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(((Not sure if the first one sent, please ignore the duplicate))) It’s not uncommon for people willing to fight another man in a locked cage to have a little bit of a “wild side”, just ask undefeated mixed martial artist Lyle Beerbohm. A video posted for “No Submission” details his trials of addiction to methamphetamine. VIDEO: To most of us, methamphetamine is simply and excuse for early fireworks as you drive through unmarked country roads, watching “that” side of town try their hands at advanced chemistry. To Beerbohm, it was reason for incarceration. An episode of “The Ultimate Fighter” he saw in prison (a great choice of programming for individuals deemed too unstable for normal society) changed his life, and the rest is history. 14-0 to be exact. Fate would come full circle as everyone’s favorite TUF cast member, War Machine, would later occupy prison and entertain us with twitterings (twatterings?) about his gay cellmate ( Source

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Lyle Beerbohm talks about the time when he was a meth addict
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