August 4, 2008 at 10:41 am
That fight is going to be so awesome. I think it will still be hard for Kenny to take this fight, even using great technique.
August 4, 2008 at 11:17 am
who has huerta even beat? florian will win it
August 4, 2008 at 11:27 am
Yeah personally I feel that the 155 lb. div. is the weakest division in the ufc by far. And these 2 guys cant even make for a decent fight with B.J thats why Penn is gonna move up to fight GSP or maybe even fitch if fitch pulls the upset.
August 4, 2008 at 11:35 am
I think Josh Thomson and K.J. Noons would beat either of these guys and I would like to see them fight in the UFC. I know Josh has fought in the UFC before and won by KO and then got KO'd in a highlight reel KO head kick from Yves but that was a kind of a fluke. I just dont see florian or Huerta being in the top 5 in the world even at 155lb. they just lack the skills. IMO
August 4, 2008 at 12:17 pm
josh would beat them buT JOSH IS A CHAMPION..
but i do th8ink kenny vs josh would be great.. kenny is good and i dont like him but the guy is good and is going to kill huerta
August 4, 2008 at 12:19 pm
UFC 155 div isnt weak at all..
every 155 in the ufc is very skilled and i think the top 10 light weights would give most of the 155 champs from other organzie trouble or take them belts
August 4, 2008 at 1:29 pm
noone was calling the division weak a year ago. people think its weakened by big names losing like sherk but that just makes it look even tougher where there is a battle on top. bj is a step above but if he keeps on taking these up and commers someone might have his card.
i like kenny in this fight even though huerta is more athletic and strong.
August 4, 2008 at 4:06 pm
no I thought the division was weak then also. Since sherk got a chance to fight for the title after losing to GSP and Hughes at 170 and then he was coming off a win over Diaz so he gets a title shot at 155? It was weak then lol. Florian really wasnt that good back then and even now he is not elite or wrorthy of a UFC belt.But thats the 155 lb division for ya. Why would huerta move up to 170 if 155 is stacked. He wouldnt but yet he wants to move up to make big money and fight the best fighters. Face it everyone that is elite doesnt want to fight i the UFC at 155. Out of the UFC is where all the 155lbers are. Not in the UFC.
I personally dont think either of these guys could make it in dream especially with Alvarez fighting like he is.
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