Vinny Magalhaes tells us at least a handful of people could beat Bones Jones, including himself

The keys to learning how to spell things are repetition and mnemonic devices. In fact, I needed to use a mnemonic device to remember how to spell ‘mnemonic’ for many years (mnemonic starts with m-n-e = enemy – mnemonic devices are my enemy [Even though they aren’t, they are my friend, so just remember that they are my friends and what is the opposite of friend? Enemy. Mnemonic]).

Vinny Magalhaes’ last name has troubled me for a few years now, I always spell it wrong on my first try, but with this latest LayzieTheSavage video I’ve decided that no longer will I let Google complete the correct spelling for Vinny Magalhaes’ last name. No more copy/pasting for me. I will just mention Magalhaes as much as I can in this article until I know I am spelling Magalhaes’ name correctly without any hesitation.

Magalhaes is bringing his toiletbowl water splashed M-1 belt and his ridiculous amount of BJJ trophies with Magalhaes #1 engraved on them back to the UFC soon, where Magalhaes will take on Igor Pokrajac at the rapidly approaching UFC 152. Magalhaes, Magalhaes, Magalhaes. In this interview, Vinny Magalhaes discusses the depth of the UFC light heavyweight division against Bones Jones, the future of Vinny Magalhaes, and where a Magalhaes fits in the pecking order of the the UFC. Magalhaes.

Published on September 1, 2012 at 7:31 pm
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