15 Minutes: The 6 Greatest Examples Of Squandered Potential in The UFC Part 1

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15 Minutes: The 6 Greatest Examples Of Squandered Potential in The UFC Part 1

Andy Warhol had a famous quote about everyone eventually being famous for 15 minutes. This is no more apparent than in today's times with no talent reality stars become cultural icons for a few months (Kardashians or Jersey Shore Cast), or even people who did heroic things (Sully Sullenberger). MMA is no different in how a fighter can become famous after one fight or moment, it comes down to what they do with that fame.

Some guys can live up to the potential placed upon them from journalists and fans like Rampage Jackson after he powerbombed Ricardo Arona or Chuck Lidell in his prime with his devastating use of the overhand right to knockout his opponents. Yet there are guys who have one moment of excellence and try to ride that gravy train as long as they can even though they are nowhere near the level people are hoping that they reach. This list is about the worst examples of those men.

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