I, too, believe that this is becoming a way in which fighters can now seemingly deal with their devastating, one-sided losses to GSP. If I were to hear it from a fighter such as Jon Fitch, I think it would hold a lot more weight for me than hearing from fighters such as Serra, Hughes, and even Sherk, whom just seem like the type of fightes who need to try and save face. That said, all of this is very hard to buy. We know what type of man BJ is. We know what type of man Hughes is. And we most certainly know what type of man Serra is. If GSP was greasing, and any one of these fighters suspected it, are you honestly going to expect me to believe that none of them felt the need to come forward about the matter? Do you expect me to believe that Matt Serra and Matt Hughes, of all people, would not voice their concerns to the proper officials had they actually suspected that GSP cheated? Hughes and Serra aren't exactly the poster-boys of 'keeping it in'. Again, at this point, I think it's becoming more of a way in which to discredit a totally dominant fighter. They're all saying, 'I'm not saying it changes the outcome of the fights,' but they must certainly suspect that all these allegations of greasing is going to have a negative impact on GSP's accomplishments. It's becoming a witch hunt, and it's completely unfair. All of a sudden, their memories are starting to come back to them.
PS: I know BJ stepped up and said something the second time around, but he apparently stated to his camp that GSP felt greasy the first time around, as well... so that's the situation I'm referring to when I mention BJ alongside Serra and Hughes.
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