Heeeeee's Baaaaaack. The Prodigy has returned.

Discussion in 'The Martial Arts Forum' started by gr81disp, Jun 24, 2007.

  1. gr81disp

    gr81disp Bushbot v1.0

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    Sep 19, 2004
    Marietta, GA
    I posted this in GNG but I probably won't get any responses, so I reposted here.

    BJ has always been one of my favorites and he proved why tonight by totally destroying the first man to put a loss on his record.

    BJ's accomplishemnts are:
    - Competed as a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu white belt in a Judo Black Belt tournament and won.

    - Won the Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu World Championships (The Mundials) as a Brown Belt

    - Earned his Black Belt in BJJ in four years (average time is roughly 10)

    - Had his first professional fight in the UFC

    - Moved up a weight class with his first fight against the five time defending champion. He won by submission in the first round.

    - Has fought in four different weightclasses, (205, 185, 170, and 155). 155 is his natural weight class.

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  2. Islander-11

    Islander-11 Meat detective

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    Nov 29, 2001
    Nantucket, MA
    He looked great while he messed up Pulver.

  3. K-DOG


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    Jun 5, 2001
    WAR BJ!!!

    Great to see him back in the ring. I hope he stays at 155 and gets the title before he goes up in weight.
  4. TRMN8R

    TRMN8R Cage Fighter Lifetime Member

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    Jun 7, 2007
    Harley City, GA
    I agree. However, I don't think he likes being a 55lb.'r anymore, and is anxious to get back to 70. Although after seeing him completely own Pulver, you'd never know it.

    I was for the Blue Team the entire season of TUF 5 and knew the finale would be a great fight. Honestly, I was expecting a WHOLE lot more out of Jens. He definitely did NOT bring it to the table. I think it's time for homey to hang up the leather :upeyes:.

    OTOH, B.J. is FAR from done. Would love to see him get the Welterweight title from Serra, Hughes, St. Pierre, or whoever the hell has it when he wants to take it from them.

    Would be interesting to see him and Karo go at it for the title. That would be one hell of an exciting fight!