BJ Penn talks about retirement, Nick Diaz and taking some time off. Penn was in Moline, IL to corner his bother Reagan as he faced Evan Cutts at Pro Elite 2 “Big Gunns”
November 8, 2011 at 10:49 am
BJ is finished fighting at the highest level/. he does;t have the fire. Good for him. Relax, teach, have fun…if he can swallow that last beating and sleep at night…which I'm not sure he can.
November 8, 2011 at 11:27 pm
I agree about the fire thing. He seems to quit in the cage when he fights someone that gets the better of him. I think if anything that last fight would give him fire back but he still isn't fast enough to beat the guys at the top of those divisions. He'll eventually come back for at least another fight. Maybe beat up Diego again to feel good.
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