This has been a hot topic recently, and rightfully so, with many questioning what should and shouldn't be allowed to happen after to a fighter after he/she is put unconsious by his opponent. I'm not going to put filler here and instead just dive right in to the topic at hand.
Georges St-Pierre is one of, if not, the greatest MMA fighters of all time. His accomplishments in the sport are second to none. Yet he still has interest in coming back for one more fight. His opponent is what remains a mystery. So here we will discuss the possible opponents he may face when, or if, he returns.
Bones, the cheat, the GOAT, the biggest waste in UFC history. Jon Jones has been called many of names like these and has been the most controversial fighter in UFC history. His future right now is in question due to his most recent drug test failure (don't worry, we'll get to that) so I decided to take this time to discuss the former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion and former P4P king.
At UFC 214: Cormier vs Jones 2, Tyron Woodley displayed a very impressive performance against Jiu-Jitsu black belt Demian Maia. However, many felt his style of fighting was that of a coward. This has been a common theme of crtiticism towards Woodley ever since he won the belt last year after knocking out Robbie Lawler. Let's take a closer look at "The Chosen One" and analyze the criticism he has recieved.