Herschel Walker best resembles Jesus Christ if he only adhered to a strict diet of soup and salads. Too bad Jesus was busy creating a future template of society and didn’t have time to scrap in whatever cage was available during his lifetime. In an interview on the Howard Stern show earlier this year, Herschel claimed that he only sleeps four hours a day, eats only a meal of salad, soup and bread and on top of everything, the guy performs 2,500 sit-ups and 1,500 push-ups every morning.
If you’re reading this, there’s a good chance Herschel Walker is older than your dad. In his MMA debut, he dominated a twenty-six year old in the cage — probably just like your dad. However, unlike your father, he never forced you to cut the grass when you were recovering from a hangover after your senior prom. He also never told you that you threw like a [expletive] after you lost your 5th grade little league divisional football game. Regardless, Herschel Walker showed the world that old-man strength does exist and if properly utilized, it will keep you on the mat like some infantile couch potato.
Just a few hours ago, ESPN revealed that Herschel Walker’s second opponent for his upcoming December 4th Strikeforce bout will be former WEC fighter, 4-1 Scott Carson. No more of this TBA stuff. Herschel Walker has a legit opponent, which offsets the crew of legit fighters he trains with at AKA. [Source]