In Round #395 KNUCKLE UP host, noted hysteric, and man with the golden arm EUGENE S. ROBINSON [with the "S" standing for "SlowRide"], on another relatively dead, MMA-less weekend serves up a counterpoint to last week's downbeat combat sport treatise with a flip side skip that touches on The Violence and The Sacred, Rene Girard's philosophy of sacrificial crisis, the normative roles of gender decision-making and why fist-fighting is good for all, assorted and sundry. Add to this an interview with HECTOR "EL MATADOR" FAJARDO, a first-time MMA competitor who is NOT a journalist and some weird scenes inside the ANDERSON SILVA/GSP/JOSE ALDO/CHAD MENDES/CHRIS WEIDMAN goldmine and you have a show, another one, to watch while drunk. Or drinking. Or bamboozling someone whose been drinking and is drunk.
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], A LONG SLOW SCREW [Robotic Boot] and a play called THE INIMITABLE SOUNDS OF LOVE; A THREESOME IN FOUR ACTS [Southern] also sings for a band called OXBOW and appeared in Bill Cosby's Leonard Part 6, a Miller Genuine Draft commercial, and had his own TV show in Germany called? "The Eugene Robinson Show."
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And he apparently needs more questions for his SEX COLUMN