i started this where are you mma fans? i see a couple have responded. i will make it a point to be in here every day even if its just to post what i heard and my thoughts. mmajunkie is ok, the ufc site stinks, and there are many others. i never miss a fight. even the undercard. im also part of the fantasy picks. i dont win anything. but , i have been rated 64th out of 23,000 people one time. usually somewhere around 100. i need to really watch more of the undercard and read every article i could find in order to do better. but i figure thats not bad. anyway guys lets get in here and have some fun. my name is michael and its the fastest growing sport in the entire world. anderson silva should be made to fight in the 205 class and fight a good wrestler who wont get caught in a triangle choke. i think randy would have beaten him three years ago. the year before he retired. if he didnt retire, he would have beaten brock the first fight to. i knew soon as i saw randy he looked different. soon as i saw him. not the same guy who fought gonzaga. randy is at the point that chuck is. just a little punch to the chin and he wobbles now. my god, mark coleman hit randy and wobbled him a bit. not a lot but a bit. if randy could avoid getting hit on the chin or temple, he could beat him. i hope jackson beats the heck out evans. and i knew shogun would win. machida doesnt have it. his style cant win. he cant punch hard enough to make people respect him. shogun rushed him and hit him and it was over. i think its a shame they took the belt away from penn. but , once i heard he never left his home town to train, and just did conditioning i knew he would lose. i had him losing in my fantasy pick based on that. the blue print for winning is what GSP does. he invests his money back into his camp, brings in the best wrestlers in the world, best jits in the world, best karate, and mai tai boxing coaches, and of course plain boxing coaches. and anything i missed he brings them in. he also has a conditioning coach. so he puts everything together at the highest level possible. and does it seven days a week. he still finds time to go out, but hes not out drinking. penn doesnt bring anyone into camp except his brother and the conditioning coach. its not enough. i think he could own the lightweight belt, and the welterweight belt if he spend four months doing what GSP does. he picks it up faster cause he is a natural and was born a fighter. GSP does it on athletic ability. penn has both.