Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by 209 Life, Jun 23, 2018.
There's no 165 division and the UFC isn't starting one with Kevin Lee vs GSP as the introductory fight.
So it's not a good idea.
Stop being a bitch Kevin and fight 170 instead of attempting to ruin your kidneys to make 155.
Now McGregor vs GSP at 165 could happen.
And if I'm not mistaken, didn't McGregor come up with the idea of a 165 class first? Didn't he want to fight Frankie at that weight when Holloway got injured?
You are mistaken, he asked for that way before then.
He wasn't even supposed to be coming back to 155 after he lost to Tony, straight away he said he wanted to fight at 165 next.
Imagine if Donald Cerrone called out prime Anderson Silva for a fight at 175.
Imagine if your dad blasted into a sock instead of your mom
165, 175, 195 and remove 170. Champ at 170 can move up or down 5 pounds and keep the belt. Hurry up this is so obvious.
imagine having a dad
He would charge too much (based on his name alone), plus he would very likely take the spot light away from his customer, TS your basic business acumen is lacking son
lets all call out someone who wont fight us nonames - and at a weight class that doesnt exiist
Lol does Chael make a video for everything?
Calling out a guy that others with more to offer have called out in a division that doesn't exist
Kevin Lee also didn't create the 165lbs division discussion
Relax there, bud. Chael is smart and well spoken but he's no genius. He also has a tendency to ramble on too much.
Switch 195 with 190 so there isnt a 20 pounds gap and it would be pretty good. And next one would be 205 and then HW
Nothing about this guy is a genius. Genius is a tag average people apply to any fighter they like. It is to make you seem more enlightened than you actually are. Sonnen is not stupid, but he is nowhere near a genius.
no 20 pound gap. we keep 185. it's every ten pounds all the way to 205.
Ahhh ok you didnt say anything about the 185 div thats why
it’s lame for a prospect to call out a legend. Please stop.
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