Josh Burkman: Road to GSP goes through Jon Fitch

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GSP leaves UFC for WSOF! Phone Post

Technically, Josh, the road to GSP isn't all that simple.

First, you have to beat (not go through, as that's a physically impossibility) Fitch. Afterwards, you need to ride out your WSOF contract while remaining on a win streak. Next, you need to have your manager contact Joe Silva and friends to make a deal happen. If you're lucky, the UFC signs you to a 14/14 contract. Next, you need to run the gauntlet by facing (and defeating) at LEAST four top ten welterweights. If GSP is still champion by then, your road to him will lead you on a trip to Canada to challenge him for his championship.

Now, make sure you pack plenty of clothes, food and water because the roadtrip will be a long one. Phone Post 3.0

yellow wrkahlc - Technically, Josh, the road to GSP isn't all that simple.

First, you have to beat (not go through, as that's a physically impossibility) Fitch. Afterwards, you need to ride out your WSOF contract while remaining on a win streak. Next, you need to have your manager contact Joe Silva and friends to make a deal happen. If you're lucky, the UFC signs you to a 14/14 contract. Next, you need to run the gauntlet by facing (and defeating) at LEAST four top ten welterweights. If GSP is still champion by then, your road to him will lead you on a trip to Canada to challenge him for his championship.

Now, make sure you pack plenty of clothes, food and water because the roadtrip will be a long one. Phone Post 3.0


I hope you didn't read just the title.  Josh is well aware of the long road to making that dream happen.  Thanks.

Jack Brown -
yellow wrkahlc - Technically, Josh, the road to GSP isn't all that simple.

First, you have to beat (not go through, as that's a physically impossibility) Fitch. Afterwards, you need to ride out your WSOF contract while remaining on a win streak. Next, you need to have your manager contact Joe Silva and friends to make a deal happen. If you're lucky, the UFC signs you to a 14/14 contract. Next, you need to run the gauntlet by facing (and defeating) at LEAST four top ten welterweights. If GSP is still champion by then, your road to him will lead you on a trip to Canada to challenge him for his championship.

Now, make sure you pack plenty of clothes, food and water because the roadtrip will be a long one. Phone Post 3.0


I hope you didn't read just the title.  Josh is well aware of the long road to making that dream happen.  Thanks.

Of course I only read the title. Isn't that what we all do when we're on the app? Jump to conclusions because UG Blog is terrible at conveying messages accurately?

And I'm glad he's aware, but why the hell are you thanking me? Were you not aware that he was aware, or were you aware that I was aware that Josh was aware?

Spreak Engrish, prease. Phone Post 3.0

GSP is ducking Burkman.

Burkman is not impressed Phone Post 3.0

yellow wrkahlc - 
Jack Brown -
yellow wrkahlc - Technically, Josh, the road to GSP isn't all that simple.

First, you have to beat (not go through, as that's a physically impossibility) Fitch. Afterwards, you need to ride out your WSOF contract while remaining on a win streak. Next, you need to have your manager contact Joe Silva and friends to make a deal happen. If you're lucky, the UFC signs you to a 14/14 contract. Next, you need to run the gauntlet by facing (and defeating) at LEAST four top ten welterweights. If GSP is still champion by then, your road to him will lead you on a trip to Canada to challenge him for his championship.

Now, make sure you pack plenty of clothes, food and water because the roadtrip will be a long one. Phone Post 3.0


I hope you didn't read just the title.  Josh is well aware of the long road to making that dream happen.  Thanks.

Of course I only read the title. Isn't that what we all do when we're on the app? Jump to conclusions because UG Blog is terrible at conveying messages accurately?

And I'm glad he's aware, but why the hell are you thanking me? Were you not aware that he was aware, or were you aware that I was aware that Josh was aware?

Spreak Engrish, prease. Phone Post 3.0


Just thanking you for commenting and trying to convey that this is a polite discourse.  It's also a habit of mine, one of my least bad, saying please and thank you.  THANKS!

If anyone is able to listen to the 30+ minutes, I assure you it's worth your time.  Josh is well-spoken and has a great story to tell.  Above all, he seems very reasonable and will, I think, convince you that he is very capable of winning the fight on 6/14.

Jack Brown -
yellow wrkahlc - 
Jack Brown -
yellow wrkahlc - Technically, Josh, the road to GSP isn't all that simple.

First, you have to beat (not go through, as that's a physically impossibility) Fitch. Afterwards, you need to ride out your WSOF contract while remaining on a win streak. Next, you need to have your manager contact Joe Silva and friends to make a deal happen. If you're lucky, the UFC signs you to a 14/14 contract. Next, you need to run the gauntlet by facing (and defeating) at LEAST four top ten welterweights. If GSP is still champion by then, your road to him will lead you on a trip to Canada to challenge him for his championship.

