I wonder where along the linguistic timeline did Canadians start pronouncing their words with extra vowels in the middle for no apparent reason. It must be some evolutionary trait left over to unnecessarily complicate the work of sixth grade English teachers across North America. Tonight on Tapout Radio, Sarah Kaufman utilized her British Colombian accent to further analyze Erin Toughill’s seemingly erratic behavior.
“I think she says she’s #2 [ranked] at 145 and again, I don’t know how she can be ranked at 145 because…she can’t make 145.”
“It was ridiculous. I really did like Olsen’s retort though ‘put down the fork and put on the running shoes and get over to Houston’. Short and to the point.”
“I actually think that Erin made things a lot worse for herself by trying to say that Shana is the one that’s not professional and then the big, long rant was definitely over the top.”
“I think she wants the attention. But if she wanted to fight and she wanted to fight at 145, she would definitely make some changes in her lifestyle in between fights. Six weeks out, you should be able to make weight. If you know six weeks out that you’re not making weight, you probably shouldn’t fight in that division.”
We’re still waiting for Erin Toughill to release her thesis on why Shana Olsen is ‘ruining the sport of MMA’ via Facebook profile update. Don’t be surprised if Sarah Kaufman catches some shrapnel from whatever keyboard Erin Toughill decides to write her dissertation on. [Source]