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Assessing John Lineker: The UFC's Most Enigmatic Not-Quite-Flyweight

Photo by Brad Rempel-USA TODAY Sports It is hard to know where to stand with John Lineker. Sometimes he looks like an unstoppable pressure fighter, other times he looks like an ineffective windmill of short-armed violence against the air. Certainly the one place not to stand is along the fence! But even knowing what to make of Lineker's victories was tough for a while because he was masquerading as a flyweight despite missing 125lbs on the scale a staggering four times in the UFC.
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