Looks like everyone is getting on the bandwagon right now…

After seeing the main event at UFC Halifax last night, a few things are very clear. Firstly, and perhaps most importantly, Mario Yamasaki should not be refereeing fights. Watching as he allowed Travis Browne to be pummelled in to a light coma was not good.

Secondly, Derrick Lewis is both a monster in the octagon, and a bit of a fiend outside the cage. Following his win he called out Ronda Rousey’s ‘fine ass’ on the mic. The moment was swiftly deleted from the UFC’s Youtube version of the interview.

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The Knockout Wasn’t The Only Cold Moment

Following his epic troll of Rousey on the mic, Lewis returned his focus to Browne. Having already ripped ‘Hapa’ for domestic violence allegations, ‘Black Beast’ mocked his rival for being KO’d in Halifax.

Lewis would post the following image of Browne’s soul leaving his body, but Ronda’s ex-boyfriend Brendan Schaub has chimed in this past week. Details below.

As If That Wasn’t Enough

Former UFC heavyweight and ex-boyfriend of ‘Rowdy,’ Brendan Schaub ripped Browne too. Having shared a rivalry of his own with ‘Hapa,’ Schaub appeared on Sirius XM to discuss the big Hawaiian.

“I think obviously something is going on with Edmond, not in a positive way. He’s so athletic, and with his size he gives guys a lot of problems, then he came out and said he was still with Edmond. I’m like ‘dude, what are you doing?’ It doesn’t make sense that he’s staying there, it’s just a nightmare.”

“Travis has every tool in the book to beat Derrick Lewis, this should be an easy fight. Look at guys careers when USADA kicked in. It could be that, it could be the horrible training at Glendale, it could be the Werdum fight. Cain Velasquez made him look very not-elite. Maybe he just doesn’t have the fire anymore. It’s time to start thinking about other things, maybe get Ronda pregnant or figure it out from there.”

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