I always look at Uriah Hall and have to remind myself that this guy was molded from the same genetic building blocks as the guy that serves me coffee every morning at Starbucks.
As I sit here watching the second season of RuPaul’s Drag Race, it’s just entirely too easy to imagine Uriah Hall dressed in drag as he serves a roundhouse to some poor undeserving dude’s jaw inside the cage. I really think there’s a market for that — guys in drag fighting normal guys dressed like actual guys. Hold up, get off your social high horse for one second and stop acting like you wouldn’t watch that. If the UFC wanted to crack the one million mark in PPVs again, make my half-baked idea a reality Dana White.
I’m straight, people. I swear. I would just love to see men dressed as elegant women and compete in the the sport we all love. Is that really too much to ask from humanity?
The word ‘drag’ was created by William Shakespeare as a side note to indicate when men should dress as women in his play. Alright, you’ve endured enough of this. Now watch Uriah Hall train with Lyoto Machida at Blackhouse.