There are some things in life that are just givens. A girl with a very low cut shirt walks by-all men and honestly most women’s eyes are instantly drawn to the cleavage. It’s a given. Today while Bauzen is awake he will think about tacos in any derivative of definition at least 12 times today. This too, is a given. If I am anywhere near people throwing balls around or other projectile things, I am going to get hit in the face. Trust me-this also, is a given. I don’t know why, but these are things that just happen without any real scientific explanation.
Daniel Cormier just announced last night via his twitter that he has a broken hand as a result of his Strikeforce GP fight with Antonio BigFoot Silva this weekend.
This could mean a setback in training for Cormier for the GP final fight against Josh Barnett and although that part is disappointing news, ithe broken hand shouldn’t be surprising news at all. Broken hands happen all the time in fighting but if you are going to fight someone whose DNA morphed him into a human version of the Easter Island Moai statues, well then broken bones are probably a given.
The only thing that could knock over a Moai statue was a powerful cyclone way back in the 1960’s and the only thing that’s been able to knock over Antonio Silva in six years of professional fighting has been Eric Pele back in 2006 and now Daniel Cormier’s fist. Let’s hope Cormier’s fist heals up quickly and the the Strikeforce tourny completion doesn’t end up in jeopardy yet again.