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2/11/13 6:56 PM
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MentaL
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I voted Silva, just because of his age. 

2/11/13 6:58 PM
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2/11/13 6:59 PM
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Motivated Penn
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Surprised so few are choosing Aldo.
2/11/13 7:02 PM
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I really think Bendo is going to go on for years without losing. He was lucky to get through Frankie twice but he is ever improving. I know Pettis beat him once but i dont see it happening again to be honest
2/11/13 7:03 PM
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Motivated Penn - Surprised so few are choosing Aldo.
I think people are worried about picking anyone who may fight at 155. It's a shark tank. Phone Post
2/11/13 7:07 PM
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Cain. GSP and Silva will likely be retired. If GSP isn't, I think age will have caught up with him and someone will have taken the belt. Jones will be at heavyweight, and who knows if he'll be as great there as he is at light heavy.

Aldo will be at lightweight, so the same concept that applies to Jones applies to him. Hard to know how good he'll be up there. Bendo's a possibility but his fights with Edgar and Pettis showed weaknesses that lead me to think he'll lose the belt by then.

Mighty Mouse? Could be. Again, fights with McCall and Benavidez showed weaknesses that could be exploited in the future. As for Cruz, no way he has the belt after his comeback fight, much less at the time of UFC 200. That two year lay off is going to hurt him badly.

Cain's reclaiming of the belt was recent enough and his talent level is high enough that I don't think it's a stretch to believe he could reign for three years.
2/11/13 7:10 PM
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Pancake Syrup
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I picked Silva but for my actual pick i would have to say none. Either guys are going to move up, are getting onto the end of their career or have had an injury like Cruz and we need to see what he is like when he returns...also doesn't help with so many more young killers moving into the sport
2/11/13 7:16 PM
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Hocky Balboa
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Couture swagger-jackin' Art Jimmerson.

2/11/13 7:23 PM
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Aldo and Silva Phone Post
2/11/13 7:26 PM
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tonytr
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Picking Silva is silly. Either he loses to Weidman or he stays champ until retirement, which will likely happen before UFC 200.

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