Originally posted by El NastioI'd be curious what the results would be if he undertook the same test(s) as Bryan, and if getting into UFC would be a good idea or not.
Unfortunately, you could say that about anyone who's been in UFC or WWE (or boxing or the NFL or...) for any length of time.
Originally posted by CerberusLOL! This has become a huge fucking joke. He's never gonna fight. His mouth writes checks he can't cash.
I still think he'll fight at least once (and lose badly), but yeah, that was the immediate reaction of every single person I told when I said that his fight was off.
I see lots of people talking about how this has been dragging on forever, but I don't really know what is a "reasonable" amount of time to go from BJJ training as a hobby to a full-on professional fight, especially one at the UFC level (which this isn't, not really, but let's ignore that).
But did you Delphi remnants catch him sassing Tanvir this week? That was pretty great.
http://skysports.planetfootball.com/list.asp?hlid=301815 A very interesting draw for this year's competition, with two English teams being drawn in the same group (holders Liverpool and Chelsea in group G).