Now, make sure you pack plenty of clothes, food and water because the roadtrip will be a long one. Phone Post 3.0


I hope you didn't read just the title.  Josh is well aware of the long road to making that dream happen.  Thanks.

Of course I only read the title. Isn't that what we all do when we're on the app? Jump to conclusions because UG Blog is terrible at conveying messages accurately?

And I'm glad he's aware, but why the hell are you thanking me? Were you not aware that he was aware, or were you aware that I was aware that Josh was aware?

Spreak Engrish, prease. Phone Post 3.0


Just thanking you for commenting and trying to convey that this is a polite discourse.  It's also a habit of mine, one of my least bad, saying please and thank you.  THANKS!

Jack, so help me God, if you thank me one more time, I will josh all over your burk, man. Phone Post 3.0

yellow wrkahlc - 
Jack Brown -
yellow wrkahlc - 
Jack Brown -
yellow wrkahlc - Technically, Josh, the road to GSP isn't all that simple.

First, you have to beat (not go through, as that's a physically impossibility) Fitch. Afterwards, you need to ride out your WSOF contract while remaining on a win streak. Next, you need to have your manager contact Joe Silva and friends to make a deal happen. If you're lucky, the UFC signs you to a 14/14 contract. Next, you need to run the gauntlet by facing (and defeating) at LEAST four top ten welterweights. If GSP is still champion by then, your road to him will lead you on a trip to Canada to challenge him for his championship.

Now, make sure you pack plenty of clothes, food and water because the roadtrip will be a long one. Phone Post 3.0


I hope you didn't read just the title.  Josh is well aware of the long road to making that dream happen.  Thanks.

Of course I only read the title. Isn't that what we all do when we're on the app? Jump to conclusions because UG Blog is terrible at conveying messages accurately?

And I'm glad he's aware, but why the hell are you thanking me? Were you not aware that he was aware, or were you aware that I was aware that Josh was aware?

Spreak Engrish, prease. Phone Post 3.0


Just thanking you for commenting and trying to convey that this is a polite discourse.  It's also a habit of mine, one of my least bad, saying please and thank you.  THANKS!

Jack, so help me God, if you thank me one more time, I will josh all over your burk, man. Phone Post 3.0


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Thank you!



:-)

the road to GSP isn't even on Burkman's GPS.. sadly it won't ever be

 

like most fights, Fitch could speed dial this one in... give me a break, Josh isn't winning this fight

 

inf0 -

the road to GSP isn't even on Burkman's GPS.. sadly it won't ever be

 

See what ya did there. Phone Post

LMAO at the delsuions in that

Burkman is a tough guy, looked GREAT against Simpson in his last fight. Leading up to it, I didn't think he was going to beat Harris in his fight before that. He is going to give Fitch a lot of problems.

 

12SixElbow -

Burkman is a tough guy, looked GREAT against Simpson in his last fight. Leading up to it, I didn't think he was going to beat Harris in his fight before that. He is going to give Fitch a lot of problems.

 

This. Phone Post

I have always found it strange and a little disrespectful when fighters talk about going to fight in another organization, maybe try and hype the league you are fighting for now. Phone Post 3.0

Kirik -
yellow wrkahlc - 
Jack Brown -
yellow wrkahlc - 
Jack Brown -
yellow wrkahlc - Technically, Josh, the road to GSP isn't all that simple.

First, you have to beat (not go through, as that's a physically impossibility) Fitch. Afterwards, you need to ride out your WSOF contract while remaining on a win streak. Next, you need to have your manager contact Joe Silva and friends to make a deal happen. If you're lucky, the UFC signs you to a 14/14 contract. Next, you need to run the gauntlet by facing (and defeating) at LEAST four top ten welterweights. If GSP is still champion by then, your road to him will lead you on a trip to Canada to challenge him for his championship.

Now, make sure you pack plenty of clothes, food and water because the roadtrip will be a long one. Phone Post 3.0


I hope you didn't read just the title.  Josh is well aware of the long road to making that dream happen.  Thanks.

Of course I only read the title. Isn't that what we all do when we're on the app? Jump to conclusions because UG Blog is terrible at conveying messages accurately?

And I'm glad he's aware, but why the hell are you thanking me? Were you not aware that he was aware, or were you aware that I was aware that Josh was aware?

Spreak Engrish, prease. Phone Post 3.0


Just thanking you for commenting and trying to convey that this is a polite discourse.  It's also a habit of mine, one of my least bad, saying please and thank you.  THANKS!

Jack, so help me God, if you thank me one more time, I will josh all over your burk, man. Phone Post 3.0


Let me assist:



Thank you!



:-)

You've both just been joshed. Phone Post 3.0

lolwut?