If my MMA math serves me right, Ryan Bader lost to Tito Ortiz who recently lost to Forrest Griffin at UFC 148. Alright, Forrest Griffin defeated Rampage Jackson at UFC 86 but then lost to Rashad Evans that same year. Lyoto Machida defeated Rashad Evans but then lost a split decision to Rampage Jackson at UFC 123. I was at Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament for the fight, so that must also be factored into the equation.
Alright, so let me get out my MMA calculator and figure this one out. Let’s see, carry the one…I end up getting this video over and over again. I think something went wrong in my calculations. I need to show my work. Also, can we finally admit the phrase ‘showing your work,’ was the most ridiculous notion from our childhood? If I have the answer, why do I need to show you how I arrived to it? If I order a filet mignon, I don’t expect the chef to ‘show me his work.’ Just give me the filet mignon, man, I’ll take your word for it. You don’t need to prove to me that my dinner is cooked correctly, it looks delicious. Just let me eat it.
Regardless of what my MMA math concludes, this video of Lyoto Machida dropping knowledge like he knocked over a rack of encyclopedias is kick ass. Check it out and don’t forget Lyoto Machida vs. Ryan Bader goes down this Saturday at UFC on FOX 4.