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If Fedor wasn’t considered the #1 fighter in the world (arguably), and if there wasn’t 3 other fighters I’d rather see him face off against, I wouldn’t mind the whole Fedor vs Hong Man Choi fight. As far as freakshows go, it’s a doozy. I’m not about to swallow any kind of hype for this fight, or doubt the outcome at all. But that doesn’t mean I won’t enjoy seeing Fedor cut down a giant and finish him off with ease.

From Sherdog:

White Chocolate Management (WCM) and its president, Reed Wallace, have filed a civil suit in New York State Supreme Court alleging UFC light heavyweight champion Quinton Jackson and his manager, Juanito Ibarra, are in breach of their contract with the Florida-based management and promotion company.

Wallace is asking for $10,000,000 in damages after being “forced into filing the lawsuit by Rampage’s manager Juanito Ibarra, who ‘bad mouthed'” WCM, according to a news release issued by the plaintiff on Thursday.

Well, we can’t have anyone ‘bad mouthing’ companies, can we? I remember first hearing about White Chocolate Management when they were claiming to represent Fedor and putting out press releases tooting their own horn about all the stuff they do. To me they just look like non-exclusive third parties that try to set up deals so they can take their own cut. Not that there’s anything wrong with that, but the whole ‘suing your own client’ thing seems a bit sketchy to me.

Yeah, I know I should have posted something up about there not being a show last week. But fuck, it was Christmas. And Comcast apparently fucks with Skype or something, which would explain why we couldn’t get that shit working while I was away in the states. Anyways, we’re gonna make it up to you tonight with the usual liveblogging you’ve come to love plus another special live episode of the Low Blow directly after the event.

So this is just a reminder: come by tonight for all your UFC needs! We’ve got your back, bro.

Mr Sunshine’s got another wicked interview, this time with the man we all love to hate, Tim Sylvia. The interview is full of golden moments, from the start where an obviously defensive Tim Sylvia threatens to leave if he doesn’t like the way the interview is going, and on to a discussion of Matt Hughes’ comments in his book.

I don’t know if it’s funny or heartbreaking when Tim Sylvia says “I personally believe that Matt Hughes is one of my best friends.” And then follows up later on in the interview with “I don’t care what the fans think, so long as I know who I am and who my true friends are.” Damn, man. Just damn.

Anyways, worth a listen. There’s probably about 10 laugh out loud moments in that interview. Then again, I might have just warmed up my funny muscle by watching the Harold and Kumar 2 preview (and if you haven’t seen this rated R version of the preview, you haven’t really seen the preview).

A lot of people gave Hong Man Choi shit for his terrible performance in the K1 World Grand Prix finals (myself included), but I wouldn’t be surprised if Choi just coasted through the loss to make sure he’d come out fit and able to fight Fedor on NYE. Looking at this vintage video of Hong Man Choi training gives me hope that he’ll be more than ready on NYE to face the #1 fighter in the world (arguably).

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