It’s the Miguel Torres rule. Chase Sherman, Colby Covington should take note as we continue to yell in the void “MMA fighters are not comedians, MMA fighters are not pro wrestlers”.
Sure fighters can enjoy comedy and think they’re funny around their gym buddies. This does not make you funny on Twitter.
Fighters could have grown up pro wrestling fans and continue to be fans to this day. This does not mean fighters should think they can run pro wrestling angles on social media.
In compleltly related news, here’s Chase Sherman, Colby Covington arguing about pro wrestling on Twitter and it’s the worst thing.
— Colby Covington (@ColbyCovMMA) December 17, 2017
I'm #3 in the world nerd. 3, as in the number of times you've been KO'd. 3 as in L's on ur 2-3 UFC record. After my next fight I'm gonna be wearing gold. After urs, ur gonna be waking up from another KO loss and applying for a job to bag @mattjackson13 @nickjacksonyb at @hottopic
— Colby Covington (@ColbyCovMMA) December 18, 2017
I retweeted it so the cops would see I was very remorseful after you called and reported me.
— Chase Sherman (@ChaseShermanUFC) December 18, 2017
The thread goes on and on and on. It never stops. We have to tap out for own sanity. A 30 person Royal Rumble but for the worst MMA follows on social media.