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A Lesson in Street MMA: Always use your head

UFC Sweden came to an end and Siyar Bahadurzada’s incredible performance that still has me jumping up and down on my shag rug. It has been at least an hour and I’m still bouncing. If I was wearing a sauna suit, I’d probably have lost enough weight to compete at flyweight by now. In retrospect, all of Siyar Bahaduzada’s recent fights have gotten the same reaction out of me. If he fought every week, I’d never have to cut-weight or do cardio. I could just watch him fight and do all my exercise by celebrating his victories. It’s the right way to use my head. Below is this weekend’s edition of a lesson in Street MMA, which demonstrates the wrong way to use your head in the context of a fight. Please watch it and quiver in squeamish excitement upon its conclusion.

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