Act like you’ve been there before. No, act like Augusto Sakai. Always go full Augusto Sakai.
Of the 1,000s of reasons why we couldn’t be a professional fighter, somewhere in the 900s is our post-fight antics. We would a spend a significant portion of our eight week training camp figuring our our best end zone dance. To the point where our coaches would give up teaching us anymore.
We would also spend way too much time testing out and choreographing our walkout.
There is a lot of differences between us and Brazilian heavyweight Saki but we do share a passion for an epic post-fight victory dance.
The 27-year-old big man moved to 12-1-1 with his win over Chase Sherman (you may remember him from such social media sites such as Twitter dot com). Saki’s third round TKO win came on the Fox Sports 2 undercard portion of UFC Fight Night: Santos vs. Anders/UFC Fight Night 137/ UFC Sao Paulo backslash that UFC card you forgot about on Saturday night.
We don’t know much about Saki but he is now officially Team MiddleEasy thanks to his brutal mocking of Sherman after his win. It was Saki’s first win in the UFC and he lived it up.
He also mimed slowly cutting off Sherman’s head. Then he took his opponent’s fake air head and proceeded to punt it into the Brazilian crowd. We assume Chase Sherman’s head traveled a great distance into the Sao Paulo night.
Check out Saki being Saki below. Be still our beating heart, we think we have a new chunky heavyweight man-crush.
— JASON EDGE (@Doubt_Evrything) September 23, 2018