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Rampage Jackson and Tito Ortiz acted like 8th graders after the Bellator conference, and we can’t get enough of it

Rampage Jackson and Tito Ortiz acted like 8th graders after the Bellator conference, and we can’t get enough of it

Juvenile behavior is completely acceptable if you’re under the age of 16, or your name is actually ‘Juvenile,’ the rapper from Cash Money Millionaires. If a guy is named Juvenile, people shouldn’t be surprised if in 2002 he assaulted his barber over allegations that he bootleged his music. Nor should they be shocked when in 2010 he was arrested for marijuana possession, or the fact that he hasn’t paid his child support in over five years. All this behavior should be expected — I mean the dude made a song called ‘Back That Thang Up’ for Christ’s sake.

Christ’s sake — what the hell does that idiom even mean? Did I just make a blasphemy for even using ‘hell’ and ‘Christ’ in the same sentence? Better question, do you ‘make’ blasphemy — or do ‘pull’ blasphemy? Far too many questions to ask myself this late at night. I better just show you this video of Rampage Jackson and Tito Ortiz clowning each other after the Bellator pre-fight press conference.

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