Matches to make after UFN 59.

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  1. phisei

    phisei Blue Belt

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    Some good fights on the main card aside from Parke/Tibau.

    Conor McGregor vs. Jose Aldo is what the people want
    Dennis Siver vs. Clay Guida or Tatsuya Kawajiri
    Donald Cerrone vs. winner of Pettis/dos Anjos imo but will prob get Khabib
    Ben Henderson vs. Eddie Alvarez or loser of Barboza/Johnson
    Uriah Hall vs. Brad Tavares or Costas Philippou rematch
    Ron Stallings vs. Jake Collier or Luke Zachrich
    Gleison Tibau vs. winner of Lauzon/Iaquinta
    Norman Parke vs. Abel Trujillo or Joe Proctor

    Cathal Pendred vs. Hyun Gyu Lim
    Lorenz Larkin vs. Erick Silva
    Chris Wade vs. Yan Cabral or Alan Patrick
    Patrick Holohan vs. Chico Camus
    Johnny Case vs. Gilbert Burns
    Charles Rosa vs. Rob Whiteford
    Sean O'Connell vs. Robert Drysdale
    Joby Sanchez vs. Louis Smolka
     
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    Is benson moving up to 170 still?
     
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    Honestly I think he should stay at LW. I hope he gets to fight Cerrone for five rounds at some point and hopefully fix the judges "mistake".


    I like your matchups, TS, except Parke vs Trujillo which would end in Trujillo by murder imo. I'm not sure if I wanna see Tibau vs Lauzon... Tibau might make Lauzon boring.

    Larkin vs Erick Silva looks great.

    Drysdale is still in the roster after getting busted twice even though he only fought once?
     
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  4. ThePatriot

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    The Benson loss isn't a big deal, he took zero damage. It just looked like a sparring match, the guys know each other so well it looks lime a lot of gamesmanship and saying going on.

    That said he won in my eyes, but I don't think this loss is bad for his career
     
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    Not bad suggestions.
     
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    Aldo/McGregor
    Cerrone/Khabib
    Hall/Kennedy
    Larkin vs Kos/Ellenberger
    Bendo vs Barboza/MJ
     

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