MMA: The 25 Greatest (Or Not-So-Great) Journeymen in History

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MMA: The 25 Greatest (Or Not-So-Great) Journeymen in History

According to Urbandictionary.com, the term journeyman is defined as follows:

1.  A person who spends their days, or a presumably large amount of time during days, traveling on the road in a motor vehicle.

2.   A road tripper and/or warrior.

Journeymen are a necessity to MMA.  Without them, who would young up-and-coming fighters fight?  Why would I be writing this article for your amusement?  Who would be headlining that card coming up at some bar in Knob Lick, Mo.?

At one point of time, most of these fighters were either on or headlining major pay-per-view events, getting big fat paychecks, and flying first class.

Sadly, now most of them are fighting in front of a few hundred people, getting paid an amount of money that would make a Strikeforce curtain jerker laugh, and are either flying coach or putting even more miles on that old Honda Accord.

Or maybe they just drive around the country and live in a motor home, Clay Guida-style.

But moving along, these are the fighters who fit the above description.

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