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UFC Vegas: Wonderboy vs Neal - Dec 19th 🇺🇸


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Merry Christmas @wandshogun09

Definitely wasn’t the most exciting card we’ve had this year and there were a lot of decisions but I still mostly enjoyed it. Wonderboy had a strong showing in the main event. I really like Neal

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That's fair, I guess. With the best will in the world, Bellator, One FC, and the PFL are still the small ponds, and he might have a much better chance in those than he'd have in the current UFC. Also, that shitty Reebok deal does make things less profitable for fighters not up at the elite end, and he'd probably do much better financially in the other promotions.

With his brother in Bellator, it seems most likely he'll join him there. Still, it's a shame; there were so many great matches he still could have had in the UFC, and I can't think of that many in Bellator (mind you, that's more on me not knowing their roster so well). 

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1 minute ago, Scott Malbranque said:

I'd say he'll go join his brother, aye.
Drooling over a potential Pitbull/Pettis go, to be honest.

The only ones I could think of were Pitbull and Lima. But, again, I don't know Bellator's roster all that well. I know he's already 2-0 over Bendo, so there's no real reason for them to fight again (other than to be able to say they fought in three different promotions).

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4 minutes ago, Egg Shen said:

i'll go for a Pettis/MVP fight

Ooh, that's a good one, actually. Should be fun, not to mention that MVP should be fighting people like Pettis (even Pettis as he is now) if he's going to prove he's the big prospect he's been made out to be for so long.

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Any talk of MVP being a prospect is long gone, he's 33 years old now. His career has been abit of a mess in fairness. A few fun matchups like the Pettis one is what i wanna see these days.

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25 minutes ago, Egg Shen said:

Any talk of MVP being a prospect is long gone, he's 33 years old now. His career has been abit of a mess in fairness. A few fun matchups like the Pettis one is what i wanna see these days.

Absolutely. Sorry, I should've said "if he's going to fulfil the promise of being such a big prospect that he was made out to be for so long".

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