Blast from the Past: Jeff Monson just became the king of all MMA promos with this video…

Jeff Monson is an anarchist which means if he ever walked into the FOX News studio, every news anchor’s head would ignite in a bloody mess of ‘fair and balanced.’ Anarchism scares most of the Western world, however we’re assuming anarchism is deathly afraid of Jeff Monson’s tattoos. The dude is protected by a force-field of ink, and each tattoo holds some intrinsic message that is most likely related to his political belief system. When we interviewed him, Monson gave us a five-minute explanation when we asked him how exactly anarchists could punish criminals if the political party stood for chaos. Feel free to read his answer here, or you can just imagine what you think he said and insert it into your short-term memory.

On January 14th 2009, Jeff Monson was charged with first-degree malicious mischief for vandalizing the Washington State Capitol by spray painting an anarchy symbol with the words ‘no poverty’ and ‘no war’ on two pillars. Just before he was arrested, Jeff Monson gave us one of the most bad-ass pictures of an dude named ‘The Snowman’, ever. A few months after this incident, Jeff Monson’s ex-girlfriend sent me a picture of him jumping in a bed, completely naked. Both events are completely unrelated, but it clearly shows that Monson could care less how your perception on cultural norms have been conditioned by a soulless society established on capitalism.

The year before Monson was convicted for tagging the Washington State Capital, he was preparing for an epic battle with The Smashing Machine, Mark Kerr. The entire event was streamed live on, and Monson even cut this memorable promo hyping the video. Ah, MMA back in the day — live it up, again.

Published on June 15, 2012 at 11:15 am
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