So the Houston Rockets really loved watching UFC 166, especially Diego Sanchez

We can all admit Shaq was pretty impressive in his MMA debut in the Sega classic ‘Shaq Fu.‘ Armed with his high flaming roundhouse kick and of course the Shaq-urikin (perhaps the most overpowered move in any game), he mowed through his enemies as he was trapped in the ‘Second World’ (amazing story line, Christopher Nolan take note).  We all know about Big Daddy’s desire to take on Big Asian Daddy Hong Man Choi and Light-Big Daddy Chuck Liddell. There’s a video out there of Shaq testing his stand up on a cardboard cut-out of Chuck Liddell. After he eventually knocks it down, Shaq taunts the cardboard as if he was unaware that it was an inanimate object. But will any of the Houston Rockets take up the mat instead of the court in he immediate future? Probably not. They’re too busy admiring Diego Sanchez and ‘that other guy’ in this CSNHouston video. Check it out.

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Published on October 22, 2013 at 6:23 pm
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