Originally Posted by redikulis
squeetard...you are an idiot
I don't think that he's an idiot at all.
I thinkn that BJ Penn has the potential to be one of the greatest MMA fighters of all time, but he won't do anything to get there. I know that he has trained to get where he is, but he won't take it to the next level. He is one of the best BJJ artists in the world and has hands that can knock out guys MUCH bigger than him. He can defend the shoot like a gold metal wrestler and can get back up like no one else when he is taken down.
Most of his wins are two rounds or less. If it gets past that he's suspect to say the least. Look at his record.
Loss Matt Hughes TKO (Strikes) UFC 63-Hughes vs Penn 9/23/2006 3 3:53
Loss Georges St. Pierre Decision (Split) UFC 58-USA vs Canada 3/4/2006 3 5:00
Win Renzo Gracie Decision (Unanimous) K-1-World Grand Prix Hawaii 7/29/2005 3 5:00
Loss Ryoto Machida Decision (Unanimous) K-1-Hero's 1 3/26/2005 3 5:00
Win Rodrigo Gracie Decision (Unanimous) ROTR 6-Rumble on the Rock 6 11/20/2004 3 5:00
Win Duane Ludwig Submission (Arm Triangle Choke) K-1 MMA-ROMANEX 5/22/2004 1 1:45
Win Matt Hughes Submission (Rear Naked Choke) UFC 46-Supernatural 1/31/2004 1 4:39
Win Takanori Gomi Submission (Rear Naked Choke) ROTR 4-Rumble on the Rock 4 10/10/2003 3 2:35
Draw Caol Uno Draw UFC 41-Onslaught 2/28/2003 5 5:00
Win Matt Serra Decision (Unanimous) UFC 39-The Warriors Return 9/27/2002 3 5:00
Win Paul Creighton TKO (Strikes) UFC 37-High Impact 5/10/2002 2 3:23
Loss Jens Pulver Decision (Majority) UFC 35-Throwdown 1/11/2002 5 5:00
Win Caol Uno KO (Punches) UFC 34-High Voltage 11/2/2001 1 0:11
Win Din Thomas TKO (Strikes) UFC 32-Showdown in the Meadowlands 6/29/2001 1 2:42
Win Joey Gilbert TKO (Strikes) UFC 31-Locked & Loaded 5/4/2001 1 4:57