Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) staged one of its most exciting pay-per-view (PPV) events of the year last Sat. night (Nov. 2, 2019) in New York City, and even the fights that did not end in violent finishes — like this one — were action packed from start to finish.
Well, most of them.
The middleweight co-main event between Darren Till, which ended by way of split decision in favor of the Englishman, featured a much slower tempo in what proved to be more of a chess match than a bar fight, and some of the spoiled UFC 244 attendees got a little restless.
As punishment, they should be forced to “jump off a bridge.”
That’s according to coach Fabricio Itte, the mastermind behind the rise of former middleweight champion, Robert Whittaker. Because anyone with an opinion different than his should have their genitals lopped off and thrown into the nearest river.
“Tell me that fight wasn’t entertaining,“ Itte said about Till vs. Gastelum. “Mate, if you’re part of the two percent who thought that fight wasn't a good fight, or any of these fights, especially the main card, you should not breed. You should not have children. You should be sterilized. You should be kept away from people. That’s my opinion.”
This was an important fight for the 185-pound weight class and there’s a pretty good chance Whittaker, who coughed up his strap to Israel Adesanya at UFC 243 last month in Australia, will have to fight either Till or Gastelum in the very near future.
Hopefully I’ll heal from my castration in time to see it.