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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 11-12-2006, 09:57 AM Thread Starter
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Predict Matt Hughes last fight

Apparently Hughes has one fight on his contract left after Bad Intentions next week. Here are my predictions:

If Hughes wins...
he will go on to fight Serra next, but that fight would not be the best way to end his UFC career. Dana will probably sign him for another 2-3 fights since BJ and him are 1-1 in terms of wins (although I heard BJ is moving down to lightweight). Also, if GSP goes on another tear, he may get another title shot if the second fight is anything similar to the first.

If GSP wins...
Hughes would 100000% want to fight again, but since he's contractually (I'm assuming) obligated to fight Serra...wait this prediction is pretty much the same as my first.

There's no way Hughes can end his career on this contract. Unless he's really itching to retire, but if that's the case, I smell comeback.

What do you guys think?

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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 11-12-2006, 10:31 AM
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Well, like I said in another thread, I think if he beats GSP he could step up and fight Anderson, win or lose, and go out like that.

Now if he loses he can still go after Anderson, but that is even more unlikely then if he wins. He could fight GSP again and leave after that, sort of like Randy after Chuck. Or he could fight Penn again, who I am sure will be willing to stay at 170 for another fight with Hughes.

Any would work, but I'm hoping for the first one.

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