So, Andrei Arlovski says he wants to keep fighting another four or five years. I'm a big fan, but I don't think that's a good idea, neither for his health or his legacy. He has said that he doesn't give a shit about his win-loss record, which already isn't exactly the greatest, and I suppose it never was. Lately, he hasn't been fighting like he has in the past, he's playing it safe. He says he still wants to get a title, but he'll never get there doing what he's doing now, but on the other hand, I don't want to see him get knocked the fuck out either. He's 40 years old and there's few fighters who have taken as much punishment as he has. I'm hoping in his upcoming fight he could show us some life, but I think the best thing for him is to retire. Guy doesn't have anything left to prove, he's already a legend, and he's not exactly starving for cash either. Not many people can say they've been fighting for 20 years and still at such a high level. His career started in 1999, and he's still here. That's pretty insane. Unless he wins his next three or four fights or however many he has left, I doubt the UFC would want to keep him around. I do think he might have one more comeback left in him, but frankly, I'm not sure it's worth it. He's certainly crazy enough to try it. He doesn't need the money. Thing is, I think he's been doing this so long that he just can't imagine doing anything else. Right now he's a shadow of himself, losing decisions to nobodys, and if the same thing happens with Augusto Sakai it's gonna start getting unbearable. I guess we'll see what happens on the 27th . . .