Keith Jardine somehow gets the draw over Gegard Mousasi

Whenever a job application inquiries what talents I have, it’s tough to hold back from telling them I know all the words to every song from the Wu-Tang Forever album. One day that’s going to be a recognized talent. I can play Contra really well, that needs to be approved. I can get an extra couple of cheese sticks when I order six. That’s a talent too that has a tasty reward if marinara sauce is involved. I got another talent, I can eat a cheese stick without marinara sauce. Regardless of what my work resume looks like, Keith Jardine’s is infinitely better. The guy’s been a firefighter, personal trainer, actor, miner and bounty hunter. Tonight at Strikeforce: Diaz vs. Daley, Keith Jardine takes on another job as having one of the most controversial draws in Strikeforce history.

That’s not exactly a job, more of a title. A title that people will reference for the rest of 2011. I think it’s sheer coincidence that in ZUFFA’s first major Strikeforce show, there’s an incredibly inaccurate draw. If any of you believe Gegard Mousasi did not obtain a victory in tonight’s fight, I will sit down with a glass of wine and read your potentially lengthy explanation. Go ahead, I’ll be here.

Published on April 10, 2011 at 2:48 am
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