Gegard Mousasi is like the hottest thing right now. That’s a pretty ignorant way to start off a story but when it comes to a 6’1″ tall Armenian dude that has the power of the entire Fantastic Four wrapped up in his fists — you’re pretty much forced to preface everything with ‘the hottest thing’. If this story were about Kim Kardashian, it would have the same introduction. Kim Kardashian is also Armenian but unlike Mousasi, her superpowers do not lie within her fists. Instead, her superpowers have been concentrated entirely in her ass. If asses were the evolutionary line of mankind, her ass would be the first fish that decided to walk on land. Kim Kardashian’s ass has thoroughly revolutionized the world and it’s safe to say every guy is grateful for her parents having unprotected sex 30 years ago.
If you’re not entirely sold on Ovince St. Preux being one of, if not the best light heavyweight prospect Strikeforce has to offer, then perhaps his appearance in EA Sports MMA will cement any doubts you’ve had towards OSP. By now, someone has undoubtedly made him on the create-a-fighter feature on the EA Sports MMA ‘Fighter Share’. After this article, I’ll rush over to my Xbox 360 with the intentions of investigating, but will probably get sidetracked by some bright reflection emanating off my living room window. If intelligence was measured by the duration of one’s attention span, I would have the IQ of a warm jar of mayonnaise.
Both of these fighters will be locked in a cage and will hit each other as hard as possible on December 17th in Strikeforce, and we’re assuming the winner of this bout will — who knows, go to UFC? Be the light heavyweight champion? With Dan Henderson re-signing with UFC, we’re not sure what’s going on with Strikeforce’s 205 lb division. Let’s look at the facts here: Mousasi sprinkled with a little OSP will result in some combustible and uncontrolled reaction that will play out nicely on your television. [Source]