Perhaps one day in society we’ll treat our undead like any other creature and not label them by nationality. Chan Sung Jung should be considered ‘The Zombie,’ the guy doesn’t need the label of his country supporting his moniker. The Korean Zombie is more than just a Korean Zombie — he’s undead, blue, and he knows how to sell a boat load of MMA shirts. The Businessman Zombie is more like it. Now let’s hear Bruce Buffer say that the next time Jung is in the Octagon.
The Indiscriminate Country Zombie had an interview with BJPenn.com and reflected what a few of you already stated regarding Anthony Pettis: he hasn’t necessarily earned his place in the division yet.
Of course, who cares about the legitimacy of title fights anymore. Ranking means nothing. Nowadays it’s all about…well, we’re not sure what it’s about anymore. The general UFC title picture has been muddied by so many fighters coming off losses and getting instant title shots in weight divisions they’ve never competing in that the entire concept of a title fight is synonymous with the ‘super fights’ assembled back in Pride FC. They’re just fun to watch, but pose no real significance in the greater picture of the division.
First off, I feel kind of like Pettis “cut in line.”
It’s just that Pettis hasn’t really earned a place in the division yet. I think that Lamas, myself or even some other guys should’ve gotten the title shot before Pettis.
The Adept Businessman Zombie is indeed telling the truth. However, the truth means nothing anymore now that Michael Bay is butchering the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.