After dropping his fifth straight to Shark Fights champion Trevor Prangley, one-time UFC light heavyweight contender Keith Jardine finds himself in the same situation "Lil Evil" Jens Pulver found himself him after being submitted by Javier Vasquez at WEC 47. Most people now completely count Jens out as having the ability to compete amongst the best (or even the mid-tier), is Jardine in this same realm now?
Can the "Dean of Mean" salvage his once successful career, or should he seek fights against other "has-beens" in small time organizations and accept the fact that he's no longer one of the elite mixed martial artists fighting today?
Is Jardine done for?
No! He can come back from this. (16 votes)
Yes, five straight losses = finished! (37 votes)
Undecided (16 votes)
69 total votes