For the life of me, I can’t get over the fact that Krazy Horse was not selected to be on this season of The Ultimate Fighter. Based on that statement, I’m dead. The afterlife is highly-overrated. It looks a lot like Xenia, Ohio around here and everyone has a strong fascination with The Phantom of Paradise. Stay alive, this place is a complete letdown.
It’s no longer Krazy Horse folks. Western civilization may never be the same. It’s Kid Khaos and it’s disrespectful to use any other pseudonym. Back in November of 2009, Krazy Horse changed his nick name to Kid Khaos in order to be a ‘role model.’ In the interview, Krazy Horse mentioned that ‘he’s training, committing himself to the sport, cleaning up his image and hopefully heading into the best part of his career’. To make this transition, the nickname ‘Kid Khaos’ was ‘meant to be calmer and more controlled than his former incarnation.’ A few months after he made that statement, Kid Khaos was arrested because he used a pipe to hit a dude at his gym.
If Kid Khaos is the future, expect humanity to rock threads made out of scrap metal and ride dirt bikes through the desert, Mad Max style.
Admit it, you had no idea this was Kid Khaos’ fifth fight this year. We’re not going to ruin it for you, but many of you must remember this is the same guy that knocked out KJ Noons in Elite XC and Yoshiro Maeda back in Pride. Check out the fight below and props to CagePotato for the find.