If somehow you wake up one morning in the form of a tree or another arboreal object -- heads up -- there's a guy named 'Bucky Boyd' and wants to decimate your existence and he will 'hit you so hard that it will feel like you were hit with a car.' That's his own words of course, minus the West Virginia drawl. Technology has advanced tremendously in the past thirty years, but scientists still haven't quite nailed down the West Virginia dialect in keyboard form. If you would like to recreate any of Bucky Boyd's statements, it's best to fill your mouth with Skittles and then read that previous sentence like you forgot the meaning of each word in the middle of saying it.
According to something called 'Rough and Rowdy Brawl,' there's a guy named 'Tree' that allegedly defeated Bucky Boyd by hitting him in the back of the head when 'he wasn't paying attention.' This has warranted a highly sought after rematch that was temporarily halted when Bucky couldn't make it to the venue because he was injured. Fortunately for all those West Virginians out there, Bucky Boyd vs. Tree II will finally be held at the Welch Armory March 1-2 of this year.
In a perfect world, my bank account would be infinite and I would fly all of you MiddleEasy readers out to see this event. However, the best I could do is to show you this maniacal promo Bucky Boyd cut of his upcoming fight. Props to FightLinker for the find.
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