Somewhere in this universe there is an MMA Math formula that definitively states how we are going to see something incredible in this new main event of UFC 153. Let’s try to work this out… Stephan Bonnar had the fight with Forrest Griffin that turned around the UFC and saved the company yada yada, dude’s always willing to bang, he gets bloody all the time and he’s from the old school. This is his retirement fight and Bonnar isn’t afraid to go out on his shield into the Brazilian night. Completely unrelated, but a spice that may add to this equation: my wife thinks he lived a previous life as a boxer in the mid 1930’s. Now add that to what Anderson Silva did to the man he lost two exciting decisions to back in the day and…
I’m really not sure what we are about to see here. But I guess I’m down to watch it. Actually, yeah, hell yeah I’m down.
I may not be mathematically inclined enough to understand the all of the variables in the opening paragraph and what they may lead to, but I know enough MMA Math formulas to hypothesize that we are going to see something we probably won’t forget for years to come, and when it comes down to it, that’s all that really matters right? Unless you are a nihilist. Then nothing matters. But then you are also a coward.
Here’s the retooled UFC 153 card:
- Light heavyweight fight: Anderson Silva Vs. Stephan Bonnar
- Glover Teixeira Vs. Fabio Maldonad
- Returning Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira Vs. Dave Herman
- Erick Silva vs Jon Fitch
- Phil Davis vs Wagner Prado II
- Demian Maia vs Rick Story