B.J. Penn Reveals His Greatest Moments in the UFC Octagon

Jeremy Botter@jeremybotterMMA Senior WriterAugust 28, 2013

B.J. Penn is one of the more legendary fighters in the history of the Ultimate Fighting Championship. 

His 16-9-2 record may not look all that impressive on paper, but there's little doubt that Penn was the first true great lightweight of the sport. He's a multi-time champion and has won belts in two different weight classes, all while fighting the best the sport had to offer.  This is a man who once fought a 220-pound Lyoto Machida in Japan. 

A few weeks ago, we caught up with Penn at the Las Vegas Fight Shop to discuss his personal favorite moments from his long and fruitful run in the Octagon. Watch the video above to see Penn's selections, and then let us know in the comments below what YOUR personal favorite B.J. Penn moments are!

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