As I was about to pay my ‘Moons of my Hammy‘ bill at Dennys last night this guy storms in the front door, points out a guy sitting at a booth and yells ‘Let’s do this!’. The guy at the booth takes a sip of orange juice, jumps out of his seat and meets the guy at the front of the cash register. Something was about to go down and all I could think of was my phone doesnt have video. All of a sudden, the guy (formly known as ‘the guy in the booth’) swings at other dude catching him with a surprise right hook. Dude goes down. All of their friends jump in, headlocks are being pulled, uppercuts are being missed and out of nowhere this old biker guy, must have been like 55, hops over the table and starts methodically kicking everyone’s ass without remorse. Dude was throwing guys out the door, hammer fisting guys in the jaw, choking out dudes and then slamming their limp bodies on the tile. After biker guy’s wrath was done, he turns around, looks at the audience of people who are all on the edge of their seat, raises his hands above his head and screams ‘That’s for Michael Jackson. Rest in peace bad boy‘. Dude walks out, get on his bike and leaves. He didnt even pay for his meal. How could I make that up?
Moral of the story is, if you’re a guy that calls out people, watch out for older guys that may knock you out (UFC 100 Hendo vs. Bisping). Love him or hate him, Bisping is in your life for the remainder of the year with The Ultimate Fighter. Our buds at StudioMMA caught up with him last week after the premiere of the show and it appears that Bisping had more than a few drinks during the event. [Source]