Knocking Tyson Griffin out was thought to be impossible. Mortals simply can’t do it. If you ever wondered why Takanori Gomi was dubbed “The Fireball Kid”, refer to the right hook that served Tyson Griffin his first loss via hadoken. His first UFC win was so amazing that Japanese Manga author, Ken Wakui, has immortalized Takanori Gomi in his ‘Abaddon’ comic series.
In the Hebrew scriptures, Abaddon comes to mean “place of destruction,” or the realm of the dead, and is associated with Sheol.
The Christian scriptures contain the first known depiction of Abaddon as an individual entity instead of a place. In St. John’s Revelation 9:1-11, Abaddon is described as the king of the bottomless pit and of a plague of locusts that resemble war horses with crowned human faces and having women’s hair, lions’ teeth, locusts’ wings, and the tail of a scorpion. – Wikipedia
If that description isn’t the most gangsterish thing you read all day, you should probably just listen to DMX’s “Comin for ya” until you feel motivated to get up and lock your doors. All Gomi has to do now is calmly fight Frankie Edgar and win; Japan will respond by designing a turning this comic book into a CGI masterpiece and give Avatar a run for it’s Na’vi. [Source]