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Forrest Griffin - Age plays a very distinct role in turning a once-elite brawler into a depleted punching bag. This is never truer than in Griffin's case.
Once considered one of the most unpredictable, balls-to-the-wall strikers in the UFC, the near-legend has been unable to display the same ferocity that made him famous six years ago.
Wanderlei Silva - For the most part, Silva has been widely considered one of the best knockout specialists of all time.
With his combination of speed, power, technique and willingness to withstand his opponent's best shots, Silva always seems to put on a good brawl.
However, following an average bout opposite fading veteran Rich Franklin at UFC 147, Silva doesn't seem to have the raw fire, and chin, to continue his old ways.
Leonard Garcia - Simply put, if Garcia doesn't win his next bout, he'll no longer have a job within the UFC.
The 33-year-old has been one of the best gamers in the promotion since making his debut back in 2007, but to be frank, the guy can't win.
A loser of three straight, it's apparent that opponents are finally figuring out how to pick Garcia apart without getting sucked into a barn burner.