|02-02-2009, 05:46 PM||#1 (permalink)|
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B.J. Penn is considering quitting
Following the loss, sources close to Penn say the fighter is considering quitting
Returning to the Aloha State after the worst defeat of his career, B.J. Penn, still the UFC lightweight titleholder, has much to contemplate.
Penn, who is only 30, appears perfectly capable of carving himself a meaningful legacy at 155, no one close to "The Prodigy" knows for certain if he'll return.
"Before we got to Vegas we were talking," Penn's chief trainer, Rudy Valentino, said Sunday evening after returning to Hilo. With a win over St. Pierre "he wanted this to be his last fight."
|02-03-2009, 08:58 AM||#6 (permalink)|
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This whole thing is a BS if you ask me, he'll come back.... what else is he going to do? He is only 30 years old and it's not like he can do anything else... is he going to med school to became a nurse?
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