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Douglas Lima is trying to take the Bellator belt from Ben Askren tonight so why not watch him prep his hair for a fight

Douglas Lima is trying to take the Bellator belt from Ben Askren tonight so why not watch him prep his hair for a fight

We like fresh haircuts here at MiddleEasy and we like Genghis Con videos so a video of Bellator’s Douglas Lima getting a fresh cut at one of the hottest barber shops in Atlanta made by Genghis Con really floats the little imaginary boats floating in our brain matter. We aren’t hard to please around here-its the little things in life that get us excited. I guess that means we are a really cheap date. For example, if you don’t have access to any obscure street mma videos and you want to get lucky with Jason Nawara, just make him a grilled cheese sandwich and show him videos of Corgi dogs on Youtube. It’s really that easy.

If you really want to go the extra mile and get bonus points with us you will be as stoked about the Bellator 64 Welterweight championship fight that goes down tonight between Ben Askren and Douglas Lima. Lima is excited about this fight and talked to Sherdog.com recently about how he envisions taking the belt from Ben Askren:

“I have thought about this fight a million times, over and over in my head, I think about everything. I think about me stopping his takedown and landing a big right hand and knocking him out. I think about me catching him with a head kick or submitting him. I just keep seeing myself getting the win. It doesn’t really matter how I win this fight as long as I get that belt wrapped around my waist when it’s all said and done.”

“I think Ben is a great competitor. The guy is tough, and he has an awesome wrestling background. He is an Olympic wrestler. He also has really good jiu-jitsu, and his striking is coming along really good. I expect a really tough fight from him. I’ve been training really hard for this fight with Ben, so I’m definitely coming to get that belt.”

You can check out the prelims streaming live at 7p EST on Spike.com and the main card will be televised starting at 8pm EST on MTV2 and EPIX Sports. [source]

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