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Joe Rogan thinks Brock Lesnar will [have intercourse] with James Toney

Joe Rogan thinks Brock Lesnar will [have intercourse] with James Toney

James Toney is a walking infomercial for why you should try your best to earn at least a B+ in high school English. It’s amazing that James Toney and I share the same ‘country of origin’ on our passports and supposedly speak the same language. The only words I understand that come out of his mouth are “You know what I’m sayin?” and that’s a pretty rhetorical question considering it’s coming from a man with a 72-6-3 professional boxing record. Thankfully, “Lights Out” hired a hype-man to stand behind him in his Youtube shout-outs and say “Look out!” and “That’s Right!” so he doesn’t have to keep repeating “You know what I’m sayin’?” Regardless of how effective this new assistant will turn out to be, whenever James Toney speaks, most people will continue to smile, nod and then ask their kids to translate it later. Don’t worry about the expletives, your kids probably already follow Dana White on Twitter.

It’s been well over a month since James Toney signed a multi-fight contract with the UFC and Dana White still has no idea what to do with him. Many of you forget how good this guy really is, but ‘Lights-Out’ knows exactly how good he is; and when he isn’t training for his UFC debut (i.e. everyday), he’s calling out every fighter on the planet including Fedor, Chuck Liddell, Kimbo Slice and Brock Lesnar. All those viral Youtube videos have done precisely nothing to help Joe Silva find James Toney his first opponent in the UFC. Joe Rogan, on the other hand, respects James Toney’s boxing but thinks Brock Lesnar might not be the best matchup for him. In fact, if it goes to the ground, Joe Rogan has some pretty explicit thoughts how he feels that fight would go…

 

Joe Rogan just set homophobic boxers transitioning into MMA back 15 years. Thanks Joe. Right when we think James Toney is going to come to the UFC and avoid the ground game, you have to hit us with your graphic (albeit rational) argument. Don’t be surprised if James Toney calls you out next (just kidding, keep reading Terence McKenna!).

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