Before the world self-destructs on December 12, 2012 (or whatever date the Mayan calender ran out of batteries), Brian Ebersole needs to be on The Joe Rogan Experience. This shouldn’t even be something that we’re proposing by now. Ebersole should have been a guest on Joe Rogan’s podcast months ago. In our interview with TWAS earlier this year, he told us that shortly after he fought in the IFL (on eleven days notice) he failed his drug test in California due to eating marijuana cookies. In his mini-biography (that he told us in an actual timeline format), Ebersole remembers the exact date in which he had his first Southern Comfort experience at Eastern Illinois University, and it wasn’t a positive one. Basically what we’re trying to say is Brian Ebersole has more interesting stories than you have a subversive love and appreciation for the Thundarr the Barbarian franchise.
Tiger Muay-Thai in Thailand has been home to Brian Ebersole while he prepares for his third fight under the ZUFFA banner, this time at UFC 140. Rory MacDonald was slated to face Ebersole but was forced to pull out due to an injury. Now Canada’s 14-1, Claude Patrick, has been slated to take who The UG calls ‘The White Anderson Silva.’ Actually, we call him that too — and there’s nothing you can do about it but give us a round of applause.