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Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by SUBLIME FAN, Feb 17, 2017 at 11:30 AM.
There is always one. last. hope.
Save them Sexyama.
It's going to bite the ufc in the ass if they keep playing with their roster. Horiguchi was a top contender at 125 and we all know how thin that division is.
wonder where Kyoji is heading. shame they let him go.
The UFC's death is the only way this ends.
Such bs, all flyweights left are the one's who will lose to Benavidez, who blocks their way to a title shot.
LOL. Who is next? Anthony Rumble Johnson ?
Great addition to the 2017 RIZIN GP
So we let go of Horiguchi, legitimately a possible challenger to DJ
so now FLW is going to be DJ vs Benavidez once a year
Lets see in how many ways Johnson can beat the fuck out of Joey B everybody
They might be gearing to cutting the division
Please come back quickly Fertitta Brothers, we're barely holding on...
Thats what I think. They've already cut some other solid top 15 guys at flyweight, I think they are going to scrap it and merge the best with 135.
oh my fucking god.
C'MOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOON, one of my favourites and a fucking top 3 flyweight
like i know he's probably gonna get more money wherever he goes, but FUCK.
I think you look at the success lineker and dodson have had at bantamweight and the fact they are cutting top 125ers as a sign that they are going to fold the division. Dont really know why though... using flyweight titles fights as co-mains would make a card look much.
Just have to see the division for what it really is... wont be headlining massive PPVs
The UFC are working really hard to make Bellator actually watchable
Flyweight isn't gonna last long at this rate....maybe til the end of the year. Terrible release, best young fighter in the division by a long shot.
They need this
the only japanese fighter that has potential in the UFC smh
So they add woman's featherweight, and they are cutting top mens FLW. Bullshit
business as usual
Soon we will hear about Horiguchi new 7 figure sponsorship deal with Gucci