Cole Konrad goes by the moniker ‘Polar Bear,’ which is interesting considering there are no polar bears in his hometown of Appleton, Wisconsin. It’s safe to say that Cole Konrad has never seen an actual polar bear, nor has the person that granted him that nickname. Cole Konrad’s nickname operates solely on the assumption that polar bears exist. In fact, everything that we know about a polar bear comes from National Geographic. No one can claim that they’ve seen a polar bear, and if you do, I still wouldn’t believe you. The only tangible evidence we have of polar bears existing is Cole Konrad’s 9-0 record obtained within just two years of his professional MMA career. After last night’s title defense, we now know that polar bears have the ability to kimura massive former US soldiers in exactly one minute.
Congrats goes out to Cole Konrad for being the first (and only) person to ever wear Bellator’s heavyweight belt. We also witnessed the final of the lightweight tournament as well as a pretty stunning end to the bantamweight semi-final bout between Hiroshi Nakamura and Luis Nogueira, but you’re going to have to watch the highlight video below to truly understand what I’m referring to. Hey, we’re not going to ruin it for you.