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KungFuLowKick Says, in 7-28-2013 at 11:15:17 from    

The 125 division is way too shallow. I don’t think there’s more then 10 fighters in the flyweight division. Who is DJ fighting next?? A remacth vs McCall? A rematch vs Benavidez? Who else is there? Moraga was already a big mismatch but any other fight would be even worst. Lineker, Gaudinot or Elliot? They all lost to guys DJ beat easily.

KungFuLowKick Says, in 7-28-2013 at 11:16:28 from    

DJ would beat easily*

Skeptical Says, in 7-28-2013 at 13:22:17 from    

Moraga landed a nice right hand that almost changed the course of the fight hadn’t he gone to the ground as a follow-up. Which is why Dimitrious decided to end the fight. As far as shallow divisions, the middleweight division was considered shallow throughout AS’s title reign, same with GSP in the welterweight division or Jone Jones in the light heavyweight division.Every division with a real strong champion appears to be shallow.

Beast w/ 8 Limbs Says, in 7-28-2013 at 14:11:58 from    

^^ WW div shallow? What the hell are you smoking?

Skeptical Says, in 7-28-2013 at 16:04:20 from    

Who’s had a real chance against GSP? Diaz? Shields? Thiago Silva? Koshchek? Condit looked good cause GSP had been out for so long but still he dominated.

Skeptical Says, in 7-28-2013 at 16:06:08 from    

Plus, Rory who’s supposed to be the one who will dethrone GSP will not fight him and Ellenberger can’t get past a couple of jabs by Rory so he obviously has no chance vs GSP.

KungFuLowKick Says, in 7-28-2013 at 21:11:02 from    

The UFC has 16 flyweight fighters on their roster… Every single fighter in he top 10 lost to DJ or lost to one of the guy DJ beat except Gaudinot. And DJ vs Louis Gaudinot would be ridiculous. Please don’t compare the WW and MW division to the FW division, that’s pretty ridiculous.

KungFuLowKick Says, in 7-28-2013 at 21:12:17 from    

Shallow doesn’t mean that a champion is dominating. Maybe that’s what you thought it meant when you wrote the MW and WW division.

Joker Says, in 7-28-2013 at 23:53:29 from    

Wow.what a dominant fight for dj, a true champion went for the finish,took chances, risks,pass guard,went for sub,and does it all. So many great rematch here don’t know what’s the fuss about, how about just ask who’s next?

dragoman Says, in 7-29-2013 at 02:34:59 from    

WW is stacked man, as for the MW, its definetly not as deep as WW or lightweight

Schtuppin’ Hawking The F*ing Genius Says, in 7-29-2013 at 23:19:41 from    

That is one quick double leg boys. This kid is my favorite fighter. Brotha fights 4.95 rounds, submits the guy, jumps right up and does 4 tornado kicks.

Facefrack Says, in 7-30-2013 at 00:37:20 from    

There was definitely a long time in which people commented a lot about how shallow both MW and WW were. And I think that we can definitely agree that having a dominant champion helped to create that illusion when people were saying it. They never actually were shallow, but people perceived it that way and often weren’t terribly excited to see who Anderson Silva was going to beat up next, or at least that was among the sentiments that was expressed at the time. Demetrius has been brilliant, even if it seems the same illusion is catching hold for him too. Or maybe the Flyweight division actually is shallow; but I still think that some of those guys actually are quite brilliant. We’ll probably see Benevides fight for the flyweight belt again, but if this division is actually somewhat weak, perhaps we’ll start to see some new faces soon. Also,

@KungFuLowKick: Skeptical said that every division with a strong champion appears shallow, not that every shallow division has a strong champion.


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