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BJ Penn is back, and he looks amazing. Anyone who’s seen his videos recently or recent photos has seen an amazingly chiseled and focused Penn. In stark contrast there’s the new look Rory MacDonald who looks to be auditioning for a new part in The Big Bang Theory. I guess he took the whole, “The UFC is going Metro” thing literally. It’s like we’re all finally going to see AC Slater beat up Zach Morris…but I digress. This is a motivated BJ Penn, not just wanting to shut up MacDonald, but to slap us all upside the head and remind us of the fact he’s BJ Penn, and we need to respect that fact. It’s not going to be easy though for Penn.
The Records: BJ Penn: 16-8
Rory MacDonald: 13-1
Past Five Performances: BJ Penn: 1-3-1 Lost to Nick Diaz, Draw with Jon Fitch, Defeated Matt Hughes, Lost to Frankie Edgar, Lost to Frankie Edgar.
Rory MacDonald: 4-1 Defeated Che Mills, Defeated Mike Pyle, Defeated Nate Diaz, Lost to Carlos Condit, Defeated Michael Guymon.
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Fast rising welterweight Rory MacDonald is set to take on mixed martial arts legend B.J. Penn on the main card of Saturday’s UFC on FOX 5. Many consider MacDonald to be the heir apparent to the welterweight title currently held by his teammate Georges St-Pierre. Penn appears to be at a crossroads in his career as he has only one win in his last five fights. However, he also appears...
Rory MacDonald (Pictured) talked plenty of smack heading into Saturday’s shootout against BJ Penn, which caused Penn to challenge the youngster to back up his yack inside the cage at Thursday’s pre-fight presser.
Well, as the old adage goes,”The proof is in the pudding.”
MacDonald dominated “The Prodigy” for 15 lopsided minutes en route to cruising to a unanimous decision...
Skyrocketing UFC welterweight Rory MacDonald (Pictured) confirmed a few things on Saturday night; 1) He is arguably MMA’s most fashionable fighter. 2) He is one bad mofo. 3) He couldn’t care less if fans dislike him.
En route to trouncing BJ Penn in a landslide unanimous decision victory, MacDonald was caught taunting the future UFC Hall of Famer on a couple of separate occasions...
In the fight business, there’s a cruel reality that athletes can turn old overnight. Well, in BJ Penn’s (Pictured) case, it took Rory MacDonald only 15 minutes to make the former two-divisional UFC champion look like he’s well beyond his prime.
If you were to ask UFC president Dana White, the 33-year-old needs to call it quits … again.
“BJ is a warrior,” White stated...
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Rory MacDonald vs BJ Penn – UFC on Fox 5
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The most promising young fighter in the UFC doesn't fight angry.
Rory MacDonald, the 23-year-old welterweight who will fight UFC legend BJ Penn at Saturday's UFC on FOX event (8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on FOX), is a cold-blooded Canadian. He has a chiseled face that doesn't betray emotions, a slicked-back hairstyle and sleekness that evokes the soulless Christian Bale character...
A welterweight bout between Rory MacDonald (Pictured) and BJ Penn was the second scrap to air live during Saturday’s “UFC on FOX: Henderson vs. Diaz” broadcast.
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Key Arena in Seattle, Washington is hosting tonight’s festivities. The show is headlined by a lightweight title tilt between champ Benson Henderson...
Tonight’s fight night on FOX is one of the most stacked cards in recent memory. Headlining the night’s action is Benson Henderson defending his belt against the always dangerous Nate Diaz. Add into that BJ Penn facing Rory MacDonald and many other solid match-ups, and you have a night full of awesome free fights. Here’s [...]
Main Card Weight Class Method Round Time Notes Lightweight Benson Henderson (c) vs. Nate Diaz Note 1 Light Heavyweight Mauricio Rua vs. Alexander Gustafsson Welterweight B.J. Penn vs. Rory MacDonald Welterweight Mike Swick vs. Matt Brown Preliminary Card (FX) Lightweight Yves Edwards vs. Jeremy Stephens Bantamweight Raphael Assunção vs. Mike Easton Lightweight...
A lot went down yesterday in the world of the UFC. A women’s champ was crowned for the first time in the organization, the possibility of a Georges St.Pierre vs. Nick Diaz match was brought up, and the tension between BJ Penn vs. Rory MacDonald is at a all time high. Ariel Helwani of MMAFighting.com [...]
UFC on Fox 5 is the best card ever on free tv, tonight can’t come soon enough…I’m going with Rory MacDonald, Shogun Rua and Nate Diaz by punches to the face.-TO
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