Originally Posted by Redhawks100
"Chael even said this" dude you're a fucking clown lol
GSP's competition was better? Oh so Nick Diaz, Thiago Alves, Dan Hardy, Jon Fitch, Josh Koscheck... wow... such good competition man. Just excellent. How about one of his best wins over an undersized fighter from a weight class below in BJ Penn? and his inflated LW win in Sherk? GSP would never leave his comfort zone and fight above his weight class, he's the most cautious and underwhelming champion in the UFC. Also, Irvin and Bonnar weren't "big" fights for Silva.
You are such a transparent hater and troll.
There is nothing in MMA approaching consensus more then GSP has fought the toughest schedule of any champ in mma history.
In every single discussion between the MMA analysts, pundits, commentators, fighters and fans that I have ever seen, all state that as if it is not even a point of debate.
There are select few tards on this forum who think 'fighting up' matters more then strength of schedule and they are wrong.
Let me ask you. Who tested himself more...Edgar by fighting at LW and moving down to FW to fight Aldo or Nate Diaz by fighting at LW and moving up to fight some WW's?
This should not be a tough question for you but based on the idea that 'fighting up' is always better then staying in your own division it should be even easier to fight down, amiright?