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Uriah Hall has learned it’s OK to fail and that there’s a lot of fake people in MMA

Uriah Hall has learned it’s OK to fail and that there’s a lot of fake people in MMA

A great way to check if someone is a fair weather Wu-Tang Clan fan is to ask what their favorite Wu album is. If they reply with ‘Enter the 36 Chambers,’ then it’s a clear indication they’re only listening to Wu because it was probably trending on Twitter a week ago or they heard it referenced on their favorite CW show. Any Wu-Tang aficionado will say the double-album ‘Forever’ was by far the greatest Wu-Tang Clan album the world has ever witnessed. Just based on the eclectic topics covered in the album and the way it was executed showed Wu was destined to carve a very unique path in hip-hop — a path that would be simply impossible to replicate.

But this article isn’t about my undying appreciation of Wu-Tang Clan. It’s about Uriah Hall. So perhaps you should watch this video of Hall talking about what he’s learned since his season of The Ultimate Fighter instead of reading my Wu fandom.

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