Rich Franklin Rich, a dominant Middleweight/Light-Heavyweight fighter, has been fighting professionally for 13 years. He has amassed an impressive 28-6-1 record, which has included bouts with MMA Standouts Marvin Eastman, Evan Tanner, Lyoto Machida, Ken Shamrock, Anderson Silva, Yushin Okami, and last but not least, the Axe Murderer Wanderlai Silva. Though the last six years have documented Rich's fall from grace (going 7-5) he was a 21-1-1 fighter before so, and has a decent head on his shoulders, though his chin seems to be weakening. Debuting in the middleweight division in 2004 (5 years after being a Professional fighter), it didn't take long for Franklin to earn a belt shot, as it came against the Veteran Evan Tanner a year later (Rich winning via TKO in Round 4). He would go on to defend the title two more times, before loosing it to the hands (or knees) of Anderson Silva. After the defeat, Rich would never claim a title again, though he would fight for them. He eventually moved back up to Light-Heavyweight, as well as fighting at other Catchweights, the minimum weight being 190lbs; claiming a couple Fight of the Night and Knock out of the Night awards a long the way. I honestly don't have much respect for Rich, and I have even refereed to him as Bitch Franklin on different occasions, but I have to admire his will. The champ of that Division is you know who, and if Rich is still down to fight him for a third time, the man has nuts... What do you guys think? Should he even be allowed to fight for the Title again?