The latest fight announcement for the upcoming boxing pay-per-view headlined by Anderson Silva taking on Jake Paul offers a delightful new twist with the former UFC fighter, middleweight Uriah Hall, set to be the one who delivers a knockout that makes you feel all gross inside about the continued brain trauma of its recipient, former NFL running back LeVeon Bell. Hall, a 28-fight mixed martial arts veteran, will square off against Bell, a two-time All-Pro in football, in a contest believed to be taking place inside of a boxing ring and not on a football field, with the aim of bludgeoning each other into unconsciousness, not hitting a dope stiff-arm and running away. The fight will be particularly pleasing to MMA fans who are also shitty Steeler fans who reveled in Bell’s career tailing off after a hold-out season in which the dynamic and game-changing back attempted to get a bigger contract on the silly belief that, in a short-lived career like football, it was important for him to secure his financial future while he still could to set himself up for a safe and enjoyably retirement.
Jake Paul Card to Feature UFC Veteran as Cause of Unnecessary Brain Trauma in Refreshing Twist on Classic
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