When UFC on ESPN 1 opens up, people will try to sell it to you as a great accomplishment. They'll say "look how far the UFC has come." Dana White will be on camera grinning, having accomplished his dream. Dana will get credit for classing up the sport, for taking the sport from the Indian reservations and backyards into the arenas, for getting the sport back on Pay-Per-View. It is all a lie.
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The continuation of a series that no one, outside of me and maybe Cheick Kongo, has any interest in: A complete retrospective of The Darkness' career.
5 Rounds is an unsolicited collection of ideas and takes on mostly current MMA stuff. There's some more historical stuff and some "what about this guy in there" that you've come to know in there too.
A guy like Jake Shields was never going to carry a promotion on his back or move tickets, it wan't in him. But, he got to the level, for one night, and lost to one of the best, which in a way, is his crowning achievement.