It takes people a while to give into a fad; and once they do, it’s important that they find ways to make it look like they’ve been into that fad for a long time to avoid running the risk of looking like hipsters. I’m talking about your ‘organic connection with your fixed-gear bike’ and all the suppressed years of creativity articulated by filters on your Instagram account. Pat yourself on the back if your bike has gears and you know how to adjust the aperture on your camera. You’re cooler than the people who are trying to be cool and you should reward yourself with a PBR while I roll you a cigarette. If you failed to catch my sarcasm, you’re a hipster. Sorry if I tricked you. Please don’t lock yourself in your room with an Arcade Fire album, it’s not that serious. At least all of you know what you’re talking about when it comes to MMA. You’re not just getting into it like the folks doing this FOX News Atlanta story. In fact, you’d think that by now FOX would know something about the sport that they signed a seven year broadcasting partnership with. But if you made that assumption, you’re giving too much credit. Here’s Rashad Evans giving the people of Atlanta a crash course about what this whole ‘Ultimate Fighting’ thing is.