UFC 100 HD PPV: Dana White, What The Heck?

Margus LCorrespondent IJuly 13, 2009

CULVER CITY, CA - DECEMBER 14:  UFC president Dana White speaks onstage at Spike TV's 2008 'Video Game Awards' held at Sony Pictures' Studios on December 14, 2008 in Culver City, California.  (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images for Spike TV)

Since I finally managed to write an article which offended BR open-source standards - you will now have pleasure reading my watered-down perspective on UFC 100 PPV which I have organized into 3 sections: The Good, The Bad, and The Freaking Ugly.

The Good:

Alan Belcher's off the wall superman punch (had to find one good freaking thing in this fight, right?)

Dan Henderson's one punch KO - freaking awesome if you ask me!

Georges St. Pierre five round dominance over Thiagu Alves - sweet, sweet fantasy points for me ;)

Brock Lesnar's mauling of Mir, plus - flipping off the booing crowd was priceless!

The Bad:

Akiyama doing next to nothing for 3 rounds (I guess I can't expect much from a guy that has name where last part of it means in my home language nonsense/rubbish).

Referee not stopping Dan Henderson in time and avoiding a shot while Bisping was out - am I the only person in planet who thinks that referee needs to stop a fight and not the fighter?

Brock Lesnar talking trash to Frank Mir after finishing him. Brock, next time: please don't kick a man while he is down, ok?

Jon Fitch on the main card.

The Freaking Ugly:

Alan Belcher getting robbed. Though I don't care much about decisions - I still think a man should get a W when he earned it.

Making Brock Lesnar apologize and drink that pisswater called Bud Light.

And finally question for Mr. Dana "F***ing" White: Why the heck do I need to read about all the good stuff that happened in UFC 100 in latimes story? I could clearly see all the blood that was spilled in the beginning of the PPV, but why-o-why Dana, did you scrounge us from seeing those bloody awesome fights?

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