Filed under: Featured Videos , News , UFC , Videos Despite being the first fighter to stop the notoriously tough Diego Sanchez , UFC lightweight Joe Lauzon brushed off the idea that “The Ultimate Fighter 1” winner should retire. “I hate when people start telling people they should retire,” Lauzon (26-11 MMA, 13-8 UFC) said after UFC 200, where he blasted Sanchez (26-9 MMA, 15-9 UFC) with punches en route to a first-round stoppage at Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena. “You have one off night; that’s not a reason to retire.” It’s debatable the 34-year-old Sanchez has merely had just one of those nights. The former title challenger is 2-4 in his last six outings and 5-6 since challenging for the lightweight belt against then-champ B.J.

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Joe Lauzon after UFC 200: Diego Sanchez shouldn’t be forced into retirement – MMA Junkie

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