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"I think he's on drugs. Kenny trained in Hilo before I did and I got to talk to a bunch of guys out there to see what they thought I did compared to what he did. From what I understand, Kenny didn't like to spar or do any type of kickboxing because he didn't like getting hit. BJ and everyone over there was beating him up on his feet and on the ground? There's no way. BJ won the world championships without having a single point scored on him. In my fight against Kenny I did a thousand-a million times better than I ever did on my best day against BJ."
UFC lightweight Joe Lauzon tells radio show host Larry Pepe that Kenny Florian has literally no chance of defeating current lightweight champion BJ Penn when he eventually returns to the 155-pound division later this year to defend his title against "Ken-Flo," widely considered to be the number one contender in that division. It will be interesting to see when and if the fight takes place pending the final outcome of UFC 94's "Greasegate".
For the audio replay of Lauzon’s appearance click here.