The main events of UFC 130 and 131 have left many people feeling a little bummed.
Instead of seeing the third war between Frankie Edgar and Gray Maynard, we are now treated to Quinton Jackson vs Matt Hamill as the main event of UFC 130.
With no disrespect directed towards either of those fighters, Jackson vs Hamill just doesn't have the pizazz of Edgar vs Maynard.
Instead of seeing if Brock Lesnar can claw his way back to the top of the UFC's heavyweight division, we now have Shane Carwin and Junior dos Santos fighting for the chance to take on current champion Cain Velasquez.
Zuffa can't be happy with this, because it is a guarantee that 131's pay-per-view buy rates will drop by more than half.
During these trying times MMA fans are dealing with, what is better than a little humor to cheer everyone up?
After much searching, here are a few videos that should put a smile on your face.
During the weigh-ins for UFC 84, Tito Ortiz decided to make a statement regarding his feelings for his boss before his fight against Lyoto Machida.
Poor Tito. Didn't he realize that he had it backwards all along?
Here is a little hint for all you up-and-coming fighters out there—kissing your opponent before a match is not a good idea. It will never lead to anything positive.
If you have any doubts, just ask Yoshihiro Nakao. I have a feeling he's still feeling the effects of what happened to him, even though it happened over six years ago.
What is there left to be said about this?
As if the opening photo didn't raise some suspicion about the fighter formally known as the Nightmare, this really doesn't help his cause.
But all jokes aside, this video has became viral among MMA fans.
Also, you have to admit that Sanchez yelling "YES!" before slamming his opponent to the mat is pretty cool.
For years, Mike Goldberg has been doing play-by-play along side Joe Rogan.
Thankfully for Goldberg, he has Rogan there to cover his butt when he messes up.
Everyone fails on the mic once in a while, but Goldie seems to abuse the privilege of failing. You have to hear the best, or worst, of Goldberg for yourself.
The Diaz brothers are notorious for being extremely tough to interview. Or maybe too much blame is put on the interviewers.
From all the interviews floating around out there, it seems that the Diaz bros just plain suck at doing interviews. The poor guy conducting this interview found out the hard way.
World Fight Products was given three minutes to interview the younger of the Diaz boys. This just has to be watched to be appreciated.
David Gardner was super excited to take on Shinya Aoki at Dream 7. He was also very happy to be fighting in front of the very respectful Japanese MMA fans.
During the fight, Gardner took some time to tell all the fans "hello." In retrospect, maybe he should have said hi either before or after the fight.
Before their much anticipated bout at UFC 40, Ken Shamrock and Tito Ortiz were part of many press conferences to hype up the event.
During this particular conference, Ken just made an ass out of himself, and Tito was sure to let him know about his mess-up.
"Whatcha gonna do when Lawlormania runs wild all over you?"
Oh brotha, Tom Lawlor's entrance before his fight against Aaron Simpson was the most epic of all epic ring entrances ever.
This one could rival some of the best offerings from the Hulkster.
This is the greatest UFC commentary from Joe Rogan ever.