Brock Lesnar vs. Junior dos Santos: TUF 13 on Spike TV—Here Comes Chuckie
Chuck O'Neil's up for his turn in the spotlight and he doesn't disappoint—hombre is a character with a touch of an accent that produces a roughneck effect. Don't know if I'm signing on to his ability in the cage because he was hyping Charlie Rader pretty massively only to be left holding the bag, so to speak.
That's probably not a terribly accurate barometer to use when assessing a competitor, but it's all I've got other than clips of practice.
Lesnar calls Zach Davis a "klutz" for what it's worth. I suppose it's possible for an aspiring professional athlete to also be a klutz, but it doesn't seem likely.
Both men promise the win and to bring their best and yada, yada, yada.
It's getting to the point where my eyes glaze over at the very mention of a hype reel—they usually say the same things with the same conviction so what's the use?
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