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Dana White -- B.J. Penn Underachieved ... Shoulda Been One of Best Fighters Ever (Video)

25 July 2016 12:45 AM, PDT | TMZ | See recent TMZ news »

[[tmz:video id="0_holc9dcv"]] He's already a Ufc Hall of Famer ... but B.J. Penn could have been Even Better ... so says Dana White, who tells us the guy had the talent be one of the greatest Mma fighters of all time. We spotted White in NYC -- and asked if there was a fighter who had insane raw talent ... but didn't have the drive to reach their full potential.  "B.J. Penn," White said ... "B.J. Penn probably should have »

- TMZ Staff

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10 Fastest Knockouts in Ufc History (Videos)

19 May 2016 3:37 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Ironically, the shorter the fight due to a knockout, the greater the value for ticket money when it comes to Ufc knockouts.

It’s pretty amazing to watch a fight conclude after a few short seconds.

The Ultimate Fighting Championships have seen some of the ugliest and fastest knockouts. While some are slow and painful to watch, others have been swift and devastating, so sudden that the match only lasts a few minutes.

For most spectators, the faster a knockout happens, the more thrilling the match is. Ufc events happen every so often, so the record for the fastest knockout is hardly held for long.

Fighters get to redeem themselves when they lose in the shortest bouts while the winners set new records.

The fastest knockouts have not been consistently happening each year. Some date back almost seven years ago. Here’s a list of some of the greatest knockouts in the history of Ufc. »

- Jon

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8 Reasons Ufc Legend Georges St. Pierre Should Stay Retired

13 January 2016 2:06 PM, PST | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

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Georges St. Pierre was one of the most decorated, respected, dominant Ufc champions of all time. And one of the only fighters to leave the sport on top, as champion, without tarnishing their image.

Recently, there has been talk of Georges St. Pierre coming back to the fight game, and returning to the Ufc. While plenty of fighters retire then unretire (we’re looking at you, B.J. Penn), the fact that it is the man simply known by his initials, Gsp – universally recognized as the best welterweight in mixed martial arts history – makes the talk notable. And the fact that it is the man himself who is fanning the flames of a comeback, rather than just some unfounded rumour.

It seems as if St. Pierre is getting a little restless in his retirement, despite taking part in a couple of major film projects, like the upcoming Kickboxer remake. »

- Jay Anderson

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