Vegas is over

Let me just start off by saying everything that happened during UFC 100 weekened did not go as planned. That’s necessarily not a bad thing, but when you’re in the presence of such a force that is UFC 100…everything sort of falls apart. My night in Vegas ended with Clay Guida and I scooping the last jumbo shrimp in the Mandalay Bay buffet. Just down the buffet aisle near the carvery area was Thiago Alves asking the chef if he can get a bigger slice of roast beef. I shared a buffet line with guys that I incessantly idolize in articles, interviews and whatever else we can create. 

The reason why things didnt go as planned this weekend is because I was just in a constant state of awe. Everywhere I turned, there was a guy that has the ability to break my arm 82 places just by thinking about it. It was a great time and I’m sure a large portion of the UFC world knows that exists. Just about to board my plane out of here so look for updates sometime tomorrow afternoon. Don’t worry, will be back to its normal updates.

Published on July 13, 2009 at 5:31 am
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