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I think the fact that UFC 107 emphasized several bloggers on their points in recent times. The champions are the most efficient fighters in their weight class, and they need to guard their titles and not lose them. Anderson Silva proves my point with his record of having defeated everyone in middleweight, including Thieves Lieges, who was trying to win a Ju-Jitsu ground fight. When he is in an oblique heavyweight position and puts on a stunning spectacle that causes shockwaves across all of the lighter divisions. The most skilled players like GSP and BJ Penn have fought their foes to defeat them and win in the custom championship belts. That is my opinion of allowing an opponent the ability to turn defense into attack and give the opponent a higher chance of winning.
BJ Penn demonstrated in UFC 107 that he is the best fighter at 155 and will likely be remembered as the best at 155 pounds. I was especially fascinated by the number of fights that suggested they could beat BJ off the field and possess the required skills. BJ was a professional welterweight wrestler and has been a winner in wars. He has fought legends such as Matt Hughes and GSP for titles. He’s also had a battle with the current champion of light heavyweight, Lotto Machida, who was pushing beyond the 205-pound limit for the catchweight. It is essential to note that BJ Penn is the champion at the welterweight (champion of UFC 46 before being stripped after signing with K-1) and has been defending lightweight from UFC 80. The fight has seen him defeat Joe Stevenson, Sean Shark, Kenny Florian, and Diego Sanchez at UFC most recently.
It’s the same for GSP. He has been successful in defending his title three times. Each challenger has stated that they’ll beat GSP, but his experience, determination, determination, and a champion mindset ensure GSP will prevail before entering the Octagon. GSP has been a champion since UFC 83. GSP has been championed in bouts against Jon Fitch at UFC 87, BJ Penn, aka “grease gate” at UFC 94, and Thiago Alves during UFC 100. If you get to middleweight? What are your thoughts about Anderson Silva? The Brazilian has beat every opponent who has been a threat to his. He has fought until the weight of light heavyweight and has defeated the champion of his past, Forest Griffin, and dangerous striker James Irwin. Anderson has many requests to be able to serve training with the current world champion Lotto Machida. However, He isn’t ready to commit to being one of them. It’s a good idea. However, Anderson has the talent to compete.
I think it is true that Anderson Silva is the best fighter, pound for pound, in MMA and has lost once in his UFC career. He hasn’t lost in three years and has an official DQ. The last time he lost was 2004 in the year 2004 when Pride had reached its height. Anderson has been a fighter with Nate Marquardt at UFC 73, Rich Franklin at UFC 77, Dan Henderson at UFC 82, Patrick Cote at UFC 90, and Thales Elites at UFC 97. The only question in this debate is whether Lotto Machida and Brock Lesner are good enough to win a long-term title in big gold belt. Lotto had held his title once when the world was skeptical about the outcome of his opponent Brazilin.