Found June 27, 2013 on
Going to be weird seeing Edgar in a three round fight and though Oliveira is tough Frankie is still one of the best in the world and should get past him. With his last three decisions being controversial and going against him I’m sure Edgar will be looking to finish this one.
Frankie Edgar rolls at RABJJ Academy
BJ Penn considering a return, Would be at 155 lbs
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Three consecutive title fights. Three straight loses.
Dropping back-to-back-to-back fights in the UFC generally leads to the unemployment line, but former UFC Lightweight champion Frankie Edgar is obviously an exception given that his loses were all to current champions. This is exactly why Edgar finds himself precarious situation when he makes his way to the Octagon at UFC 162...
Before Frankie Edgar enters the cage for his second fight at featherweight July 6th at UFC 162, lets take a little look back at when 'The Answer' was the #1 lightweight in the world.
We really don't have to go back that far to when Edgar was on top of the world. It took beating a man they dub as the greatest lightweight of all-time in B.J. Penn twice for Edgar to finally...