Great animated gif showing BJ’s kick that busted open Diego Sanchez head and ultimately stopped the fight.
December 14, 2009 at 12:33 am
that gash was huge, i hate to say it but with bj motivated and training I don't think anybodys gonna beat him for a while. Give maynard a shot, he cant do any worse than sanchez and florian. Espn made a good point, if he cleans out the division, i.e. beating maynard, let him ove up to 170 after he puts on a GOOD 15 pounds and let him fight gsp again cause there are not too many fights left at 155 that excite anybody
December 14, 2009 at 2:23 am
this fight showed Nightmare heart..He got his assed in the first and srtill fought thorw..He didnt even really lose the fight, it was a stoppage but a cut..In my eyes that isnt a big lose because nightmare would have gone all 5 if it idnt stop to a cut
December 14, 2009 at 4:20 am
I dont buy into the whole Diego has so much heart and is so intense thing. Like for the weighins and all that he's really intense and always putting on the mean face and that. This is the second really big fight that I have seen from him where he has been skidish. I thought the fight against Koscheck he not very intense and I thought against BJ after he got hit the first time he was just trying to get through the rounds by going for a takedown and just holding BJ there so he didn't get KO'd. I did like how BJ beat him to the middle of the ring everytime though. However I think this is the second time that Diego kind of mentally broke and stopped pushing forward. I will give Diego credit that he did take quite a few punches and kept fighting but I dont see that crazy intensity in his big fights.
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