Will Anderson go the BJ Penn route?

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  1. VroomyJeeps

    VroomyJeeps Brown Belt

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    So it's pretty obvious that Anderson is no longer the Anderson that fought Rich Franklin all those years ago. He's 40 years old and even though he can still hang with top fighters, he's declining rapidly.

    Tonight he lost to Bisping, a guy nobody would of ever thought could beat him during his prime. He didn't say he's retiring which means he's probably going to keep fighting. Anderson has such a big name that he's only going to be fighting other guys with big names.

    This could mean that he's going to keep losing until he damages his image ala BJ Penn. Do you think it will get that bad or do you think he will go out before he hurts his legacy? Some people just don't know when to hang it up and judging by tonight he should be hanging it up
     

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