They must be feeding seismic waves to those guys at Blackhouse. The entire United Arab Emirates are still rocking from the after-shock of Mark Munoz’s ground and pound. It’s safe to say that (aside from Shane Carwin), that was perhaps the rawest, most brutal display of ground and pound we’ve ever seen in UFC. If Mark Munoz moves to 205 and faces Bone Jones, humanity will see the world’s first man-made impact crater. I’m guessing it would look a little bit like this, but with Harley Davidson and Xyience banners surrounding the edges.
Munoz also trains with Team Thirsty member, King Mo. Technically, that makes Munoz an honorary member of perhaps the most elusive fraternity in MMA (Lyoto Machida can’t even get in). Props to Munoz on a devastating TKO of Kendall Grove and for making UFC 112 start with a nuclear explosion.