Wake up you day dreamers. There's already head bashing to view this early in the afternoon -- this time in a brief seven-second interval. On December 7th, Ben Pierre-Saint used the law of thermodynamic and expended the least amount of energy for the greatest result when he knocked out his opponent in just seven seconds at Shine MMA 2 in Bemidji, Minnesota. That's more time it takes you to realize the ending of this season of Boardwalk Empire was a letdown. However, seven seconds is still less time it take one to wince in pain at the removal of an in-grown hair. Check out what happens if you slip a punch, feel confident, and disregard to keep your hands up at all times. Props to decapitationstation for the +100 news tip.
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