Sometimes when I want to waste an incredible amount of time on innocuous stuff, I spend nights wondering if Steven Seagal is familiar with the acoustic styling of Lil’ Debbie and Riff Raff. Granted, he probably taught them the inner-science of rocking gold teeth while wearing an ironic and colorful shirt. Ah, this Steven Seagal. He truly is the king of everything — and that’s one monarchy I can believe in. Everything is at his grasp, and if it’s not, it’s because he told it to stay out of his reach. Hopefully one day Steven Seagal will teach my AC unit inside my place how to work properly because it’s ridiculously hot in Los Angeles right now. Chilling completely naked in a church doesn’t seem that far fetched anymore.
Steven Seagal appeared on this morning’s The MMA Hour to talk about the wonderful abilities he taught Anderson Silva, as well as predicting that The Spider will knockout Chris Weidman in the third round.
(Silva’s) had some pretty tough times. It was not a cake walk with Chael Sonnen when he was injured badly. That was a real tough time. I don’t think it gets too much tougher than that. So do I think it’ll be the toughest (fight of his career)? No. But I think this kid (Weidman) is a great kid, great fighter, very strong, great ground game, wonderful fighter, wonderful young man.
I’m not a soothsayer or anything like that, but I’m kind of hoping and seeing a knockout in third round. That’s what I’m hoping for, but we’ll see. They’re both great fighters. They both deserve a lot of respect.
In some third-world countries, it’s considered a great honor to be called a ‘great kid’ by chefs that have the ability to thwart global acts of terrorism. This Steven Seagal, always delivering the advice. Props to him for evolving into the introverted social animal that he truly is.