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Say hello to the UFC Heavyweight interim belt…again

Say hello to the UFC Heavyweight interim belt…again

Yesterday, Dana White announced that plans for the UFC Heavyweight interim belt are already being ‘worked on’ with a rumored bout between Shane Carwin and Cain Velasquez taking place early next year. There, end of story. If you don’t want to hear about the time I came back from Mexico in a taxi with one shoe or the day when cops found me on top of a mountain outside of Tucson, Arizona completely out of my mind then this is where you stop reading. If you are still reading and were expecting me to tell you about the time I came back from Mexico in a taxi with one shoe or the day when cops found me on top of a mountain outside of Tucson, Arizona completely out of my mind then you will be disappointed…because I’m not telling you. Maybe some other time, but just not right now. One day I will catch you reading some significant story on MiddleEasy and just drop some incoherent nonsense about the day French police accused me of trafficking drugs across the English channel. Yeah, one day I will do that…in the meantime Dana White announced Brock Lesnar had minor surgery and is back home while he recovers for several days before undergoing a routine medical check-up.

For everyone that wished death upon Brock Lesnar, he has a little something for you that begins with ‘fists’ and ends with ‘you tapping out in a puddle of blood on the ground’. For once, having a UFC interim belt actually makes sense. Dude went a full round with mono and eventually got KOd by a intestinal disorder (diverticulitis) that we never knew existed (nor can anyone pronounce). You can’t strip the belt from a guy that has a recoverable illness. That would be like you staying up until 2am on the last level of Streets of Rage 2 and your idiot friend that lives next to you trips over the controller, slamming your Sega on the floor. Damn you Ian. [Source]  

 

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