(Nothing says, ‘I regret that gang rape now that I’ve been arrested for it almost two decades later,’ quite like this mug shot expression.)
Gather ’round, Potato Nation. It’s question and answer time. We’ve got some good ones and some positively awful ones this time around, and we’re equally excited about both. But don’t just be a selfish consumer of questions. Head on over to this forum thread and ask a query of your own. If you don’t, we’ll never forgive you. Sure, we’ll pretend to have forgiven you, but really we’ll just be holding on to that hurt, waiting for the right time to use it against you.
I’m sure this opinion question has come up before, but I’m too lazy to check past posts. Besides, I have a timely reason for asking…I like Florian, and I still think he has a good chance tonight [ed. note: Geez, we gotta answer these more often] against BJ. But whenever I watch Kenny’s "dressed as a samurai" entrance, I cringe. He looks like he bought the costume in the bargain box of the children’s section of Halloween Adventure.
Lots of fighters try to come up with outfits and special routines for their ring entrances. Sometimes they work. Sometimes they don’t. But I can’t think of any worse than Kenny’s. Can you top it? What would you say is the most embarrassing ring entrance? – Horror Fighter
It’s interesting that you use the word ‘embarrassing,’ Horror Fighter. Seems to us that the best way for a fighter to embarrass himself after an elaborate entrance is to lose, while if he wins it usually comes off okay. For example, when Dave Kaplan came bopping out to the sounds of “Tenderness” by General Public, that seemed kind of cool. Then he got his ass kicked by Junie Browning and suddenly it seemed way less cool. Of course, a really ballsy, well-planned, and clearly rehearsed entrance like Akihiro Gono’s Rockettes routine has the ability to surpass victory or defeat.