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    UFC 107: BJ Penn vs Diego Sanchez - Dec. 12, 2009

    UFC 107: BJ Penn vs Diego Sanchez
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    Unbeaten at 155 pounds for nearly eight years, BJ Penn has ruled the lightweight division with an iron fist, finishing top contenders Joe Stevenson, Sean Sherk, and Kenny Florian along the way. “The Prodigy” will face a challenger as willing as he is to leave it all on the line in The Ultimate Fighter® season one winner Diego “Nightmare” Sanchez, who has reinvented himself as a relentless cardio machine that won’t stop moving forward until he wears the UFC championship belt around his waist.

    Plus, former two-time UFC heavyweight champion Frank Mir returns to the Octagon to begin his quest for a third title, and to move back up the ladder in one of the sport’s toughest divisions. The Brazilian jiu-jitsu ace will have to survive the ferocious striking attack of French contender Cheick Kongo, who knows that a win over a superstar like Mir will move him closer to his first title opportunity.

    UFC 107: Penn vs. Sanchez – Saturday, December 12th, live on Pay-Per-View from Memphis, Tennessee.


    BJ "The Prodigy" Penn vs Diego "Nightmare" Sanchez - Lightweight Title Fight
    Frank Mir vs Cheick Kongo
    Jon Fitch vs Mike Pierce
    Kenny "KenFlo" Florian vs Clay "The Carpenter" Guida
    Paul "The Headhunter" Buentello vs Stefan "Skyscraper" Struve
    Alan "The Talent" Belcher vs Wilson Gouveia
    Matt "Handsome" Wiman vs Shane "Sugar" Nelson
    Johny Hendricks vs Ricardo Funch
    Rousimar "Toquinho" Palhares vs Lucio Linhares
    DaMarques Johnson vs Edgar Garcia
    Kevin Burns vs TJ Grant


    This is Paul Buentello's first fight back in the UFC since 2006, since then he's been successful in Strikeforce and Affliction.

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    BJ "The Prodigy" Penn vs Diego "Nightmare" Sanchez - Lightweight Title Fight
    Frank Mir vs Cheick Kongo
    Jon Fitch vs Mike Pierce
    Kenny "KenFlo" Florian vs Clay "The Carpenter" Guida
    Paul "The Headhunter" Buentello vs Stefan "Skyscraper" Struve
    Alan "The Talent" Belcher vs Wilson Gouveia
    Matt "Handsome" Wiman vs Shane "Sugar" Nelson
    Johny Hendricks vs Ricardo Funch
    Rousimar "Toquinho" Palhares vs Lucio Linhares
    DaMarques Johnson vs Edgar Garcia
    Kevin Burns vs TJ Grant

    I don't see how Sanchez is going to do any better than Stevenson.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kentucky Fried Chokin View Post
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    I don't see how Sanchez is going to do any better than Stevenson.
    Bathe in oil?
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    BJ will gobble up Sanchez, IMO. I don't see what Sanchez brings that BJ hasn't faced before in larger quantities.

    More interested in the Mir/Kongo fight - classic jiujitsu vs striker here, although Mir hits hard too. Mir will win by ground rape, obviously, but it should be fun to watch.
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    Kongo will win by knee to the balls.
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    I'm not writing off Sanchez, if he comes in with a better game plan then Florian (sigh) then I can see him pushing the fight beyond BJ's cardio and may be able to win it from there.

    If not, then striking, ground game, etc is won by BJ hands down.
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    the only way bj loses to diego is if he doesn't train at all, or is badly ill/injured.
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    Interesting fights.

    I like Diego but I don't think will beat BJ. Diego needs to turn it into a clinch match and wear down BJ like GSP did; but i doubt he will.

    I hope TJ does well. Always great to see young canucks in the big show, and he has some slick jits. One of the guys at my gym beat him via decision a few years ago at KOTC, but TJ was a class act before and after the fight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by v1y View Post
    the only way bj loses to diego is if he doesn't train at all, or is badly ill/injured.
    Or gasses, or is positionally dominated by a superior wrestler.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ADM View Post
    I'm not writing off Sanchez, if he comes in with a better game plan then Florian (sigh) then I can see him pushing the fight beyond BJ's cardio and may be able to win it from there.

    If not, then striking, ground game, etc is won by BJ hands down.
    Florian actually had a really good game plan. He tried to do what GSP did, which is force BJ to fight the clinch against the cage until his arms wear out and he can't stop the takedown. The problem was, BJ learned from his fight against GSP and worked out his arms.
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