well with Jose and he could definately make the weight if he did all the right things. Hell he went to heavyweight and fought Machida back in the day why not live on celery for a few weeks and make a run at the history books that would be a hard feat for someone to duplicate. Log in to Reply Ruddo293 April 17, 2012 @ fulcrumpointftt, he can’t make 145lbs…lol Would be good to see him in the gym, lifting weights, cardio and eating right for a solid 8 months… @ 155… with his mindset, he could still be champion. He need superior cardio if he wants that title again. Log in to Reply Lee Warrior April 17, 2012 Come back at 155lb BJ. 170’s too much for you these days, the sports has evolved too much at athletes are increasingly improved all the time. Those days are gone BJ, fight at your wt class Log in to Reply gphilos April 18, 2012 +1 for Ruddo. Cardio has always been his main issue. Especially in the Nick fight who obviously has some of the best cardio in the division. He won the first round.. but he knows himself more than we are saying it, that he doesn’t have/want the drive to be able to fight a five round fight like he did in the first round against Diaz. I vote retire, but if he doesn’t, please prove me wrong about your will and drive man, been a fan for a while now. Log in to Reply mma made easy April 18, 2012 Crazy cardio BJ would be a force to be reckoned with. All other versions… stay retired. Love ya BJ, one of my fav’s, but it is the time of the athlete, now. Log in to Reply FedorFailsAgain April 19, 2012 BJ is still a killer, why the hell would you want someone who can still perform at the top ranks to retire? The only people who should retire are fighters like the Ice Man or Pulver where they just can’t compete like they once could and only embarass themselves and their fans with each loss. Log in to Reply Phroztee Da Klown April 20, 2012 If BJ trains properly he could come back and beat GSP @ 170. Log in to Reply fulcrumpointftt September 12, 2013 Yeah your so smart ain’t ya you ****ing dbag!!! guess what he just signed on to fight Frankie edgar at 145Lbs “he can’t make 145lbs lol” eat crow you ****ing dick @Ruddo293 Says, in 4-17-2012 at 21:08:40 from 220.127.116.11 @ fulcrumpointftt, he can’t make 145lbs…lol Would be good to see him in the gym, lifting weights, cardio and eating right for a solid 8 months… @ 155… with his mindset, he could still be champion. He need superior cardio if he wants that title again. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment.