At the age of 38 Kawajiri's MMA career or at least his time as a top tier fighter is coming to its inevitable end in the near future. It's pretty safe to say that he's not going to accomplish anything major at this point except maybe a title in a smaller organisation if he leaves or gets cut by the UFC. Kawajiri's one of the most accomplished LW fighters ever as he has fought and defeated high level opponents in Shooto, Pride, Dream, Strikeforce and the UFC. Fighters like Kawajiri tend to be forgotten and I believe it's because there is no clear GOAT at LW like there are at every division above. A lot of people would say it's BJ but guys like Gomi, Edgar and Melendez aren't that far behind him. Personally I belive he's an all-time great. There aren't many guys who have his track record of fighting in top organisations for as long as he has. Some of his top wins include Vitor Ribeiro, Josh Thomson, Yves Edwards, Joachim Hansen and JZ Cavalcante. He also had two FOTY performances against Gomi (2005) and Alvarez (2008) and came to Pride as the Shooto LW champion (a major title back then). His only unavenged losses at LW came against other all-time greats (Gomi, Melendez x2, Alvarez and Aoki) and he's been competetive in the UFC in his late 30's which is impressive and unusual for lighter divisions. What do you guys think?