Marina Shafir picked up another first round submission in under a minute, check it out

Later this afternoon I have a meeting with the International MMA Fighter Nickname Committee (IMFNC) and the itinerary for this week is changing Marina Shafir’s monicker of ‘The Supernova from Moldova’ which is solely due to a complaint we received from Neil deGrasse Tyson calling Shafir’s nickname simply ‘bad science.’ A supernova is a celestial explosion that emits more light than the sun will give in its entire lifetime. A supernova can happen by either a star collapsing, or by a sudden nuclear reaction in a star that was once perceived dead. In both scenarios, these events can only happen to dead or decaying masses of stars that were once vibrant.

Marina, you’re twenty-five, undefeated, and you’re buds/training partners with one of the greatest female fighters to ever live — it’s a little too early to call yourself a dying star.

Although the IMFNC meets up later today to find a new nickname for Marina Shafir, you should probably watch her Tuff-N-Uff fight from last weekend in which she finished another opponent in less than a minute.

Published on December 2, 2013 at 9:15 pm
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