UFC

Deconstructing Penn-Edgar

Few people outside of his gym gave Frankie Edgar much chance of unseating BJ Penn as the UFC Lightweight Champion.  But that is precisely what he did on a hot April evening in the promotion’s debut in Abu Dhabi.

The result, however, was not without controversy.  After five very competitive, difficult-to-score rounds, one judge turned in a shutout in favor of the challenger.  That inexplicable result left the fans scratching their collective heads.  Even the staunchest Edgar supporters will agree that the fight was far closer than the lone 50-45 score suggested . . . Click here for more by Michael DiSanto, UFC.com

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