When I lived in Wales, I met this dude who legally changed his name to ‘General Bison Megatron’. He no longer had a last name. People would call him Megatron for short. Adding ‘General’ to the beginning of any name tends to elevate it’s testosterone level, unless that name is Chad Griggs. In which case, adding ‘Chad Griggs’ to the beginning of ‘General’ causes some testosterone-filled dimensional paradox that forces everyone in the vicinity to grow chest hair regardless of gender. For the first time in his career, Bobby Lashley will face an opponent that is 8-1, has never been to a decision, holds a 87.5% KO ratio, made one of his opponents verbally submit through strikes in under a minute and to place the topping on the metaphorical cake, he’s a Tucson firefighter. Check out this clip of Chad Griggs against Steve Sayegh in Rage in the Cage 101 at the Desert Diamond Casino, a place where I’ve drunkenly lost rent money on a number of occasions.
Go to the 1:30 mark for the beginning of the fight. [Source]