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Wineland may retire?

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  1. mccallievols Gold Belt

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    For most part a typical firefighter isn't risking injury on a daily basis. Sounds like this broken jaw for a second time really has him down and is going to effect his "day" job also.
    Wonder if his wife is his ear too telling him to hang up the gloves.
     
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    If he's got another job that he can make money from and he's already got retirement thoughts in his mind then I think he should hang 'em up. No reason to risk yourself in so many ways when you're just not feeling it any more.
     
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    He had a chance to grab the belt and fell short . His style earned many fans even with his last few fights being less than what could be hoped for. I wish Wineland the best. Maybe he'll fight once more to leave on a W
     
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    Maybe he should just start fighting with his hands up so he gets hit in the jaw less.......He ain't retiring. He's just depressed because he lost to a nobody. He'll be back to prove himself for sure.
     
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    Hope he doesn't retire, has alot of fight left in him
     
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    Good for him. He's one of the fighters that's at a level where the pay he generates doesn't match up with the risk of fighting.
     
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    I hope not he's one of my favorite bantamweights right now. Always entertaining
     
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    Given the number of years Wineland has been training MMA and given the fact that he still fights with - literally - his hands down and his chin up, I would say retirement is a more than valid option.
     
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    Dude has got to stop standing straight up and leaving his hands low. He is very fun to watch, I always root for him but he needs to work on posturing better to avoid getting finished
     
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    His hands are low to bait strikers to come after him or wrestlers to stand with him.
     
  12. TStoner Oatmeal cream stout

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    He better not. He was beating Barao until the kick came. L
     
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    I love eddie, as a fan I support whatever he chooses to do.
     
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    Lol @ a title challenger needing to/being able to have a full time blue collar job and still compete for the title.

    Superbowl of combat sports for sure.
     
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    i hope what ever decision he makes hes happy with i have a shit ton of respect for guys and gals working full time jobs while they fight especially at his level
     
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    He's just taking a look at the man in the mirror.
     
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    This, it's shameful. A guy with that many fights in the UFC\WEC, ex WEC champion, title challanger... gets paid what 15+15.. fuck that
     
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    Nailed it

    But but but dat back door locker room bonuses. What a bunch of BS

    Feel sorry for Eddie, hope he makes the decision that is actually good for him and his financial state
     

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