19 Apr - 
Daily Debate results: Was Poirier's title road tougher than dos Anjos, Lawler or Bisping's?

Dustin Poirier finally got his hands on UFC gold this past Saturday. And even if it’s an interim belt, it’s still a title.

Poirier (25-5 MMA, 17-4 UFC) upset featherweight champion Max Holloway (20-5 MMA, 16-5 UFC), who moved up 10 pounds to try to become a simultaneous two-division champ. Holloway dropped a decision in a “Fight of the Night” main event at UFC 236 in Atlanta.

Poirier’s road to the title wasn’t an easy one by any stretch of the imagination. In the UFC, he fought Holloway twice, Cub Swanson, Conor McGregor, Eddie Alvarez twice, Anthony Pettis and Justin Gaethje.

But was his path to the belt tougher than that of former middleweight champ Michael Bisping? Or former welterweight champ Robbie Lawler? How about former lightweight titleholder Rafael dos Anjos?

For our latest Daily Debate, we asked who you thought had the toughest road to finally win a UFC title.

The results (via Twitter):

To hear the MMA Junkie Radio hosts debate the topic, watch the video above.

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