Stephan Bonnar connects with a flying spinning back kick at the UFC 153 open workouts in the most improperly filmed video in MMA history

My god, who knew the iPhone had a ‘Dwarven Warrior’ aspect ratio? The only reason to film anything and then stretch it is if you’re filming really tall people and want to show them what they would look like if they inhabited a planet with a higher gravity than earth. There’s no need to adjust your computer monitors. You’ll just end up breaking something and then blaming it on your roommate the next day. This video of the UFC 153 open workouts featuring Stephan Bonnar really is that condensed. Chael Sonnen would say the 16:9 ratio hasn’t been invented yet in Brazil — or that the engineers are too busying feeding carrots to buses in order develop their television technology. Just pretend like there is nothing wrong with this video and instead, the problem is within you perceiving the video. Better yet, take an Aspirin — then click play. You’ll thank me later. If you don’t, you’re an ungrateful son-of-a…

If you think Stephan Bonnar can’t pull off his very own ninja-like antics, then somebody lied to you. Bonnar watched the same cheesy kung-fu films as Anderson Silva. He knows how to properly yell (and pose) after pulling off an unbelievable strike. Give this man a pair of nunchucks and he’ll end up — accidentally knocking everyone in the head. Check out this UFC 153 open workout video in which Stephan Bonnar actually pulls off a flying spinning back kick KO that connects with his training partner.

Published on October 12, 2012 at 2:33 am
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