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Chris Weidman says he understands the brain and it gives him an edge on his competition

Chris Weidman says he understands the brain and it gives him an edge on his competition

Chris Weidman lives in a double-weid — DOWN BY THE RIVER.

I could do this all day, but then I’ll run out of ideas for Chris Weidman banner articles — and there’s four days left until UFC 162. Can’t use them all in one article. It’ll be highly irresponsible of me, and when it comes to making fun of the way Chris Weidman’s last name is pronounced, high responsibility is paramount. I don’t even drink and make fun of Weidman’s last name. That’s just being out of control.

Look folks, we aren’t here to tell you what you should believe. I’m sure you can develop your own opinions by now. What we simply do at MiddleEasy is provide you with interesting news, and then let you decide. Today we present Chris Weidman, the mentalist. Check out what our buds at Sexto Round captured of Weidman breaking down the fine aspects of the fight game.

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