Frankie Edgar-B.J. Penn: The sequel
Most of the attention over the weekend fell on Anderson Silva's basket-case behavior against Demian Maia, with only marginal importance given to B.J. Penn's closely contested loss to new champion Frankie Edgar. But the latter might wind up having the greatest number of victimizations.
Think about it: B.J. Penn made media rounds this week to promote an autobiography, and he all but guaranteed a summer rematch. That gives Edgar just enough time to sober up from the homecoming ...
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