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Justin McCully contemplates changes after UFC Fight Night 16

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When heavyweight Justin McCully (8-4-2 MMA, 1-1 UFC) enters the cage for Wednesday night's "UFC Fight Night 16: UFC Fights for the Troops," he will be at a crossroads.

But as the 32-year-old recently told MMAjunkie.com (www.mmajunkie.com), he feels that all paths lead to a successful destination.

"You go from a semi-main event to an undercard with a guy like Gabriel Gonzaga, then back to the Ultimate Fight Night," McCully said. "But I feel very comfortable on the Ultimate Fight Night, and especially fighting for the troops. It's going to be an honor."







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Post #1   12/7/08 9:12:53AM   

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He is gonna be honorably discharged from the ufc, after Sanchez knocks him tfo.

Post #2   12/7/08 10:43:53AM   

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I think he'll able to get it to the ground and out work Sanchez for either an early sub or a UD. If he has Stankie in his corner he might come in shape for this one as well. I think i'm gonna put some money on it. Last i checked McCully was about +200

Post #3   12/7/08 12:24:27PM   

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I like McCully...he should put Sanchez away.
Sanchez is the one who will probably go bye bye from the UFC after the fight.
McCully is ten times the fighter Sanchez is.

Post #4   12/7/08 1:01:11PM