The Great GSP/Johny Hendricks Mystery

The facts are thus: On Saturday night, champ Georges St. Pierre stepped into the Octagon against challenger Johny Hendricks to defend his belt for the umpteenth time. The two fought for five full rounds, with each round consisting of five minutes as mandated by the Unified Rules. After time expired, the judges – who are trained and licensed by the Nevada State Athletic Commission – rendered a split decision in favor on GSP, a decision which enabled him to retain the belt. Oh, and one last fact: St. Pierre took such a beating, he looked like he’d been slowly digested by a Sarlacc Pit for the last ten years and then abruptly spit out because he tasted too Canadian.
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Watch Dana White Lose His Damn Mind

UFC 167 was last night, and it was filled with all sorts of violent goodness, like Tyron Woodley snuffing out Josh Koscheck’s meager existence and Robbie Lawler laying some big sticks of dynamite on the tracks and derailing the Rory MacDonald hype-train something fierce. But the main event – which saw champ Georges St. Pierre take a hellacious beating at the hands of challenger Johny Hendricks, somehow steal a split decision, and half-assed retired afterwards… well, it’s enough to make our favorite bald-headed promoter go ballistic. Watch as he rages against the Nevada State Athletic Commission, GSP, space aliens and lost luggage!
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Rampage Gonna Rampage

In case you missed it – and you’re a damn fool if you did because, hey, free MMA – Bellator 108 was last night, and the marquee bout featured a dude who used to howl before and after his fights and be subject to insane amounts of racism when he fought in PRIDE. That’s right, I’m talking about Quinton “Rampage” Jackson (yeah, yeah, he used to be a UFC champ, too – so what?). Anyway, since Bellator’s ill-fated pay-per-view foray did not happen thanks to Tito Ortiz being decapitated, Rampage got to face another Octagon castoff in the form of Joey Beltran, and it went down something like this…
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