Which Non-fighting Career Would Each UFC Champion Have?
Each champion in the UFC seems so fit to fight, it's actually really hard to pick a career they would have besides MMA, boxing, or any other fight-related sport for that matter.
However, you can actually tell a lot about a fighter just looking at his style. He could be a brash fighter with little defense but much offense, or if he was a boring type of fighter, he'd probably get the job in the picture.
Point is, the particular style of a fighter can determine what he would do if he decided not to partake in any fighting sports whatsoever.
BJ Penn - Surfer
A surfer would be a perfect alternative to Penn if he wasn't an MMA fighter.
Penn is from Hawaii, which makes him 100 times more likely to be a surfer than anyone else. His calmness would help him "battle" the waves without getting too nervous, and he has always been a bit flashy in his fights.
Georges St. Pierre - Pimp
Ok, before I say anything, just imagine GSP in that outfit.
You know, his always polite and respectful demeanor can be a little deceiving at times. In reality, I think he has always wanted to express the inner pimp inside of him.
Scratch that. Heres proof.
Anderson Silva - Journalist
C'mon, isn't the picture proof enough?
Lyoto Machida- Monk
Lyoto Machida just seems perfect for this job. I don't know why, but I can definitely imagine Machida sitting in a temple praying to his Buddhist god and travelers around the world coming to him for guidance.
Also, I'd kinda want to see Machida bald.
Brock Lesnar - Bouncer
Brock is freakishly huge, strong, and short-tempered, and kind of a jerk. If you ask me, it was career meant to be. There's no doubting all of Brock's characteristics would be perfect for a bouncer.
The only problem is that he'd probably go off on a rant and lose his temper every time somebody got on his nerves.
Thanks for reading. Also, remember this is a humor article, so don't take anything too seriously.