I'm still curious why someone would drop $300,000 on a Rolls Royce Phantom when you can get a 1994 Twin-Turbo Toyota Supra for a fraction of that price. It's nearly twenty years old and still the greatest marvel of automotive technology the world has ever witnessed. Heck, you could even take the rest of that cash and purchase a three-bedroom house in Missoula, Montana so you can spend your Friday afternoons talking to Ben Fowlkes about the ethics of eating grasss-fed cattle.
However if you're Cincinnati Bengals defense end Wallace Gilberry, you can just take your $300,000 car and put it on the line in Alan Belcher's upcoming fight against Michael Bisping. Gilberry says that if Michael Bisping does in fact serve Belcher a first-round KO, he will give the car to The Count. Yeah, it's as ridiculous as you think it is. Check out the video below.