The only fighter in MMA history who consistently wore sunglasses indoors and continued unequivocal dominance was Cyborg Santos, but her career has been overshadowed by drug tests that yielded results positive for anabolic steroids. King Mo is in the exact same position in addition to succumbing to a staph infection that nearly led to the amputation of one of his legs. Even Melvin Guillard’s dominance over the 155lb division has caught up with him as he lost to two sequential fights where he was the betting favorite with the exact same rear naked choke submission. Perhaps people will continue to insist that these things are just some sort of funky coincidence; that the sunglasses had nothing to do with it, but you would be naive to think that. Wearing sunglasses indoors ends careers in MMA. At this point, it’s not a hypothesis. You can try to argue a case for why any man, woman, or cyborg would need to wear sunglasses indoors, but I’ll just turn my back and walk away while you’re mid-sentence. I don’t care why you do it, it’s silly, and it makes you look as foolish as this guy interviewing “Stitch” Duran – one of the best cut-men in the industry while he discusses the bloodiest fight he has ever worked, and how Dana White refuses to release the video.