B.J. PENN, TITO, KIMBO HEAD NEXT ROUND 5 SERIES


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Penn came out to the center eager to exchange. He was standing tall, far more upright than normal. Edgar worked his usual combinations, jumping in and out. Color commentator Kenny Florian wondered if BJ wasn't hoping Frankie would shoot in o him for a takedown. He did just that and Penn immediately went to butterfly guard. Edgar stood up and threw kicks at the Hawaiian's legs. When he came back down, it was right back to butterfly guard. Edgar couldn't find any openings on top, so he stood back more

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