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Knuckle Up #392: the Dickensian tale of two UFCs, 4-somes, sobbing, the horror of fight purgatory + more

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Bloody Elbow's literary gunslinger Eugene S. Robinson lends his "one"-of-a-"kind" perspective to the terrible wonderful explosion of MMA misery and greatness from this past weekend's UFC doubleheader. Complete with a shakedown breakdown of where ROSS PEARSON and SHOGUN might find themselves on this fine Monday, as well as a completely unnecessary and possibly gratuitous detour into outré sex practices, MARIO YAMAZAKI's ridiculous hand gestures and, oh yeah, Nazis.

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In Round #392 the amazing iron man, defender of the pee world and KNUCKLE UP host EUGENE S. ROBINSON [with the "S" standing for "Su-Su-Sussudio"] does a comparative study of Friday and Saturday's UFC divining the deal that was the misery of parts of one with the joy of another, as well as an explanation of Lost Battalions, Purgatory, and other assorted fates much, much worse than fight death.
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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