Jun
10

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questionmarkI want to try something different in this post.

Feel free to ask me questions through the comment section and I’ll do my best to answer them in this post. The questions can be MMA related or not, it doesn’t matter to me.

I’ll leave the post open for the next 48 hours so throw your questions up soon.

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  1. lynn says:

    who would you most like to fight and why? can be past, present or up-and-coming fighter, any style.

    who would you most like to see fight and why? again, era and genre don’t have to coincide.

    who do you think is gonna take home Lord Stanley’s cup tomorrow night?

    • Jeff Joslin says:

      Question 1

      I’d love to fight GSP simply because he is the champ and possesses a very well rounded skill set which could make for an exciting and very challenging fight. He is also a great guy and how cool would that be to have two Canadians going at it in a title fight.

      Question 2
      I’d like to see Rickson Gracie fight again. He is known to have some of the best jiu-jitsu in the world and it would be awesome to watch him back in action. He’s quite a bit older now so it probably won’t happen but I can still hope :) .

      Question 3
      I’ve been a Detroit Red Wings fan since I was very young — even got Steve Yzerman’s autograph — so I’m pulling for them to win it.

      Thanks for the great questions!

  2. mmablaster says:

    If given the opportunity to fight in Japan, would you? Why or why not?

    Do you have any fights on the horizon?

    What are your thoughts on the stacked UFC 100 show?

    • Jeff Joslin says:

      I would love to fight in Japan. I’ve heard from some of my friend that have fought there that the fans are great!

      I never really pursued fighting in Japan because my goal was to make it to the UFC. In my opinion the UFC has proven that it has the top fighters in the world. Fighting there was awesome and it’s definately the place to be for the most challenges.

      I haven’t checked out the UFC 100 card yet. I will now though since you mentioned it.

  3. Benny Suff says:

    I know I’m late on this but if you could play Joe Silva what are some match-ups you’d like to see? and do you think Hughes can still hang with the top guys at 170?

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