Originally Posted by BewareofDawg
There is definitely a case to be made for him. He literally has no real weakness. He is primarily a ground fighter, given his BJJ background yet he rarely if ever gets outclassed standing up. He was outstriking GSP, and making Hughes look silly on the ground. I know this statement is waaaay overused in boxing and MMA, but it is true of Penn-----If he is truly motivated and really trains and gets into great shape, he could possibly be as "unbeatable" as you can get in this sport.
I agree, when Penn is on fire he burns the house down. Plus you know you've seen him pull off the virtuoso **** like Floyd and Jones in boxing.
When he slithered onto Hughes back, everyone should be in awe.
His dexterity is ridiculous.