Joe Warren is the self-styled "most dangerous man in the world." Before his March fight with Pat Curran, Bellator's featherweight champ made sure everyone knew he felt that way. He worked the microphones and basically did that thing he's done so many times before—that Chael-Sonnen-before-Chael-Sonnen-was-Chael-Sonnen thing.
However, after Bellator 60, it looks like Warren should focus a little more on the walk and a little less on the talk.
I realize the smack is all in good fun, fits the armchair public relations theories of the day, and so on. I don't begrudge Warren's right or ability to do it. However, I also don't begrudge Pat Curran's right or ability to stop Warren's mouth with a fist or two and a knee or six.
In other words, I enjoyed Curran's vicious and belt-winning knockout for the same reason I enjoyed Warren's smack (even if the stoppage was fairly late). In fact, one probably enhanced the other. Great times all around.