ARLOVSKI: (Laughs) Yeah. It was funny. Actually, it was a really popular T-shirt in Bulgaria. When Leo flew back to Chicago, I asked him, ‘Can you bring a box of these T-shirts because everybody wants that T-shirt, ‘How’s taste my pee pee.’
I know my English is not good, and I tried to, you know, like on TV when they tell bad words it [sounds] like ‘beep beep beep,’ but it sounds like pee pee … It’s all good.
No, Andrei, it’s certainly not all good. You mean to say that your lovably child-like diss on Tim Sylvia was just an awkward attempt to bleep yourself? Our world = crashing down. But we do have to give the Pitbull props for his support of the Jews:
Of course I’m interested … But more importantly for me is to have a rematch against Fedor. Like I said, I am beginning on my road to chase him everywhere. And I’m going to chase him, because if he’s a true champion and like he said, ‘I got a victory over Arlovski for all my orthodox fans,’ I just want to fight him again. I want to fight not only for my orhtodox fans, I want to fight for my Catholic, Muslim, Jewish fans … Just all my fans. To me, it sounds kind of hypocritical when he said, ‘I got a victory for all my orthodox fans.’ MMA is an international sport and I just want to fight for my fans; it doesn’t matter. I’m from Belarus, but my second home is the US, so I just want to fight for my fans. I just wish that nobody can beat him until I have a rematch against him.
Well sure, MMA is welcoming of all religions, but the sport was founded on Russian Orthodox values. Check the history books if you don’t believe me…