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A drunk Sakurai is the BEST Sakurai

A drunk Sakurai is the BEST Sakurai

Sakurai got drunk and started throwing stuff at people. There, now you share something in common with Mach Sakurai. You can’t really say that you’ve defeated Caol Uno in your MMA debut or brag about how you’ve beaten Joachim Hansen, Frank Trigg, Jens Pulver and Shinya Aoki (twice). The only life path you’ve led similar to Mach Sakurai is getting completely drunk, chucking cups of beer at people then laugh immediately afterward.

In a boxing match over the weekend, Mach Sakurai and his buds were throwing cups of crunk juice inside the ring during the bout. They were eventually kicked out by the promoter but the wildest part of all this is that your boy, Ryo Chonan was in Sakurai’s ‘Let’s get drunk and start throwing stuff’ gang.

If you’re not familiar wiith Ryo Chonan, dude was really the last guy who beat Anderson Silva. He caught him with an insane flying scissor heel hook that had Silva smacking the mat immediately. We can’t really count Yushin Okami’s victory over Anderson Silva because it came by way of disqualification from an illegal kick in the first round (dude didn’t even get a warning). When we interviewed King Mo he told us that when he trains with Ryo Chonan, he calls him Okama-san. Apparently Okama-San means ‘Mr.Gay’ and King Mo told us that’s a big insult in Japanese culture. At the end of the interview, King Mo also gave a shout-out to his boy Daywalker in the DFW area. I asked King Mo if we saw Daywalker at UFC 103 what should we tell him. He simply said ‘Tell him to start training’.

According to a Japanese MMA website that I will never be able to read, Sakuari’s crew caused ruckus at Dream 11 and probably will continue to since no one wants to be that guy to tap Mach on his shoulder and calmly take his Bud Light away from him. [Source]

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