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The Bellator PPV post-fight press conference was wrapped in confusion and mystery

The Bellator PPV post-fight press conference was wrapped in confusion and mystery

The Bellator 120 post-fight press conference is in 2008 what I imagined MMA would be like in 2014 if a worm hole sucked our galactic timeline to some parallel universe in which Rampage Jackson and Tito Ortiz fought for some weird MMA organization that uses circular cages instead of Octagons.

If you placed a $100 parlay on all the underdogs on the main card at Bellator PPV, you would have netted a cool $37,815. Now just think about all the ignorant things you could have done with that amount of money. You could have bought fifteen 20-pound chocolate Lionel Richie heads and adorned your apartment with them. The possibilities are endless, but unfortunately you didn’t believe in the absurdity that was the Bellator PPV card to drop money on it. Everything that wasn’t supposed to happen did — Bellator is quantum-physics MMA, the future of the sport.

Although you probably caught the card last night, your viewing experience isn’t over until you watch the complete Bellator post-fight presser. It’s worth it.

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