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Jake Shields defeats Ed Herman by smothering his soul with ground control

Jake Shields defeats Ed Herman by smothering his soul with ground control

That’s it. I’m done eating meat. That banner on the side on MiddleEasy is just impossible to ignore. If you click on the image, you’ll be taken to a website that will make you regurgitate anything that you’ve eaten within a five-hour time span. Today I will embark my voyage into the land of vegetarianism, just like UFC welterweight contender Jake Shields. PETA even used the guy in an ad campaign last year, as well as Mac Danzig. I’m finished with meat, folks and it’s all attributed to that inescapable ad on MiddleEasy. By default by converting to vegetarianism, my wrestling should elevate to the level of Jake Shields in his match against Ed Herman.

We’re sure Francisco over at DstryrSG is going to dive head first into this bout since it was comprised entirely of ground play. In fact, nothing satisfies my palette more than two men on top of each other for nearly fifteen minutes. In the end, Jake Shields used his body to completely control everything about Ed Herman — including his past, present, and future. Props to Shields on a resounding win, and if anyone sees Gilbert Melendez at Jake’s after party, be sure to tell him that I have a green MiddleEasy shirt shrink wrapped, waiting for him.

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