No words. As a MMA play-by-play man it's one thing to be a lovable sound-bite-robot like Mike Goldberg but it's another thing entirely to be unprepared or disinterested in MMA announcing like Bill Goldberg; or in this case new Rizin play-by-play guy Chris Cordeiro. If you stayed up for the entire seven to ten hour broadcast of Rizin's card over the weekend, you may have caught snippets of Cordeiro's horrible commentary. Cordeiro fell asleep at the wheel and filled the entire broadcast with bad MMA takes, blatantly mispronounced names, a ton of sexist comments directed at female fighters and overall a ton of mistakes. "Her cuteness is probably what elevated her to main event status," Chris Cordeiro says of Rena Kubota. You are an idiot, sir.— Robert Sargent (@MMARising) October 15, 2017 Chris Cordeiro has so far pronounced Yamato Fujita's first name as "Yamoto" and "Yamamoto," and the fight hasn't even begun yet.— Robert Sargent (@MMARising) October 15, 2017 Chris Cordeiro says that Sakuraba and Shamrock are "not that far past their prime." Yeah, only 10+ years. It's like yesterday, man.— Robert Sargent (@MMARising) October 15, 2017 We're heading into Fight #13 on this card and Chris Cordeiro still doesn't know the name of the promotion he's commentating for.— Robert Sargent (@MMARising) October 15, 2017 Chris Cordeiro is still calling Rizin "Rizzin" and just referred to the scarf hold position as "scaffold." Good times here.— Robert Sargent (@MMARising) October 15, 2017 "For 43 years old, Miyu Yamamoto doesn't look bad for a female. Females don't tend to age well." - Chris Cordeiro, Rizin FF commentator— Robert Sargent (@MMARising) October 15, 2017 Public service announcement in the general direction of whomever is in charge of Rizin's English announce team: Anthony Birchak was awesome and you can do better than whatever mouth vomit Cordeiro spewed on Sunday morning. Literally anyone off the streets would have done a better job. H\/T to @MMARising for doing the Fight Lord's work and documenting some of Cordeiro's screw-ups.