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Jordan Mein Joins Bellator

Discussion in 'Worldwide MMA Discussion' started by MMALOPEZ, Jan 6, 2020.

  1. trentkelp

    trentkelp Green Belt

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    You go Means vs Silva to introduce him back to MMA then....he should fight MVP!

    Unless there are stll Cab Drivers, school teachers, and Tuk tuk drivers Coker and team want MVP to fight first. Lol!
     
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  2. mmaElite53

    mmaElite53 Purple Belt

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    I legit assumed he retired wow
     
  3. strebitel86

    strebitel86 Ivana Alawi's butt

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    Beating MVP or Koreshkov will catapult him to title shot immediately.
     
  4. GangGangGang

    GangGangGang Orange Belt

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    Mein VS Jason Jackson would be a good first fight
     
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    no way Mein should fight MVP next. MVP has to fight one of the top guys in Bellator not a mid level guy.
     
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  6. ThunderL1ps

    ThunderL1ps Red Belt

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    Mein should be retired, not fighting. What a mismanaged career.
     
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  7. Hannibal Lector

    Hannibal Lector White Belt

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    Lee can come back if he wants, I think he could have some good fights and a comeback if he stays and is motivated.

    But I do agree with you, extremely mismanaged career. Yes it’s good for experience to fight everybody, but bad for business.

    I guess the question is how motivated he is, and how burnt out his body is, injury’s etc...
     
  8. trentkelp

    trentkelp Green Belt

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    His father probably tanked his career..........let's hope the kid is with a new trainer and team....He was fun to watch!
     
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  9. theaustrianoak

    theaustrianoak Orange Belt

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    why? while it is fun to watch, he's fighting absolute bums that shouldn't warrant a top fight. give him a mid level, top 10 guy. or let him keep beating up on baristas
     
  10. listrahtes

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    Without this jackass of a father he has he would have been a top10 fighter in the UFC years ago and maybe fought for the title. He was exceptionally talented but his father forced him into all out training wars from an early age on and had him take too many fights way too early in his career which damaged his brain beyond reconvalescence.

    In fight years he is quite old.
     
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