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BJ Penn willing to fight Bendo first as stepping stone for Edgar Trilogy

Written on October 01, 2013 by Hector

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BJ Penn and Frankie Edgar will meet in the octagon for the third time after their stint as coaches of The Ultimate Fighter 19

Dana White has told a small of group of reporters in Brazil about BJ Penn’s original plans before dropping to featherweight. He said that Penn originally asked for a fight with Benson Henderson as stepping stone for a trilogy with Frankie Edgar. Dana then decided that the former 2 division champion didn’t need to take an extra step. He asked Frankie if he wanted to fight BJ again and pitted them against each other as head coaches of the upcoming TUF season.

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MMA’s Best Fighter: Jens Pulver

Written on June 18, 2011 by Markham Mencken

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The Little Evil shows his rise to the top, as Jens Pulver makes his way to Fighting Insider's list of MMA's Besf Fighter.

Born as Jens Johnnie Pulver on December 6, 1974, Jens Pulver was the first UFC Lightweight champion. He also holds notable wins over BJ Penn, Caol Uno, Cub Swanson, Cole Escovedo, Dennis Hallman, Rob Emerson and Joe Stevenson. A son of a licensed horse jockey, he grew up Maple Valley, Washington, and was raised in […]

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Jens Pulver: Making a Comeback in Chicago

Written on January 10, 2011 by Markham Mencken

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Twelve-year MMA veteran, Jens Pulver, will soldier on, as Chicago Cagefighting Championship announced his comeback at their March 5 main card. Can his comeback erase his mired six-fight losing streak?

The upstart Chicago Cagefighting Championship announced that Jens Pulver will be part of their March 5 fight card. Set to take action in The Odeum in Villa Park, Illinois, the UFC veteran will face an opponent that is yet to be named on the main card. Debuting for UFC in 1999 at UFC 22, Jens Pulver remains one of MMA’s notable figures. He fought to a draw with Alfonso Alcarez in UFC 22, followed by 11 victories of his next 12 bouts.

After claiming the lightweight title from Caol Uno, Jens Pulver vacated the post and fought around the globe for promotions like Shooto, IFL and PRIDE. He returned to UFC in 2006 and was defeated by Joe Lauzon. Jens Pulver was also defeated by BJ Penn, his rival coach at TUF 5. After that, he dropped down to featherweight, but has gone 1-6 since then. Jens Pulver’s most recent fight was a 68-second submission loss to Diego Garijo last August 2010.

Can he make a redeeming comeback at Chicago Cagefighting Championship this March? Share your insights by dropping your comment.

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