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Yves Edwards: "I don't want to go out like the last two or three years"

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Four wins, seven losses.

It's a record that would be less-than-desirable for any professional fighter over an 11-fight stretch.

But for a man once known as the uncrowned champion of the UFC's lightweight division, it's simply unacceptable.

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Post #1   9/10/09 10:45:34PM   

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It really is too bad how Yves career played out. I always loved the guy. I still say his finish of Josh Thompson was the most exciting in UFC history.

Post #2   9/10/09 10:49:30PM   

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Yves will always be one of my all time favorite fighter's no matter how the rest of his career plays out........The dude has had some really exciting fights......

Post #3   9/11/09 12:14:21AM   

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i still love watching his fights in the ufc, some good battles,

Post #4   9/11/09 9:07:29AM   

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Most of Yves' losses are from decent or top fighters. His, like Couture's and Belfort' s records are numerically misleading.

Post #5   9/11/09 11:39:08AM