Jose Aldo just earned his ‘Unstoppable Frate Trane’ badge

It feels like I’m a member of an elite group of MMA geeks who spaz out on internet memes so unknown that I’ll probably never get laid for the rest of my life. Sorry about that guys. Let me enlighten you on where exactly all of this ‘frate trane’ nonsense originated from. Two years ago, a guy named jkdandforrestfan created a thread on The UG entitled ‘Brock Lesnar = unstoppable frate train‘ shortly after Lesnar put that brutal pounding on Heath Herring. The word ‘freight’ was so obviously misspelled, yet the author insisted that everyone was just ‘nitpicking’ over his ‘little typo’. For those of you who failed 3rd grade English, ‘Freight’ is nowhere near ‘Frate’. It’s like the dude hit the ‘ate’ key and accidentally pushed enter. I guess you had to be there (or just be an incredibly vigilant MMA geek) to understand.

Tonight, Jose Aldo did exactly what Rihanna told him to do in his walk-out song and effortlessly ran Sacramento by obliterating Urijah Faber in a unanimous decision. It was the best $50 I’ve lost betting on MMA. Jose Aldo started the fight by aiming his laser-guided scope directly at Faber’s left leg and kept it there for five rounds of brutal flesh lacerations. As Kimbo Slice would say, it takes a lot of ‘commitmentship’ to endure five rounds of absolute domination, but Faber held on long enough to have his hand not be raised by the ref. My god this Jose Aldo. Dude is 7-0 in WEC (17-1 in his MMA career) and there isn’t a single guy in WEC that can stop him. Now Bellator, that’s another story…

Published on April 25, 2010 at 4:48 am
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