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Going through some old magazines I wrote for the other day and I came across quite a bit of hate mail that was sent my way. I guess when you give a dip-shit kid permission to say anything he wants in a public forum, some feathers are going to get ruffled. Homosexual feathers for the most part, since nearly every one of them called me a fag or some not too colorful derivation of it. “That fag Ty Robinson is a queer!”
I used to move people.
Many people have written Chael Sonnen off in his upcoming title fight against Jon Jones. I am among the many. But Chael is the only guy to give Anderson Silva a fight. Both times he faced the champion, Sonnen fought like no one else. He dominated for nearly five full rounds. In their second match up, he threw a spinning back-fist at the best fighter in the world and got knocked out for his trouble, but only after proving he could take Silva down and pound on him again.
People have cried foul at Sonnen talking his way in to a title shot at 205—and to be sure, that’s exactly what he did—but Sonnen’s unparalleled ability to sell a fight only slightly eclipses his actual fighting ability, a fact that too few are taking in to consideration.
Sonnen probably won’t beat Jones, but he has the guts and skill set to bring a fight to the champ. That much you can guarantee.
There were some great moments tonight at UFC 155. However, they were all over shadowed by judge Adalaide Boyd scoring the Melvin Guillard vs. Jamie Varner fight 30-27 in favor of Guillard. That is an absolute sham and the Nevada State Athletic Commission should be mortified to have appointed her a judge in a professional MMA contest. Email them here: firstname.lastname@example.org if you agree.