If you’re not familiar with the Cowboys Stadium that awkwardly sits in the middle of Arlington, Texas, then just know that it’s host to the world’s largest HDTV. If you wanted to sneak in your Xbox and rock some Halo 3 then you’re too late, someone already beat you to it. The stadium can accommodate a mind-numbing 80,000 occupants and back in 2010, Dana White wanted to sell out each and every one of those seats. He probably still does, but at one point in 2010, he wanted to also. Dana White simultaneously wanted to sell out the Cowboys Stadium at one interval of time in 2010 and perhaps another interval of time this year. That would make Dana White operational in a quantum mechanical universe. If you don’t have a basic understanding of theoretical science, then all of that is nonsense. If you’ve mastered theoretical science, then all of that is complete nonsense.
Unfortunately at the height of his career, Michael Irvin never competed inside the illustrious Cowboys Stadium. It wasn’t even conceived it. Cowboys Stadium was in its infancy, similar to the state of MMA back in 1993 when Irvin was pulling down passes from Troy Aikman for the Dallas Cowboys to win their second consecutive Superbowl. Earlier this week at the UFC Fighter Summit in Las Vegas, Irvin gave a speech to a room filled with fighters, and JZ Cavalcante filmed the entire thing. That’s new, fighters being videographers. LayzieTheSavage needs to evolve.