‘Espionage and cotton gauze’ is a name of a book I would write if some publisher wanted me to write it. Otherwise, I would just spend my idle time playing Halo and watching re-runs of ‘Gummi Bears‘ on my computer. Gummi Bears is an interesting show for the simple fact that an entire civilization of beings were fueled by ‘Gummi Berry Juice,’ a secret beverage that enables you to bend the fabric of time and space. While that may seem interesting, it pales in comparison to Cesar Gracie’s insinuation on The MMA Hour that there was a spy in Nick Diaz’s camp that reported back to Georges St. Pierre.
“It was really weird because Nick does stuff that’s very unique and he hasn’t even (done it in fights), he does it in grappling,” Gracie said. “It was kind of like wait a minute, this guy is like one step ahead, he knows exactly (what was going to happen).”
Gracie didn’t place the blame on photos like Diaz did, instead he stated that it was “almost like someone from our team or something, not a current member (told GSP something). I don’t know, it was one of those things, but I don’t want to make out an issue at all.”
The only name that comes to mind would be Caio Terra, a guy that used to train at Gracie Fighter but left the gym in order to train Carlos Condit to take on Nick Diaz. Unfortunately this article doesn’t come with a complimentary tin hat to keep the radio antennas from spying into your brain. Props to FightLine for the transcription.