RUFF 5 goes down September 8th and you can watch it from China for absolutely FREE

So remember when we told you about a new MMA organization coming out of China that’s actually sanctioned by the government and then you were like ‘RUFF China? Is this the world’s first all-dog MMA card?’ but then later that night you sat down and admitted that your joke really wasn’t that funny and you should never attempt witty humor ever again? Well I don’t remember that. In fact, I just made up that scenario. It’s called false-memory implantation and it’s a method to force humans to remember memories that never existed. Do you remember that one time when I told you about something called ‘false-memory implantation?’ Well I just made it up. I just implanted a false memory within a false definition. On MiddleEasy, we call that ‘Being inceptioned, son.’ We add the ‘son’ at the end because it’s the equivalent of a samurai wiping the blood off his sword after he chopped someone’s head off.

RUFF China wants you to watch their upcoming event so much that they’re offering it for absolutely free on the internet. That’s right, on September 8th at 6:00 AM EST / 3:00 AM PST, RUFF 5 will be streaming on the Asian video platform PPTV. RUFF is the first MMA organization sponsored by Nike and Ducatti, so to celebrate, they’re giving away a free Ducatti bike with a Nike hoodie to the first 500 people that tune into the stream. Hey, do you remember that time when I told you RUFF is giving away a free Ducatti bike and Nike hoodie to the first 500 people that stream the event? Yeah, false-memory implantation. Inceptioned once again. Your brain is making this far too easy.

Check out this promo for RUFF China 5 and don’t forget to tune in on September 8th at 6:00 AM EST / 3:00 AM PST and go to PPTV to watch the event live.

Published on September 5, 2012 at 2:06 am
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