Don Frye Presents 'Predator's Predictions' for UFC 170

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One of the most outspoken pioneers of mixed martial arts, Don Frye, has released his third installment of his "Predator's Predictions" series for UFC 170 next week. 

However, anyone who watched Frye's predictions for UFC 168, an event that was also headlined by women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey, is aware the 48-year-old isn't a big fan of females fighting inside the cage. 

Therefore, it should probably come as little surprise that the UFC 8 and Ultimate Ultimate 96 Tournaments didn't actually bother to give any fight predictions this time around. 

"Let's get some cold beer, some hard liquor, some takeout food and get ready for some high quality violence," Frye said to the camera. "For all the athletes of the US of A, over there in Russia for the Olympics, bring us back some gold." 

From there, as one can see for his or herself, the video gets pretty interesting from there, to say the least. 

"High quality violence? Who writes this s--t? You, you're fired. Get your little notebook and get out of here. Run! Look, if I'm gonna see Ronda Rousey slap an armbar on somebody I could watch any of her last eight fights. I'm going to Mexico to go hunting on my ranch and have some fun."

Frye then cocks a shotgun and begins to walk off screen as he screams "You! Come here!" A shot is then fired and the screen fades to a technical difficulties type of screen for a few seconds. 

"I'll be back to do 171...if there's men fighting," Frye clarifies for his fans.

UFC 170 features Rousey fighting fellow Olympic medalist Sara McMann, who also enters the title tilt with an unblemished record inside the cage (7-0).

According to the UFC's official rankings, McMann is the no. 4 women's bantamweight in the world.  

Also on the event's main card are three intriguing welterweight matches that pit Robert Whittaker against Stephen Thompson, Mike Pyle against TJ Waldburger and Rory MacDonald vs. Demian Maia.

A light heavyweight bout between Daniel Cormier and newcomer Patrick Cummins will serve as the co-main event of the evening this Saturday night at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. 

 

John Heinis is a featured columnist for Bleacher Report. He is also the MMA editor for eDraft.com.

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