Wanderlei Silva looks ready to defend Middle Earth again

Like Froddo made the mistake of giving the ring to Sam in Lord of the Rings, now Bisping will have to battle for Middle Earth against the only human being that could pass for the leader of battalion of orcs…and it all goes down in Australia. Fighting in Oz could be the greatest honor any axe murderer has ever received. His camp decided to film Wandy preparing for UFC 110 and check out Karl Amoussou pretend like his spleen didn’t just pop out of his torso when he takes those knees from Wandy. [Source]

Orcs around Middle Earth finally have a reason to celebrate again. After taking over Pensacola last week, Wanderlei Silva is just one step closer to his pursuit of a full scale planetary conquest when he will meet Michael Bisping at UFC 105. Some of you are probably wondering how I nabbed that picture of Wanderlei Silva as a normal human kid. The photo was taken just before his transfiguration that led him to be the lovable Lord of the Rings orc that we’ve all come to know and love (and run away from when you unexpectedly see him on TV).

Both of them are coming off a rough lost (Bisping a little bit rougher) so it’s only necessary for Wanderlei Silva to utilize his army of Orcs to the fullest. Maybe he can take that key the mayor of Pensacola gave him to unlock the rooms of a couple of LaQuinta Inns so that they all will have a place to crash. Who knows man. Wanderlei Silva left human logic years ago. The guy commincates by clanging battle axes together and through nasal grunts. Wanderlei Silva is the closest thing we have to a real life end boss on Double Dragon. Bisping vs. Silva, another method UFC has found to snatch $59.95 out of my pocket (Sorry Ayesha at The Gentlemen’s Club, you will have to find someone else to buy your baby formula that week). [Source]

Published on January 25, 2010 at 3:52 pm
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