Move over, Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson and your raft of roguishly charming hijinks. Because despite your propensity for party crashing, methinks you'd be VIP at the UFC.
Not so these other hardscrabble fellows. There's no charm in these guys. They are all rogue.
At least that's the apparent position of UFC president Dana White. And he got upset recently when Tito Ortiz took to Twitter to rally an honorable if somewhat rag-tag team of outcasts—Expendables, if I may—to crash the UFC's upcoming 20th anniversary party, going down at UFC 167 this November.
Among those he worked to rally were former champions and longtime White antagonists Frank and Ken Shamrock, recent Bellator convert Quinton "Rampage" Jackson and multi-time UFC heavyweight and light heavyweight champion Randy Couture.
White responded to that little thread by calling Ortiz and Co. the Super Friends. And I think he was being facetious. He also said that Ortiz was "cheap" and "irrelevant" and that Ken Shamrock owed him money. Oh, and the UFC also just happened to cut Randy Couture's son Ryan just days after the exchange.
Wow. That's what I call scorching the Earth. And yet, it got me to thinking: Who else might White be none too pleased to see crashing the gates of his party? Let us take a look.