Houston Alexander headed back to the UFC in December

If you don’t like Houston Alexander, then your kids probably should. Back in May, Houston Alexander was walking to his car after a productive morning of knocking dudes out in 48 seconds. As Alexander walked back, he noticed a little girl trapped in a Chevy Lumina crying her eyes out. So the dude did what everyone would do if they found a child inside a car, break into the vehicle, grab the girl and go door to door to look for her parents. Normally that’s called kidnapping in the lower 48 states but in Houston Alexander’s case you just have to climb on top of the nearest lamp post and say ‘That’s the coolest thing I’ve ever seen in my life’.

So after his ridunkucrazylious knock-out of Sherman Pendergarst at Adrenaline IV, everyone realized that Houston Alexander was still Houston Alexander. I can’t imagine a scenario in which anyone would ever forget. Houston Alexander debuted on the UFC scene with a 48 second knockout of Keith ‘Technoviking’ Jardine at UFC 71 followed by a first round knockout of Alessio Sakara (dude even got a ‘Knockout of the Night’ bonus). He then had a temporarily lapse in Houston Alexanderism and lost his next three UFC fights. The UFC then did something that we will probably never see again. They kept him in their organization but allowed him to fight in a smaller promotion. If he pulled a W in Adrenaline IV, he was allowed to return to the UFC. Well he’s fulfilled his contractual obligation to stick his forearm through a person’s skull and now we can expect to see Houston Alexander back in the octagon as early as December. And that, my friend, is why if you see a child in a car…grab them. It could mean your second wind in the UFC (we’re kidding. If you see a child crying in the car, just point and laugh. It builds self-esteem). [Source]

Published on September 26, 2009 at 10:31 pm
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