This fight just reminded me that I have to check up on all the other freakshow fighters I like to follow.
The Pudz won a fight earlier this month. Bobby Lashley got signed to a new organization, is fighting TBA. Ruben Villareal lost to Tommy Saur and then some other guy. Bob Sapp is still on a hardcore fight throwing streak and has another fight scheduled for December. James Thompson's doing nothing (Except his blog thing, which is pretty good). Rodney King is dead, no mention of any other boxing matches. Wes Sims lost a fight in June by heel hook. Ray Mercer is probably done. Butterbean hasn't done anything I don't know about. Sean McCorkle transitioned to wrestling and is anticipated to be a jobber. Brian Heden (McCorkle's last opponent, whom Heden defeated) won another fighter. Maurice Smith's second comeback fight was cancelled. Houston Alexander lost to some guy in a KSW title fight in Poland. Gabe Ruediger lost a couple of fights this year. Dan Severn won one this year following two consecutive knockouts in 2011 (He has three knockout loses total in his career). Cal Worsham won two following his loss to Severn last year.
I'll take a break now.
Kimbo's latest can, the laziest one yet. (skip to 2:15)
His cousin is more impressive at everything in my opinion
"Dr. Rhadi Bullard Ferguson (April 3, 1975 - ) is an Bahamian American mixed martial arts trainer, strength and conditioning coach, motivational speaker, and black belt in judo and Brazilian jiu-jitsu."
Ferguson attended and graduated from Richard Montgomery High School in Rockville, Maryland in 1992. From 1992 to 1997 Ferguson attended Howard University in Washington, DC on a football scholarship and also was one of only a few students in the history of the school to play 3 sports (Football, Wrestling, and Track). Ferguson graduated with a bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering and later in 2002 received his Master of Arts in Teaching degree (M.A.T.) with a 4.0 GPA from the university. In 2009, he received his Ph.D. in education with a 4.0 GPA from Capella University. While at Howard University he became a member of the Omega Psi Phi fraternity.
Ferguson made his professional MMA debut in August 2010 and won his first two bouts via TKO in the first round.
Ferguson made his Strikeforce debut at Strikeforce Challengers: Woodley vs. Saffiedine on January 7, 2011, competing in the light heavyweight division. He was originally scheduled to face Moldovan wrestler Ion Cherdivara, but visa issues forced him off the card with John Richard stepping in as a late replacement. Ferguson defeated Richard by submission (Kneebar) at 2:00 in round 2."
Yeah academics and martial arts for the winz
I love how Howard Jones is also called Canny "The Can" McCann. He should be sponsored by Heinz.