Although I haven’t seen the first episode of last night’s debut of Bellator’s ‘Fight Master,’ I’m still firm in my belief that Eric Bradley will be the winner of the entire reality show. The guy looks like he should be a member of MGMT and he fights like — well he has a 5-1 record, 4-0 as a welterweight. The guy is legit, and if you want to follow his antics on Twitter, hit him up at @EricBradleyMMA.
Damn, that’s a hell of an endorsement for a guy that I’ve only hung out with twice in my life. If my predictions are wrong, then feel free to endlessly ridicule me in the comment section when (if) he loses a fight.
In the meantime, it’s time for me to put my phone on mute, ignore emails, and stare at my computer monitor to watch this first episode of Bellator’s ‘Fight Master.’ Basically what I’m trying to say is today will be like any other day on MiddleEasy for me. All of this radiation can’t be good — at the very least I should be able to shoot webs from my hands by now. Check out the episode after the jump.
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