(How awesome was the retro promo that preceded the conference? Finally, the UFC’s marketing department is making an effort.)
We’re not going to insult anyone’s intelligence; you all know what’s going down this Saturday at UFC 146. There may have been endless change ups, Twitter campaigns, and even change ups involving members of the aforementioned Twitter campaigns, but this weekend promises to be an, excuse the overused term, epic night of fights based on body mass alone.
In fact, we’d be surprised if you were still reading this, knowing that there is really nothing more we can write to convince you where to place your money, who to root for based on the roughness of their upbringing alone, or whether or not the winner will do something incredibly stupid afterward. But just in case you are, here are a few things we took away from the conference:
2. Stefan Struve thinks that, in retrospect, it’s amazing that he fought JDS at just 21 years old. I would’ve gone with “horrifying,” but perhaps that’s why I’m a blogger, not a blogger/fighter. In time, Potato Nation.
3. Despite all the brain scramblings he’s suffered over the past few years, Frank Mir can still articulate himself better than most politicians.
Any last words?