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Watch Jason High rock the MiddleEasy monster on Titan Fighting Championships on HDNet

Watch Jason High rock the MiddleEasy monster on Titan Fighting Championships on HDNet

Jason High officially broke the curse of the Middleeasy monster on Dec 31, 2010, when he emblazoned it on his shorts and won his fight against Hayato Sakurai. We weren’t sure if it was just fantasy or if the curse had really been completely broken, so our main man Dzilla decided to take the red monster to a whole new level last week by ushering it inside the UFC octagon at UFC Fight for the Troops 2. After Dzilla utterly dominated and destroyed (like every true monster should) Mike Guyman with a literally back busting body triangle, we are now confident the curse has been broken. We’re sorry Melvin Manhoef, we didn’t know that Zeus had peeped a Hoodoo root doctor’s daughter during one of his drunken late night looks into the Arizona State college sorority house windows.

We now create the monster with a mix of High John the conqueror oil, Neosporin and red food dye #4, which has shown to be the recipe that breaks the curse and gives the red monster back its destructive forces. It looks like our addition of neosporin to the mix has also given the big red monster some X-men Wolverine-esque regeneration and healing powers to its wearers because Jason High is fighting again! That’s less than a month after his Dream victory! Amazing.

You can watch Jason (aka KCBandit on twitter) fight against Rudy Bears on the Titan Fighting Championship 16 card this Friday on HDNet at 10pm EST. The TFC 16 will air eight fights including Jason’s and the Tim Sylvia vs Abe Wagner fight live from High’s hometown of Kansas City Missouri. Its rumored that Titan might announce recently signed Phil Baroni’s next bout tomorrow night as well.

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