Knuckle Up's Eugene S. Robinson goes mobile again in his most disjointed show to date (and that's saying A LOT) wherein he details the parameters of the hardest job in MMA (Joe Silva's), the possibly sad depression era spectacle of whatever the hell Ken Shamrock's doing to put food on the table and shock at another card biting (possibly) the dust.
The misery sister and host of KNUCKLE UP EUGENE S. ROBINSON buckling under the weight of the altogether psychotic response to #477's rumor of the UFC sales, gives a little more unsubstantiated yet credible follow-up in brief. Add to this the most disjointed show ever, recorded in four different segments hastily edited together and haphazardly filmed. Which is exactly what you get for FREE. And on top of that a serviceable impression of MATT RIDDLE who indeed MUST be high, KEN SHAMROCK readying for his "what the HELL are you doing?" moment, the trials and tribulations of ST. JOE SILVA and a bunch of other stuff that will, no doubt, continue to generate mewling and feckless emails about how he just "rambles" and "makes no sense," to which Robinson says as usual, and we quote, "the Pope smokes the dope the Pope smokes."
And of course his favorite and pithy, "sausages are good food."
Eugene S. Robinson host of Knuckle Up and author of Fight: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Ass-Kicking but Were Afraid You'd Get Your Ass Kicked for Asking [Harper Collins], as well as A LONG SLOW SCREW has a play that's JUST OUT NOW, published by SOUTHERN called THE INIMITABLE SOUNDS OF LOVE; A THREESOME IN FOUR ACTS. You may not like plays but we may not like you for not liking plays. So it evens out.
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