Welcome to Team MiddleEasy Juan Adams. There's something about the water in Houston that makes MMA heavyweights say wild shit. Look Derrick Lewis can't fight every month, so Juan Adams is now our new favorite Texan in the UFC. In case you missed the early prelims for UFC on Fox 30-something this weekend, Adams stole the show. Not only did the undefeated heavyweight out of Houston bludgeon Chris De La Rocha (Zack's cousin?) but he gave the best post-fight interview of the night. Without blinking or missing a beat, Adams preached about Big D**k Energy to Jon Anik. H-Town stand-up. It's takes a certain type of human being to become a pro MMA fighter. The 26-year-old Adams went 4-0 as an amateur and is now a 5-0 pro after making his UFC debut on Saturday. Being a MMA pro is cool and all but then one level above that is being a pro MMA heavyweight. That heavyweight life is just completely different. Heavyweights have grown up their entire lives being the biggest dude on the block. Then they get locked up in a cage with other dudes who grown up being the biggest dudes in their crew. Who's toughest, scariest dude in the world? Just look over to the roster of MMA heavyweights throughout the years. 99% of the humans would get waxed by MMA fighters from bantamweight to light heavyweight but if you run into a heavyweight in a dark alley? You're just peace-ing out. Thanks, but no thanks on going heads up with a six foot five 265 pounds plus heavyweight. In 2019, hopefully Juan Adams can preach to us about the gospel of Big D**k Energy and why MMA heavyweights are the best. Bless up and hallelujah to BDE.