In a move that can only be described as just the latest piece of incontrovertible evidence that he is nothing more than a paper champion, three-time defending UFC Bantamweight Champion Aljamain Sterling doesn’t want to defend his belt before a racist, baying Boston Garden. The fans in Boston, often cited as the most racist fanbase to play in front of by athletes playing both for and against Boston’s teams, may now have to find a new target for their boos and jeers if the scaredy-cat Sterling doesn’t want to fight there just because it doesn’t “align with his schedule” for returning to the Octagon. Sterling is expected to defend his belt against “Suga” Sean O’Malley, a vastly superior fighter who will expose the many flaws in Sterling’s game or a bum-ass scrub who Sterling should have handled more easily if he was any good, pending the results of their contest.
Black Champion Oddly Resistant to Defending Belt in Front of Nation’s Most Famously Racist Fans
Who wouldn’t rush back to fight for them?